Human Rights and Development
An Honours degree (2.2 minimum). Degrees in law, the social sciences, or other similar subjects are preferred. Those from other disciplines or with suitable professional experience are considered on an individual basis. Equivalent international qualifications are acceptable, especially if European credit transfer and accumulation system (ECTS) evidence is available. Non graduates with relevant work experience would be considered on a case-by-case basis.
Modules include: international and human rights law; democracy and international law; human rights, environment and international business. Optional modules: climate change law and policy; criminology of international conflict personnel contemporary issues in food policy and law; law and gender; philosophy of human rights protection.
Assessment takes the form of: research proposals including a related bibliographic element, case studies, oral assessments and essays. Each student completes a Master's dissertation of 15,000 to 20,000 words which deals with an area of chosen study in the 3rd semester.
|Qualification||Study mode||Start month||Fee||Course duration|
|LLM||Full-time||September 2016||GBP 6,000 per Year 1 (EU)||1 years|
|LLM||Full-time||September 2016||GBP 6,000 per Year 1 (England)||1 years|
|LLM||Full-time||September 2016||GBP 11,750 per Year 1 (International)||1 years|
|LLM||Full-time||September 2016||GBP 6,000 per Year 1 (Northern Ireland)||1 years|
|LLM||Full-time||September 2016||GBP 6,000 per Year 1 (Scotland)||1 years|
|LLM||Full-time||September 2016||GBP 6,000 per Year 1 (Wales)||1 years|
|Campus name||Town||Postcode||Region||Main campus||Campus||Partner|
|Penglais Campus||Aberystwyth||SY23 3AR||Wales|