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Public International Law (LLM) - Students can no longer enrol

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Public International Law (Research Master's)

Termination of Research Master's Public International Law

The Amsterdam Law School has decided that after 1 September 2019 students can no longer enrol in the two-year Research Master's in Public International Law since this programme will be terminated as of 1 September 2022. The Amsterdam Law School continues to recognise the quality of this programme and its graduates. 

Applicants who apply before the deadline of April 1 2019 for enrolment in the September 2019 programme and who meet the formal admission criteria will be admitted to the selection procedure, with no guarantee of admission to the programme. Applicants who are admitted to the programme and decide to start the programme, will be given the opportunity to complete it within the nominal study period + 1 year. After that the Law School will no longer be able to offer them these courses and it will no longer be possible to take the relevant exams. The deadline for graduation as a student of the current Research Master's programme Public International Law is 31 August 2022.