MASTER OF LAW IN INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL JUSTICE (LLM ICJ)


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The International Criminal Law Centre (ICLC) of the Open University of Tanzania (OUT) proudly announces the first and only Master in Law in International Criminal Justice (LLM ICJ) in Africa.

Taught in Arusha, in close proximity to the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR), the programme is flexible and intended for individuals who are unable to attend a more traditional residential course. The programme comprises 6 modules taught over a 6 day period every two months by outstanding African academics from institutions across the globe. The programme offers excellent theoretical and practical learning. The Modules covered are;

1) Principles of International Law
2) International Politics & Relations
3) Substantive International Criminal Law
4) Law and History of Accountability Mechanisms
5) Contemporary Issues in International Criminal Law
6) International Criminal Courts & Tribunals; Processes & Procedures
7) Dissertation

The faculty comprises resident and guest lecturers who are leading scholars, practitioners, and experts in public international law and policy, drawn from universities and other institutions within and outside Africa. They include Prof. C. Beyani - London School of Economics, Prof. J.C. Barker - Sussex University, Prof. B. Rwezaura - Open University of Tanzania, Dr C. Odinkalu - Open Society Justice Initiative, Dr E. Muli - University of Nairobi, Dr. K. Kamanga -University of Dar es Salaam, Dr G. Melling - Buckingham University, Dr. P. Kihwelo - Open University of Tanzania, Dr. S. Kolimba - Open University of Tanzania, Dr. E. Bikundo - Sydney University, Australia, Dr. G. Musila - Kenyatta University and Dr. Y. Simbeye - Open University of Tanzania.

The course fees are USD 6,560. Students can register for a module and attend classes as and when they have time but must complete all modules within 2 years.

How to Apply
Application forms are available on our website: www.out.ac.tz, or email the course director: Dr Yitiha Simbeye at: yitiha.simbeye@out.ac.tz.

Completed forms should be submitted by email with supporting documents indicated on the application form to Dr Simbeye. Application fees should be paid before application form is sent, please email payment slip or transfer document. Application fee is $60.

For further information kindly contact the programme director:
Dr Y. Simbeye
Head, Constitutional & International Law Dept,
Faculty of Law, Open University of Tanzania,
Email: yitiha.simbeye@out.ac.tz
Web: www.out.ac.tz
Tel: +255 22 668992/2668820/2668445/2667455
The International Criminal Law Centre (ICLC) of the Open University of Tanzania (OUT) proudly announces the first and only Master in Law in International Criminal Justice (LLM ICJ) in Africa.

Taught in Arusha, in close proximity to the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR), the programme is flexible and intended for individuals who are unable to attend a more traditional residential course. The programme comprises 6 modules taught over a 6 day period every two months by outstanding African academics from institutions across the globe. The programme offers excellent theoretical and practical learning. The Modules covered are;

1) Principles of International Law
2) International Politics & Relations
3) Substantive International Criminal Law
4) Law and History of Accountability Mechanisms
5) Contemporary Issues in International Criminal Law
6) International Criminal Courts & Tribunals; Processes & Procedures
7) Dissertation

The faculty comprises resident and guest lecturers who are leading scholars, practitioners, and experts in public international law and policy, drawn from universities and other institutions within and outside Africa. They include Prof. C. Beyani - London School of Economics, Prof. J.C. Barker - Sussex University, Prof. B. Rwezaura - Open University of Tanzania, Dr C. Odinkalu - Open Society Justice Initiative, Dr E. Muli - University of Nairobi, Dr. K. Kamanga -University of Dar es Salaam, Dr G. Melling - Buckingham University, Dr. P. Kihwelo - Open University of Tanzania, Dr. S. Kolimba - Open University of Tanzania, Dr. E. Bikundo - Sydney University, Australia, Dr. G. Musila - Kenyatta University and Dr. Y. Simbeye - Open University of Tanzania.

The course fees are USD 6,560. Students can register for a module and attend classes as and when they have time but must complete all modules within 2 years.

How to Apply
Application forms are available on our website: www.out.ac.tz, or email the course director: Dr Yitiha Simbeye at: yitiha.simbeye@out.ac.tz.

Completed forms should be submitted by email with supporting documents indicated on the application form to Dr Simbeye. Application fees should be paid before application form is sent, please email payment slip or transfer document. Application fee is $60.

For further information kindly contact the programme director:
Dr Y. Simbeye
Head, Constitutional & International Law Dept,
Faculty of Law, Open University of Tanzania,
Email: yitiha.simbeye@out.ac.tz
Web: www.out.ac.tz
Tel: +255 22 668992/2668820/2668445/2667455
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The International Criminal Law Centre (ICLC) of the Open University of Tanzania (OUT) proudly announces the first and only Master in Law in International Criminal Justice (LLM ICJ) in Africa.


Not quite correct. University of Western Cape offers an LLM in LLM in Transnational Criminal Justice for some time:

http://www.llm-guide.com/university/335/university-of-western-cape

For all interested in that subject, here's a good article about international criminal law LLM programs: http://www.llm-guide.com/article/449/the-llm-in-international-criminal-law
<blockquote>The International Criminal Law Centre (ICLC) of the Open University of Tanzania (OUT) proudly announces the first and only Master in Law in International Criminal Justice (LLM ICJ) in Africa.
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Not quite correct. University of Western Cape offers an LLM in LLM in Transnational Criminal Justice for some time:

http://www.llm-guide.com/university/335/university-of-western-cape

For all interested in that subject, here's a good article about international criminal law LLM programs: http://www.llm-guide.com/article/449/the-llm-in-international-criminal-law
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