Master of Laws in International and European Law (International and Human Rights Law)

The LLM in International and Human Rights Law is an exciting new programme tailored for students seeking to specialise in the field of public international and human rights law. This specialist LLM provides the students with a solid basis in the form of carefully preselected mandatory course units on human rights and migration law as well as on international public law and sustainable development. At the same time, the curriculum leaves room for the students to choose among many electives in accordance with their career priorities so as to gain expertise on various contemporary topical issues of international and human rights law.

Subsequent Master's Programme
1 year 60 credits
Faculty of Law and Criminology
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