Please note: Students can no longer enrol in the two-year Research Master's in Information Law and Public International Law since these programmes will be terminated as of 1 September 2022.
This Research Master's programme trains students for a career as a researcher, either inside or outside academia. Students also learn the skills needed to write a dissertation. Due to a combination of training in substantive law, analytical skills and theoretical reflection, students will have excellent prospects or various types of intellectually demanding careers in public international law. Graduates can expect to work for international organisations, government institutions, universities, international and domestic courts, and law firms.
The Netherlands organisation for international cooperation in higher education (Nuffic) has compiled a website about finding a job in the Netherlands for international students.