Master in Law Studies in Moldova

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A masters is the first level of graduate coursework and can be obtained after you receive a bachelor’s degree. Earning a masters usually requires two years of full-time study, which amounts to 36 to 54 semester credits.

 

Law and regulations are the sets of rules and guidelines created by people to be followed by other people. The subdivisions of this field include everything from international government relations to ensuring appropriate business practices.

There are several state and private higher education institutions in Moldova and a growing number of students. Located at the crossroads of several cultures, Moldova is an ideal location for students who hope to increase their awareness of cultural differences and fluency in one of the Romance languages.  

Masters Degree in Law Studies in Moldova

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Master in International institutional law

Free International University of Moldova
Campus Full time September 2017 Moldova Chisinau

The Master program "International institutional law" addresses to wide socio-professional categories, namely people who are trained to apply and to interpret the international and EU law. [+]

Best Masters Degrees in Law Studies in Moldova. Master in International institutional law The Master program "International institutional law" addresses to wide socio-professional categories, namely people who are trained to apply and to interpret the international and EU law. The program is focused on two law branches - international public law and European Union law, being structured so that the skills gained in the first semester could be useful in the study process of the second semester. The program is unique in its content not only in Moldova, but also in the region. In its development, there were taken into account the positioning of a future specialist in relation to the realities and challenges that not only the Republic of Moldova is facing but also the countries in the region. The structure of the Master program provides the opportunity to invite national and international experts, including those delegated by the International Bodies with whom are established partnership agreements, such as UNHCR or ICRC. The I and II Semester of studies of the proposed master program are composed from a complex of fundamental and specialized compulsory disciplines. The II Semester includes an internship (10 ECTS). The study includes the elaboration of a master's thesis, a process planned for the III Semester. The Masters graduates have access to the doctoral cycle to specialty 552.08 - international public Law and European law. The Master's program "International institutional law" has an innovative character, since it reflects the current trends in doctrine and practice of... [-]