International law is a field of law that, instead of national laws and decrees, focuses on cross-border legal regulation. During their studies students will explore such themes as the jurisdiction and responsibility of states, the legal status of waterways, seas, airspace and space, the legal rules and humanitarian law of war, human rights and peaceful resolutions of conflicts.
The studies are organised in collaboration between the Faculty of Law and Faculty of Social Sciences.
The scope of the studies is 60 credits, which encompasses basic (25 cr.) and subject studies (35 cr.).
minor subject is intended for students majoring in Political Sciences.
Other students may take international law studies with a special
Note! The module is taught in Finnish.
Email for the staff: firstname.lastname (at) ulapland.fi.