Length: Two academic years
Modes of teaching: Distance learning with two full-time summer residential sessions held in Oxford.
Residential sessions: first summer July-August (five weeks); second summer July-August (four weeks)
Time commitment: 15-20 hours/week for distance learning; full-time for summer residential sessions
Qualification: Master of Studies (MSt) in International Human Rights Law
Fees: The total annual fees for 2018-19 will be set out in the funding and costs section of our course pages in the Graduate Studies Prospectus from 1 September 2017. The fees include tuition fees, college fees, compulsory reading materials, accommodation & meals during summer sessions. Fees for 2019-20 will be higher due to annual fee increases. Please see guidance on likely increases to fees and charges.
Application deadline: 12 noon UK time (midday) Friday 19 January 2018 for the course starting September 2018.