Regent's University London
International Human Rights Law
Developed in association with the renowned human rights barrister, Geoffrey Robertson, QC, and distinguished colleagues of the world-famous Doughty Street Chambers, this innovative programme examines some of the key challenges in the field of International Human Rights.
International law and human rights have been at the heart of teaching and scholarly work at Regent’s for many years: this new programme offers a truly unique opportunity to be guided by special guests from Doughty Street alongside our talented team of academics.
You will be introduced to a range of topics in the field including, a history of human rights law, international relations, humanitarian intervention, free speech, prohibition of torture and inhumane treatment and international criminal law, with all theory supplemented by cutting edge research and case studies.
We require successful completion of a Bachelor’s degree with a minimum 2.5 (out of 4.0) cumulative grade point average or its equivalent (e.g. 2:2 degree).
Please contact Regent's University London for more information on English language requirements.
- Dignity and Integrity of the Human Person
- Introduction to International Human Rights Law
- Legal Research Methods
- Freedom of Speech
- International Law and International Relations
- Theory, Policy and Practice of Humanitarian Intervention
- Individual Research Project and Dissertation
You will be taught by internationally diverse academics and practitioners with vast experience in academia and outside it.
The programme puts strong emphasis on experiential learning, with outside activity complementing the work in class.
|Qualification||Study mode||Fee||Course duration|
|MA||Full-time||£ 16,800 per Whole course ()||12 months|
|Campus name||Town||Postcode||Region||Main campus||Campus||Partner|
|Regent's University London||London||NW1 4NS||London|