|Study location||Lithuania, Vilnius|
|Nominal duration||5 years (300 ECTS)|
|Study language||combined Russian/English|
|Tuition fee||€2,500 per year|
Undergraduate diploma (or higher)
The entry qualification documents are accepted in any language
The Master Program in International Law and European Union Law prepares professionals to work as legal experts, as well as conduct research and academic activities. The program offers a full cycle of higher education in law: the graduates receive an LLM degree. The program aims to educate creative and active lawyers able to solve organizational and management issues, as well as work as legal advisers and lawmakers at both national and international levels.
The program focuses on an area that is underdeveloped in Belarus, but at the same time crucial to foster international and European economic, political, and cultural processes and ties within Belarus and the region. The program draws from EHU’s potential in the field of humanitarian works in legal education, and allows the flexibility to react to constantly changing labor market needs, structural changes in society, and provides positive international experience, shaping the academic and professional environment in Belarus and the region in accordance with European cultural and legal principles.
Graduates may continue their studies pursuing doctoral degrees at European and U.S. universities, or develop their careers in private legal practice, the Bar, as company lawyers or legal advisers in nongovernmental and public organizations, serve as teachers at educational institutions, or expert consultants in think tanks and international institutions.
Current graduates of the European Humanities University’s law programs work in private law firms, their own private practices, or are pursuing their doctoral degrees in Central European University, and universities in Canada, France, Germany, the Netherlands, Poland, and the United States.
The MA program allows our graduates to be equally competitive in both the EU and CIS markets due to their ability to work in the fields of national, European, and international law.