A 10-week or 5-week residential course in the School of Law of the University of Nottingham, twice a year (October-December and February-April). This is for recent graduate students or persons in employment or others who wish to learn more about international human rights law for educational or career purposes.
For more information and applications to the Short Course, please contact:
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The International Human Rights Law Short Course covers the breadth of international human rights standards and systems. Participants take tailor-made seminar modules as well as modules from our prestigious LLM Human Rights Law.
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The Short Course programme speakers are carefully selected to include a balance of experts, practitioners and academics or researchers. A number of high profile, international experts and practitioners will also hold seminars and workshops.
The International Human Rights Law Short Course programme includes various methods of instruction including seminars, lectures, group work and presentations. The programme is fully taught in English.
The Short Course runs twice a year, in the autumn and spring, over 10 weeks (or 5 weeks). Application is competitive: a maximum of 10 students will be accepted, so early application is encouraged.
Our alumni includes graduate students, ministry of foreign affairs and attorney general officials, prosecutors, judges, lawyers, ombudsmen, UN officers, NGO and national human rights commission staff, army and police officers.
For an overview of past course information, please see our previous short courses.
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