The advanced master program, also known as Programme on International and Legal Cooperation (PILC), has a long tradition of excellence, and was created more than 35 years ago. Students completing that program will be awarded a Master in International and European Law (LL.M).
The overall objective of the advanced Master Program is to provide international students with a broad advanced education in international and European law which prepares them for further (PhD) research and/or private/public employment at international legal and policy making levels.
The program is entirely taught in English. Its educational techniques include, in addition to the more traditional forms of lecturing, inter-active class teaching and joint discussions on case studies and practical cases that may arise in day to day professional life. The program is internationally recognized for its high calibre teaching staff, bringing to the classroom a multitude of academic qualities and practical experiences.