Public International Law: Human Rights – International Economic and Environmental Law – International Criminal Law
Public International Law: Human Rights - International Economic and Environmental Law - International Criminal Law
Building on its traditional strength in international and European law and to further international exchange in the study of law, the Faculty of Law of the University of Göttingen has established a doctoral programme entitled Public International Law: Human Rights – International Economic and Environmental Law – International Criminal Law to provide outstanding young graduates in international law with an opportunity to receive additional training along with writing their dissertation with the advice of the three supervisors, namely professors Kai Ambos, Andreas Paulus and Peter-Tobias Stoll. The three year programme includes classes in the different areas of international law as well as a variety of courses organized by the Göttingen Graduate School of Social Sciences. Starting in fall 2018, the programme will accept candidates annually.
The programme and the various options which cover a broad range of subjects are described on this webpage. The call for applications 2018 has expired. A new call for applications will presumably open in March 2019.