LLM Programs in Asylum and Refugee Law / Immigration Law

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Oxford, United Kingdom 529 Followers 717 Discussions
Oxford Oxford has the largest law faculty in the United Kingdom and is a leading centre for research. Our world famous one-year postgraduate Bachelor of Civil Law and Magister Juris programmes are joined by the MSc in Criminology and a new Masters in Law and Finance, which will run from October 2010. Taught jointly by the Saïd Business School and the Faculty of Law, this new Masters programme offers outstanding students with a legal background the opportunity to integrate their study of law with finance, to address issues facing business, government, finance, lawyers and regulators.

Full-Time: Magister Juris (MJur), Bachelor of Civil Law (BCL), MSc in Law and Finance (MLF), MSc in Criminology and Criminal Justice more

Part-Time: MSc in Taxation, MSt in International Human Rights Law more

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Geneva, Switzerland 108 Followers 82 Discussions

Full-Time: LLM in International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights, Master in Transitional Justice, Human Rights and the Rule of Law more

Part-Time: Executive Master in International Law in Armed Conflict more

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Washington, District of Columbia 136 Followers 175 Discussions
American (AU)- WCL

American University Washington College of Law is a dynamic law school at the center of policy, business, and all things international. We are a law school of over 1,700 JD, LL.M., and SJD students who Champion What Matters. We offer more than 20 specialized programs including international law, human rights, law and government, intellectual property, business, and gender studies, as well as nationally recognized clinical and trial advocacy programs. Our location in Washington, D.C. opens up extraordinary internship and employment opportunities within branches of government, international organizations, private and public interest law firms, and non-governmental organizations. What's more, you'll be surrounded by a community of students and faculty that encourages and inspires one another.

Full-Time: LL.M. in International Legal Studies (ILSP), LL.M. in Law and Government, LL.M. in Advocacy, LL.M. in Intellectual Property Law more

Part-Time: LL.M. in International Human Rights and Humanitarian Law more

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Canterbury, United Kingdom 106 Followers 102 Discussions
Kent Law The Kent Law School at the University of Kent was founded in 1967 and has since developed into one of the most successful law schools in the United Kingdom. The Law School has consistently achieved high ratings and prizes for teaching and research activities. Postgraduate degrees have been offered at Kent Law School since the early 1980s. We have developed a variety of LLM degrees on international and contemporary subjects, and have sought to ensure that a broad range of nationalities are represented among our LLM and research students. In recent years, we have also taken advantage of our proximity to continental Europe to offer programmes at the University’s Brussels School of International Studies, and in collaboration with the Université du Littoral.”

Full-Time: LLM, LLM Law (Erasmus-Europe), LLM Specialism Criminal Justice, LLM Specialism International Criminal Justice, LLM Specialism Environmental... more

By Research: LLM, MPhil and PhD in Law more

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Brooklyn, New York 48 Followers 3 Discussions
Brooklyn Law

Learn more about Brooklyn Law School's LL.M. program for lawyers trained abroad!

Full-Time: LL.M. for Foreign-Trained Lawyers more

JD for International Lawyers: Accelerated 2-year J.D. program more

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Geneva 21, Switzerland 69 Followers 37 Discussions
IHEID The Graduate Institute, Geneva, or "IHEID", is Europe’s oldest school of international affairs. Since the times of Hans Kelsen, who published his influential 'Pure Theory of Law' while a professor at the Institute, the International Law Department has been at the forefront of international law research, education and practice. The Department offers several post-graduate degrees in international law, including its new LL.M. in public international law, with specialisation in (a) environment, energy and natural resources, (b) international economic law, or (c) human rights and refugees.

Full-Time: LL.M. in International Law, Master in International Law (MIL), LL.M. (Master of Advanced Studies) in International Humanitarian Law and Huma... more

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Nijmegen, Netherlands 23 Followers 13 Discussions
Located on a green campus in the oldest city in the Netherlands, Radboud University Nijmegen is a welcoming, forward-looking, research-based centre of learning that covers the full range of academic disciplines.The Faculty of Law has a long standing reputation of excellence as is demonstrated by the national rating lists. The Faculty of Law has an extensive experience of teaching in English and in catering for foreign students. It’s also a friendly place to study: students and lecturers know each other by name. The master’s programme European Law provides a sound academic basis for students considering careers in international and European legal practice.

Full-Time: LL.M. in European Law, Dual LL.M. in Corporate and Insolvency Law more

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Brussels, Belgium 38 Followers 31 Discussions
The Brussels School of International Studies (BSIS) is a multidisciplinary postgraduate School of the University of Kent bringing together the disciplines of politics, international relations, law and economics. Students on our programmes benefit from a stimulating and truly interdisciplinary approach to their studies. Kent Law School has been offering degree programmes at BSIS since 1998, and alongside the School of Politics and International Relations was one of the founding schools in Brussels.

Full-Time: LL.M. in Human Rights Law, LL.M. in International Law, MA EU External Relations, MA International Conflict and Security, MA International De... more


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