Master of Laws (LL.M) IN CYBER LAW

The Cyber Law specialisation within UTM’s Master’s course addresses the dual impact of technological advancements on the business environment and legal system. It offers professionals comprehensive knowledge and analytical skills to navigate this rapidly changing sector. This innovative programme caters to cyber legal practitioners, NGOs, and global tech professionals, fostering a diverse and collaborative learning environment. Prior legal qualifications aren’t necessary, and geographical restrictions don’t apply, ensuring a varied cohort. Benefiting from UTM’s strong legal network and experienced faculty, students explore contemporary legal studies, enhancing their careers in various sectors of Cyber Law, from corporate to public organisations. The LLM programme in Mauritius is a unique postgraduate offering that explores the intersection of law and technology in the realm of Cyber Law. It equips students with comprehensive legal and technical knowledge to establish responsive programs, policies, and legal frameworks in the expanding field of Cyber Law. The programme highlights both the advantages and obstacles presented by Information and Communications Technologies (ICTs) in society, addressing how to harness their benefits while regulating associated challenges through legal means.


13 Lessons2 years Part Time


Fundamentals of Cyber Law
Emerging Trends in Cyber, Space, and Telecoms: Regulations, Threats, and Global Impact
Ethics and Professional Standards
Intellectual Property Law
Cybercrimes and Cybersecurity
Legal Aspects related to Emerging Technologies
Navigating Legal Aspects in Electronic Business and Public Key Infrastructure (PKI)
Data and Information Privacy Law
Internet and Telecommunication Regulation
Internet Censorship and Global Surveillance
Legal Research Methods
Software Development & Licensing Agreements