In this online program you will learn about the rules and institutions relevant for human rights, war and diplomacy.
International law sets forth the legal rules, norms and standards that apply between states and other internationally recognised actors. International Law encompasses a broad range of domains including human rights, diplomacy, trade and war.
With the International Law MicroMasters Program by University of Louvain, you will learn to navigate the complex field of international law. MicroMasters programs are a series of graduate level courses from top universities designed to advance your career.
At the end of the MicroMasters Program you will have a clear understanding of the domains of international law, including human rights, the law of armed conflicts and the laws of economy. You will develop the skills and knowledge to decode international news through a legal lens and you will understand the legal rules at play in the realm of humanitarian aid, diplomacy and NGO work.
If you continue to study the Advanced Master’s (LL.M.) in International Law at University of Louvain, the MicroMasters will count 20 out of 60 credits or 33% of the Masters degree.
Alumni who graduated in international law work as Human Rights Attorneys, Political Scientist, Human Rights Activists, Humanitarian Aid Workers, NGO experts. They work for entities such as Human Rights NGOs, the United Nations, the European Union, ASEAN or become diplomats and embassy staff.