Europos ir tarptautinė verslo teisė (jungtinė studijų programa)
Why this study programme?
The objective of this joint master study programme 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.
Semester in Chambery
|Prof. Dr. Virginijus Bitė, Director of the Programme and Director of the Institute of Private Law at Faculty of Law, Mykolas Romeris University:
As coordinator of the Programme, I would like to invite all ambitious and cosmopolitan persons to joint this Programme. I am sure that our international team composed of renowned experts and the smart curriculum will allow students to develop their skills and knowledge necessary to make them the professional business lawyers of tomorrow.
|Prof. Dr. Eric Brunat, Director of the EIBL Master's degree and in charge of mission "Eastern Europe and Baltic States" at the Law Faculty in Chambéry, Université Savoie Mont Blanc, France:
This joint Master's degree (double diploma) fully delivered in English jointly by the Mykolas Romeris University in Vilnius, Lithuania (Master 1, first year), and the Université Savoie Mont Blanc in Chambéry, France (Master 2, second year), is an outstanding opportunity for ambitious students to get two Master's degrees in private law according to European standards. As a result of more than ten years of close partnership, the two Universities are offering an original / innovative double diploma with a strong theoretical and practical training, which makes it all the more valuable on the labor market. This "European and International Business Law" Master's degree, which includes an interesting and attractive multicultural approach, is an asset for the best professionals in business law both in Europe and worldwide".
|Programme type||Master's studies|
| Field of study
|Study area||Social sciences|
|Degree awarded||Master of Law|
|Accreditation||Centre for Quality Assessment in Higher Education|
|| Vilnius, Lithuania and Chambery, France (1st and 2nd semester - at Mykolas Romeris University, 3rd semester - at Savoie Mont Blanc University, 4th semester - optional, in a selected country)
|Starting date||September 1st|
|Tuition fee at MRU EU students||2240 EUR/per year|
|Tuition fee at MRU Non-EU students||3120 EUR/per year|
| Tuition fee at Savoie Mont Blanc University
||app. 300 EUR/per year|
- Bachelor's degree of law or an equivalent first university degree with a minimum 3-year study duration;
- English language proficiency - the level not lower than B2 (following the Common Framework of Reference for Language approved by the Council of Europe). Distant English language level test is organized for those, who do not have IELTS or TOEFL certificates.
International mobility possibilities
The international mobility is required. 1st and 2nd semester are carried out at MRU (in Vilnius, Lithuania) and MRU is responsible for the implementation of these semesters, meanwhile 3rd semester is carried out at Savoie Mont Blanc University (in Chambery, France). 4th semester is intended for a traineeship and writing of master's thesis and students may spend it in a selected country. Savoie University is responsible for the proper implementation of 3rd and 4th semesters. For the semesters in France and the traineeship, students can apply for Erasmus+ scholarship.
Graduates will be able to work in the private sector (e.g., in law firms, business advising companies, in various international and national organizations having business relations and interests in foreign countries, banks and other financial institutions, insurance companies, notaries' offices, etc.), as well as in public sector (national, European and international institutions promoting business growth, business supervising and monitoring agencies), in academic and research institutions, also in commercial litigation bodies (institutions of pre-trial dispute settlement, tribunals, courts of arbitration) and other organizations (such as associations promoting and defending interests and rights of consumers and employees). In addition, diploma holders will be able to work as independent consultants or set up their own companies providing legal business consulting services.
|Ina Katamadze, student from Georgia:
I really enjoy my master’s programme in European and International Business Law, it consists of very interesting subjects. I like the way of studying here, lecturers are great professionals in their field and friendly at the same time. Very often we have guest professors from different countries or local successful lawyers, who lecture in practical way or manage some debates about specific issues.
I enjoy library and its atmosphere, you can study there whenever you want, even at midnight.
My chosen study programme is joint with University of Savoie Mont Blanc, and I am looking forward to spend my third semester living and studying in France! After graduation, I’m going to receive both university’s diplomas.
In the news
Prof. Dr. Virginijus Bitė (MRU), e-mail: email@example.com
Prof. Dr. Éric Brunat (Savoie Mont Blanc University)