The Bachelor of Arts in International Law is a four-year globally accredited program that offers a contemporary and interdisciplinary education in international relations, with a specific emphasis on international law. This program delves into the legal responsibilities that govern global interactions between countries, highlighting how international politics operate within legal frameworks and treaties. The concentration explores the underlying principles of international legal agreements, providing examples from diverse applications and addressing the intricate complexities of justice.
The program thoroughly explores a range of global issues, encompassing human rights, international crime, international waters, world trade, warfare, and migration. Upon completion, students acquire the ability to critically analyze and tackle contemporary international challenges, including but not limited to global inequalities, economic dependency, conflict and security, and globalization. This includes an in-depth understanding of the evolving roles played by organizations such as the United Nations, NATO, and the European Union.
Graduates of the International Law program are well-equipped for roles within government departments, specializing in international relations, European integration, and legal reconciliation. Career paths also extend to opportunities in private law firms dealing with international business transactions, international non-profit organizations, and intergovernmental organizations. It’s important to note that the program is conducted in English.