University of Canterbury
College of Arts
International Law and Politics
PhD: Doctor of Philosophy - Political Science, MILP: Master of International Law and Politics; ;LLM(ILAP): Master of Laws - International Law and Politics
UC's Masters degrees in International Law and Politics are 12-month qualifications that are partly taught and partly research based, and examine the international order from two distinct perspectives: law and politics. They provide a good foundation of knowledge for entry into specialised legal practice, the diplomatic service, the military, non-governmental organisations, intergovernmental organisations, academia and cognate disciplines. Please see our entry for Political Science for details of PhD study - international students only pay domestic fees for study at PhD level.