The International Institute of Human Rights has since 1969 organised one of the oldest summer courses on international human rights in Europe. The Institute was established by René Cassin one of the drafters of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the 1968 Nobel Peace Prize winner. Call for applications for 2014 session is opened until 14 April. The course takes place over the course of three weeks in Strasbourg and is now offered in English, French, Arabic, Spanish and Chinese. Students can also sit for prestigious a Diploma in international law and comparative human rights law. List of previous graduates is available here.