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Master’s in Comparative Private & International Law

New Vision University
2 years
Master's degree
Scholarships available
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Master’s in Comparative Private & International Law

The aim of the program is to develop competencies in the field of comparative private and/or international law needed for conducting activities at internationally active national, as well as international and transnational institutions. As a student, you can get acquainted with modern developments in respective fields and be able to conduct independent research in accordance with NQF VII level competencies.

The broad choice between comparative private and international law components enables a student to shape his/her profile in either way: to make emphasis on comparative private law or on international law or to combine components from both concentrations and develop competencies most suitable for prospective employment. Core courses are offered only in the first semester  of the course developing competencies generally necessary in both fields of concentration.

Methods employed are widely based on the mixture of interactive teaching and promotion of independent personal development through a combination of theoretical components and practical experience, aiming at the development of skills and values needed to interpret the law in line with the requirements of human rights primacy, i.e. equality and proportionality.

Admission requirements

  • BA degree in Law and Master’s Exam /MoES special Regulation
  • Master’s Exam consists of General Master’s Exam and University exams in the field of study and English language (B2);

In Case of MoES special Regulation:

  • Application,
  • Motivation,
  • Proof of Proficiency inEnglish at B2 level.

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Program content

The Graduates will have:

  • Broad and systemic knowledge in the field of chosen concentration, which fosters development of original ideas and exposure to the wider understanding of the lawyer’s role in the changing environment;

  • Ability to act in a new, unpredictable and multidisciplinary environment while providing complex assessment of legal problems and developing original ways of resolving them  through utilization of  the most recent methods and approaches in analyzing legislative developments and judicial practice;

  • Ability to make sound judgments on the basis of critical analysis of complex and incomplete information (including analysis of novelties in the context of new legislative regulation, judicial practice or recent research approaches) and capacity to synthesize innovatively recent data with older one;

  • Ability to communicate own judgments, arguments, and research methods to academic and professional community in the English language, with due consideration of the academic integrity/disclaiming standards and recent developments in the field of information, technology and communication;

  • Ability to independently manage learning process, to determine the synthesis of theoretical components and practical experience, as well as to expand own knowledge on the basis of recent methods through generalized analysis of primary sources, academic articles and court decisions;

  • Ability to evaluate own and others’ attitude towards values, to analyse the existing legal values with a view to fair balancing of the party interests and, in the case of need, contribute to the creation of new ones; to develop values needed to interpret law in line with the requirements of human rights primacy (i.e. equality, proportionality) and to contribute to the establishment of new solutions.


Scholarships & funding

Following NVU's mission that endeavors equal access to education for students from around the world, a 25% University Scholarship is applicable to students who successfully pass elected courses during two consecutive semesters.


4500 USD (with scholarship USD 3375)

NVU implements transparent and consistent fee policy which does not alter throughout entire period of study. All intermediaries and agencies dully authorized are obliged to follow it. No other charges unless specific service offered (i.e. flight tickets, airport transfer, hostel accommodation or room rental, insurance etc.) may be charged.

Fee covers all costs related to teaching process, i.e. teaching materials, language enhancement courses (if needed), acknowledgment of prior learning as well as remaining student services.


Master's Program in Comparative Private and International Law (Master of Laws, LL.M.) - 120 credits

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New Vision University

NVU aspires to create an open, innovative and collaborative environment, to ensure student engagement and serve society on a national and international scale. Upholding equal access and equity, it adheres to diverse student-centered education and lifelong learning opportunities. By collaborating...

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1a Evgeni Mikeladze Str
0159 Tbilisi

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