You’ll develop transferable skills such as critically evaluating, problem-solving, and working collaboratively to apply your knowledge of Public International Law in today’s continuously expanding globalised world.
A Bachelors Honours degree with 2:2 in any subject
International entry requirements:
If English is not your first language you´ll need IELTS (Academic) 6.0 with a minimum of 5.5 in each component of writing, speaking, listening and reading.
Learn about the nature and theories of international law, including organisations as well as specialist option units to tailor your interests
Enhance your career prospects in the legal profession, for government agencies, NGO’s, professional services, or in academia
Examine litigation efforts before numerous international courts and tribunals to enhance your understanding of the application and interpretation of international legal provisions
Benefit from a unique blend of delivery including guest lectures, electronic learning, lectures, and seminars
Learn from qualified professional practitioners and senior academic staff.
Principles of International Law & International Organisations: this unit will provide you with a sound grounding in the principles underpinning international law. You’ll be encouraged to understand theory of international law, structures of international legal obligations and the subjects of this international legal order. Secondly, you’ll examine international organisations and their role, purpose and relationship with states. You’ll familiarise yourself with institutions, their origins and structures as well as challenges faced within the globalised world.
International Criminal Law & Justice: You’ll be encouraged to review the law in light of developments at international criminal justice institutions, most notably the International Criminal Court, but also within the wider framework of international human rights law and international humanitarian law. You will gain an awareness and knowledge of international criminal law and procedures whilst being mindful of the demands of Realpolitikin the quest for justice.
International Human Rights Law: This unit will provide you with an understanding of the substantive content of international human rights law and a critical appreciation of the relationship between international and regional human rights law. To enable you to evaluate the effectiveness of international law in regulating conduct in terms of human rights compliance and how this compliance is enforced.
Dissertation: The dissertation provides an opportunity to conduct research on an area of law associated with the knowledge and skills gained during the course. You’ll develop further skills in critical thinking, evaluate new and existing relevant research and enhance your conceptual understanding of law.
Roles our graduates have gone on to include:
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