LLM International Law
Start Date: September
|Application Deadline:||Applies to:|
|July 31||All Students
|Admission Decisions released: September|
Course Language: English
LLB/JD or equivalent law degree,
Non-law graduate degree where the subject area is a substantial element
|Tuition fee:||Applies to :|
|GBP 7000||Domestic Students|
|GBP 15000||International Students|
|GBP 7000||EU Students|
Scholarships available for: All Students
What the school says:
International law is a dynamic subject which has to respond to real world problems. It directly affects States but is increasingly a matter of concern for public and private international and national organisations and individuals. Given contemporary and future global problems – for example, protecting human rights and security and the conservation of resources – the significance of international law is growing in a multipolar world.
This programme will enhance your understanding and challenge preconceptions of the complex legal and political nature of international law-making and governance and explore the often competing concepts that infuse the subject of international law.
You’ll investigate and apply the theories, principles and rules of international law to novel problems, real-world and hypothetical scenarios, and examine the rules, legal and political bodies such as the Security Council and the International Court of Justice and underlying policies governing international law.
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