Artemio - LLM Law and International Relations
About LLM Law and International Relations
The LLM in International Law and International Relations at Bristol University is the ideal course for students looking to pursue a career in global non-governmental organisations, government departments and international firms, or as international consultants. It is a comprehensive, specialist course that gives students the opportunity to combine modules provided by both the Bristol Law School and the School of Sociology, Politics and International Studies to create a truly unique and exceptional programme of study.
Our LLM is an advanced level, one year course that gives students a detailed insight into the complex world of international law and relations, and enables them to develop in-depth specialist knowledge. It is specially designed to provide students with the foundations they need to build a diverse spectrum of expertise in whatever they wish to study, selecting a number of related units to form the basis of their academic experience.
- General Principles of International Law
- Migration Law and Policy – International, European and Human Rights Dimensions
- International Dispute Settlement
- International Commercial Arbitration
- International Commercial Litigation
- International Law VI: International Law and Human Rights
- International Law of the Sea
- International Law and the Use of Force
- World Trade Law
Students will also complete a 10,000-15,000 word 60 credit-point dissertation, supervised either in the Law School or in the School of Sociology, Politics and International Studies.