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The master’s degree program in International and European Public Law is a one-year program. The program offers to masters students the following:

  1. Acquirement of knowledge in the field of international and European pubic law through international public law, international criminal law, EU law and institutions, international arbitration, theory and practice of international political and economic diplomacy, economic analysis of law, international and European human rights protection mechanisms.
  2. Development of interpretation and application of relevant rules and principles of international and European law in practice.
  3. Acquirement of critical awareness of the way in which international relations and politics interact with the international legal system.
  4. Development of practical legal skills (i.e. legal research and writing), command of technical terms from this field as well as highly transferable skills, including presentation skills.
  5. Development of knowledge and skills for applying convincing lines of argument in relation to theoretical and practical questions applicable to the current problems of international law.
  6. Development of the art of written expression through extensive writing assignments within the field of law.


  1. Masters students will gain a clear in-depth understanding of broad range of issues relating to the theory and practice of international and European public law including its significant practical, legal and conceptual challenges
  2. Masters students will acquire the skills and knowledge necessary for rigorous analysis of contemporary international legal issues
  3. Masters students will develop a critical understanding of key international affairs by means of competent usage of theoretical and analytical tools
  4. Masters students will effectively use their critical thinking, argumentation and analytical skills and will master use of international law literature and other sources necessary for professional careers
  5. Masters students will learn to identify, analyze and formulate research questions, taking into account emerging research in the field of international and European public law

The master’s degree program in International and European Public Law is designed for people aiming to consolidate, expand, and advance their existing careers that require advanced knowledge of international law, as well as political and economic aspects of EU integration and international relations. After successful completion of all courses, master’s students will gain USA, EU, Turkey and BiH accredited diploma. The program will also help master’s students to launch their new careers in international and European law field.


Public service and government, international organizations, non-governmental organizations, international business relations, etc. Employment is possible locally, regionally and internationally.

Enrolling students are required to have a four-year undergraduate degree from an accredited university.

The title acquired upon successful completion of all courses and defense of master's thesis:

  1. Master of International and European Public Law


  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


The master’s degree program in International and European Public Law provides in-depth training in this field of law and requires familiarization with at least one other discipline (international relations, international economics, international history and politics).
This degree program comprises of compulsory courses and writing of a master's thesis. Courses in the program are structured in such a way that technical legal issues are analyzed in interdisciplinary perspective, political, economic, historical and sociological. Teaching methods are based on the case studies and lectures by Socratic methods, requiring an active involvement and interaction between students and professors.


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