why choose this course:
You will also appreciate the value of modern international law and the substance of comparing schools of thought and through this develop a deep understanding of developments in legal theory and practice.
The programme consists of core and optional modules. The core modules cover scholarly research and the key areas of public international law and comparative jurisprudence. Your option modules cover the areas of international and comparative law.
Uniquely, you can put your learning in to practice by selecting the Clinic option module. This is a suitable short placement relevant to
Costs vary depending on the year you startand whether you're studying full time or part time. So visit www.derby.ac.uk/courses and search for this course to see how much it will cost you.Not specified
You will need:
No work experience is required.
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