With globalisation international law is becoming increasingly important and this course prepares you for your future career in the international arena. Our LLM is one of the oldest and most popular courses in international law in London. It attracts students from every nationality and background, not only those who have previously studied law, but also those with a degree in political science, international relations, economics or other relevant discipline. This creates a uniquely vibrant and stimulating learning environment in which to study international Law.
The LLM International Law is linked to our Research Group, International Law at Westminster, which regularly organises public events on topical issues: we recently organised panels and conferences on nuclear proliferation, torture, and citizenship deprivation. We encourage all our students to get involved in the activities of the center so that they can build contacts with leading professionals. Our location, just off Regent Street also puts you within easy reach of all the main legal and political insitutions and organisations giving you fantastic networking opportunities.
Every year, the Oxford University Press Prize is awarded to the best LLM International Law student.
The course will enhance your understanding of the key principles of public international law, the main developments within the public international law framework and the process of globalisation and its significance for international law.
The following modules are indicative of what you will study on this course.
Core modules -DISSERTATION -PUBLIC INTERNATIONAL LAW
Option modules* -INTERNATIONAL AND EUROPEAN REFUGEE LAW -INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AND CLIMATE CHANGE LAW -INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS LAW -INTERNATIONAL HUMANITARIAN LAW -INTERNATIONAL LAW AND DEVELOPMENT -INTERNATIONAL LAW OF THE SEA -PEACEFUL SETTLEMENT OF INTERNATIONAL DISPUTES -RESEARCH THEORY AND PRACTICE -UNITED NATIONS LAW -INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL LAW
On completion of the course, you will be able to specialise in a wide range of careers or academia. Graduates have worked for organisations such as Amnesty International, the United Nations, or in legal departments within international organisations and governments. There are also opportunities for further research or teaching.
You should hold a good Second Class Honours degree (or equivalent from a non-UK institution), with an average of 55 per cent or above in Law, Social Science, International Relations or a related subject. Applicants who lack standard qualifications but have significant professional experience in the relevant field or related professional qualifications may be considered. If your first language is not English, you will need an IELTS score of 6.5 or equivalent.
12 July 2017
Recipient: University of Westminster
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