LLM on human rights (University for peace or University of essex)


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Hi everyone. I would like to study international human rights law in LLM and there are 2 choices. First, University of essex (without any scholarship). I understand the uni has great reputation on human rights law. Second, university for peace in Costa rica. I wiil be accepted in M.A. on international law and international human rights cource with full scholarship (tuition, transportation expences and living costs.). Of course, the scholarship is great, however, I don't hear any reputation about upeace. Is it good place to study IHL? So, if you have any idea about below, pleace reply!
-Which will you chose in my position?
-To get a internship in international NGOs or UN organization, is it a good choice to study in essex?
-Any information about international law and international human rights law course in upeace.

Thank you.

Hi everyone. I would like to study international human rights law in LLM and there are 2 choices. First, University of essex (without any scholarship). I understand the uni has great reputation on human rights law. Second, university for peace in Costa rica. I wiil be accepted in M.A. on international law and international human rights cource with full scholarship (tuition, transportation expences and living costs.). Of course, the scholarship is great, however, I don't hear any reputation about upeace. Is it good place to study IHL? So, if you have any idea about below, pleace reply!
-Which will you chose in my position?
-To get a internship in international NGOs or UN organization, is it a good choice to study in essex?
-Any information about international law and international human rights law course in upeace.

Thank you.
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Hi everyone. I would like to study international human rights law in LLM and there are 2 choices. First, University of essex (without any scholarship). I understand the uni has great reputation on human rights law. Second, university for peace in Costa rica. I wiil be accepted in M.A. on international law and international human rights cource with full scholarship (tuition, transportation expences and living costs.). Of course, the scholarship is great, however, I don't hear any reputation about upeace. Is it good place to study IHL? So, if you have any idea about below, pleace reply!
-Which will you chose in my position?
-To get a internship in international NGOs or UN organization, is it a good choice to study in essex?
-Any information about international law and international human rights law course in upeace.

Thank you.


Hi! Regarding UPeace - I have heard it is a great course if you want to work in the humanitarian sector and not academia (definitely choose Essex if you want to go into academia or strong research roles). Ofcourse, Upeace is away from any major hubs of commerce or diplomacy, but they fly professors in and out for various lectures.

If I may ask, which scholarship were you offered for UPeace?

[quote]Hi everyone. I would like to study international human rights law in LLM and there are 2 choices. First, University of essex (without any scholarship). I understand the uni has great reputation on human rights law. Second, university for peace in Costa rica. I wiil be accepted in M.A. on international law and international human rights cource with full scholarship (tuition, transportation expences and living costs.). Of course, the scholarship is great, however, I don't hear any reputation about upeace. Is it good place to study IHL? So, if you have any idea about below, pleace reply!
-Which will you chose in my position?
-To get a internship in international NGOs or UN organization, is it a good choice to study in essex?
-Any information about international law and international human rights law course in upeace.

Thank you.[/quote]

Hi! Regarding UPeace - I have heard it is a great course if you want to work in the humanitarian sector and not academia (definitely choose Essex if you want to go into academia or strong research roles). Ofcourse, Upeace is away from any major hubs of commerce or diplomacy, but they fly professors in and out for various lectures.

If I may ask, which scholarship were you offered for UPeace?
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