Riga Graduate Law School, Latvia
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The Riga Graduate School of Law in Riga, Latvia, offers a Master of Laws degree in Public International Law and Human Rights. Intended to provide an in-depth look at all aspects of human rights law and public international law and how the two relate to one another, the program helps prepare students for work in a variety of fields related to the defense of human rights. Designed to last for 1 year with full time study, the Public International Law and Human Rights program includes course work in business and human rights, international criminal law, conflict resolution, public and human rights, law theory and European human rights law. All students are required to complete a thesis as well. Students may be permitted to complete the program on a part-time basis with approval from the School of Law. To be considered for admission to the Public International Law and Human Rights, students must hold a bachelor’s degree, a master’s degree or the equivalent in law or a closely related field of study. Applicants’ transcripts will be reviewed for evidence to prove a thorough background in law. Individuals with work experience in law are preferred. Classes are taught exclusively in English, so students are expected to submit IELTS or TOEFL scores.
About the university
The Riga Graduate School of Law in Riga is a private law school in the Baltic region offering Bachelor, Masters and Doctoral studies
About the location
Riga, Latvia’s capital, is set on the Baltic Sea at the mouth of the River Daugava. It’s considered a cultural center and is home to many museums and concert halls.