On the 25th of April, the agreement on institutional cooperation among Kazimieras Simonavičius University (KSU, Lithuania), University of Nicosia (UNIC, Cyprus) and Yaroslav Mudryi National Law University (NLU, Ukraine) within the framework of master programmes was signed. Students of these universities will be able to gain Master degree from three Universities within 2 years study period.
Yaroslav Mudryi National Law University was established in 19th century and is a leading university in Ukraine in the field of Law. It has more than 23 thousands of students.
University of Nicosia is the biggest university in Cyprus and has more than 11 thousands of students from over than 70 countries. School of Law of University of Nicosia has more than 20 years of experience in the provision of a top-tier legal education.
According to the signed agreement, universities will cooperate leading to the following post-graduate degrees: an MA degree in Law and Politics in the European Union (UNic), LL.M. in European Union Law and Global Challenges (KSU) and a Master degree in International Public Law (NLU).
1 study – 3 diplomas
The students of KSU’ LL.M. European Union Law and Global Challenges study programme have the possibility to be awarded Master degree from three Universities within 2 years:
Students of KSU LL.M. European Union Law and Global Challenges study programme may choose to study:
Students have to study at least one semester at the universities they choose.
Please, note that University of Nicosia provides online studies so students do not have to go to Cyprus to study and may stay in their homeland country.
International study model – unique and flexible
KSU Law faculty’s dean dr. Aida Kišūnaitė says “For lawyers it is very important to have a wide network of contacts. This international study programme allows to expand students network in three countries! It increases employment possibilities in the international context.
It is also important to notice that this study programme is very flexible: the student is free to choose not only the partners’ university and semester in which he/she wants to study there, but also the study subjects.
This integrated study model is very convenient from time and financial perspectives: instead of three different studies, which would last for 6 years, a student studies only 2 years. It also widens the horizons of knowledge because three different Law study programmes are integrated. Upon the completion of the studies, the student is awarded three separate diplomas from each partner university”.
Duration: 2 years (1,5 years for those who choose to study only at KSU or at KSU and the University of Nicosia).
Degrees: Master in Law (Kazimieras Simonavičius University), Master in Law and Politics in EU (University of Nicosia) and Master in International Public Law (Yaroslav Mudryi National Law University)
For more information please contact: dr. Aida Kišūnaitė (e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, tel. nr. +370 5 213 5172).