Each student will be offered a choice between a traditional yet demanding way to achieve the research project (Master’s thesis) and another possibility.
If chosen, the Master’s thesis devoted to international arbitration or another mode of international dispute resolution must be written under the supervision of a member of the LL.M. AWArDS Faculty during the academic year, between September 2020 and 27 August 2021.
As most students admitted to the LL.M. AWArDS will have already completed a full legal training, and as it is more than likely that many of them will have already completed a research paper, other options for the completion of the research project will be offered. These will be specified to students enrolled in the LL.M. AWArDS at the beginning of the Fall Semester.