Skip to main content

Taught Masters in Law Programmes in Ethiopia

One aspect of the Capacity Building Strategy in Postgraduate Legal Education for the Ethiopia Project is to deliver knowledge and know-how in the creation and delivery of LLM programmes. The University of Warwick is doing this through a three phase process with Mekelle University over a period of 5 years.

Phase 1: The University of Warwick LLM in Ethiopia
Phase 2: The Joint University of Warwick and Mekelle University LLM programme
Phase 3: The Mekelle University LLM Programme

Each of the above parts sees the University of Warwick and Mekelle University in different roles.

To find out more about the LLM Phases click on the links below.

mekelle1


Years 1 & 2

Phase 1: The University of Warwick LLM in Ethiopia

In phase one the University of Wawrick run our own LLM at Mekelle University, who are act as a host for the programme. Through this phase the University of Warwick have used a number of different techniques to get Mekelle University involved in the LLM so as to allow them to observe how the University of Warwick creates and delivers LLM programmes.

Years 3 & 4

Phase 2: The Joint University of Warwick and Mekelle University LLM programme

Phase two is about a jointly created , administered and delivered LLM programme where the University of Warwick and Mekelle University work side by side and have a equal stake in the LLM programme. The objective being to give Mekelle University hands on experience and expertise.


Year 5

Phase 3: The Mekelle University LLM Programme


Phase three is where the University of Warwick step back and let Mekelle University create and run their own LLM programme. The University of Warwick’s role here is to act as a consultant, sounding board and overseer, for Mekelle University to refer to.