Hallo! I am Paulina and I look after our German students coming to the University of Essex. Each year we welcome a number of students from Germany to study various courses including Politics, Law, and Psychoanalytic Studies, and we are delighted that you are considering joining them. We currently have over 60 German students studying with us. Below you'll find some country-specific information which I hope you will find helpful. Please do get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
We do not have plans to visit your country in the near future. Please do not hesitate to get in touch with your country contact named below with any questions.
I particularly enjoyed the module Human Rights and Political Theory because it focused on the justifications and problems surrounding human rights. I also found the core modules very interesting because they consider human rights from an interdisciplinary point of view, which is important to study in order to eventually work in the field. I am now studying LLM International Human Rights and Humanitarian Law at Essex, in order to further extend my knowledge in these issues. My undergraduate degree has proved invaluable in order to understand the more legalistic approach to human rights and appreciate the problems and benefits of the law. Being a student at Essex has been a life-changing experience and it’s a real privilege to continue studying with world-leading academics.