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LLM inInternational Human Rights Law

*Continuing Education Master



ECTS Credits



9.500 €




1 Year

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Why study International Human Rights Law LLM. with us?

  • Guaranteed work experience
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  • Developed professional skills
  • High Employability Rate
International Human Rights Law LLM



The International Human Rights Law LLM at UCAM is a pioneering academic program born out of a collaboration between UCAM and the Federation of Catholic Family Associations in Europe (FAFCE). This partnership has led to the creation of a unique curriculum that integrates a Catholic anthropological perspective into the study of international human rights law. Reflecting the strength of this collaboration, Vincenzo Bassi, President of the FAFCE, will serve as one of the coordinators of the Master's program.

Student profile

UCAM’s International Human Rights Law LLM was particularly designed for law students interested in specializing in Human Rights, as well as NGO employees and public workers related to the area.

Aimed at creating well-rounded legal professionals dedicated to human rights, the program provides an intensive education, emphasizing global perspectives and specialization in human rights protection and advocacy. 

Career Opportunities

Graduates of the Master's in International Human Rights Law from UCAM are qualified for impactful careers across a diverse range of sectors, including:

  • International and NGO Human Rights Advocacy: Working with global organizations and NGOs focused on advocating for human rights.
  • Specialized Legal Practice: Taking on legal positions within law firms that focus on human rights issues.
  • Public Administration: Engaging in roles within public administration to shape human rights policies and regulations.
  • International Courts: Providing legal expertise and advocacy in human rights cases at international courts.
  • EU Institutions: Occupying positions within EU institutions, utilizing specialized skills in advocacy, legal analysis, and policy development to advance human rights agendas.

Entry requirements

A B2 English level is required to be admitted in this Degree.

You can provide any language proficiency certificate from this list. Any other English certificate will be evaluated individually.

Other entry requirements are: 

  • Scanned biopage of your valid passport
  • Bachelor’s academic transcript and degree certificate
  • Statement of Purpose/Motivational Letter
  • Curriculum Vitae


Studying the master in International Human Rights Law at UCAM opens doors to invaluable opportunities and helps students engage with prominent companies, enabling them to apply the knowledge and skills acquired throughout the program. The internship will foster professional growth that will equip students with the necessary preparation to thrive in the competitive business world.

UCAM’s career services:

  • SOIL – “Orientation and Work Placement Service” 
  • UCAM Portal de Empleo - employment portal for students and alumni
  • “Network of Recruiting Erasmus” - a service that promotes placement of students in various companies that recognize the value of international experience.


The International Human Rights Law LLM program stands out for its innovative approach to legal education. By emphasizing interactive learning, it fosters a dynamic environment where students from different backgrounds contribute diverse perspectives on global human rights issues. The program combines theoretical knowledge with practical application through comprehensive analysis, legal reasoning, and strategy design in human rights advocacy. This blend of academic rigor and practical experience, along with opportunities to engage directly with human rights organizations and institutions, ensures that UCAM's International Human Rights Law LLM is a leading, forward-thinking program designed to prepare the next generation of human rights defenders and legal experts.

Master in Continuing Education

This program is a Continuing Education Master, also known as Master of Professional Development. It represents a dedicated academic initiative meticulously designed to facilitate specialization in a chosen subject area.

The Continuing Education Master adheres to rigorous regulatory and quality standards established by the university. The concept of continuing education encompasses the perpetual pursuit of knowledge and skills throughout an individual's lifespan, thereby fostering personal and professional growth.

The goal of this program is to stay up-to-date with the latest trends and developments in one's field, and to continually improve one's abilities and competencies in order to stay competitive in the workforce.

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Educational Trips & Activities

Educational Trips & Activities

The students of UCAM's LLM in International Human Rights Law will have the opportunity to visit Brussels, the political capital of Europe, to complement and complete their studies. During their visit, they will have the chance to explore some of the most important institutions of the European Union, including the European Parliament and the European Commission.

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