European Business Law  


Master’s Programme in English “European Business Law” is designed for those interested in working with EU Law, public and private law issues. It is designed with due regard to experience of the leading European law schools.

The Programme covers in-depth studies in EU Law, business and economic law and their interaction and current trends. Special courses aim at enhancing professional skills necessary for representing states, organizations, individuals before the EU institutions and organs, as well as for working with cases before European Court of Justice.

European Business Law Master’s Programme is intended to prepare an outstanding and proficient expert in EU law.

Graduates of the European Business Law Master’s Programme will have enough knowledge and skills to run for positions at leading law firms, at public authorities related to EU, at legal departments of public and private companies engaged in export and import as well as at their associations. Also the graduates will enable to independently analyse the trends of practical application of the EU Law at international and foreign courts, prepare reference materials, recommendations, provide expert advice etc.

Admission requirements:

LL.B (Bachelor of Law / Bachelor of International Law (including general courses on public international law and private international law).

Good working command of English

Degree on Graduation:

LL.M in International Law (with special training in European Business Law).

Duration of the Programme:

3 semesters (1,5 years)

Language of the Programme:


Number of ECTS Credits:


Programme’s structure:

Two semesters of academic studies:

One semester for writing Master’s thesis and internship

Courses offered:

Bloc 1.

Methodology of European Law Research (Second Semester)

EU Economic Law (First Semester)

EU Economic Law (Second Semester)

European Company Law (First Semester)

EU Competition Law (First Semester)

International Economic Organizations (Second Semester)

Public Procurement & State Aid regulation in the EU (Third Semester)

Bloc 2.

Settlement of International Disputes (First Semester)

Settlement of International Disputes (Second Semester)

EU Labour & Social Law (Second Semester)

EU Banking & Financial Instruments (Third Semester)

Bloc 3.

Advocacy & Legal Practice (Second Semester)

Business Transactions and International Sale of Goods (First Semester)

The Law of Doing Business in Europe & Ukraine (First Semester)

Legal Regulation of Intellectual Property & innovations in business (Second Semester)

Legal regulation of the EU Common Commercial Policy (Third Semester)

Bloc 4. 

English language – for Ukrainian students

Ukrainian Language – for foreign students

Translation and Interpreting Practicum – for Ukrainian students (Third Semester)