Masters Program in International Law in Finland

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A masters is earned after students complete an undergraduate degree program. To obtain a masters, you usually need to complete 12 to 18 college courses that often involve completing comprehensive tests and/or a thesis.

The world is a global village now. This means that people are coming closer, and concepts like immigration and international marriages are not common anymore. For all these tasks, the assistance of International Lawyers and consultants is always required. Hence, Master in International Law is a popular degree program.

Finland, officially the Republic of Finland, is a Nordic country situated in the Fennoscandian region of Northern Europe.

Master's Degree in International Law in Finland

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Master's Programme in International Law and Human Rights

Åbo Akademi
Campus Full time August 2019 Finland Turku

This two-year programme is designed to prepare its graduates for challenging careers in international and non-governmental organisations, public administration and academia, in the field of human rights law or another field of public international law [+]

Degree awarded: Politics Magister - Master of Social Sciences Annual intake: 20 Contact: hrm-coordinator@abo.fi Website: www.abo.fi/en/study-programme/the-masters-degree-programme-in-international-law-and-human-rights/

This two-year programme is designed to prepare its graduates for challenging careers in international and non-governmental organisations, public administration and academia, in the field of human rights law or another field of public international law. The programme consists of the following modules:

Compulsory courses in international law and human rights (40 credits) of which 20 credits are common for all students. In addition, students must study 20 credits in public international law. These courses may belong to the area of international human rights law, international refugee law, international humanitarian law, international criminal law, general international law, or any other field of public international law. A research seminar and a Master's thesis (40 credits). Elective specialisation (20 credits) in one freely chosen subject, within public international law or any other subject at Åbo Akademi University. Free elective studies (20 credits) which need not be in one subject only. ... [-]