We offer programme options within international public law, international criminal and humanitarian law, international economic law, international environmental and energy law and human rights.
During the last 50 years, public international law has become diversified. Evolving from an initial focus on inter-state relations, public international law increasingly addresses the consequences of globalization and the necessity of protecting general and common international interests. As a result, students are called upon to contemplate the rights and duties of individuals, private actors, non-governmental organisations and international organisations, as well as states.
The master's programme seeks to reflect a broader perspective by introducing five main programme options (specialisations).
- Human Rights
- International Criminal and Humanitarian Law
- International Environment and Energy Law
- International Trade, Investment and Commercial Law
- Public International Law