Course in International Law

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International Law

There are several different courses that students can enroll in to gain knowledge about a particular subject. During a course, students participate in lectures, take quizzes, and/or receive assessments. After completing the class, it is common for students to receive credit towards graduation, a certificate, and/or a grade.

What is a course in International Law?  This program is designed to teach students about the different aspects of international law. Criminal law and world policies are usually discussed. In addition, the class may review the challenges that arise from international genocides, war crimes, piracy, and terrorism. Students can learn how legal action is taken to minimize these problems. Important cases throughout history are usually reviewed during this course. Typically, there are no prerequisites for enrollment, and all backgrounds are welcome to participate.

There are many benefits to participating in this course. If you plan on pursuing a legal career, this class can help you understand how the law works. This study program might also benefit students interested in pursuing careers in government.

The cost of taking a course varies depending on the one in which you enroll. Since there are schools around the globe, it is hard to determine a specific cost for tuition. However, most students feel their time in the classroom is very rewarding and find it to be a valuable investment into their future.

Students who take a course in International Law are typically pursuing an undergraduate degree. After graduation, they might pursue a job or continue their schooling and study at law school. People who take this type of course may be interested in a career in law, politics, government, defense, or research. There are multiple opportunities for work depending on your skillset.

If you are interested in studying this subject, it is important to find the right course online. Search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.

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Bar Professional Training Course (BPTC ) - part-time

The University of Law
Campus Part time 22 months September 2017 United Kingdom Birmingham London + 1 more

If you have a law degree or GDL and wish to train as a barrister, our BPTC is designed to help you secure pupillage. You can expect high standards of tutoring by qualified practitioners with unparalleled experience in delivering advocacy. [+]

Best Course Studies in International Law 2017/2018. Bar Professional Training Course (BPTC ) - part-time If you have a law degree or GDL and wish to train as a barrister, our BPTC is designed to help you secure pupillage. You can expect high standards of tutoring by qualified practitioners with unparalleled experience in delivering advocacy. Choose our BPTC LLM and make your pupillage applications stand out - working on real life pro bono legal cases. You’ll be supported by our specialist careers service from the moment you accept your place. Our track record says it all - of our 2016 Full-time UK/EEA graduates, 66% have gained a pupillage within 12 months of completing the course. Furthermore, for that year, 22% of our full-time graduates obtained an 'Outstanding' grade, which is considerably more than the national average of 13%. Course Requirements To be eligible to take up your place, you must comply with the requirements for commencing a Bar Professional Training Course (BPTC) set out by the Bar Standards Board (BSB). The Academic Stage Handbook on the BSB’s website gives you full information about these requirements. You will be required to pass the Bar Standards Board aptitude test by 30 September 2017 (known as the Bar Course Aptitude Test - BCAT). Further details on this test can be found on the Bar Standards Board website You will need either a qualifying law degree (QLD) 2:1 minimum or an undergraduate degree in any other subject (2:1 minimum*) and a Graduate Diploma in... [-]

Bar Professional Training Course (BPTC ) - full-time

The University of Law
Campus Full time 10 months September 2017 United Kingdom Birmingham Leeds London + 2 more

If you have a law degree or GDL and wish to train as a barrister, our BPTC is designed to help you secure pupillage. You can expect high standards of tutoring by qualified practitioners with unparalleled experience in delivering advocacy. [+]

Bar Professional Training Course (BPTC ) - full-time If you have a law degree or GDL and wish to train as a barrister, our BPTC is designed to help you secure pupillage. You can expect high standards of tutoring by qualified practitioners with unparalleled experience in delivering advocacy. Choose our BPTC LLM and make your pupillage applications stand out - working on real life pro bono legal cases. You’ll be supported by our specialist careers service from the moment you accept your place. Our track record says it all - of our 2016 Full-time UK/EEA graduates, 66% have gained a pupillage within 12 months of completing the course. Furthermore, for that year, 22% of our full-time graduates obtained an 'Outstanding' grade, which is considerably more than the national average of 13%. Course Requirements To be eligible to take up your place, you must comply with the requirements for commencing a Bar Professional Training Course (BPTC) set out by the Bar Standards Board (BSB). The Academic Stage Handbook on the BSB’s website gives you full information about these requirements. You will be required to pass the Bar Standards Board aptitude test by 30 September 2017 (known as the Bar Course Aptitude Test - BCAT). Further details on this test can be found on the Bar Standards Board website You will need either a qualifying law degree (QLD) 2:1 minimum or an undergraduate degree in any other subject (2:1 minimum*) and a Graduate Diploma in Law/CPE For qualifying law degrees, all offers... [-]

Mergers & Acquisitions

Executive M.B.L.HSG, University of St. Gallen
Campus Full time 5 - 6  September 2018 Germany Frankfurt am Main Switzerland St.Gallen + 2 more

Mergers and Acquisitions are among the most important capital market transactions. They require close collaboration between experts working in management and strategy, and the experts mastering the legal aspects of the changes. [+]

Best Course Studies in International Law 2017/2018. Mergers and Acquisitions are among the most important capital market transactions. They require close collaboration between experts working in management and strategy, and the experts mastering the legal aspects of the changes. Thus, M&A pose the highest requirements in the area of strategic and financial management as well as in human resources. M&A will often be carried out by specialized teams. Many of these are based in Frankfurt a.M. – the location of the M&A module of the Executive M.B.L-HSG. Experts will offer their insight from several perspectives, amended by discussion of best practices and case studies. International Company Law M&A Management Introduction M&A Agreement M&A Process Restructuring Firms and Labor Law Forms of Acquisition Structuring and Financing of Transactions Tax Planning with a special focus on M&A Contract Negotiation, Signing, and Closing Acquisition for Growth Valuation Distressed Assets Equity Capital Markets and Stock Exchange Listings [-]

Thematic Seminar: International Criminal Law and Transitional Justice

CERAH - The Geneva Centre for Education and Research in Humanitarian Action
Campus Full time 1 - 1 week April 2018 Switzerland Geneva

Explores the historical and theoretical foundations of criminal and transitional justice efforts and provides participants with an introduction to judicial and non-judicial mechanisms available to ensure accountability, serve justice and achieve reconciliation. [+]

25 - 29 April 2016 The thematic seminar on International Criminal Law and Transitional Justice presents an introduction of international criminal law and international transitional law. In addition to giving participants a historical and theoretical overview of these branches of law, it offers a critical approach to international justice - today primarily presented as criminal law. It is organized in sessions with experts on international and transitional law and related fields. Both organizers and external experts will present current projects they are working on, relevant topics and institutions. Moreover, criminal and transitional cases will be discussed and analysed, e.g. Hissene Habre Case, Milosevic Cases, etc. Students are expected to participate in discussion and analysis of cases. COURSE OBJECTIVES By the end of the seminar, participants will be able to: Identify key norms and instruments of international criminal law and transitional justice Apply the law in concrete situations and use it to support victims of injustice CERTIFICATION Each seminar corresponds to 2 ECTS credits and is recognized by the University of Geneva and the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies. [-]