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PROGRAM OBJECTIVES

The doctoral degree program in International Law is a three-year program, which consists of academic courses, seminars and research papers. The program offers doctoral students the following:

  1. Acquirement of knowledge in the field of international law through international criminal law, international trade law, international investment law, EU law, international arbitration, theory and practice of international relations and economic diplomacy
  2. Development of academic skills for independent scientific research in international law
  3. Development of teaching skills and knowledge
  4. Acquirement of current knowledge in the given scientific field, presenting the results of scientific research at national and international scientific conferences
  5. Advancement and personal development for future significant contribution to the overall development of society

STUDENT LEARNING OBJECTIVES

  1. Doctoral students will have an important opportunity to acquire both theoretical and practical training with an international dimension
  2. Doctoral students will acquire the skills of writing necessary to begin careers as legal scholars
  3. Doctoral students will deepen and enhance their knowledge of international law issues, qualifying them for academic and research positions and international research cooperation
  4. Doctoral students will gain intellectual initiative and independence and an ability to bring a significant theoretical and practical contribution to their understanding of legal issues in the area of international law
  5. Doctoral students will gain training and experience in teaching with the intention of gradually preparing them for independent teaching
  6. Doctoral students, as doctoral researchers, will facilitate a research culture both within and outside of the University in which they are full and active participants

The doctoral degree program in International Law is primarily designed for people aiming to continue their career in the academic environment or research roles in law or other related fields. The diploma is accredited in the EU, Turkey and BiH. Nevertheless, people employed in civil service, the international and NGO sectors who are working in legal and other jobs that require in-depth knowledge of both the theoretical and practical aspects of international and European law, as well as international relations, should also benefit from this doctoral program in their consulting and knowledge sharing expertise.

CAREER PATHS

Academia, public service and government, international organizations, non-governmental organizations, international business. Employment is possible locally, regionally and internationally.

Enrolling students are required to have a master’s degree from an accredited university.

Candidates who meet the requirements of this program and successfully defend their dissertations are awarded an AUBiH doctoral degree. The title acquired upon successful completion of all academic courses and defense of the doctoral dissertation:

  1. Doctor of Legal Sciences in the Field of International Law

WHY AUBiH?

  1. American diploma
  2. U.S. accredited program
  3. New concept of education
  4. Smart classrooms
  5. AUBiH Online
  6. Live stream classes
  1. Classes in English
  2. Local and International professors
  3. Low tuitions
  4. Career-oriented studies
  5. Online textbooks
  6. Quality controlled lectures

DOCTORAL DEGREE PROGRAM IN INTERNATIONAL LAW

The doctoral degree program in International Law is a challenging program tailored for outstanding students with a strong commitment to international law and a proven ability in independent research work. This program prepares graduates for either academic and research careers or for executive positions in the public or private sectors. The doctoral program in International Law presents a combination of course work and research. The doctoral program is small by design and admits a limited number of doctoral students. With a wide range of research and professional interests, the Faculty members offer research supervision in a variety of subjects.

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