University of York
International Human Rights Law and Practice
Applicants will normally be expected to have obtained an undergraduate degree with Honours (2.1 or higher, or its equivalent). Some academic study or practical experience of law is desirable though not required. If you are a non-native English speaking applicant you must provide evidence of your English language ability. You need to show enough fluency in all aspects of English (reading, writing, speaking and listening) to the required level of the course you are applying to.
Module includes: Defending human rights; applying international human rights law; international human rights law and advocacy; dissertation. Optional modules taught at CAHR; asylum migration and trafficking; culture and protest; truth justice and reparations after violence. Optional modules taught at the York Law School: Corporate responsibility and law; financial citizenship and social justice; legal clinics in context (street law and law reform). Optional modules taught in other departments: Conflict and development (politics); contemporary issues in toleration (politics); critical perspectives on the criminal justice system (sociology); global governance (politics); globalisation and social policy (social policy and social work); governing for the environment (politics); law and social control (sociology); peace agreements: ending intra-state conflicts (politics); teaching and learning citizenship and global education (education); women, citizenship and conflict (centre for women's studies).
|Qualification||Study mode||Start month||Fee||Course duration|
|LLM||Full-time||September 2016||-||1 years|
|LLM||Part-time||September 2016||-||2 years|
|Campus name||Town||Postcode||Region||Main campus||Campus||Partner|
|University of York||York||YO10 5DD||Yorkshire and the Humber|