The programme is taught over 24 months and includes at least three mobility periods.
The degree-awarding partners are the University of Glasgow, Institut Barcelona d’Estudis Internacionals, the University of Tartu, Radboud University, Leuphana University of Luneburg and the Université libre de Bruxelles.
- Semester 1 (year 1): University of Glasgow (to study international law of global security, peace & development)
- Semester 2: Institut Barcelona d’Estudis Internacionals (to study international relations and politics).
- Semester 3 (year 2): you will select one of the semester 3 partners, which offer thematic study track options:
- Radboud University has 2 study tracks: i. International and European law advanced; ii. Human rights and migration
- University of Tartu: International law and human rights
- Leuphana University of Luneburg: International economics, sustainability and governance
- Université libre de Bruxelles: Peace and security, security and conflict
- Semester 4: you will remain at your semester 3 location to write your dissertation. Supervisor allocation will be based on staff subject background and research interests.
The pedagogical design of this programme will expose you to a broad range of teaching, learning and assessment formats including lectures, discussion-oriented seminars, work placements, project-based teamwork, law clinics, moot court exercises, e-learning, dissertation, written assignments and exams and oral presentations.
Please note that courses offered vary from year to year and modules are subject to cancellation.