Public International Law

On campus learning,

Full Time,

Master's Degree

The total service fee for this program:

€ 299

Pre payment for this program:

€ 99

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ABOUT

Studying master’s in public international law in University of Oslo, Norway:

The LL.M. programme in Public International Law offers a contemporary programme which addresses global governance trends and offers students competence in fields which will promote careers in international public and private institutions within three core specialisations:

1) Security, Peace & International Law

2) Gender, Peace, Development & Environment

3) International Economic Law & Sustainable Development

 

Necessary information:

  • Duration: 1.5 years
  • Degree awarded by: University of Oslo
  • Admission criteria: Bachelor’s degree
  • Language of instruction: English
  • Credits: 90
  • Format: Full-time
  • Tuition fee: 180,000

 

Curriculum:

LL.M. in PIL with programme option in Security, Peace & International Law.

Core courses/semi mandatory courses:

  •  International Humanitarian Law (The Law of Armed Conflict)
  •  International Criminal Law
  • Human Rights and Counter-Terrorism: Striking a Balance? (this course offered every other year)
  •  International Law of Peace (this course offered every other year)
  •  Privacy and Data Protection
  • Cybersecurity Regulation

Additional Electives:

  •  Robot Regulation
  •  A Criminology of Globalization
  •  International Environmental Law and Sustainability
  •  International Climate Change and Energy Law
  • Energy Law
  •  Refugee and Asylum Law
  •  Moot Court

LL.M. in PIL with programme option in Gender, Peace, Development & Environment

Core courses:

  •  Public International Law (mandatory course)
  •  Gender and Society
  •  Gender Equality in the Nordic Countries
  •  Gender, Peace and Conflict
  • Women’s Law and Human Rights
  •  International Law of Peace (course offered every other year)
  • Refugee and Asylum Law
  •  International Environmental Law and Sustainability
  •  International Climate Change and Energy Law
  •  Interdisciplinary Research Methodologies and Thesis Writing Course for Gender Studies

Elective courses:

  • Criminological Perspectives on Gender, Sexuality and Violence
  • Human Rights and Sustainable Development: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Theory and Practices
  • Moot Court
  • JUS5570 – International Criminal Law
  • JUS5503 – Human Rights and Counter-Terrorism: Striking a Balance? (course offered every other year)
  • SUM4032 – Development and Sustainability in Contemporary Asia: Connections, Contradictions and Change

LL.M. in PIL with programme option in International Economic Law & Sustainable Development

Core courses:
The following courses are mandatory:

  •  Public International Law (mandatory course)
  • International Trade Law (mandatory course)
  •  International Investment Law (mandatory course)

Elective courses:

  •  Moot Court
  •  International Commercial Law
  •  English Law of Contract
  •  Maritime Law – Contracts (discontinued)
  • Energy Law
  • International Environmental Law and Sustainability
  • Sustainable Business, Finance & Circular Economy   (new course starting autumn 2023)
  •  Business and Human Rights
  • Human Rights and Sustainable Development: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Theory and Practices
  • International Climate Change and Energy Law

 

Career opportunity:

The knowledge acquired during the Master of Laws programme will be useful for careers worldwide as legal advisors in inter-governmental organisations (such as the UN, NATO, OSCE), non-governmental organisations (such as Amnesty International, Human Rights House and the like), state administrations (Refugee Council of Norway, Norwegian Immigration Authorities (UDI), universities, companies and private law firms.

PIL Specialization: Security, Peace & International Law

Graduates may pursue careers within the Ministries of Justice, Defence,
or Foreign Affairs, as well as Police, Counterterror & Intelligence agencies, Security Risk
Corporations, and international criminal courts.

PIL Specialization: Gender, Peace, Development, & Environment

Graduates may pursue careers within Ministries of Foreign Affairs, Environment, Human Rights NGOs, Development Agencies, and international and national organizations working with Gender, Peace, Development, and Environment.

PIL Specialization: International Economic Law & Sustainable Development

Graduates may pursue careers within Ministries of Trade or Foreign Affairs, as well international law firms, investment companies, and NGOs working with Trade and Development Issues.

 

Application Requirements:

  • Language proficiency
  • Secondary education and Higher education
  • Financing:

Financing should be documented with one of the following documents:

  1. A recent official bank statement or bank transcript in your own name. The bank statement or bank transcript can show any currency, as long as it is clear from the statement/transcript which currency is being used.
  2. A letter confirming that you are eligible for a scholarship or student loan from your home country.
  3. A sponsor guarantee letter and a sponsor’s recent official bank statement/transcript.
  4. Documentation of financing should not be older than three months at the time of the application, and must be uploaded to the application portal within the application deadline. All documents must be in English or a Scandinavian language.
  • Identification: Passport or ID card
  • Translation of documents: Official translations must accompany any document in which the original language is not English or a Scandinavian language.

