What will you study on the LLM Human Rights Law with Integrated Placement?
Full-time LLM (1 year, 180 credits)
- Four core plus two optional modules are completed over terms one and two, with a Dissertation period in term three.
Attendance may be required during the day and/or evening, depending on your choice of modules.
Each module is typically worth 20 credits, except the Dissertation, Work Integrated Learning and Practicum in International Organisations modules which are worth 60 credits each. The Work Integrated Learning and Practicum in International Organisations may be chosen to replace the Dissertation with prior agreement.
Additional optional modules available in international politics, criminology and sociology
In addition to the law modules listed below, students can study one of the following modules from international politics, criminology and sociology either in term one or two.
Term one: Sustainable Development and Human Rights; Environmental Law and Governance; Migration Theories and Approaches.
Term two: Politics of Globalisation; Migration Politics and Policies.
Not all of the modules listed will be available in any one year. Module availability is dependent on staffing and the number of students wishing to take each module.