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University of Maribor

Master
24 months
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About

The 2nd-cycle study programme in Law leads to "magisterij" (master's degree). It is implemented by the Faculty of Law and is designed in a way to help students gain additional knowledge whether they have or haven’t finished the 1st-cycle study programme. Optional courses are offered to students giving them possibility to adjust their educational process according to their needs and expectations.

Overview

Graduates acquire necessary legal knowledge in particular interdisciplinary fields, made possible by the combination of mandatory and elective subjects. Emphasis is placed on training students on how to perform high standards research work and on the development of a multipurpose lawyer, qualified to work in all areas of the legal world, both for classical legal tasks and those tasks that are indirectly related to the law in terms of knowledge of general social competences and legal skills.

COURSES (ECTS)

Year 1: 1st Semester

  • Lex Mercatoria (7)
  • Legal Methods, Skills and Informatics (8)
  • Civil Law: Selected Topics (5)
  • Civil Procedure: Selected Topics (5)
  • The Constitutional and Administrative Law and EU Law: Selected Topics (5)

Year 1: 2nd Semester

  • Company Law and Trust Law (9)
  • Elective course 1 (7)
  • Elective course 2 (7)
  • Elective course 3 (7)

Electives:

  • Diplomatic and Consular Law (7)
  • Civil Enforcement Matters and Non-Contentious Procedures (7)
  • International Criminal Law (7)
  • Personal Rights and Media Law (7)
  • Comparative Law and Great Legal Systems (7)
  • Land Register Law (7)
  • Medical Law (7)
  • European Civil Procedural Law (7)
  • Law Dealing with Financial Statements (7)
  • Ethics and Law (7)
  • European Company Law – Freedom of Establishment (7)
  • European Competition Law (7)
  • Partaking in MOOT and MUN Competitions II (7)

Year 2: 3rd Semester

  • Philosophy and Theory of Law (8)
  • Judicial Protection of the EU (7)
  • Business and Company Law – Selected Materials (5)
  • Criminal Law – Selected Topics (5)
  • Labour Law and Social Law: Selected Topics (5)

Year 2: 4th Semester

  • Individual Research Work (10)
  • Master’s Thesis (20)

Programme Structure

Detailed programme structure is available under "Overview".

Key information

Duration

  • Full-time
    • 24 months
  • Part-time
    • 24 months

Start dates & application deadlines

More details

Candidates apply in 2 application periods. However, in the 2nd, they may apply only for programmes still having vacancies that the faculty decides to fill.

Language

Slovenian, Partially taught in English

Credits

120 ECTS

Delivered

On Campus

Academic requirements

We are not aware of any academic requirements for this programme.

English requirements

We are not aware of any English requirements for this programme.

Other requirements

General requirements

Please find detailed admission requirements at the following link: https://www.um.si/studij/podiplomski-studij/Documents/PF_EN_20-21.pdf (pages 1-2).

 

The Call for Application into Postgraduate Study Programmes of the University of Maribor for the 2020/2021 Academic Year is available at https://www.um.si/en/Study/about/Pages/call-for-enrolment-postgraduate-2020-21.aspx. 

Tuition Fee

Funding

Full-time students from Slovenia and other EU countries, and full-time students from non-EU countries who are granted international protection, applicants for international protection and persons from countries with which Slovenia has concluded bilateral agreement (i.e. North Macedonia, Montenegro, Kosovo, B&H, and Serbia) pay NO TUITION FEE (except the part for studying in English, if applicable) if they have not already obtained an education corresponding to master's degree.

You may find scholarship opportunities offered by the Public Scholarship, Development, Disability and Maintenance Fund of the RS at the following website: http://www.sklad-kadri.si/en/calls-for-applications-and-news/calls-for-applications.

Studyportals Tip: Students can search online for independent or external scholarships that can help fund their studies. Check the scholarships to see whether you are eligible to apply. Many scholarships are either merit-based or needs-based.

Due for update

Updated over a year ago

Check the official programme website for potential updates.

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