The aim of the program is to develop competencies in the field of comparative private and/or international law needed for conducting activities at internationally active national, as well as international and transnational institutions. As a student, you can get acquainted with modern developments in respective fields and be able to conduct independent research in accordance with NQF VII level competencies.
The broad choice between comparative private and international law components enables a student to shape his/her profile in either way: to make emphasis on comparative private law or on international law or to combine components from both concentrations and develop competencies most suitable for prospective employment. Core courses are offered only in the first semester of the course developing competencies generally necessary in both fields of concentration.
120 credits / 2 years
New Vision University
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