Master in International Law
The Master in International Law is a two year programme that provides in-depth training in international law. It allows students to gain access, subject to certain conditions, to the Ph.D. in International Law.
The Master in International Law requires intensive work at an advanced level in the field of international law, and familiarisation with at least one other discipline (anthropology/sociology of development, international economics, international history and politics or international relations).
The degree programme comprises compulsory courses, optional seminars and the writing of an original research dissertation in the the second year.
The Master in International Law sets out to provide participants with the tools and approaches necessary for a rigorous analysis of contemporary international legal problems.
For more information on the requirements for the Master in International Law, see the links below regarding admission requirements, courses offered and programme rules.
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