|Types||Online and Distance Learning|
Oxford Qualification - Part-time
|Start date||Sep 2014|
|Subject area(s)||Human Rights|
|Fees||See Fees section of course website|
|Application status||See course details|
|Application deadline||Fri 24 January 2014|
|Course contact||If you have any questions about this course, please email email@example.com.|
Welcome to the Master's programme in International Human Rights Law at the University of Oxford. This is a part-time degree offered over two academic years. It involves two periods of distance learning via the internet as well as two summer sessions held at New College, Oxford. The degree programme is designed in particular for lawyers and other human rights professionals who wish to pursue advanced studies in international human rights law but may need to do so alongside their work responsibilities.
The aim of the degree programme is to train and support future leaders in the field of international human rights law. A central objective of the course is to ensure that participants not only know but can also use human rights law. The curriculum places roughly equal emphasis on the substance of human rights law, its implementation, and the development of human rights advocacy skills.
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In order to take this course you will need frequent and reliable internet access and a computer meeting our recommended minimum computer specification
. It is possible, with some limitations, to use tablet-style devices; if you intend to use one of these devices please see our mobile devices/iPads/tablet PCs page
. We strongly recommend that students bring their own laptop or mobile device to the summer residential sessions.