- Initial training - Continuing education
- 1 year
This course, which includes both a research and a professional dimension, aims to train specialists with expertise in several fundamental fields of international law.
This training enables students to prepare for the following jobs:
- Lecturer or university professor .
- Lawyer with a specialisation in international litigation .
- Lawyer in the State administration, especially in the legal services of institutions working in the field of international relations .
- Lawyer in international multilateral and regional organisations .
- Lawyer in non-governmental organisations
Candidates should have a strong background in public international law or international relations.
Candidates are invited to have their skills in the foreign languages of their choice assessed and, where appropriate, upgraded, with certain courses and exercises being carried out in those languages.
- FDSP, Aix-en-Provence
LEARNING AND RESEARCH
The course involves the completion of several personal assignments, in the form of written reports and oral presentations. The students are also invited to write, depending on the option chosen, an internship report or a research dissertation which will be defended. Students are also required to attend scientific events related to the field of international law.
PROFESSIONAL SKILLS TO BE ACQUIRED
The course prepares students to master the skills that are essential for their professional integration into academic and international professional environments. In particular, it provides them with a solid knowledge of legal issues and regimes, as well as methodological skills enabling them to meet the expectations common to the various professional sectors related to international law.
The course is designed to provide students with the knowledge and skills they need to succeed in their professional careers.
- In-depth knowledge of several selected areas of international law .
- Understanding of political and legal issues specific to international relations .
- Maîtricity of procedural and litigation aspects
- Maîtrise des méthodes of research, argumentation, writing and speaking in relation to the expectations of international circles
- Ability to manage and resolve disputes in relation to international law .
- Ability to work in foreign languages (English + one other language) .
INTERNSHIPS AND SUPERVISED PROJECTS
The course allows students to carry out an internship related to their training in international law. This internship, which is optional, covers a minimum duration of 12 weeks and gives rise to the drafting and defence of a report. The internship must be carried out in the second semester (contact the school for the exact dates for the current year).
SPECIFIC TEACHING CONDITIONS
The course articulates thematic teachings in the form of lectures, seminars allowing a deepening of knowledge through readings and discussions, conferences of actuality, personal research works as well as various workshops allowing to put into practice the acquired knowledge from concrete situations.
SEEKED CAREERSInformation non disponible
LEARNING COURSES LIST
The course offers students two international exchange programs.
- The agreement with the University of Ottawa allows students in the international law course to spend their second semester in Canada to receive a double degree;The second semester of the International Law programme allows students to spend their second semester in Canada to obtain a double degree (Master 2 delivered by the University of Aix-Marseille; LLM delivered by the University of Ottawa).
Other international partnerships are being developed.
- Sophie GRIMWOOD , Email: firstname.lastname@example.org, tél. : +33 (0)4 42 17 29 55, Aix-Marseille Université - Faculté de Droit et de Science Politique - Espace René Cassin (4e étage) - Bureau 4.9 - 3, Avenue Robert Schuman - 13628 Aix-en-Provence Cedex 1 - France