International Law (MIL) The English Master in International Law (MIL) combines education in international law with central aspects of economics and politics. Innovative programme In an innovative way, the Master's programme MIL meets central requirements of a demanding, modern university education. This includes multidisciplinarity, internationalism, a focus on complex issues in business, society and government and distinct practice orientation. The students take three compulsory courses in which they acquire basic knowledge of international law and international negotiation processes. Numerous other courses enable them to enlarge upon additional important subject areas. This includes "International and European Business Law", "Dispute Resolution", "International Organisations and Politics", "Theoretical Foundations", "Legal Profession" and "Institutional Management". The education furnishes the graduates with the ability to analyse complex international problems and to develop integrative solution approaches to tackle them. Attractive career opportunities The Master's programme MIL prepares the students for a career with international enterprises, governments, diplomatic functions, international organisations, compliance departments and regulatory authorities as well as other public and private institutions. The University of St.Gallen offers MIL graduates who would like to obtain the certificate of admission to the bar the opportunity to meet the conditions for a career as a lawyer by means of a second Master's degree course in MLaw. Another possibility is to take the MIL as a double degree programme together with the renowned CEMS Master's programme in International Management.