Master European and International Law

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  • Objectives
    This degree covers the increasingly complicated and specialised subjects of European Union and International Law. The course comprises the study of internal and external aspects of the European Union, and in particular considers the current legal status of the EU within the international legal community and in relation to other international legal institutions. The course is contemporary and political in emphasis and is informed by the assumption that European and international law must always be understood within its cultural and economic context.
  • Entry requirements
    Normally a good second-class degree. This course will be of particular interest to those seeking in-depth legal knowledge of the European Union in a global context. Applications are equally welcome from graduates in law or related disciplines from the UK, European jurisdictions or non-EU countries.
  • Academic title
    LLM European and International Law
  • Course description
    Course structure
    The course is composed of nine modules, four core modules, two options and a triple-module dissertation.

    The core modules are:

    -Parameters of European Union Law
    -European Union Public Law and International Relations
    -International Legal Institutions
    -Legal Research Methodology

    Options include:

    -Law and War
    -Critical Legal Theory in International Law
    -Human Rights and the International Order
    -History and Theory of Human Rights
    -Human Rights in International and UK Law
    -Human Rights and Refugee Law
    -European Company Law
    -European Intellectual Property Law

    You may choose to take one module from another part of the University's postgraduate provision as a free module in place of one of these options.

    Assessment methods include coursework, projects, examinations, and a 15,000-word dissertation.

    Career opportunities
    This will be of benefit to anyone wishing to develop a specialist knowledge of European Union and international law issues. Progress is possible to an MPhil or PhD.

    Attendance & duration
    -Full-time (day/eve): one year, three evenings or equivalent per week
    -Part-time (day/eve): two evenings or equivalent per week

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