Master in International Law

The Master in International Law provides students with the skills and knowledge necessary for rigorous analysis of contemporary international legal issues. It couples a solid background in the main areas of international law (international law-making, international dispute settlement, private international law, history and philosophy of law) with advanced training in one or more specialised areas (including trade and investment law, international criminal law, international protection of human rights, environmental law, territorial disputes and international law theory).

PhD in International Law

The PhD in International Law offers high-level specialisation and training in both the theoretical and practical aspects of international law. The programme prepares doctoral students for either academic and research careers or for executive high-ranking positions in the public or private sectors. Besides working closely with a world-renowned faculty, students attend courses and seminars that cover a wide range of subjects in international law with an unrivalled student-to-faculty ratio.

Courses open to students from other disciplines