MASTERS IN LAW
UNILAK has introduced two Masters Programs of Legal Laws (LLM) that meets international standards. LLM programs are of 18 months duration for full time students. Each year shall be divided into two semesters.
LLM IN INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL LAW
The Master’s program in International Criminal Law is designed to equip the postgraduate candidates to deal with complex issues in Law at both the national and international levels. Graduates will be singularly qualified to assume leadership roles in the world of international criminal tribunals such as ICC, national legal institutions and law firms, academia and ministries such as Foreign Affairs and Justice among others.
LLM IN INTERNATIONAL ENVIRONMENT AND LAND USE LAW
The central aim of the LLM program in International Environmental Law and Land Use is to train a new style of international environment lawyers and environmental activists by offering a broad and deep understanding of relevant issues and supporting the development of academic skills through the analyzing of such issues. The program is timely because it enables Rwandan stakeholders to develop an academic expertise with a contextual approach. It is also meant to enable the development of regional expertise competent to handle issues at stake in the region and the world today, issues of environment laws and their applicability in context and making sense of International Environmental Law.