Master of Intellectual Property Law (MIPL) at IGNOU School of Law - Admission 2011
Intellectual Property is the product of human mind-anything that you can create - a creative work, a scientific invention, and the name of your business- is intellectual property. Intellectual property is the foundation on which modern business and industry functions.
The Master of Intellectual Property law from IGNOU- School of Law, develop in partnership with the Queensland University of Technology, Australia provides in-depth training in intellectual property law. The programme covers:
Who aspire to acquire the skills and knowledge required to be instrumental is promoting growth in an increasingly knowledge-driven society.
The curriculum has been designed by an Expert Committee, constituted of leading academicians from the IGNOU-School of Law panel and others such as Professor Kamal Puri from the QUT, who have established international reputations in the field. Students who join the MIPL with an LL.B. degree, after successful completing six subjects in the first yea of the MIPL would have the option to proceed to QUT to study four subjects in one semester of the QUT Master of Laws To study at QUT students would be required to meet the Australian English Language and visa requirements and would be subject to the standard fee, rules and regulations application to international students.
Objectives: The objectives of this programme are to:
- develop knowledge, awareness in Intellectual Property Rights;
- develop expertise and practical skills in the area of Intellectual Property;
- create deeper knowledge and conceptual clarity in the contemporary areas of intellectual property; and
- create a cadre of Intellectual Property lawyers and supporting professionals to engage with the institutions and regulatory bodies.
Admissions are going on right now for the batch of July, 2011 of MIPL. This is the fourth batch of the M.I.P.L. The programme is currently being undertaken by candidates from over 90 cities across India and includes executives from companies like Infosys, Ranbaxy, Wipro, TCS, and more. While professionals from both legal and non-legal backgrounds will be benefitted from such a program, lawyers have an added option of completing their LL.M. from Q.U.T., Australia in 6 months, following enrolment in this programme.
The last date of admission in the MIPL this year is July 31, 2011. In order to get further details, readers are requested to send their queries at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call the organizers of MIPL at 011-32928063 or checkout the website at www.ignouonline.ac.in.