PILREFAS – Refugee and Asylum Law
Note: This course will be given a new code from spring semester 2006, and you will find all relevant information JUR5530 – Refugee and Asylum Law (discontinued)
This course in Refugee and Asylum Law (PILREFAS) corresponds with Refugee and Asylum Law (JUTREFAS), the optional subject taught in English. Further particulars on content, training goals, literature, teaching and exams for this course in Refugee and Asylum Law you will find under JUTREFAS – Refugee and Asylum Law (discontinued).
PILREFAS - Refugee and Asylum Law, is intended for students attending the Master of Laws in Public International Law. If you are accepted at this Master of Laws, you may use the code PILREFAS when you enroll and register for exam.
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To be allowed to take the exam in PILREFAS - Refugee and Asylum Law, you must be accepted at the Public International Law (master's 1 1/2-years).
Recommended previous knowledge
Students are expected to have prior knowledge of international law. Previous study of human rights law, regional law, or the law of international organizations is helpful, however it is not required.
6-hour written exam.