General public international law courses:
Trade and investment law courses:
International criminal law courses:
International human rights law, and other specialized international law courses:
Comparative law and legal theory courses:
EU law and European law courses
To avoid scheduling conflicts, we advise you to choose courses within one Master's programme. If you choose courses from different Master's programmes you run the risk of conflicting classes and exams.
Students who are interested to take courses in the field of EU law but without having a background in European Union Law need to take the introductory course in European Union Law. This course is offered twice a year.
Students who are interested to take courses in the field of international law but without having a background in international law need to take the introductory course in International Law.
The academic year runs from September to the end of June and is divided into two semesters, each with three blocks.