Munich, Germany

International Law

when 3 August 2023 - 11 August 2023
language English
duration 2 weeks
credits 3 EC
fee EUR 750

International Law
August 3 - 11

Course leader

Christian Walter
Professor of Public Law and Public International Law at Ludwigs-Maximilians-Universität München (Germany)
The MACIL teaching staff includes high-profile academics and practitioners from all over the world.

Target group

MACIL summer school aims at presenting current and highly debated topics of Public International Law.

Thus, participation requires at least a basic knowledge of Public International Law. However, Master or equivalent grades in the field of Public International Law are not necessary, although they may serve as an advantage in the application process. In any event an advanced (or at least intermediate) knowledge of English is required. Please note that all MACIL courses and lectures will be held in English and the (facultative) essay is also expected to be written in English.

Graduate students of law or any related field (e.g. International Relations) and academics that work in the field of Public International Law are warmly invited to apply for participation. Undergraduate students of law or a related field may also apply if they already have substantial experience in their studies and are able to show a keen interest in Public International Law. We also invite practitioners, having experience in any field of Public International Law, to apply for participation in the upcoming MACIL programme.

Course aim

The Munich Advanced Course in International Law offers an opportunity to dedicate an intense and in-depth study of public international law. The summer school is run by LMU’s Institute of International Law. It takes place in July and is entirely taught in English. For the MACIL course, distinguished lecturers (both academics and practitioners) from all over the world join the group and present their research to participants. The class is usually composed of 20 to 25 students, allowing for a close exchange of ideas between lecturers and students. In preceding years, participants have included advanced undergraduates, PhD students and young professionals from the fields of international law and international relations. Our students have come from almost any part of the world.

Credits info

3 EC
The course counts for 3 ECTS credits.

The Academic Board of the LMU Munich defines the requirements and contact hours* for successful completion of the courses as follows:

- regular attendance
- preparation for and active participation in seminars
- attendance and contribution to lectures
- participation in and contribution to class excursions

Fee info

EUR 750: Registration fee: 200 €
Tuition: 550 €
Accommodation

Housing fee:
€ 300.00 (double room, with shower and toilet on each floor)
€ 340.00 (double room with shower and toilet)
€ 450.00 (single room with shower and toilet)