Duration of studies: 4 years (8 semesters)

Description of the programme:

The aim of the programme is to provide PhD students with specific knowledge of narrow legal specialisations and the skills to develop it independently through innovative research methods and then implement it into doctoral projects. Within the framework of the program, obligatory and facultative classes are provided that expose the achievements of the general theoretical and historical sciences and the so-called  detailed dogmatics, as well as lectures of professors from other academic centers, who will disseminate the knowledge of their research specialties.

The programme provides PhD students with the required experience and extended specialist knowledge in the field of legal sciences necessary to perform a variety of public functions and professional roles requiring advanced legal knowledge.

Career opportunities.

Advanced legal knowledge is useful and even necessary in most areas of professional and economic activity. Primarily, it includes the legal professions, the growing field of legal and economic consulting, the public service in the judiciary and public administration, including local government and the NGO sector.

Graduates have knowledge and skills in the field of legal sciences, but also in part of the study of administration included in the scope of administrative law. They are qualified to work at all levels of public authority, in all legal professions, in government bodies and offices of general and special administration (combined and non-combined) and local government units, in legal service units and administrative services of economic operators, offices of non-governmental organizations and political parties, national institutions, EU and international administration, as well as enterprises cooperating with EU Member States and their representatives, as leaders of units or to continue research in as academic experts in their field. In particular, they will be well prepared for a post-doctoral internship and for work in research institutes in the country and abroad.


  • general jurisprudence
  • penal sciences
  • private law
  • legal system of authority and public administration
  • europeanisation of national and international law