Advanced Courses

Advanced Level

The trapca advanced level, which is also known as level 500 has a total of ten independent advanced courses. These independent advanced Level courses may lead to either a Postgraduate Diploma in International Trade Policy and Trade Law, Advanced Level; or to a Master of Science Degree in International Trade Policy and Trade Law. Courses on offer during a particular year are published at the beginning of each year in the trapca Prospectus available at trapca’s website.

The list of the advanced courses includes:

  • TRP 501: Economic Foundations of Trade and Trade Policy
  • TRP 502: Legal Foundations of Trade and Trade Policy
  • TRP 503: Tools of Trade Policy Analysis
  • TRP 504: Trade in Services
  • TRP 505: Trade Related Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPS)
  • TRP 506: Competition Law and Policy
  • TRP 507: Trade Facilitation and regional integration
  • TRP 508: Sectoral Trade Policies and Development
  • TRP 509: Drafting and Interpretation of Trade Agreements
  • TRP 510: International Trade Negotiations

Duration and Entry Requirements

The advanced courses are offered through a two-week on-site learning and off-site pre-session and post-session assignments each corresponding to two weeks learning activities.

The admission to the trapca’s advanced level courses is conditional upon a successful completion of trapca’s MSc Pre-requiste Courses or the following three Intermediate courses TRP 301, TRP 302 and TRP 303.

 

The Award: Post-Graduate Diploma in International Trade Policy and Trade Law, Advanced Level.

To qualify for the award of the Postgraduate Diploma in International Trade Policy and Trade Law, Advanced Level; a candidate shall be required to pass two core advanced courses and three elective advanced courses.

The core courses are:

TRP 501: Economic Foundations of Trade and Trade Policy.

TRP 502: Legal Foundations of Trade and Trade Policy.

The elective courses are from TRP 504 to TRP 510.