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  International Law and Development LLM


University of Nottingham    School of Law

Full time & Part time September LLM Full-time: 12 months | Part-time: 24 months
Law (22)

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Embark on a transformative academic journey with the International Law and Development LLM at the University of Nottingham. This prestigious programme delves into the intricate challenges faced by developing nations, encompassing economic growth, human rights, poverty alleviation, and healthcare and education enhancements. By exploring the influence of legal standards and international regulations, you will gain profound insights into aiding developing states in achieving their developmental aspirations. Tailor your learning experience with a diverse range of specialist modules, guided by esteemed experts actively shaping human rights policies globally. The course culminates in a dissertation, offering personalised guidance to craft a compelling research project. With a minimum 90 credits of specialist modules and a 60-credit dissertation, you will acquire a comprehensive understanding of international law and development. To qualify, a 2:1 degree (or international equivalent) in law, humanities, or social sciences is required. Elevate your career prospects and make a lasting impact with this esteemed LLM programme.

About the course

Our International Law and Development LLM focuses on the difficulties that many developing states face in terms of economic growth, but also in relation to human rights, fighting poverty levels, and improving health and education standards.

The impact of legal standards and international rules in helping developing states achieve their developmental aims has generated increasing interest from legal scholars and practitioners alike. This area has been given new impetus by the launch of the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals. You will develop an in-depth knowledge of these issues.

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Entry Requirements

2:1 (or international equivalent) in law, humanities or social sciences


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