International Law and European Union Law

Degree: Master's degree in Law (LL.M.)
Duration: 
5 Years (High Residence); 6 Years (Low Residence)
2 years for prospectives with Bachelor's degree in Law

National Code of the Study Program: 601M90005

About the Program

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.

Potential Careers for Graduates

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.

Applications, Payments and Scholarships

Tuition fees for Academic Year 2016/17 (for prospectives after High School)

                                                              Citizens and residents of Belarus All other citizens

High Residence

Ranking GPA 9,41 or higher – €0/year

Ranking GPA between 9,01 and 9,40 – €800/year

Ranking GPA between 8,61 and 9,00 – €1400/year

Ranking GPA 8,60 and below – €2000/year

 

€2500/year

Low Residence

Ranking GPA 9,01 and higher – €300/year

Ranking GPA between 8,01 and 9,00 
– €600/year

Ranking GPA 8,00 and below – €1000/year

 

1700/year

 

* Ranking GPA for High Residence prospective students is calculated on the basis of: 1) High School Humanities and Social Sciences subjects average; 2) Foreign language exam; 3) Essay exam; 4) History grade
** Ranking GPA for Low Residence prospective students is calculated on the basis of: 1) High School Humanities and Social Sciences subjects average; 2) Foreign language grade; 3) Interview grade; 4) History grade

Please click here for general information about application process, requirements, financial assistance (in Russian). To find out program-specific requirements, please see here (in Russian).


Tuition fees for Academic Year 2016/17 (for prospectives with Bachelor's degree in Law)

                                                              Citizens and residents of Belarus All other citizens

Blended mode

Ranking GPA 9,61 or higher – €0/year

Ranking GPA between 9,21 and 9,60 – €750/year

Ranking GPA 9,20 and below – €1500/year

 

€2500/year

* Ranking GPA for Master's prospective students is calculated on the basis of: 1) Research project; 2) English language exam; 3) Bachelor's diploma subjects average

Teachers

Andrei Bakanov – Assoc. Prof. at EHU, Ph.D. in Economics
Oleg Bresky – Assoc. Prof. at EHU, Doctor of Law, Head of Department of Law at EHU
Alla Sokolova – Prof. at EHU, Doctor of Law
Olga Zvonaryova – Assoc. Prof. at EHU, Doctor of Law
Olga Batura – Lecturer, Doctor of Law
Ekaterina Kouznetsova – Lecturer at EHU, LL.M.
Charles Szymanski – Doctor of Law, Assoc. Prof.
Liudmila Ulyashyna – Lecturer at EHU, LL.M.
Karine Bechet-Golovko – Assoc. Prof. at EHU, Doctor of Law
Andrei Laurukhin – Assoc. Prof., Ph.D.
Elena Leanovich – Assoc. Prof., Doctor of Law
Aliaksandr Vashkevich – Assoc. Prof., Doctor of Law
Liudmila Paulava – Prof. at EHU, Doctor of Law
Stanislovas Tomas – Assoc. Prof. at EHU, Doctor of Law
Konstantin Ivanov – Assoc. Prof. at EHU, Doctor of Law
Oyuna Dashitsyrenova – Assoc. Prof. at EHU, Doctor of Law
Jekaterina Sadovskaya – Assoc. Prof. at EHU, Ph.D. in Philology

Contact

For information on admission            
e-mail: recruitment@ehu.lt
skype: questionehu
call: +370 5 2639650

Co-financed by:European Commission