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Leuphana University Lüneburg

International Law of Global Security, Peace and Development [Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Рrοgram]

LL.M. (Master of Laws)
Subjects: Global & European Studies, Peace & Conflict Studies, Development Studies, International Law, LLM, International Security, International Development
LLM
LL.M.
Degree
120
ECTS
English
English only
Language
Winter semester: 25 Jul/31 Aug
Application Deadlines
2 Years (starting: Winter semester)
Duration
€ 4660 / € 9186
Tuition Fees (per semester)
Starting
Winter semester
Application:
directly at University
Study mode:
On campus
Registration Fee & Tuition Information:
UK/EU/EEA/ERASMUS associated country students*: 9,320 € per annum / 8,100 £ per annum (2 year program). International students: 18,372 € per annum / 15,967 £ per annum (2 year program). Tuition Fees are set annually in Euro (€) and are maintained for each student cohort. Fees are converted to £GBP using the Erasmus Mundus approved currency converter. Fees listed cover tuition only. As the program contains various mobility periods, students (funded and self-funded) will need to cover their own airfares between each chosen partner. *Fees paid by Program Country students (EU, EEA [Iceland, Norway, Lichtenstein] and ERASMUS associated countries [Turkey, FYR Macedonia, Serbia]) are the same as those paid bу UK studеnts.

Course Description


You can choose to study at Leuphana University Lüneburg in the 3rd semester. Students who select the Leuphana University of Lüneburg will receive a joint LL.M. in International Law of Global Security, Peace and Development with the University of Glasgow.

Requirements


Qualification Requirements


Previous Degree

Bachelor's degree (or equivalent) in law. The university also considers applications from other subjects, such as politics, international relations, European studies, or war Studies, if at least 50% of the credits are in law.

Entry requirements of partner universities:

In order to select Université libre de Bruxelles in semester 3, you have to:

  1. Hold a master’s degree or equivalent, representing 315 ECTS credits (or 5 distinct years of studies in law).
  2. Have a background in public international law (acquired either during the undergraduate studies or otherwise).
  3. Have passive knowledge of French (however, all assessments can be undertaken in English).

In order to select Radboud University in semester 3, you have to:

  1. Have an undergraduate degree in law with 150 ECTS in legal coursеs.
GPA (German System) 2.40
GPA Comment

A 2.1 Honours degree or non-UK equivalеnt.

Language Requirements


The following certificates are recognised as proof of your language proficience.

languageEnglish
IELTS
min 6.5
Specification: No sub-test less than 6.5.
TOEFL iBT
min 79
Specification: Reading: 19; Listening: 20; Speaking: 20; Writing: 24.
Cambridge
min C1 Advanced (CAE)
Specification: 176 overall; no sub-test less than 169.
Cambridge
min C2 Proficiency (CPE)
Specification: 176 overall; no sub-test less than 169.
PTE Academic
min 59
Specification: No subtest less than: Listening 59; Reading 60; Speaking 59; Writing 74.
Trinity
min ISE II at Distinction with Distinction in all sub-tests.
Does the university recognize "other equivalent language certificates"? no

Additional information:
Check the course website for other certificates accepted.

Application & Admission


Application Deadlines



Special Deadline Case:
Winter semester: Applications deadline for UK self-funding applications is August 25th.

Application Procedure & Selection


Admission Test/Interview:
None
Application:
directly at University
Application Fee:
none

Application Documents


As part of your online application, you also need to submit the following supporting documents:

  1. A copy (or copies) of your official degree certificate(s) (if you have already completed your degree).
  2. A copy (or copies) of your official academic transcript(s), showing full details of subjects studied and grades/marks obtained.
  3. Official English translations of the certificate(s) and transcript(s).
  4. Two reference letters on headed paper (at least one academic and if appropriate, the other from the student’s most recent employer).
  5. Evidence of your English Language ability (if your first language is not English). See the language requirements.
  6. A copy of the photo page of your passport.
  7. A supporting personal statement (max 1,000 words) in which you are asked to detail the following:
    1. the motivation for choosing the ILGSPD program,
    2. your suitability for the ILGSPD program,
    3. An explanation of research interests and placement aims/practice aims, and
    4. a study track preference in semester 3 bearing in mind the undergraduate LLB degree requirements of semester 3 partners RU and ULB.
  8. ILGSPD personal statement form.
  9. ILGSPD Erasmus Mundus scholarship form (required only for scholarship applicatiοns).

Location


1
Leuphana University Lüneburg

Further Information


For more information please check the

Course Website