A Global Partnership
For this programme, Freie Universität Berlin cooperates with Georgetown University Law Center, ESADE Law School, University of Fribourg, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, King`s College London, Melbourne Law School, National University of Singapore, University of Torino and University of Toronto.
In January 2011 the CTLS was awarded the Andrew Heiskell Prize of the Institute of International Education:
Press Release of the Georgetown University
Studying at the CTLS
Students who speak English fluently and who are interested in international law and comparative law are encouraged to apply for one of the places that are available each year. One of the places for one semester is provided free of tuition, whereas all additional students are charged with a tuition of USD 12,500 per semester.
Alongside a required course on the theory of international law and an accompanying workshop given by academics and practitioners who lead their respective fields, the programme offers a number of different elective courses in international public law, international criminal law, and comparative and transnational private law or conflict of laws. The specific elective courses offered each term change depending on the faculty who are in residence at the CTLS during that term.