Target group

  • Graduates aiming to use a sound legal training for an international career.
  • Graduates who want to deepen their knowledge in international criminal or economic law, investment arbitration, or dispute settlement, also in connection with human rights.
  • Professionals with extensive practical legal experience wishing to extend their theoretical understanding in international law.

Admission requirements

  • Candidates with already suitable experience and holding a law degree such as: JD, LL.B., or LL.M., or a degree with a substantial component in international law from a recognized tertiary institution.
  • Non-native speakers and applicants whose first law degree program was not taught in English are required to provide a proof of advanced English language proficiency (TOEFL, IELTS, Cambridge Certificate).