Course ObjectiveThe objective of CICJ Research Lab is to enable students to participate
in ongoing academic research in the field of International Criminal
Show evidence of:
- An investigative, original and creative attitude with regard to
existing issues and solutions;
-Critical, analytical and normative reflection on academic research and
on research results.
Being capable of:
- Applying research methods and interpret results;
Course ContentMore information about CICJ research projects can be found under
www.cicj.org à Research & Publications. Whether ICC-students can
participate in any of the projects listed, depends on needs of the
researchers and the phase and type of project. At the start of the
academic year, students will be informed about the possibilities.
Teaching MethodsDepending on the research project, students acquire (advanced) knowledge
of selected topics in the fields of international criminal law and
criminology of international crimes and conflict related crimes. By
conducting research students can strengthen their analytical and writing
Method of AssessmentStudent are assessed based on several written assignments throughout the
year, their team work, and their professional conduct.
Target AudienceApart from regular students, the course is also available for:
Students from other universities/faculties
Courses from a master at the faculty can only be taken as a secondary
course if you have a diploma that gives access to the relevant master/
specialization and if you are enrolled in a master.
Additional InformationMORE INFORMATION?
|Period||Ac. Year (sept)|
|Language of Tuition||English|
|Faculty||Faculty of Law|
|Course Coordinator||J.A.M. Stuifbergen|
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