Curriculum Structure

The regular program duration is for one year and it is separated into two semesters. Successful students should complete all courses in every semester.

The degree is awarded upon the successful completion of all courses and a submission of written research project. Only after the successful completion of the exams, the students can go through the oral defense of the results, completing the student academic obligations. The master thesis has a workload of 15 ECTS based of the normative requirements and the volume of the work hours.

Aiming to facilitate the mobility of students, the ECTS also enables further study abroad. The students can transfer the ECTS that have successfully gained at any other institutions after the review and the compatibility of the course syllabuses.

 

Semester I
No.M/ESubjectsECTS
1CAdvanced Private Law7
2CObligations and Contracts6
3CCommercial Law5
4CComparative Private Law4
5CInternational and EU Intellectual Property Law4
6CLegal Research4
    
Semester II
No.M/ESubjectsECTS
1CAdvanced Civil Procedure5
2CCompetition Law4
3CIndustrial Property Protection3
4CInternational Trade Arbitrage3
5CThesis15

 

The theoretical ratio will be realized by applying traditional methodology to support the competences that the student develops in class and through individual workload, offering to them the last development of Kosovo’s civil legislation.  In this regard, there are engaged experts and professors engaged in our Faculty. Also, will be engaged judges, prosecutors and lawyers will facilitate the practical review of the challenges of the justice system and the law implementation the, who can contribute with thematic lessons on practical issues on commercial law, advanced procedure law or contractual law.