- Price: £13,000
- Level: Master
- Category: Law
- Awarded by: University of Huddersfield
In a competitive job market, a Master’s Degree can help you stand out from the crowd. Studying for the International Law LLM will enable you to engage in deeper study and engage in critical discourse in the legal subject area. This course is ideal for those who want to work for international organisations, NGOs and governments.
The course includes modules on Public and Private International Law, Legal Research Methods, and a dissertation module. There are also several optional modules, such as Global Intellectual Property Rights, International Criminal Law, and the Law and Practice of International Trade.
You will receive a structured induction programme preparing you for the demands of the course. Methods of teaching, learning and assessment are designed to enable you to acquire the knowledge, skills and competencies required by the course. This reflects both the varying nature of the material studied and your different learning styles and strengths. You will be required to complete a dissertation on a subject of your choice and are assigned a dissertation supervisor.
Graduates include lawyers and civil servants in countries such as the Gambia, Nigeria, Vietnam, Thailand, Kazakhstan and the UAE. Examples of dissertations submitted by students in this area include; ‘A critical appraisal of the international legal framework for nuclear disarmament’, ‘The principles of sovereignty and national self-determination in international law’, ‘The doctrine of self-defence under the UN Charter and under customary international law’, as well as topics relating to international criminal law.
The course also provides an ideal foundation for those intending to pursue PhDs.
Entry Requirement: Bachelor Degree
Course Duration: 1 year full-time 2 years part-time