The specialization Philosophy of Law and Governance, of the two year Master's degree programme Philosophy, is designed especially for Bachelors in Law with an interest in
Philosophy of Law and Governance
The specialization Philosophy of Law and Governance, of the two year Master's degree programme Philosophy, is designed especially for Bachelors in Law with an interest in the foundations of contemporary Western systems of positive law. The programme trains students to philosophically reflect upon basic legal concepts and principles. What is law? What does it mean to be a free and equal citizen in a modern democratic state? How to address injustices committed by the state in the past? These and other questions are addressed in this specialization.
The programme consists of introductory philosophy courses, courses in philosophy of law and a student’s own selection of courses in law. Already acquired knowledge of law is deepened through study of philosophical theories and concepts. Masters in Philosophy in Law and Governance acquire a theoretical understanding of law, as well as a practical view of philosophy....
The PGDip/MLitt in Legal and Constitutional Studies is an interdisciplinary programme in which students can construct an individually tailored degree with a primary focus
The PGDip/MLitt in Legal and Constitutional Studies is an interdisciplinary programme in which students can construct an individually tailored degree with a primary focus in legal history or international law, or they can pursue an integrated, interdisciplinary, degree.
The PGDip and MLitt in Legal and Constitutional Studies are interdisciplinary programmes run jointly by the Schools of History and International Relations.
Students have the opportunity to work on an individual and small-group basis with internationally leading scholars in the fields of legal, constitutional and historical research.
The flexible nature of the programme makes it suitable both for those wishing to go on to doctoral research and for those wishing only to take a year’s specialist study.
The compulsory modules equip students with knowledge of different theoretical approaches to law, legal history and constitutionalism, using the past to interrogate and investigate current issues and controversies.
The purpose of study program specialization is to prepare international law specialists who will be able to conceptualize, identify, understand, analyse and resolve probl
The purpose of study program specialization is to prepare international law specialists who will be able to conceptualize, identify, understand, analyse and resolve problems arising in international legal regulation, develop motivated, logical and legally 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 program 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 fields....
The objective of this joint master study program is to prepare highly qualified business law specialists, who are able to provide legal advice in the transnational and Eu
The objective of this joint master study program is to prepare highly qualified business law specialists, who are able to provide legal advice in the transnational and European business environment, to explain the latest business law issues and trends, to analyse and assess business-related legal situations, promptly and effectively deal with legal problems faced by business, conduct research and provide suggestions for the legislator on the improvement of business environment regulation.
Why study this Program?
Competitive knowledge – this Program is for the ambitious, future leaders who will be able to work in a multicultural environment in the private (law firms, business advising companies, financial institutions, etc.) and public sector (national, European and international institutions promoting, supervising or monitoring business), in commercial litigation bodies or to provide independent business legal consulting services.
International studies – held in Vilnius, Lithuania (MRU) and in France, Chambery (USMB).
Two diplomas of EU Member States universities are obtained: Master in Law (LL.M.) by MRU and Master2 by USMB.
Renowned experts in the field – the majority of subjects are covered by the academics who are also practicing lawyers, judges of the Supreme Court and other experienced and qualified experts from Lithuania, France, as well as by visiting professors from other countries (U.S., UK, Belgium, Austria, etc.).
Traineeship – acquiring practical skills in enterprises, law firms or other organizations acting in the field of business law across Europe.
International Mobility Possibilities
This programme is aimed at training a new generation of lawyers, who are able to work as professionals in international economic relations. It offers courses on the laws
This programme is aimed at training a new generation of lawyers, who are able to work as professionals in international economic relations. It offers courses on the laws of the Eurasian Economic Union, the WTO and free trade zone legislation, regulation of the international financial system, foreign investment protection, etc. Furthermore, the programme seeks to meet the growing demand for lawyers from export-oriented and transnational companies, governmental bodies, and international organizations.
This two-year programme is designed to prepare its graduates for challenging careers in international and non-governmental organisations, public administration and academ
Degree awarded: Politices Magister - Master of Social Sciences Annual intake: 20 Contact: email@example.com Website: www.abo.fi/en/study-programme/the-masters-degree-programme-in-international-law-and-human-rights/
This two-year programme is designed to prepare its graduates for challenging careers in international and non-governmental organisations, public administration and academia, in the field of human rights law or another field of public international law. The programme consists of the following modules:
Compulsory courses in international law and human rights (40 credits) of which 20 credits are common for all students. In addition, students must study 20 credits in public international law. These courses may belong to the area of international human rights law, international refugee law, international humanitarian law, international criminal law, general international law, or any other field of public international law.
A research seminar and a Master's thesis (40 credits).
Elective specialisation (20 credits) in one freely chosen subject, within public international law or any other subject at Åbo Akademi University.
Free elective studies (20 credits) which need not be in one subject only.