2.1 (or international equivalent) in law, humanities or social sciences.
Months of entry
You can choose from a wide range of modules that relate to international commercial law, European law, criminal justice, human rights law and general public international law.
The structure of the degree means that you will have the opportunity to study both public and private international law and to develop a greater awareness of the possibilities of the intersections between the two.
The wide range of modules is delivered by an impressive and diverse array of talented academics. Members of the public international law team at Nottingham have published prize-winning works. Many also actively participate in policymaking and implementation of human rights norms at state and international levels.
There is much on offer for students who are interested in international law. We host a regular series of seminars through the International Law Association, which are delivered by distinguished visitors from across the world. Recent seminars have covered developments in refugee law, international environmental law and counter-terrorism.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
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