LLM in International Law and Global Governance
International Law is extending forcefully into our everyday politics, economics, and societies - having an impact on international organizations, regimes, tribunals, courts, corporations, NGOs and, even, terrorist threats. The curriculum provides expertise across the three core areas of international law: (1) International Law and International Relations; (2) Human Rights and Human Security; and (3) Global Sustainability and Environmental Law. You can tailor your specialization(s) to match your career aims.
Why the master International Law and Global Governance in Tilburg?
- Tilburg Law School is conveniently situated right between two of Europe's most important legal and political centers -The Hague and Brussels-, making it the ideal place to study international law
- Join a truly international student body and regularly work with fellow students from all over the world in international teams, participating in discussions and presenting your ideas on legal concepts and issues.
- Top scholars teach from the forefront of legal research; All teachers on the program are highly qualified and enthusiastic academics with additional expertise emanating from their connections to international legal practice.
The masters in International Law and Global Governance comprises a minimum of 60 ECTS:
- 2 compulsory courses (12 ECTS)
- 6 elective courses (30 ECTS)
- Master's thesis (12 ECTS)
Start of program
- End of August
- End of January
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Last updated May 3, 2018