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IIEM offers a Diploma Programme in Private and Public International Law. This is a Four Month Distance Education Programme which is primarily designed to disseminate knowledge on various International laws. The course is useful for professionals and individuals working across borders. It covers aspects of Private and Public International laws, in addition to Jurisprudence, Intellectual Property rights and Environmental Laws. The aim of this course is to provide a working knowledge and awareness for individuals about laws which may be interpreted differently across nations. The course has been prepared with inputs from Mr Anil K. Nair, Advocate of the High court of Kerala.

The Approach

The Students are introduced to a collection of Private and Public International Law systems. In addition to this, Jurisprudence is also offered to enable the student to understand legal decisions better. Furthermore, other International laws which transcends borders like Intellectual Property Rights and Environmental laws are covered in this course.

Detailed Syllabus

There are FIVE COMPULSORY PAPERS for this course

Subject Name Subject Type Credits
A.Private International Law Compulsory 100 Marks
B. Public International law
Compulsory 100 Marks
C.Jurisprudence Compulsory 100 Marks
D.Intellectual Property Rights Compulsory 100 Marks
E.Environmental Law Compulsory 100 Marks


Study Material

The course content for Private and Public International Law has been prepared with inputs from Mr Anil K. Nair, Advocate of the High Court of Kerala. The Study material consists of five subjects, each of which has to be thoroughly understood to understand the applicability of laws across borders. The course provides a foundation to understand the vast number of international laws which regulate legal decisions across nations.


Dispatch Of Study Material

Printed study material prepared by the Institute will be made available to the students. The study material will be despatched to you in 2 sets. The first set will be despatched immediately after the last date of receipt of filled application form and fee. Subsequent sets will be despatched at intervals of approximately 30 days.
All material including Certificates and Mark sheets will be despatched by Courier / Registered Post / Express Parcel Service depending on where the student is from.
Rarely, due to postal mishaps, it may so happen that a parcel may not reach the student in time. Any such delay in receipt of the study materials is to be informed to the Institute, whereon a duplicate set will be despatched immediately.

Answering Students Queries

The content in the study material is presented in simple language with utmost clarity and is self-explanatory. In case, however, you have any requirement to seek clarifications on any aspect, you should write to the Institute. Clarifications to such queries would be provided by the Institute at the earliest after receipt of such letters from the students.
For any other clarifications, doubts or administrative problems regarding the conduct of the course,
students can write to:

“The Director,
Indian Institute of Export Management,
P.B. No. 7531,
New Thippsandra,
Bangalore – 560075.”
clearly super scribing “Doubts” or “Problems” on the envelope so the institute can take immediate action.

Address/Change Of Address

It is imperative that the students fill the “Address for Communication” columns given in the Application form with utmost care. This is the same address, which will be used for despatching the study material. Candidates are, therefore, advised to write their address clearly in BLOCK LETTERS. Care must be taken to see that the address is complete in all aspects and that the pin code of the post office is given. It has been our experience that most cases of materials not reaching the students in time have been due to incomplete or faulty address.

Further, any student who changes his/her address during the period of the course must ensure that the new address is intimated well in advance to the Institute along with the date of change of address. This will eliminate the possibility of the course material being sent to the old address after the student has left the place.


Any student who has passed 10+2 / equivalent can do this course by correspondence study.