Educational program ‘International Law’ (Specialty ‘International Law’)
Description: The Bachelor’s Program ‘International Law’ covers in-depth studies in comparative law, public international law, private international law and European Union law. Special courses aim at enhancing professional skills necessary for representing states, organizations, individuals and corporations in international and national courts and tribunals, international intergovernmental and non-governmental organizations and other fora. Successful completion of the Bachelor’s Program will enable the graduates to prepare analytical materials, recommendations, provide expert advice for public bodies, private persons and legal entities on issues of public, private international law and EU law. Students will be capable to understand the nature of international relations, conduct diplomatic and business correspondence, work with international documents. Legal language studied during the four years will enable the graduates to apply attained knowledge in various spheres of their professional development.The Program is open for admission for foreign students only.
Admission Requirements: Secondary Education Certificate
Good working command of English
Degree on Graduation: LL.B (Bachelor of International Law)
Duration of the Program: 8 semesters (4 years)
Language of the Tuition: English
Number of ECTS Credits: 240
Licensed Number of Attendees: 40 students
Preparation and Issuance of Invitations: From 14th of May till the 14th of September (for the questions on the process of invitations’ issuance please contact the Preparatory Department: + 38 044 521 33 53, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com).
Reception of the Documents: From the 2nd of July till the 16th of October (for the questions concerning the list of documents please contact the Preparatory Department: + 38 044 521 33 53, e-mail: e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com).
Period of Admission Tests: From 9th of July till 26th of October
Beginning of the Study: The 1st of September