Private Law (Joint study programme)

Master‘s studies @ Mykolas Romeris University
1 Sep Application deadline
1 Sep Start date
2 years Study duration full-time
3988€ Tuition fee for Eu citizens

Programme overview

Interested in international affairs and law? Considering international career? Wish to expand your opportunities with global legal knowledge and skills? Wish to upgrade international litigation skills in human rights? 

If any of the above questions are appealing to you, join master degree program on International Law. This is joint degree programme with Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv (Ukraine).

Only students admitted to Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv can apply for this programme. Spend your first year in Kyiv and your second year in Lithuania, experiencing two different cultures and legal systems. At the end of your studies, you will be awarded a double diploma by both universities in Lithuania and Ukraine. 

Our study programmes include international protection of human rights, procedural and corporate law, alternative dispute resolution and much more. Upon completion of your degree, you will be able to work in the private sector, engage in professions of notary, bailiff, bankruptcy administrator, as well as in the public sector and in academic and research institutions. 

Programme structure

Detailed programme description

Admission Requirements

Required documents:

  • Bachelor degree or equivalent first university degree diploma (3-year study duration minimum)
  • Academic transcripts of each study year
  • Document proving English language level

Required level – B2

If you do not have a certificate proving your English language proficiency level, you can take the University Online English language level test. You will be able to choose this option while filling in the application. The test is free of charge. Certificate is not required if your native language is English or if your previous studies were conducted fully in English language.

  • Motivational letter
  • Passport copy

Additional educational documents might be required depending on the country of residence.

Applicants might be required to take entrance examination.

*Regarding the current situation in Ukraine students of Ukraine might be exempted from tuition fees at Mykolas Romeris University.

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