Career prospects International Law and Human Rights
The Master's program in International Law and Human Rights qualifies you to pursue a challenging career in legal practice and/or in an advisory function. Potential career paths include posts within national and international public administration, national and international non-governmental organizations (NGOs), the diplomatic service, European and international courts, multinational enterprises, and advocacy.
Examples of future jobs and employers
Within national and international governmental organizations
Within international non-governmental organizations
Within judicial organizations
Within law firms
- Average number of months until first paid job: 4
- Employer requires an academic Master’s degree: 59%
- Gross monthly income of our graduates in the first year: € 2.266,-
Source: National Alumni Survey, 2016 | n = 163
After your Master's
Support with your transition to the labor market
Working in the Netherlands after graduation
Interested in the LLM International Law and Human Rights?
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