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.