University of Northampton Law department launches free online International Law course, open to everyone

News Page 16th November 2015

The University of Northampton has launched a Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) in International Law, which is open to everyone and free to complete.

The International Law Open Online Course (ILOOC) is the first subject-based online course from the University, and is much more than a simple online resource. The course facilitates discourse and encourages the creation of a network of learners, who are actively engaged with each other and the content.

ILOOC does not require users to have had any previous experience or practice in International Law. It is intended to give a flavour of the topic of International Law, and to provide a foundation upon which further study in the area may be built.

Users can start the free course at any time, and complete the sections in any order.

To register or for further information on ILOOC, click here.

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