This Masters programme will admit students for the 2024/2025 academic year.
Allowing students the choice between broad or specialised themes of study, the International and European Law programme prepares students for professional careers in international organisations, private law firms, public and private institutions and academia. Students are able to tailor their own experience with courses from several tracks offered, including Public International and Human Rights Law, European Union Law and Policy, Transborder Commercial Law, and Law and Finance.
The International and European Law programme is available as a one year academic programme.
Masters' programmes brochure is available here in pdf format