LLM International Law (Conflict, Security and Human Rights)The University of Hull
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Rank: 64 (The Complete University Guide)
Location: The University of Hull
Study mode full-time
Start Date: 2021/09/01
Duration: 12 months
Intl fees: £14800
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The University of Hull evaluation:
15.1 : 1
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University of Hull has opted into the TEF and received a Silver award.
The University of Hull's Master of Laws in International Law (Conflict, Security and Human Rights) (LLM) degree programme presents a total study of International Law as an academic and vocational discipline. This LLM allows you not only to understand the public (political), private (economic) and moral (human rights) interactions of international law in a theoretical and practical sense, but also to specialise in the legal study of conflict, security and human rights.This LLM is designed for students with a background in law, politics, international relations, social sciences, history and human geography. However, applicants are welcomed from all academic disciplines and career paths, including professional and aspiring lawyers, public officials, human rights activists, diplomats, journalists and others who are interested in understanding public international law and its role in responding to conflict, security and human rights challenges.
You should have an undergraduate Honours degree with an overall grade of 2:2 or equivalent. For those who do not possess an undergraduate qualification at this level, those who can demonstrate equivalent professional or practical experience may be considered.
IELTS: 6.0 (with no less than 5.5 in each)
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About this university
Students travel from around the world to study at Hull and there is plenty of help and advice on hand. This includes immigration and visas advice as well as country specific information available on the website. The International Office is on hand to help students adapt to their new home as well as offering a first two weeks service to help organisation and settling in. The Hull University Union is the heart of student activities and organises some 100 clubs and societies, around half of which are involved with some form of sports through the Athletics Union. In addition, the union runs a bookshop, a nightclub, bars and catering facilities as well as an advisory centre and a careers service. The issues a monthly newspaper as well as an online TV station and a radio station. Notable among the clubs and societies is the rugby league club, which is one of the most successful teams within the university and plays in the top level of the BUSC league, ranking third best in the country. There is also an American Football team, an ice hockey team and a swimming club. There is also a separate student union building and facilities on the Scarborough campus on the ground floor of the main building. This operates its own radio station and student magazine.