Why study the Master's Degree in Human Rights
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This master's degree allows access to the Doctoral Programme in Law for those who wish in the future to devote themselves to teaching and academic research.
The programme is also intended to be of use to students who wish to obtain a solid training in order to engage in practical analysis in the field of human rights in national and international associations and institutions, both public and private.
School One of the priorities of development is to promote the professional development of its students. To this end, the Careers Office provides personalised attention. In this way, financial aid helps students to design their career path, and provides guidance on career opportunities once they have completed the Master's degree.
The student can also count on the support of Career Services, whose aim is to serve as a point of meeting between business and the University, with 25 years of experience in managing employment and internships for students.
The students of Master's Degree in Human Rights will be able to carry out extracurricular internships at the Inter-American Court of Human Rights, the Central American Court of Justice, the Mexican Federal Administrative Court, the Fernando Pombo Foundation and the Latin American Center for Human Rights (CLADH).
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From the beginning of the course, student will have a tutor who will personalise the training process and researcher.
The student will learn the methodology of legal research from an interdisciplinary group and will learn how to prepare legal papers as well as the conditions for publishing in the best specialised journals, both in Spanish and in the English-speaking world.
Both in the specifically methodological modules and in the rest of the subjects, classes will be based on the active participation of students, which will enable them to acquire the necessary tools for the oral and written presentation and defence of arguments.
The academic staff is highly interdisciplinary and the programme will be useful for students with different backgrounds and interests: legal philosophers, internationalists or constitutionalists, as well as future researchers or teachers from other legal fields.
The student will benefit from a partly international teaching staff, the teaching of some subjects in English and the possibility of carrying out the Master's thesis in foreign centres if required by subject.
Students who wish to do so will be able to spend a stay in Strasbourg to learn first-hand about the workings of the European Human Rights system.
The programme will also enable students to direct their professional steps towards organisations working in the field of human and fundamental rights.
The University of Navarra has been teaching Master's degrees for more than 50 years in Spain and abroad, recognised for its quality professor and professional insertion.
Students of the Master's Degree in Human Rights will be able to carry out internships at the Inter-American Court of Human Rights, the Central American Court of Justice, the Mexican Federal Administrative Court, the Fernando Pombo Foundation and the Latin American Centre for Human Rights (CLADH).