University of Aberdeen
The programme reflects established areas of research strength in the School of Law, and offers options which are of international relevance and which meet the demand for studying contemporary human rights issues at an advanced level. This programme allows students to combine specialist topics of domestic and universal fundamental rights.
Upper 2nd Honours degree in law or another discipline, or equivalent. English proficiency is required.
Core modules: Research skills; critical legal thinking and scholarship; dissertation; international human rights law.
Assessment is based on a combination of written examination at the end of the relevant semester and 1 or more course essays. In addition, students must complete a course in research methods and a dissertation on a topic within the specialism. The dissertation is planned and written between March and August each year. Guidance on the writing of a dissertation is given.
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|King's Campus||Aberdeen||AB24 3FX||Scotland|