Boost your career with full International Law Certificate program.
Come and discover a complete program to put you in the context of international law, its branches, its sources, its organizations, etc.: International LAW Certificate Program!
Are the financial investment and the entry requirements justified? All in all, is an professional certificate degree worth it?
If you’re preparing to enter the competitive diplomatic, political or humanitarian world of today, we believe it is.
So, what can you do with a Certificate? A Certificate program in International Law will offer you a wealth of advantages, especially when it’s from a well-regarded school. Getting a high Master salary after graduation, landing a management position, developing a strong professional network, or even becoming your own boss are just a few of the advantages of studying a Program degree abroad.
History of International Law
Definition & sources of International Law
The nature and development of International Law
States in International Law
Spatial definition of states
Nonstate actors in International Law
Foundation of International Law
The Nature of International Law
The basis of International Law
History and structure of International Law
International Law & municipal law
Justiciability, act of State and other doctrines
Branches of International Law: Examples
Branches of International Law
The law of State responsibility
The law of sea
Air law and Space law
International environmental law
Duration of the course:
The duration depends on the time that the student can allocate. On the basis of 4 hours of work per week, the course can be completed, including the report, in 2 to 3 months.
There are no application fees.
The course fee is only 49.99 Euros!
What are the dates for the next session?
Our campus is accessible throughout the year. You can start on any date that suits you.
You will have an entire calendar year (12 months) to complete the course.
Hi, I’m Sarah J., from Ghana
By registering for the course “Foundation of International Law”, I opened my horizons and learned a lot. Now, I’m working in a humanitarian NGO.