Master of International Human Rights and Humanitarian Law
Requirements for admission are:
- a university degree in law or an equivalent qualification
- a certified copy of the degree(s) in German, English or French must be submitted with the application form.
- Prospective students should have adequate aptitude in English, both spoken and written, to be able to read academic literature, write academic papers, and engage competently in academic discourse; this can be satisfied by:
- a test result of at least 93 in TOEFL IBT, 180 Cambridge Advanced Certificate (C1) or IELTS grade of at least average 7, but no less 6,5 for each component; or
- school education in English of at least four years’ duration; or
- equivalent evidence, e.g. school education, studies, or professional career in English.
German language proficiency is not required to take part in the program
- at least one year’s practical professional experience
- this must be demonstrated by submission of an appropriate certificate or other confirmation of a relevant employer or organisation
- exemptions from this requirement may be granted by the Examinations Committee
- payment of the tuition fees in accordance with the Fees Regulations of the Viadrina European University.