|institute||University of Groningen|
|diploma||International Law and the Law of International Organizations|
|program duration||12 months|
|credits (ECTS)||60 EC|
International Law and the Law of International OrganizationsWas the United States' invasion of Iraq legal? What does membership of the WTO mean for China? And what role do international organizations play in these matters? Find out in this programme.
In this one-year Master's degree programme you will broaden and strengthen your knowledge of international law and the law of international organizations. The programme covers all aspects of public international law.
As a student of this degree you enjoy great freedom to design your own programme. You can choose from a wide range of optional courses in International Law, such as Economic Law, Peace and Security, Environmental Law and Humanitarian Law. Moreover, there are 35 courses in other areas of law from which you can choose, including Comparative Law and Sociology of Law. The services of some of the most important international law institutions are available to you in this programme. These institutions reside in the Netherlands and include the International Court of Justice, the Yugoslavia Tribunal and the International Law Library of the Peace Palace.
In addition, you can do a specialization in Human Rights. For more information about this specialization, please check http://www.rug.nl/rechten/education/international-programmes/llm/il/requirements/ilhr/
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|Admissions Office & Study Advisors|
International Office, Faculty of Law
unique characteristicsThis programme covers all aspects of public international law and offers a lot of freedom to shape the programme to your interests, either very broad or specific. Depending on where you plan to work, the programme can easily be adapted to your needs. As the list of optional courses of this programme shows, there is a wide range of courses as optional courses to choose from.
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number of students
|33||students follow this program|
|64%||of which is female|
|21||freshmen started in 2011|
|43%||of which is female|
|27455||students at the University of Groningen|
|53%||of which is female|
|instruction language||100% en|
|modes of instruction||35% self study|
|contact hours||10 uur per week|
|faculty||faculty of Law|
literature study, oral presentation, research, excursion, lecture, group discussion, individual assignment, self study, seminar
study guidanceIf you come across questions with regard to your programme, study progress, your way of studying, personal circumstances, etc, you can go to the International Office for guidance. All discussed in these conversations is treated confidentially.
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specialization Human RightsMay you attack a church during armed conflict if a sniper is hiding in a tower? What rights do Turkish nationals have when they are tortured in a Venezuelan prison? Find out in this specialization.
In this one-year Master's programme you will become an expert in Human Rights. The programme is a specialization of the Master degree in International Law and the Law of International Organizations. It is a specialization in the broadest sense, covering all aspects of Human Rights.
Human Rights are not recognized everywhere, nor are they interpreted the same way in all countries. In fact, there are several Human Rights' systems in place. Sometimes victims and their lawyers have to decide which system to choose to find their justice. This is the field you will deal with.
You will take courses such as International Human Rights and Humanitarian Law, International Institutional Law and Refugee and Asylum Law. You will enjoy great freedom to design your own programme, being able to choose from a wide range of optional courses.
The services of some of the most important international law institutions will be available to you. These institutions reside in the Netherlands and include the International Court of Justice, the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia and the International Law Library of the Peace Palace.
|Besides one compulsory course and the compulsory seminar, students have to pick four course out of a selected list of public international law courses plus one optional course. This gives students the opportunity to shape the programme to their needs. Like all masters, this programme is also concluded by writing a Master's thesis, worth 18 ECTS. |
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|China Programme (CSC)||The scholarship programme is designed for good quality Chinese students who want to study or do research in the Netherlands for an academic year either during or after their studies in China. The main purpose of the China Programme is the exchange of talented Chinese and Dutch students.|
|StuNed Scholarships||StuNed Scholarships for Master studies, short courses and customized training programmes are available for Indonesian professionals with at least two years work experience in a development-related organization.|
|Fulbright/ NAF||The Fulbright Center is a bi-national, non-profit organization established by international agreement between the United States of America and the Kingdom of The Netherlands. It promotes educational co-operation and provides information on study, research and internships in the United States.|
|Ford Foundation/Ford-IFP||The Ford Foundation International Fellowships Program (Ford-IFP) provides opportunities to exceptional individuals for advanced study. If you are a resident of an eligible IFP country and would like to study in Europe, Nuffic can act as a placement partner for you.|
|Libertas Support Fund||The aim of the Libertas Support Fund is to assist politically engaged students who for political reasons have been prevented from studying in their countries of origin to continue their studies in the Netherlands.|
|FFELP Stafford||Loans are no longer being made under this program. All new loans will be made under the Direct Loan program.|
|Colfuturo||Students from Columbia can apply for this scholarship through their website.|
|Jean Monnet||Jean Monnet Scholarship Programme, which has been implemented for 20 years and aims to support Turkey's administrative capacity building efforts for the effective implementation of the EU acquis, is the most prestigious scholarship programme in Turkey.|
|Alban Scholarship||The Alban Scholarship programme aims at the reinforcement of the European Union-Latin America cooperation in the area of Higher Education.|
* for postgraduate studies.
* for specialization studies at any of the eligible recognised organizations of Higher Training (companies included).
|Orange Tulip Scholarship Programme Taiwan||The Orange Tulip Scholarship Programme supports promising Taiwanese graduates and young professionals intending to pursue postgraduate degree programmes at a Dutch higher education institution.|
|Becas Chile Scholarship||This program is aimed to improve Chileâ€™s global competitiveness by strengthening its human capital development and improving the scope and quality of education, scientific & technological research and innovation.|
|Eric Bleumink Fund||Scholarship programme for students/researchers from developing countries.|
The Fund awards several types of scholarships to talented students, researchers and university staff from the developing world, in order they can follow further education partly in Groningen and partly in their own country.
|Orange Tulip Scholarship - Mexico||The Orange Tulip Scholarship is a special programme for excellent Mexican students. Various higher education institutions and companies support outstanding Mexican students financially to be able to study in Holland.|
|Orange Tulip Scholarship South Korea|
|Talent Grants: Partial Scholarship Law|
Admission and costs
Program start and application deadlines
|1 September 2014||admission deadline : 1 June 2014 (EU)|