Study programme

This one-year Master’s consists of:

  • A compulsory part worth 30 EC that comprises three compulsory major courses (15 EC) and Capita Selecta (15 EC);
  • A specialisation or Master’s – minor (15 EC);
  • A Research and Thesis Training (worth 15 EC).
Period 1General course in Public
International Law
 major (7,5 EC)
Or: Specialisation Oceans, the
Environment and Sustainability: 

International Environmental Law  (7,5 EC)
Or: Specialisation Human Rights: 
Human Rights I: Principles and
Institutions
 (7,5 EC)
Or:
Specialisation Conflict and
Security:

International Security Law (7,5 EC)
Or: Minor: Major of other
programme (7,5 EC)
Period 2International Law Moot court (major)
For a select number of students
to bereplaced by Jessup or
Telders International law
Moot Courts (7,5 EC)
Or: Specialisation Oceans, the
Environment and Sustainability:
International Law of the Sea (7,5 EC)
Or: Specialisation Human Rights: 
Human Rights II: Substantive
Rights
 (7,5 EC)
Or:
Specialisation Conflict and Security:
International Humanitarian Law (7,5 EC)
Or: Minor: Major of other
programme (7,5 EC)
Period 3Capita Selecta (6 modules including
a compulsary module Research) (15 EC)
Period 4Thesis (15 EC)