|Study location||Lithuania, Vilnius|
Law (JACS M000)
|Nominal duration||1,5 years (90 ECTS)|
|Awards||Master (Master of Law)|
|Tuition fee||€3,120 per year|
|Application fee||€100 one-time
Undergraduate diploma (or higher)
Applicants for International Law studies must have a Bachelor of Laws Degree
The entry qualification documents are accepted in the following languages: English / Lithuanian.
Often you can get a suitable transcript from your school. If this is not the case, you will need official translations along with verified copies of the original.
Mykolas Romeris University, Ateities st. 20, LT-08303, Vilnius, Lithuania
English language proficiency – the level not lower than B2 (following the Common Framework of Reference for Language approved by the Council of Europe). Distant English language level test is organized for those, who do not have IELTS, TOEFL or other internationally recognized certificates.
A motivation letter must be added to your application.
The purpose of study programme specialization is to prepare multidimensional international law specialists – advocates, judges, public servants, employees of international organisations and international corporations, international researchers, etc., able to conceptualize, identify, understand, analyse and resolve problems arising in international legal regulation, develop motivated, logical and legaly grounded arguments and solutions to these problems and the ways to prevent them, which would ensure effective application of international law, improve the work of states and international organisations. Specialisation responds to the need to have professional, high skills specialists, able to develop and implement the strategies and foreign policy objectives of any country, represent and protect the interests of states or companies in international fora, ensure effective international cooperation among the states and international organisations and coherence between international and national law. The study programme also addresses the challenges of globalisation whereby the line between international and national is slowly disappearing and international issues become more and more relevant in traditional nationally „owned“ fields.
Having graduated from International Law study programme, individuals can work as advocates, diplomats, international business leaders, policy makers, in international law divisions of government institutions, in international arbitration and judicial bodies as lawyers or judges, international organizations, European Union institutions, legal departments of internationally operating law firms and enterprises, international research agencies and non-governmental sector.