Law «International and European Law»
The Programme trains specialists in international law. Students learn to apply their knowledge to relevant problems in international and European law, use legal terminology and categories of the EU law, and analyse and interpret international and European law.
The Programme aims to train qualified specialists in international law.
Advantages of the Programme: internships at the Universities of Göttingen and Marburg (Germany).
Upon completing the programme, you will be able to:
analyse international and European legal framework;
prepare appeals to intergovernmental human rights organisations.
40.04.01 . Law. International and European Law.
Duration of the Programme: 2 years.
Programme type: Full-time.
Language of instruction: Array.
Institute: Institute of Law.
Courses & Study Load
ECTS programme value: 120 credits
Core disciplines: international private and public law, European Union law, legal framework for Russia-EU relations, human rights protection in the European Court of Human Rights, international private maritime law, Schengen law, international criminal law and legal assistance in criminal matters, etc.
Professional Training / Internships
Government of the Kaliningrad region,
Kaliningrad Regional Court,
Kaliningrad Regional Bar Association,
International companies and organisations.
Graduates use their professional skills in careers in international companies, joint ventures, and public agencies.
Admission & Tuition
To enter a Master's programme applicants are required to take the following exams:
Constitutional law of the Russian Federation
Foreign language (a pass or fail test)
We also accept international certificates of proficiency in English
Cambridge exam: PET, FCE, CAE, CPE; IELTS; TOEFL or
German: Goethe-Zertifikat A2, Goethe-Zertifikat Fit in Deutsch, Goethe-Zertifikat B1 / B2 , -Goethe-Zertifikat C1, Goethe-Zertifikat C2: GDS, test DaF, DSD B2 / C1, - telc A2 / B1 / C1 / C2, -ÖSD, -DSH.
Alla SEREBRYAKOVA, Deputy Director of the Institute
Tel. +7 (4012) 31 0 0 67 (ext. 1006)