Part-time Master of Studies Degree in International Human Rights Law
University of Oxford Department for Continuing Education
A distance-taught and residential 2-year degree course
The Department for Continuing Education at the University of Oxford is offering a part-time degree in Human Rights Law, starting in October 2001.
The course provides a graduate qualification for the career of persons actively involved in the human rights field and combines theory and doctrine of human rights law with advocacy and investigative skills.
The course is taught over the internet and in two residential periods in Oxford of four and six weeks by a team of internationally recognised human rights experts.
Tuition for students beginning the course in the academic year 2001/2002 is GBP5,444 per year. (This does not include accommodation during the residential period in Oxford or college fees.)
Applications should have a LLB or equivalent law degree (in exceptional circumstances, applications from persons with other degrees who have extensive human rights-related experience will be considered). Applicants should also have a high standard of English, (minimum TOEFL 650 or IELTS 7.5).
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