LLM in Public International Law Specialisations
The Institute for International and Comparative Law in Africa, in collaboration with the Department of Public Law of the Faculty of Law, University of Pretoria, is calling for applications to the Faculty’s LLM in Public International Law.
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Twenty one specialised Masters programmes are offered. This programme requires students to complete three taught modules, as well as a module in Research Methodology, to submit a research proposal and to submit a mini-dissertation. Class attendance is compulsory. Class meetings usually are from 17:30 - 19:30 and most of the class meetings take place once a week. The duration is one or two years.
A choice of six different programmes for a Master of Laws (LLM) through research are offered. Students on this programme are required to write a dissertation under the auspices of a supervisor, after completion of a module in Research Methodology, the submission of a research proposal and an oral examination.