(Image: The European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg, France, is one of many international human rights entities within Europe)
The LLM programme in International Human Rights Law will ultimately help prepare graduates for a (legal) career in performing human rights related assignments in governmental or EU institutions and ministries, the UN or other international organizations, non-governmental organizations (such as Amnesty International or Greenpeace), in the international commercial sector, internationally operating enterprises, and academic institutions.
Below you will see a distribution of the different arenas where past students are currently working. And here you can read about the career paths of our Faculty international graduates, for example a graduate of this programme who works at a Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and another who pursued a PhD.
Further, all students have access to the university Careers Services Law which can help them in finding and preparing for internships and employment.
Do you have a question about an LLM programme? Contact the Faculty of Law directly through our information request form.
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