Questions of examinations for PhD admission
PhD in Law
Introduction to Law – 5 ECTS;
Law of obligations 1-5 ECTS;
Law of obligations 2-5 ECTS
Total: 15 ECTS
There is no need to study prerequisite subjects if your Master’s degree (major) is a relative specialty.
All educational programs in the legal field
Advantage of studying under the program is an organic combination of scientific and practical focus of doctoral training in the field of law. Training is combined with the opportunity to get acquainted with the experience of practicing lawyers; master classes, public lectures of leading lawyers are organized within the framework of the program.
- Acquiring a broad-based knowledge and understanding of substantive and procedural law along with the legal, analytical reasoning, and complex problem solving skills necessary to apply this knowledge in professional work.
- Acquiring legal research and oral and written communication skills
- Being able to assess the relevance and use of different methods and processes in research and subject-related development projects
- Being able to contribute to the development of fresh knowledge, new theories and methods, interpretations and forms of documentation in legal science, and to position his/her own research in a broader professional and research-related context.
Compulsory & elective modules (courses)
Methods of legal research
Methods of writing academic articles
Copyright in the digital age
International Human Rights Law
Actual problems of international commercial arbitration
Scientific seminar on the research topic
Actual problems of corporate law
Theory and practice of criminal procedure
Personal data in civil circulation
Corporate lawyers, State offices, Lawyers, Prosecutors, Courts, Legal advisers, Law enforcement body, Ministry of Internal Affairs, Teaching Academicians, Policemen, National security officer, scientist and etc