Master Degree in Law of Human rights


ricarda

Any of you guys know about a good Human rights master in Europe?
Thanks!

Any of you guys know about a good Human rights master in Europe?
Thanks!
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Russ

There are some good programs in the Netherlands such as Leiden University (LL.M. Public International Law), Utrecht University, University of Groningen, Maastricht University. University of Lund (Sweden), University of Oslo and University of Malta also offer a Human Rights LL.M. I am not sure if the one in Malta is actually an LL.M. It is called "Mediterranean Master of Arts in Human Rights and Democratization" and looks really intersting for lawyers planning to practice Human Rights Law in the Mediterranean area.

There are some good programs in the Netherlands such as Leiden University (LL.M. Public International Law), Utrecht University, University of Groningen, Maastricht University. University of Lund (Sweden), University of Oslo and University of Malta also offer a Human Rights LL.M. I am not sure if the one in Malta is actually an LL.M. It is called "Mediterranean Master of Arts in Human Rights and Democratization" and looks really intersting for lawyers planning to practice Human Rights Law in the Mediterranean area.
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ricarda

Thanks Russ!

Thanks Russ!
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Hi,

You should check out the program at Lunds University, Sweden â The Raoul Wallenberg institute http://www.rwi.lu.se/index.shtml . One of the advantages of taking a LLM in Sweden is that you donât have to pay any tuition â education is funded by the government.

Best Tomas (law student at Lunds University)

Hi,

You should check out the program at Lunds University, Sweden – The Raoul Wallenberg institute http://www.rwi.lu.se/index.shtml . One of the advantages of taking a LLM in Sweden is that you don’t have to pay any tuition – education is funded by the government.

Best Tomas (law student at Lunds University)
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Hi,
Sir,
I am student of Department of Law,University of Chittagong,Bangladesh.My graduation will be complete within couple of months.I want to take admissinon In LL.M Course(Human Rights) in ur University.Will i be able to take admission?if then, what criteria i will have to fullfil.May know about ur tution fee,scholarships etc.

yours sincerly
Md.Abu Boker Siddique(Bakul)
Student of 4th Year
Roll:2001/40
Department of Law
University of Chittagong,
Bangladesh

<blockquote>Hi,
Sir,
I am student of Department of Law,University of Chittagong,Bangladesh.My graduation will be complete within couple of months.I want to take admissinon In LL.M Course(Human Rights) in ur University.Will i be able to take admission?if then, what criteria i will have to fullfil.May know about ur tution fee,scholarships etc.

yours sincerly
Md.Abu Boker Siddique(Bakul)
Student of 4th Year
Roll:2001/40
Department of Law
University of Chittagong,
Bangladesh
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George

Hey Md.Abu Boker, I think you got things a litlle wrong here: If you want to apply to a university you should contact them directly, in this forum you will only meet other students, also, I am not sure you want your personal details to be shared with the whole world ;-)

Hey Md.Abu Boker, I think you got things a litlle wrong here: If you want to apply to a university you should contact them directly, in this forum you will only meet other students, also, I am not sure you want your personal details to be shared with the whole world ;-)
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Anderson

Hi Ricarda,
I think University of Lund has a very good program in Human Rights, to which I have also applied for their Human Rights and Intellectual Property LLM. I hope this information will be of help to you.

Hi Ricarda,
I think University of Lund has a very good program in Human Rights, to which I have also applied for their Human Rights and Intellectual Property LLM. I hope this information will be of help to you.
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sabi

hi ricarda!

have you already found Human rights master.?I have been looking as well for that master but I couldn find.

hi ricarda!

have you already found Human rights master.?I have been looking as well for that master but I couldn find.
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silvia82

hi everyone!
this forum is great.. is the one i was looking for..
I'm searching a master in human rights in Europe as well, apart from italian ones ( see Universities of Bologna, Pisa, Siena, Roma). I saw there's one in Galway (Ireland)..does anyone know if it's good??
I will prefer to find one in Spain.. but still haven't found. can someone suggest me??

thanks a lot!!
bye Silvia

hi everyone!
this forum is great.. is the one i was looking for..
I'm searching a master in human rights in Europe as well, apart from italian ones ( see Universities of Bologna, Pisa, Siena, Roma). I saw there's one in Galway (Ireland)..does anyone know if it's good??
I will prefer to find one in Spain.. but still haven't found. can someone suggest me??

thanks a lot!!
bye Silvia
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sharma

ONE CAN READ FOR A SPECIALIZED LLM IN HUMAN RIGHTS AT KCL,UCL,SOAS,QMUL-ALL ARE PART OF THE UNIVERSITY OF LONDON.EVEN THOUGH THE LLM IS GENERAL ONE CAN CHOOSE THE HUMAN RIGHTS SUBJECTS(THERE ARE PLENTY)AND GET A SPECIALIZED LLM DEGREE.
WARWICK HAS A LLM COURSE THAT IS CALLED LLM IN INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND HUMAN RIGHTS.

