The International Law Department is a high level and diverse academic community strongly engaged in the issues of theory, policy and practice that arise in international law and relations today. It offers a unique graduate education in international law with a wide variety of courses at both the master's and doctoral level.
We offer well-rounded legal-curricula to ensure our students acquire the substantive knowledge and skills they need to become outstanding international lawyers. Students benefit from an unrivalled student-faculty ratio, one of the world’s broadest course-offerings in international law and exposure to international legal practice in Geneva.
- Small classes and seminars
- An interdisciplinary approach and multicultural environment
- Full range of international law specialties and programmes
In Memory of Vera Gowlland-Debbas