School of Professional Skills and Development

MCL have creative courses for learners to acquire skills.Professional skills are career competencies that often are not taught (or acquired) as part of the coursework required to earn your Masters,Bachelors or PhD. Professional skills such as leadership, mentoring, project management, and conflict resolution are value-added skills essentia.


Analytical skills,Communication skills,Computer skills,Conceptual skills,Creative thinking skills,Critical thinking skills,Decision-making skills,Employability skills,Interpersonal skills,Management skills,Marketing skills,Organizational skills,Problem-solving skills,Project management skills,Soft skills and hard skills,Teamwork skills,Technical skills,Time management skills,Transferable skills

Skills are your natural talents and the abilities you develop to perform a task or job. Life skills help you deal effectively with daily tasks in all areas of life while job skills build your professional know-how and help you perform work duties well. Skills can be divided into soft skills, hard skills, domain-specific skills, and general skills.

Professional Skills Diploma Level 7

 Criminal Investigations Financial Crimes and Security

MCL has designed skills courses for investigator and legal advisor the legal skills are legal knowledge which is essential and key components for any investigator or investigations the two skills are combined in this course learner will undertake studies to acquire skills for active listening, questioning. interviewing, funnelling, summarising and note-taking. Possess techniques to manage an effective investigation interview, including how to interview relevant witnesses, assets tracing money laundering corporate structure , cyber crimes hacking devices security and legal procedures.This Course has been designed by MCL and endorse by awrding bodies in UK

The course team themselves have had extensive experience of the criminal justice system and psychological practice, providing students with personal insights gained through first-hand experience.


Corporate Governance – Principles and Practices

The aim of this unit is to develop learners’ understanding, knowledge, and skills relating to the role of governing body, principles of corporate governance, various models and theories affecting corporate governance development, management functions, development of governance codes, principles and benefits of good governance.

Cyber Law security and investigation

Cyber Security: What is ‘Hacking’?
Cyber Attack Methods
Computer and Data Use : Laws and Regulations

The need for companies to maintain vigilance and security

Law of Financial Crimes

This unit aims to introduce learners to knowledge, ability and critical understanding of compliance requirements in the financial services and market, fraud, corruption, money laundering, terrorism, and theft laws. Learners will be introduced to current debates, theories and legal practices in the law of financial crimes such as statutory framework in the financial services regulations and capital market, fraud and theft act, and criminal law regulations

Digital Investigations and Forensics

Unit describes and explains how to conduct investigations with cyber-enabled equipment, including on public-internet-facing networks, or other network environments. Much evidence is lost or ruled inadmissible within courts and tribunal environments because it has been mishandled and corrupted (or could have been) by investigators, or those with a perceived chain of custody over the data. Moreover, in a planet of several billion cyber-enabled devices, but few qualified cyber investigators, it is now the case that many organisations have to manage part or all of a cyber incident investigation, because the national CERT or police/security agencies are otherwise prioritised.
In this unit learners will examine the requirements for digital investigations including team formations and tools, understanding the prospects of recovering information, gathering evidential data (including from mobile and IoT devices), safeguarding evidential integrity, as well as the complexity and challenges of storing and presenting evidence within legal environments.

Criminal Litigation

Practice  Prodecure and Evidence

Police/Agencies power ,arrest and search warrents



Optional Modules

Student can chose the optional modules according to speacialization

Core units

  • Contemporary Debates in Crime, Culture and Society
  • Criminological Research Methods & Skills 2
  • Crime Scene to Court: Criminal Evidence and Procedure
  • Critical Issues and Professional Practice in Criminal Investigation
  • The Social Individual
  • The Psychology of Crime

Research Project

Critical analysis the Portfolio of cases and or investigations

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Durational Fast Track – Six Months
This is a vocational type of qualification at a higher education level, fully validated by OFQUL and accredited by QUALIFI – regulatory bodies in the UK . (Offered through our Associate Partners)

This qualification has been developed for learners to develop legal skills and knowledge in international business law. It provides students with an understanding of law in the context of business to equip them with abilities needed to work with advance issues.


International Trade Law
Commercial Trust Law
Industrial and Intellectual Property Law
Law of Financial Crime
Company Law
Legal Research
Corporate Governance, Principles and Practice

Optional Modules

Digitals Investigations and Forensics
Pakistan Constitutional law
Civil and Criminal Procedure


Duration : Fast Track 6 Months

If you have completed the Legal Practice Course, the Bar professional training course, or you have been admitted as an advocate in your jurisdiction, approved by the Solicitors Regulations Authority for registered foreign lawyers (RFL) status, you may be eligible to apply for the LL.M legal practice top up.

This programme gives you a professional legal practice degree needed to become an advocate of the High Court of Pakistan, at the same time as achieving a Masters qualification recognised internationally.

Studying the LL.M in legal practice gives you the opportunity to investigate areas of particular interest in detail when you produce your dissertation.

You will be supported by experienced lawyers and tutors with face to face lectures/seminars and 24/7 access to materials online.

• Assignment
• Essays
• Presentation
• Case Study
• Portfolio of Work
• Dissertation
• Examination

MCL offers students flexible studies which means students can complete the LL.M degree within six months to one year. MCL offers face to face study and tuition by qualified tutors with 24/7 online access to the course materials


Applicants must be admitted as advocates of the High Court of Pakistan (and/or) their home jurisdiction with experience and good standing in the field they wish to research and produce a dissertation. Applicants must be committed to delivering outstanding research which makes a differences in society.

English IELTS level 6 is required (unless the applicant’s degree was taught in English)


Students will have to pay the registration fees of the UK University and the tuition fees of MCL. These are available upon request.

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