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.
- a high level of motivation to participate in the programme
- a statement of motivation must be provided within the application form
- 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
- the support of two independent referees from two different institutions or organisations
- payment of the tuition fees in accordance with the Fees Regulations of the Viadrina European University.