Sept 2017 UK/EU/Full-time £9,660 Sept 2017 International £12,480
07 December 2016
Students study the core module Current Issues and Research in International Law and have an unrestricted choice for the three option modules from existing modules such as International Refugee Law, Globalisation, International Environmental Law, Islamic Legal Theories, International Human Rights, Law of the World Trade Organisation, International Criminal Law, Regulation of Transnational Corporations, Minority Rights under International Law and Islam and Human Rights. Candidates take one core and chose three option modules and write a dissertation approved by the Dissertation committee.
Graduates of this degree can look to the expanding market and professional choices available in this field. A wide range of career paths exists, including working in the legal sector, the public sector and government, developmental agencies, journalism and advocacy.
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