Bachelor's in Law

06 აპრილი 2018



Programme Title: 


Qualification awarded: 

Bachelor's in Law

Programme Credits: 

251 ECTS

Language of Instruction: 


Duration of the Programme: 

4 years

Objectives of the Programme:

The aim of the programme is to prepare law specialists who have a thorough theoretical knowledge and practical skills required to be a successful lawyer. Graduates will be able to work in leading positions in legal firms, public sector, judiciary and international organizations.

The School of Law comprises both private and public law, with a focus on private (business) law.

Career Options:

After completing the Bachelor Program graduates will be able to work in various fields, including, but not limited to:

  • private legal companies;
  • consulting organisations;
  • state institutions;
  • international organisations;
  • NGOs;
  • private organizations.·

Learning Outcomes: 

After completion of Bachelor Programme, graduates will own general and specific competencies listed below:

General Competences:

Ability to:

  • critically analyse, discuss and debate;
  • professionally write and communicate in native language;
  • write and communicate in a foreign language (English);
  • continuously learn and deepen the knowledge;
  • adapt and act in unfamiliar and changing environments;
  • use modern information and communication technologies;
  • appreciate and respect differences and cultural diversity.

Specific Competences:

  • knowledge of the peculiarities and characteristics, as well as the substantive and procedural norms of the national law system;
  • knowledge of the main stages of development of justice systems, currently existing judicial systems in the world and their basic principles;
  • knowledge of major theoretical schools and trends of law;
  • knowledge of the arrangement of the state legal system and its basic legal principles;
  • knowledge of the substantive and procedural norms of the constitutional law and ability to reasonably judge the proportionality of the limitations of human rights in specific cases;
  • knowledge of the general principles, meanings ​​and values of law​;
  • understanding of the law, which will contribute to legislative amendments, scientific innovations and continuously updated knowledge;
  • understanding of the cutting-edge techniques that will help in future practices;
  • knowledge of the substantive norms of the National Property Law and ability to prepare specific type of documentation on this topic;
  • knowledge of the substantive and procedural norms of national criminal law;
  • ability to prepare documents for trial in relation to civil, criminal, constitutional and administrative law and use techniques for delivering the processes;
  • knowledge of basic substantive rules regulating international business transactions;
  • ability to write proposals for private legal agreements and use negotiation techniques to generate an agreement between participants;
  • ability to deploy economic and business concepts to develop a case strategy;
  • knowledge of substantive and procedural norms of the general administrative law and ability to prepare administrative-legal documentation;
  • understanding of the justice system and basic principles of European Union and European organizations;
  • knowledge of the substantive norms regulating family and inheritance law and ability to prepare specific type of documentation within this topic;
  • knowledge of the public international law system and its basic law principles;
  • knowledge of economic judicial analysis methods and their use to solve certain types of legal problems.

Full description of the programme

Curriculum of the programme