Participation in unified national exams, passing the C test and overcoming the minimum margin.
Applicants interested in a Master’s program should submit the following documents:
Documents should be submitted at the School of Law and Politics of the Georgian Institute of Public Affairs.
Internal admission exams will be conducted in the following sequence:
International Law Program
Written Test in English
Interview with the admission committee
Analytical thinking skills
Education in the field
The Master of International Law Program was established in 2005.
The program provides deeper theoretical knowledge and practical experience in different concentrations of international law and develops the ability to assess and analyze legal issues.
Most of the lecturers of the International Law Master’s Program have received a Western education and are actively engaged in their field. Learning methods and materials are based on those of American and European schools, emphasizing a combination of theoretical knowledge with practice during the learning process. The aim of the school is to introduce learning methods that are used in the leading universities of foreign countries.
The Master of International Law is a two-year program and consists of four semesters. Each academic year begins in September. After completing mandatory and elective subjects, students work on their diploma thesis.
The International Law Master’s Program is designed to train a student holding a bachelor's degree in the legal field who is equipped with the skills required for conducting independent scholarly research, among other practical skills. The program is aimed at educating professionals with democratic values, promoting graduates’ employment and the career growth of students in state or non-state institutions.
International Law Master’s Program Plan
(Elective and compulsory subjects)
Qualification awarded - Master of International Law
Level of teaching - master
Capacity of the program - 120 credits
Language of instruction - English
Duration of the program - 2 years
Schedule - evening
Annual fee of the program is 4,000 GEL.
Payments are made in 4 installments each semester.
In case of successful completion of the program, students will be awarded a Master's Degree in International Law.
The students with the highest GPA will be awarded scholarships each semester. The student with the greatest achievement in the International Law Master’s Program will have 50% of the tuition fee waived for the next semester.
JSC "TBC Bank"
Bank Code (MFO): TBCB GE 22
Name of the Recipient - Institute of Public Affairs of Georgia
Account Number - GE84TB1100000110700419 / GEL
Please indicate the personal number and name of the program when making payment.
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School of Law and Policies Coordinator
Mob: +995 595 582 260
Coordinator of International Law Master Program
Mob: +995 595797252