The Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam has extended the term for application for European students for Master programs till July 15, this also applies to the Master Program International Migration and Refugee Law.
The IMRL program is a full-time, one-year specialization of the LL.M. Master program. This specialization is unique as it is taught by leading academics in the field, and is embedded in the Amsterdam Centre for Migration and Refugee Law, one of the largest specialized research groups in migration law worldwide. The focus of the master is the interrelation between humanitarian and human rights law in its specific interactions with international, European and domestic legal systems.
The Amsterdam Centre for Migration and Refugee Law is distinctive in having legal, empirical and philosophical approaches to migration and refugee law, which is reflected in the diverse courses in this joint research program. This approach allows for a broad, and at the same time in-depth, analysis of transnational legal issues.