 

English language requirements:

   Language Test   Overall Score
TOEFL iBT/ TOEFL iBT home Edition minimum total score of 90 with at least 19 in reading, 20 in listening, 20 in speaking and 24 in writing.
IELTS academic/ IELTS online minimum overall score at least 6.5 in each component
Pearson: PET academic/PET academic online minimum overall score 62 with at least 58 in each component

 

Deadlines and intakes:

Regester as a student and pay the semester fee:

  • Spring: 1 February
  • Autumn: 1 September

Semester dates

  • Spring 2023: 9 January-16 June
  • Autumn 2023: 14 August-21 Desember

Dates related to this program:

(EU) students:

  • Application portal opens: 1 February
  • Application deadline: 1 March
  • Study programme starts: August

None-EU students:

  • Application portal opens: 15 October
  • Application deadline: 15 November
  • Study programme starts: August

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Expenses (NOK)

Tuition

180,000

NOK

Application Fee

0

NOK

Program expenses

University & General Expenses

Living expenses: 12,500 / Monthly
Housing: 22,000 / per Semester
Food: 19,000 / per Semester
Books & Supplies: 5,000 / per Semester
Transportation: 3,500 / per Semester
Other expenses: 12,500 / per Semester

REQUIREMENTS

Minimum Level of Education
Min GPA (max=100)

80

TOEFL iBT
90
IELTS academic
6.5
PTE
62

accommodation

  • Student cabins:

Anyone can rent a student cabin. The cabins are run by various student associations, and you must contact the individual cabin to see if it is vacant.

  • Housing through SiO:

All students admitted to degree studies or exchange programs at the University of Oslo can apply for student housing through SiO Housing. Unfortunately, due to limited number of available student housing, we cannot confirm that all international students will be guaranteed housing through SiO.

As an international master student you will be on UiOs prioritised housing list, given that you have applied for SiO housing within the deadline and followed our guidelines on how to apply for housing. Please note that if you have accepted a housing offer and choose not to come, you must notify SiO housing and cancel your housing contract. Failure to do so may result in a fee.

  • Furnished or unfurnished room?

Master’s degree students can apply for furnished or unfurnished single room. Please note that the type of room is subject to availability. You are not guaranteed a furnished room.

  • All furnished rooms include a bed, closet, desk, chair, bookshelf, and a table.
  • All unfurnished single rooms are unequipped. You will have to obtain essentials such as a bed, desk, chair etc. on your own.

The price of rent will vary depending on location, room size and whether you have shared kitchen/bathroom facilities or not. Most students pay somewhere between NOK 4,000 and 7,000 NOK in rent on a monthly basis. There are many options around Oslo for accommodation other than the university housing:

  • Citybox Oslo: This hotel in the center of Oslo is more like a self-service supermarket. There’s no reception desk. You book a room by phone or online and collect a keycard and pay at the hotel terminal. There’s no room cleaning service for shorter stays but you can order this for an extra charge. Rates from NOK 590.
  • P-Hotels: Very nice location in the middle of the city centre. Breakfast is a drink and sandwich delivered to your door. Single room from NOK 799.
  • Perminalen: This hotel opened in 1954 for Norwegian soldiers on leave in the capital. It’s now available for anyone to book. The rooms are basic but of a high standard including en suite and TV. Single rooms from NOK 685.

After Graduation

Norway is generally considered an attractive country for international students with high-quality education and a range of scholarships.
However, students coming to the country often get the right to stay here through a study permit.

While the study permit is only a temporary residence option, several permit options are available to those who are about to graduate from a Norwegian university. “Several residence permits can be applied for after achieving a degree or diploma in Norway that may give the applicant a continued stay in Norway based on a new residence permit.

  • Job seeker permits: this permit may be granted to students who have recently graduated in Norway, permit has a maximum duration of one year, and the purpose of the stay must be being a job seeker for skilled work.
  • Residence permits for skilled workers: It’s important to know that this is a work permit which requires that the applicant is ‘skilled,’ and it comes with the condition that the applicant has a Bachelor’s degree as a minimum and that the offered work in Norway is relevant and requires the applicant’s competence and higher education.
  • Study/researcher permits: If a student is admitted to a study program of a higher level than their previous level of studies, a “renewed residence permit as a student may be granted.” PhD Studies or researcher work with own funds/employed researcher work may also “give grounds for a new residence permit if the conditions are considered as met.” However, if a student fails to fulfil the conditions to be granted a new residence permit, they must leave Norway after completing their studies.
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Public International Law

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Master's Degree

University of Oslo

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  • For applicants under the age of 18, parents or legal guardian must sign the agreement, and if the applicant under the age of 18 signs the agreement, it is considered as invalid.

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Tuition
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180,000

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Application Fee

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Minimum Level of Education
Min GPA (max=100)

80