Master of Laws
Part – time studies

Duration – 1,5 years
Language – English
Scholarship – equal to tuition fee for the best student

Location – Vilnius, Kyiv.
Tuition fee per year: 1500 EUR (+application fee 100 EUR for non EU students)

The ability to obtain a double diploma:
Master in Law in the following specialization: European Union Law and global challenges (Kazimiero Simonavičiaus universitetas, Lietuva, and Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, Ukraine)
Language: English

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For a personality, who is...

is fair and seeking justice,

has analytical thinking skills and a strong sense of responsibility,

is interested in the European Union law,

is already able to solve a variety of legal issues,

aims to become a top-level legal professional in the European Union law.

Wants to become a...

a lawyer in Lithuanian and European Union public institutions, law firms operating in Lithuania or Belgium (especially in Brussels), in business, science and civil, international, societies, organizations, both at the national, European, and global level, linked to the solutions of issues containing the European Union and international element.

Wants to be able to...

understand the close interactions of different areas of legal regulation in the multistage legal environment,

critically assess EU development prospects, identify problems, investigate and analyse them,

legally assess regulation of different EU internal policy frameworks and evaluate it on the basis of scientific methods,

solve a variety of legal problems, and initiate and implement ideas projects,

integrate multi-level legal regulation knowledge into a unified whole and make complex decisions.

About the Programme

Where do we need more and where less Europe? What can Europe contribute to global, sustainable and socially just development? These and other questions are covered master in European and global challenges program. Students learn methodological skills and apply these to practical situations.

The program encourages students to develop a shared understanding of the complex interactions taking place within the European economy and European society. The program provides insights into the discipline of European law and also takes into account economic and sociological point of view by focusing on the interdependencies between economic trade, legal frameworks, and the social consequences for European states as well as cross-border societal development within the European Union and its neighbors. One special feature of the program is the research project in the third semester. Students are given the opportunity to work in research groups attached to faculty chairs or at an associated research facility and develop their own research proposals in the various colloquia on offer.

The Master program in European law and Global Studies is designed to produce graduates in specialized subjects at a level sufficient to take up management positions in the fields of scientific of legal and political consultation and social organisations, trade unions, industrial enterprises, international organizations and organizations active in Europe and worldwide, as well as in management pyramid and transnational institutions.

The Master program in European law and Global Studies uses the European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System (ECTS) and, according to the ECTS, students should complete a total of 90 credits. Of this total 60 credits will be completed during the two semesters of the course and 30 credits will be gained through a master’s thesis over a period of 6 months.

Students who want to follow academic careers will be able to apply to PhD program in universities in the European Union and worldwide.


Bachelor degree in Law

English language skills – level B2


European and international protection of human rights / European Union Law / Legal aspects of Europe’s Integration into the Global Economy / External relations of the EU / Legal reasoning in the EU law / International and European legal framework for migration and asylum / International and European social security law / Internal market and EU citizenship law / Law of competition in the EU / Legal research methods / Legal project group – case study / Master thesis