It was good overview course about three main international courts in The Hague. The lectures were good structured and clear. Interviews were impressed and made international court practices "real".
Very informative and quite challenging\n\nThis course has provided me with material and resources to be able to think about larger ideas and the extent to which International Law is important.
By YI-FANG Y•
Basic understanding. Recommend to those under graduate students.
By Hélène J d G•
The course is excellent for beginners in international law
By Geordie K•
Good course to learn the basics of international courts.
By Julie R•
Very interesting course with good examples.
By Hun L•
Thank you for the wonderful modules.
By Rahul B•
Good reading and reference material
By Jay s•
generally a informative course..
By Aashima S•
Could have been more detailed
By Suhavi A•
Very interesting course
By Aleks L•
The scope of the course is really limited, and that is fine for super-introductory courses like this one, but all the emotional attachments aside, looking only into one city's tribunals is questionable from the methodological point of view.
By Miriam S•
Interesting course, but rather superficial introduction: Fast paced with little ressources. Good for a quick overview into the Int'l Courts in The Hague
Too much emphasis on irrelevant fact-repeating (eg date a convention was signed) rather than content and implications of the content for practice.
By Ewerton B•
Good course if you want to have a basic understanding of the main international courts and tribunals.
By Julian D•
Very superficial teachings. This course seems aimed at non legal students, considering the very rare references to the legal instruments' articles. For the price paid, I could have found most information on Wikipedia... Furthermore, the staff isn't responding AT ALL to the —many—requests of the students regarding errors in the questionaries, deadline explanations, etc. Even worse, the subtitles to the videos are full of small typos and wrong transcriptions, sometimes changing the meaning of a sentence, thereby confusing the audience.
By Michael T•
Some good content. However, text has numerous spelling mistakes and there is no involvement by academic staff. Nor can one see one's answers to quizzes once done., nor standard answers provided. As with so many Coursera MOOC's, little involvement by fellow students in discussion fora. No certificate on completion, which is a pity because the cost of a purchased one is somewhat prohibitive for third world students with our exchange rates.
By Matlab A•
It is not free. They just sell the certificates. There is not any free statement about accomplishment of the course, so nobody will knows that you have completed it. In the future you have not got anything to show in your CV.
I want my Statement of Accomplishment.
Very basic course