Master of Laws (Integrated studies)
Full-time studies – 5 years

Part-time studies – 5 years
Online studies – 5 years
Language – Lithuanian
Location – Vilnius

Do you have any questions?

Contact: admission@ksu.lt

About the programme

The programme of integrated studies of Law is classical studies of law simultaneously combining the undergraduate and graduate studies. The study programme provides the fundamental legal knowledge and skills, which are regulated by normative documents. The whole of subjects is the basis, in addition to specific qualification restrictions, to pursue a career in all major areas of legal activities.

The aim of the programme is to train top-level lawyers capable of exercising the conceptual way of thinking, identifying and solving problems of legal regulation in various fields and of various complexity, applying legal norms and serving the public and private sectors at the national, regional and international levels, in compliance with professional qualification, social responsibility, quality and ethical standards.

During the legal studies, theoretical studies are linked to the maximum extent to practical activity, accumulation of experience and research, building the valuable active approach to modern life, educating special communication skills and career planning.

Program unique features

Studies focus on current trends in law sector

Small group of students,

individual attention to each student

Possibility to combine studies and work

After graduation you will be able to:

  • Make legal decisions, understand contemporary legal regulation contexts, apply legal knowledge effectively, analyze and organize legal processes;
  • Using legal terminology, you will be able to analyze practical situations of personal and social behavior, convey ideas to a variety of audiences, analyze information about legal and social processes, raise reasoned hypotheses, be able to independently conduct legal research oral and written arguments;
  • Correctly apply legal norms and understand documents expressing them, analyzing legal sources and critically evaluating different opinions and positions;
  • Identify, individually and in a team, the legal means and methods of resolving a social dispute with an element of legal vulnerability that best fit and purposefully change the situation and ensure effective protection and realization of the rights and legitimate interests of social partners;
  • Make decisions by applying specialized (sub) branch legal norms and be able to provide complex legal conclusions, taking into account the peculiarities of regulation of legal relations in other spheres and the prevailing specifics thereof;
  • Apply analytical critical, legal thinking and be able to collect and analyze information needed to solve important practical and scientific problems and to interpret and apply legal norms in specific areas of socio-legal relations.

Career prospects

Study subjects

  • English language
  • The logic of law
  • Legal History
  • Latin legal terminology
  • Legal institutions and professions
  • Theory of law
  • Roman law
  • Philosophy of law
  • Constitutional law
  • Criminal Law
  • Administrative law
  • Civil law
  • Technology law and data protection
  • Psychology of law
  • Social research methods
  • Administrative process law
  • Labor law
  • Civil Procedure Law
  • Criminal Procedure Law
  • International Public Law
  • National Security Law
  • Family and Succession Law
  • Finance and tax law
  • Private International Law
  • European Union law
  • Law of Obligations
  • Criminology
  • Professional practice
  • Civil Service Law
  • Self-government and electoral law
  • Public procurement law
  • Prevention and control of corruption
  • Forensics
  • Course work
  • Criminal intelligence
  • Enforcement process law
  • Business Law
  • Bankruptcy Law
  • International protection of human rights
  • Legal reasoning and rhetoric
  • Intellectual law
  • Mediation law and alternative dispute resolution
  • Forensic Medicine
  • Stages of legal proceedings
  • Master’s thesis
  • Legal work practice
  • Final Law Exam

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Why study in Lithuania?

Lithuania is one of the most bilingual and educated nation in Europe, which makes studying here an excellent opportunity to develop your prospects for an interesting career.

The telecommunications, digital media, biotech, aviation, and aeronautical engineering industries are distinctly strong in Lithuanian.

Another big reason why students choose to come to Lithuania is personal safety. Studying abroad can be obscure, especially if you’re leaving your friends and family behind.

Lithuania is an affordable option, Tuition fee and living cost compared to other countries is fairly low-priced.

You can earn while you learn, international students can work during their semesters, you would not require work permit as your study permit is enough to help you find a part time job.

According to surveys, 94.2% of foreign students would recommend studying in Lithuania to their friends. Currently there are students from 95 different countries of the world studying in Lithuania.


Living in Vilnius!

Vilnius is the capital of Lithuania and most international city in the Baltic region. Lithuania is a member of European union and Students enjoy all the benefits of it: euros as a currency, Visa free travel – Vilnius Airport offers direct flights to many European capitals.

The inhabitants of Vilnius are the most satisfied to live in their city of all 28 European Union capital cities, according to the latest Eurostat study.

The New York Times Ranks Vilnius as one of the best places to live.

Fun facts About Lithuania!

  • Basketball is the most popular sport and said to be the second religion of Lithuanians.  Several Lithuanian basketball players have gone up to the NBA’s Hall of Fame. The Lithuanian players who are currently in the NBA include: Jonas Valanciunas, Mindaugas Kuzminskas and Domas Sabonis. Ignas Brazdeikis.
  • Lithuanians Are Super aeronautical and love being in the air. Vilnius is the only capital in the world that you can fly a hot air balloon over.
  • Two famous Pilots Steponas Darius and Stasys Girėnas attempted a cross Atlantic flight from NYC to Kaunas, Lithuania.
  • Aerobatic flying is another specialty; Jurgis Kairys, the world championship even has a maneuver named after him: the Kairys Wheel.
  • Lithuania is a geographical centre of Europe. Jean-George Affholder, a scientist from the French National Geographic Institute determined that the geographic centre of Europe is located at 54°54′N 25°19′E, near a Lithuanian village named Purnuškės.
  • Lithuania has one of the fastest Internet connections in the World. Lithuania is the first country in Europe which has introduced the Local Breakout (LBO) technology, offering cheap mobile internet for travellers and allowing them to avoid big data roaming charges.
  • Lithuanian Language is one of the most ancient language of all time. The longest Lithuanian word is: “nebeprisikiškiakopūsteliaujantiesiems” which has 37 letters.
  • Lithuania is famous for being the only country in the World with its own official scent, called “The Scent of Lithuania”.
  • The Easter eggs are not brought here by some cute and fluffy bunnies, it is the Easter Granny (“Velykų Bobute”) who does that job in Lithuania.