Program Details

There are four individual one-credit classes covering the following topics:
  • Introduction to International Human Rights
  • International Humanitarian Law
  • Global Economic Governance
  • Introduction to International Sports Law
  • Location:
    Den Haag, Netherlands
    Program Type:
    Study Abroad
    Degree Level:
    Undergraduate
    Term:
    Summer

    Program Overview

    Program Description:
    The Hague program consists of two classes in The Hague, Netherlands followed by two classes in Freiburg, Germany. Classes will usually meet during the mornings, Monday through Thursday, leaving afternoons and three-day weekends free for travel and other enrichment activities. The program will include visits to international and local courts and opportunities to meet judges and public officials.

    There are four individual one-credit classes covering the following topics:
  • Introduction to International Human Rights
  • International Humanitarian Law
  • Global Economic Governance
  • Introduction to International Sports Law

  • Setting Description:
    The opportunity to study at The Hague, is an invaluable experience for any student interested in international law in all its various forms. The Hague is recognized globally as a center for international institutions and tribunals. Located in the Black Forest of Southern Germany near the Swiss border, Freiburg is a charming university town. It is a convenient location for travel throughout Europe and is easily accessible by train from international flights arriving in Frankfurt, Amsterdam, Berlin and Geneva, home of several international institutions, are hours away by train.

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