Human Rights and Migration

The Master’s specialisation in Human Rights and Migration is an LL.M programme with a course load of 60 EC* (one-year). All the courses are 7 EC and the Master’s thesis is 18 EC. You will be attending 6 courses in total.

Period

Course

Code

EC

Compulsory courses
1 Protection of Human Rights in International Law JUR-4PROTHR 7
1 European Immigration Law JUR-4EUIMML 7
1 + 2 Advanced Notions of International and European Law *
Incl. Workshop writing legal papers*

JUR-4ADNOTION

JUR-4LEGALPAPERS

6

1

Semi-optional courses (min 1, max 3)
1 Public International Law Advanced JUR-4PINLADV 7
1 EU External Relations Law JUR-4EXRELL 7
1 (+ 2) European Law Moot Court Competition JUR-4EURLMC 7
1 (+ 2) International Moot Court Competition JUR-4INTLMC 7
2 European and Comparative Refugee Law JUR-4EUCRL 7
2 Judicial Protection in the EU JUR-4JUPEUR 7
Optional courses
1 Law and Society JUR-4LAWSOCIETY 7
1 International Arbitration JUR-4INTARBITRAT 7
2 Accountability for Human Rights Violations JUR-4HRVIOLATION 7

2

1

Key concepts in the Philosophy of Law or Philosophy of International Law

JUR-4KEYPHILO

JUR-4SYSRF

7

7

1-2

Radboud Law Clinic

JUR-4LAWCLIN

7

2 Comparative Constitutional Law JUR-4CMPCONL 7
2 Digital Dispute Resolution JUR-4DIGIDISPUTE 7
2 European Internal Market Law JUR-4MARKET 7
2 European Employment Law JUR-4EUEMPL 7
2 International and European Environmental and Sustainability Law JUR-4ENVISUSLAW 7
2 Privacy en gegevensbeschermingsrecht (in Dutch) JUR-4PRIVACY 7
- max 21 EC courses from abroad, based on the examination board’s permission: subjects, appropriate for the specialisation, which have been successfully completed at a university (abroad) with which the faculty has a collaborative agreement.
Master's thesis 18

* Students in this specialisation of the Master International and European Law who have completed the Bachelor European Law School do not follow Advanced Notions of International and European Law. Instead, they choose an extra semi-optional course.