ONE CAN READ FOR A SPECIALIZED LLM IN HUMAN RIGHTS AT KCL,UCL,SOAS,QMUL-ALL ARE PART OF THE UNIVERSITY OF LONDON.EVEN THOUGH THE LLM IS GENERAL ONE CAN CHOOSE THE HUMAN RIGHTS SUBJECTS(THERE ARE PLENTY)AND GET A SPECIALIZED LLM DEGREE.
WARWICK HAS A LLM COURSE THAT IS CALLED LLM IN INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND HUMAN RIGHTS.
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Jennye

Utrecht University (where the Netherlands' Institute of Human Rights has its seat) also has an interesting well appreciated program.
Hope to see you there!
Jenny

Utrecht University (where the Netherlands' Institute of Human Rights has its seat) also has an interesting well appreciated program.
Hope to see you there!
Jenny
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PAULA N

Hi! I would like to know the ranking of Essex University in its MA in Theroy and Practice of Human Rights? also the Universidad Carlos 3 in Madrid, are they good? And exactly what is the difference between an LLM and a Masteres Degree??
Thankx

Hi! I would like to know the ranking of Essex University in its MA in Theroy and Practice of Human Rights? also the Universidad Carlos 3 in Madrid, are they good? And exactly what is the difference between an LLM and a Masteres Degree??
Thankx

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solaiman

I am inetersted to complete a Master Degree In Law of Human Rights . Is there any one who can Help me?

I am inetersted to complete a Master Degree In Law of Human Rights . Is there any one who can Help me?
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I know that Essex (UK) has an excellent program in Human Rights.
Good luck!

I know that Essex (UK) has an excellent program in Human Rights.
Good luck!
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brixcon

University of Essex. It is the oldest LLM in human rights in Europe and the professors work also in the UN Human Rights Commission as Special Rapporteurs and legal adviser. Well known also in UN.

University of Essex. It is the oldest LLM in human rights in Europe and the professors work also in the UN Human Rights Commission as Special Rapporteurs and legal adviser. Well known also in UN.
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Sanne

Hey,
I got accepted into the Utrecht LLM international and european protection of human rights. This is great, but brutally expensive (9000) for a dutch program. I cannot aply for any scholarship sincde I am actaully a dutch student, and then you just cant apply. Anyway. How well appreciated is the degree of this masters, how did other students get the money together, and does anyone know stories of people that did the degree, concerning the level and career perspectives afterwards?
Cheers,
Sanne

Hey,
I got accepted into the Utrecht LLM international and european protection of human rights. This is great, but brutally expensive (9000) for a dutch program. I cannot aply for any scholarship sincde I am actaully a dutch student, and then you just cant apply. Anyway. How well appreciated is the degree of this masters, how did other students get the money together, and does anyone know stories of people that did the degree, concerning the level and career perspectives afterwards?
Cheers,
Sanne
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Mees

I would in anyway prefer to apply for the MA in human rights and conflict studies in Utrecht, except for it's MA and not a LL.M. Thats a choice I guess! The MA is a regular programme.

The University of Groningen is starting a LL.M in international Human Rights this year I guess, but if you want to be sure send an email to the faculty. Groningen had been awarded the best Law faculty of the Netherlands, if that means anything.

Does anyone know anything about the programme at Oslo's university?

I would in anyway prefer to apply for the MA in human rights and conflict studies in Utrecht, except for it's MA and not a LL.M. Thats a choice I guess! The MA is a regular programme.

The University of Groningen is starting a LL.M in international Human Rights this year I guess, but if you want to be sure send an email to the faculty. Groningen had been awarded the best Law faculty of the Netherlands, if that means anything.

Does anyone know anything about the programme at Oslo's university?

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lawant

HELLO!
I have just been admitted to the LL.M. in GRONINGEN!!
Is there anyone that lives or has lived there??
Tell me....do you know anything about the city or the university?
I have just general information....an insider view would be GREAT!!
Thank you..........let me know!!
Ciao!

HELLO!
I have just been admitted to the LL.M. in GRONINGEN!!
Is there anyone that lives or has lived there??
Tell me....do you know anything about the city or the university?
I have just general information....an insider view would be GREAT!!
Thank you..........let me know!!
Ciao!
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Dear ricarda,

There is a online learning programme of LLM Human Right in the Continuing Education Dept. of Oxford.
http://www.conted.ox.ac.uk/courses/international/mastersdegreeininternationalhumanrightslaw.asp
Hope this help =)

Dear ricarda,

There is a online learning programme of LLM Human Right in the Continuing Education Dept. of Oxford.
http://www.conted.ox.ac.uk/courses/international/mastersdegreeininternationalhumanrightslaw.asp
Hope this help =)
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Russ

It's actually not an LLM but a Master of Studies (MSt), see http://www.llm-guide.com/university/118 or http://www.conted.ox.ac.uk/courses/international/mastersdegreeininternationalhumanrightslaw.asp

"Q: What is a Master of Studies degree and how does it differ from an LLM?

A: In Oxford the primary one-year post-graduate degree in the humanities and social sciences, including law, is the Masters of Studies (MSt). The University of Oxford offers no LLM degree in any field of law. This course is an MSt because it is taken part-time over two years and thus is equivalent to one year of full-time study. Oxford offers a Master of Studies (MSt) rather than an LLM degree for historical reasons unrelated to the content or sophistication of the course of study. Is the MSt equivalent to an LLM? Yes. In both cases students normally are expected to have a first degree in Law. In both cases the level of instruction and subject offerings are similar."

Russ

It's actually not an LLM but a Master of Studies (MSt), see http://www.llm-guide.com/university/118 or http://www.conted.ox.ac.uk/courses/international/mastersdegreeininternationalhumanrightslaw.asp

"Q: What is a Master of Studies degree and how does it differ from an LLM?

A: In Oxford the primary one-year post-graduate degree in the humanities and social sciences, including law, is the Masters of Studies (MSt). The University of Oxford offers no LLM degree in any field of law. This course is an MSt because it is taken part-time over two years and thus is equivalent to one year of full-time study. Oxford offers a Master of Studies (MSt) rather than an LLM degree for historical reasons unrelated to the content or sophistication of the course of study. Is the MSt equivalent to an LLM? Yes. In both cases students normally are expected to have a first degree in Law. In both cases the level of instruction and subject offerings are similar."

Russ
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