Students will be able to:

  • Prepare a PhD in the field of human rights and be attached to IREDIES (Sorbonne Research Institute of International and European Law);
  • Become a lawyer specialised in human rights (law of foreigners, in particular asylum seekers and refugees);
  • Join international organisations (European Commission, European Parliament, Council of Europe) and international courts (CJEU, European Court of Human Rights, Inter-american Court of Human Rights);
  • Integrate national human rights protection agencies (such as the National Consultative Commission on Human Rights or the Human Rights Defender in France);
  • Integrate European or international human rights protection agencies (such as the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights)
  • Integrate human rights NGOs - generalist (Amnesty International, FIDH, LDH), or specialised (such as in the field of freedom of expression (Reporters Without Borders, La Quadrature du net) or the fight against torture (ACAT)...

Professions or functions accessible to graduates:

  • Lawyer,
  • Legal consultant,
  • Lawyer (the status of lawyer is accessible to graduates who have followed a specific training course and passed a professional examination).