Master of Laws in Public International Law
The Master’s programme in Public International Law aims at deepensing students’ knowledge and skills inof international law and provides direct insights into the activities of the United Nations and other international organizations. With the Master’s degree, students acquire the ability to perform demanding legal tasks in the global environment, working for national and supranational authorities, non-governmental organizations, international courts as well as other dispute resolution mechanisms.
The programme is conducted in cooperation with the United Nations Institute for Training and Research – UNITAR). Headquartered in Geneva, Switzerland, UNITAR is the official training arm of the United Nations thus adding a strong practical focus to the programme.
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