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Curriculum Structure

The curriculum has four components

  • Core courses
  • Elective courses
  • Field work (including an external internship)
  • Dissertation

These components are arranged in the following manner:

Semester (1) (2)
Taught Courses
(Core and Elective)
Law and Justice in a Globalising World
(4 Credits)
Comparative Public Law/Systems of Governance
(4 Credits)
Law and Development
(4 Credits)
Elective Course 2
(3 Credits)
Research Methods and Legal Writing
(4 Credits)
Elective Course 3
(3 Credits)
Elective Course 1
(3 Credits)
Field work
(including an external internship)
(Runs across the length of the programme)
(6 Credits)
Dissertation (Runs across the length of the programme)
(5 Credits)
Total Number of Credits = 4 * 4 (Core courses) + 3 * 3 (Elective courses) + 5 (Dissertation) + 6 (Field work) = 36


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