Master Thesis in Public International Law
15 credits cr.
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Master Thesis in Public International Law is the final course in the master's programme in International Law.
The course Master Thesis in Public International Law is given within the framework of the Master of Laws Programme in International Law at the Department of Law, Stockholm University.
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This course is the final course in the Master of Laws Programme in International Law. During the course, students will carry out an independent project, qualifying them to conduct further research in the field. Students will plan and write an essay in a clearly defined subject area within international law. Compared to the courses offered during the first semester of the master's programme in international law, this last course aims to further develop and deepen both method and subject-matter.
The research project will consist of a single coherent thesis and shall not be divided into different memoranda. The thesis is an individual research project and as such shall be written independently.
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Syllabus - Master Thesis in Public International Law
Instruction is given in the form of seminars, lectures and thesis supervision. The thematic focus of the thesis, as well as the relevant supervisor, are decided upon during the previous elective specialisation course.
Examination is carried out when students present and defend their thesis at an examination seminar. The final grade in the course is based on the thesis.
During the course, registered students will receive additional course information on the Athena learning platform.
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International LL.M. Studies