Human Rights from University of Manitoba examines historical and current human rights struggles to better understand the potential, politics, challenges and limitations of the international human rights framework.
Students at Human Rights from University of Manitoba will:
- increase experiential learning opportunities
- put theory into practice while deepening their learning.
- Theory and Practice of Human Rights: Critical Perspectives
- Human Rights Research and Methods
- Human Rights Law
- Museums, Memory, and Witnessing
- Architecture Interdisciplinary
- Disability Studies
- History of Disability
- 16 months
Start dates & application deadlines
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DisciplinesEuropean Law International Relations International Law View 4 other Masters in European Law in Canada
- Four-year bachelor’s degree
- One undergraduate-level course in human rights or equivalent field experience is preferred
- Statement of Interest
- Thesis Proposal (if pursing the Thesis route)
- Letters of Recommendation: 2
- Submit your transcripts (unofficial copies)
- English language proficiency
- Pay the application fee
- Minimum B average (3.0) in the last 60 credit hours or equivalent.
International13694 CAD/yearTuition FeeBased on the tuition of 6847 CAD per semester during 16 months.
National6224 CAD/yearTuition FeeBased on the tuition of 3112 CAD per semester during 16 months.
Living costs for Winnipeg
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