LLM International Law

The Master of Law (LLM) (Latin: Legum Magister) is a two-year academic degree aimed at the holders of a Bachelor degree in law or other related disciplines. Individuals with previous legal training and experience are welcome to acquire an in-depth knowledge and expanded understanding of international law and legal theory. During the first year of the program students will follow a list of courses, while in the second year they will specialize on an area of their interest and will conclude this academic stage by writing a Master dissertation.