International Litigation

Description: The Master’s Programme in English “International Litigation” is designed for those interested in working with both public and private international law issues in a national or international environment.

The Programme covers in-depth studies in public and private international law, human rights law and EU law, their interaction and current trends. Special courses aim at enhancing professional skills necessary for representing states, organizations, individuals and corporations in international public, commercial and mixed arbitration, as well as for working with cases before international courts and tribunals (e.g. International Court of Justice, European Court of Human Rights, International Criminal Court, International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes etc.) and other international and national fora.

Successful completion of the Master’s Programme will enable the graduates to independently analyse the trends of international law’s practical application at international and foreign courts, prepare reference materials, and recommendations, and provide expert advice for public bodies, private persons and legal entities on issues of international and national law, represent pubic interests in international organisations etc.

Admission requirements:    

  • LL.B (Bachelor of Law/ Bachelor of International Law (including general courses on public international law and private international law)
  • Good working command of English

Degree on Graduation: LL.M in International Law (with special training in international litigation)

Duration of the Programme: 3 semesters (1.5 years)

Language of the Programme: English

Number of ECTS Credits: 90

Structure of the Programme

Examination Programme for the admission to study under the Programme