The International Law course is part of the International Law MicroMasters Program from Université Catholique de Louvain - LouvainX.
As the world becomes more interdependent and more complex, and as new institutions are put in place to make international law more effective, international law has become an exciting, expanding field.
Never before has it been so relied upon, used and developed. Despite their differences in size, power, culture, religion and ideologies, states rely on international law to cooperate and to coexist; they speak the language of international law and international law serves them as an important common language.
What you'll learn:
- How, and by whom, international law is made, by whom it must be respected, and how it is applied
- What happens when binding rules are breached and how is it possible to seek justice in this world
This law course will extensively rely on judgments and advisory opinions of the International Court of Justice (ICJ), which is the principal judicial organ of the United Nations (UN).
Having acquired a basic knowledge of international law, you’ll find it easier to comprehend this subject in future international law sub-fields, like international human rights, international humanitarian law or international investment law.
This course will teach you what international law is, the role it plays in the world today, how it can be used. You will also gain knowledge to help you better discern legal arguments within the flow of international news and reports.
This course is part of the International Law MicroMasters Program that is designed to give learners a critical understanding of how international relations between States and individuals are dealt with, regarding the law.
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- What is International law
- A brief history
- International law as a common language
- International Organizations
- United Nations
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- 3 months
- 6 hrs/week
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DisciplinesInternational Law Civil & Private Law Legal Studies View 3 other Short Courses in Legal Studies in Belgium
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We are not aware of any academic requirements for this programme.
We are not aware of any English requirements for this programme.
- No prior knowledge of international law is required. However, students should be familiar with the requirements of graduate-level courses and should preferably have already followed some law courses in order to be familiar with legal concepts and legal language.
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