The programme option is only available to students admitted from 2021
|Autumn, 3rd. semester||PILTHESIS – Master thesis|
|Spring, 2nd. semester||Core course||Core course||Core course/ Additional Elective|
|Autumn, 1st. semester||JUS5540 – Public International Law (Mandatory core course)||Core course||Core course/ Additional Elective|
|10 ECTS credits||10 ECTS credits||10 ECTS credits|
This programme runs 1 ½ years. Students may select four core courses and two electives or six core courses. Students will have to write a Masters thesis addressing Peace & Security issues.
You are supposed to complete 30 credits every semester, as shown in the table above.
The LL.M. degree in Public International Law with programme option in Security, Peace & International Law will be awarded to students who participate in the programme, pass the exams and obtain a passing grade on a thesis delivered on time.
Rules concerning postponed commencement, leave of absence, delay and progression of the student are are available here (in chapter 1).
- JUS5540 – Public International Law (mandatory course)
- JUS5730 – International Humanitarian Law (The Law of Armed Conflict)
- JUS5570 – International Criminal Law
- JUS5503 – Human Rights and Counter-Terrorism: Striking a Balance? (this course offered every other year)
- JUS5134 – International Law of Peace (this course offered every other year)
- JUS5630 – Privacy and Data Protection
- JUS5650 – Cybersecurity Regulation
- JUS5690 – Robot Regulation
- KRIM4952 – A Criminology of Globalization
- JUS5520 – International Environmental Law
- JUS5911 – International Climate Change and Energy Law
- JUS5412 – Energy Law
- JUS5530 – Refugee and Asylum Law
Third semester - master's thesis:
The thesis is the culmination of the student's master’s degree studies. The thesis represent the independent work of the student, and the topic is to be chosen in consultation with the academic staff. Students who select to specialise must write a thesis on a topic within the selected area.
A supervisor will be made available for each student.