SpainUniversidad Católica San Antonio de MurciaMasters

International Criminal Law and Legal Cooperation

With this master's degree, the aim is to publicize the set of rules that regulate this new branch of Law, which are scattered in different international instruments, such as treaties, resolutions, or declarations of different specialized bodies of the United Nations.

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Duration
1 year
Tuition Fee
€3,499.8 full program
Level
Masters
Attendance
E-learning
Format
Full Time

Description

About the Department

Graduates and graduates, in the branch of legal sciences, who prove previous knowledge in criminal, procedural, international public, and constitutional law.

Military personnel, specifically officers of the Officers Scale of the Armed Forces and Common Defense Corps or with equivalent qualifications, with prior knowledge of the law.

Civil Guard officers and inspectors of the National Police Corps: so that they can acquire knowledge in a matter as important as International Criminal Law.

Objectives

With this master's degree, the aim is to publicize the set of rules that regulate this new branch of Law, which are scattered in different international instruments, such as treaties, resolutions, or declarations of different specialized bodies of the United Nations. All this legal system constitutes a system characterized by the note of statehood because even when it finds its theoretical foundation in the international legal system (what is called international criminal law), it is based, from a practical point of view, on the foundations of the legislation and internal jurisdictions of the States.

Career Opportunities:

Passing this master's degree entails the acquisition of the necessary skills so that practicing lawyers can intervene in those judicial proceedings that have as their object any of the crimes defined in international criminal regulations and also know how to adequately use the existing procedural instruments related to international legal cooperation.

For the personnel of the National Police Corps and members of the higher ranks of officers of the Civil Guard and the Armed Forces, passing this master's degree will not only allow them to carry out their professional responsibilities more adequately but also by being an official master's degree will grant you a series of points that will be beneficial for professional advancement.

Why UCAM?

With the UCAM you can study for the Master's Degree in International Criminal Law and International Legal Cooperation at a distance. This is an advantage for those people who, for work or personal reasons, cannot attend classes regularly. The online modality offers a methodology adapted to your lifestyle, since you will be the one who decides how and when to study. In addition, at UCAM, we support you with a personal tutor with whom to resolve possible doubts.

Requirement

Applicants must possess a bachelor's degree with CGPA > 2.50/4.00 OR 3.0-3.5/5.00

A copy of your international Passport Bio-Data Page.

WAEC Certificate

Undergraduate Certificate (ND & HND)

Undergraduate Transcript  (ND & HND)

Passport Photograph

English Proficiency TOEFL (60 IBT), IELTS (5.5)

Curriculum Vitae

Two reference letters.

Statement of Purpose in English (A letter that states the Applicant’s Purpose for choosing the Program ).

Fees


Pre-Inscription fee: 200€


Tuition Fee €3,499.8 full program
Application Fee €0
Acceptance Fee €0
Housing Fee €300- €500 monthly
Living Fee €200- €300 monthly

Addition Information

DegreeMSC
Duration1 year
AttendanceE-learning
LevelMasters
Country🇪🇸 Spain
Campuses
Main Campus
FormatFull Time
Intakes
Fall 2023, Fall 2024, Fall 2024, Fall 2023
Study LanguageSpanish
Application Fee€0

€3,499.8 full program

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