Llm in international law in University of malta
The objective of the course is to present a record of original work, or an ordered and critical evaluation of materials relating to the chosen area of research. A small part of the course is devoted to a taught module discussing contemporary issues in International Law. Through supervised research (on either a part- or full-time basis) students should become equipped with a sound understanding of their chosen topic and advanced research and writing skills. The aim is also to encourage appreciation of the relevant rules of the international legal regime.
The Bachelor degree in the same or in a closely related area of study as that applied for, with an average mark of not less than 55% in that area, TOEFL ibT of 95, IELTS of 6.5, Cambridge Advanced Certificate, SELT pass
International Lawyer, Corporate Lawyer, Diplomat , Policy Advisor, Legal Advisor, Mediator