Where to study international justice

Knowledge and education are vital tools for challenging impunity wherever it's found. Check out our list of ways to arm yourself with knowledge around the world, including degree programs, certificate and professional programs, short courses, and summer programs and conferences. 

 

Asia-Pacific

University of Melborne, Melbourne Law Masters

University of Sydney, Sydney Law School, LLM and Postgraduate Coursework Programs; Undergraduate Combined Law Programs

University of Tokyo, Faculty of Law

Tsinghua University, School of Law, M. Program in International Arbitration and Dispute Settlement

National University of Singapore, Law, Undergraduate and Graduate Programmes

Peking University, Law School

 

Europe

Universitat de Valencia: Masters Degree in Human Rights, Democracy and International Justice

University of Amsterdam: LLM in International Criminal Law

Universiteit Leiden: LLM in International Criminal Law (Advanced)

 Tilburg University: MSc in Victimology and Criminal Justice

Geneva Academy: LLM in International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights; International Criminal Law – Executive Masters; Transitional Justice Summer School

University of Nottingham: LLM in International Criminal Justice and Armed Conflict

University of Kent: LLM in International Criminal Justice

University of Gloucestershire: LLM International Criminal and Human Rights Law

BPP University: LLM Trans-National Criminal Justice

United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute (UNICRI) and the University for Peace: Master of Laws (LL.M.) in Transnational Crime and Justice

Humboldt- Universität zu Berlin- ‘Transnational Criminal Justice and Crime Prevention- An International and African Perspective’

University of Oslo: Masters Degree, International Criminal Law

NUI Galway: Postgraduate Taught Course, International Criminal Law: Postgraduate Research Courses, Law

Universiteit Utrecht, Public International Law (Chosen as the best Master Program in the Netherlands in the field of International Law for two years in a row 2013 and 2014)

University of Sussex: LLM in International Criminal Law

Queen Mary, University of London, School of Law

University of Portsmouth: MSc in International Criminal Justice

University of Cambridge: Faculty of Law, LLM Program

Université de Lousanne, Faculty of Law, Criminal Justice and Public Administration

Central European University, Department of Legal Studies

12th Annual ESIL Conference, Riga: ‘How International Law Works in Times of Crisis’

Stockholm University, Department of Law, International Criminal Law

 

North America

Brandeis University: Programs in International Justice and Society

Boston College: Certificate in Human Rights and International Justice

Pennsylvania State, The Dickinson Poon School of Law, J.D. Program, Semester in Practice Programs, International Justice Programs

Columbia University: Columbia Law School, Graduate Legal Studies; J.D./ L.L.M, Study Abroad Program: Columbia- Amsterdam Alliance in International Criminal Law

New York University, School of Law, International Legal Studies

University of Notre Dame, the Law School: Program of Study in Criminal Law, Program of Study in Global Law

Vanderbilt University: Vanderbilt Law School, Criminal Justice Program

University of New Hampshire, International Criminal law and Justice Program

Harvard University, International Legal Studies

Georgetown University: Georgetown Law, International Legal Studies LLM and General Studies LLM, Dual Master of International Affairs and Law (M.I.A./LLM)

Yale University, Yale Law School: International Law

Fordham University, L.M. International Law and Justice

Emory University, Emory Law School, L.L.M. in Human Rights Law

 

Middle-East

The American University in Cairo, Law and Human Rights, Ibrahim Shihata Memorial LLM Degree in Comparative and International Law MA in International Human Rights Law; Masters of Law, (LLM) in International and Comparative Law

Tel Aviv University: Faculty of Law, Parasol Foundation Trust International LLM Program

 

Africa

University of Western Cape: Faculty of Law

Stellenbosch University: Faculty of Law, L.M. General