|Study location||Latvia, Riga|
International Law 10.2 (ISCED 3802)
Public law (JACS M210)
|Nominal duration||1 year (60 ECTS)|
|Awards||LL.M. (LL.M. (Master of Laws))|
|Tuition fee||€5,500 per year|
|Application fee||€100 one-time|
|Registration fee||€149.99 one-time
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Undergraduate diploma (or higher)
Available to individuals with at least 240 ECTS credits (160 Latvian credits) Bachelor, Masters, or equivalent degree in law or related fields, on condition that basic knowledge in law and corresponding work experience is acquired.
The entry qualification documents are accepted in any language
Please provide the secondary school leaving certificate in the original language. If the diploma is not issued in English, a certified translation should be provided. The document must be legalised/apostilled.
You must take the original entry qualification documents along with you when you finally go to the university.
It is necessary to have notarized certified documents translated, legalized and apostilled.
Applications are NOT accepted from the following territories (based on citizenship): Bangladesh, Iraq, Pakistan, Yemen.
One of next variants, if you have no any of this certificates you can pass University or Baltic Center Exams:
As the teaching language is English, students must demonstrate a strong command of the language. Students whose native language is English or have completed their schooling or first degree at an English-speaking university or institution are generally exempt from the language requirement.
A motivation letter must be added to your application.
Designed at the intersection of public international law and human rights law, this masters programme offers an in-depth look at the fundamental legal issues of the two specialisations as well as their interaction. Leveraging the extensive human rights law expertise of RGSL faculty, the master’s programme prepares students to work with international law and human rights spheres both at national and international levels.
The programme explores legal issues surrounding sovereignty, fundamental rights, state responsibility, criminality. In addition the programme focuses on international institutions, courts and arbitral bodies involved in the creation of global rules in the area of human rights.
The one year masters programme consists of 60 ECTS of theoretical study within each course track of which 30 ECTS are devoted to a thesis. Following successful completion, students are awarded a Masters degree (LL.M) in Public International Law and Human Rights.