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International and Comparative Law (ICOL) - Diploma

Program Overview

The graduate diploma in international and comparative law is intended for law school graduates seeking to enhance their knowledge in international and comparative law, and acquire the intellectual tools to advance academically and professionally.

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Degrees and Admission Requirements

Students wishing to pursue a Diploma in International and Comparative Law (ICOL) should meet the minimum academic and admission requirements set by AUC.


Our faculty, a collection of world-class international legal scholars, could rightfully belong to any top-tier university anywhere in the world. Hailing from diverse nationalities and renowned in their respective fields, they bring a wealth of knowledge, experience and distinct legal approaches to the classroom to enrich your learning and empower you to effectively navigate the global legal landscape.

Working in close collaboration with our esteemed faculty, you will be encouraged to engage in high-quality research and supported to produce work of publishable standard. In addition, our program provides an enriching ecosystem of additional opportunities for you to explore. For example, the Legal English Training Unit works diligently to enhance students’ legal English proficiency and critical skills in case briefing, academic writing and effective writing, all of which are crucial for success in the global legal field. Furthermore, students have access to regularly organized workshops covering topics from research strategies to avoiding plagiarism.

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