Public International Law, 15 Credits

Selected areas of Public International Law are treated. These areas include Public International Law as a legal system (its legal sources, subjects and underlying legal norms), the law of treaties, the UN Charter and its importance for international peace and security, norms related to states and territory, responsibility of state and international organisations, law of the sea, humanitarian law, international criminal law, the relation between international and national law, global and European systems and regulations for the protection of human rights and protection for specific groups and constitutional law for inter-state organisations.

ECTS Credits

15 Credits

Level of education

First cycle, has less than 60 credits in first-cycle course/s as entry requirements (G1F)


School of Behavioural, Social and Legal Sciences

When is the course offered?

Prerequisites: Basic Course in Law, 30 ECTS credits (for exchanges students).

21 ECTS credits from Introduction to Legal Thinking and 7.5 ECTS credits from Administrative Law, 15 ECTS credits (for programme students only).

Selection: Academic points

Course syllabus

Application code: X3810