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Masters Programs in International Law Studies in Georgia 2021/2022

Georgia is a sovereign state in the Caucasus region of Eurasia. Located on the coast of the Black Sea, it is bounded to the north and northeast by Russia, to the south by Turkey and Armenia, and to the southeast by Azerbaijan.

Top Master Programs in International Law Studies in Georgia 2021/2022

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Sulkhan-Saba Orbeliani Teaching University
Tbilisi, Georgia

The purpose of the Law Master Educational Program to supply the student with in-depth and systemic knowledge in the field of Private, Public, or Criminal Law and Comparative L ... +

The purpose of the Law Master Educational Program to supply the student with in-depth and systemic knowledge in the field of Private, Public, or Criminal Law and Comparative Law; teach them main characteristics of national and foreign legal systems, theories of law, institutions, legal norms of material and procedural law character, general principals of law, values. -
MA
Full-time
Georgian
Campus
 
Tbilisi Open University (Tbilisi Open Teaching University)
Tbilisi, Georgia

The Master of International Relations program develops international affairs professionals who understand complex, transnational issues and manage real-world organizations. St ... +

The Master of International Relations program develops international affairs professionals who understand complex, transnational issues and manage real-world organizations. Students acquire qualitative and quantitative analytical skills and the hands-on management skills required by leaders in the major fields of international affairs and substantive knowledge of a policy concentration and demonstrated foreign language ability. -
Master
Full-time
Georgian
Campus
 
New Vision University
Tbilisi, Georgia

The program aims to develop competencies in the fields of comparative private and/or international law. The choice between comparative private and international law components ... +

The program aims to develop competencies in the fields of comparative private and/or international law. The 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. -
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Russian
Campus