Mondo International Academy

LLB – Bachelor of Law

The aim to study of law is to encourage a broad outlook on legal issues, an understanding of the functions of law and of the legal system, and an appreciation of the place of rules of law in the construction of politics and society. The students will understand that the law is present all-around around us. To study law at MIA is to explore key issues of fundamental importance to society.
In the LLB Bachelor of Law International Business Law study program, we have focused primarily on the theory and basic theoretical background of law to provide students with an understanding of subjects that are already relevant to specific areas of International Business Law.

The theoretical premises are the basis of each year, while each additional level is associated with a repetition of previous knowledge with the connection of new thematic units.

Advantages:

  • the possibility of a parallel study together with another study program,
  • specialization in a certain field.

For more information about the general admission procedure click here.

Study form

Combined form (Blended learning)

The combined form (Blended learning) is a combination of online study with passing exams and defending project work directly at the academy, or in one of the partner ICC – Information Consultation Centres of the academy. The combined form of study offers flexible learning opportunities that allow you to combine study with work or entrepreneurship. During the study, the student is in direct contact with the teacher via e-mail or via the SEP Online Platform. The online form of study has the character of modern education without regular weekend lectures.

Selection of modules and specialization

The student has several options when choosing modules. The first advantage for the student is the specialization of the program. There are basic (compulsory) modules in every study program. The student determines the specialization by replacing three modules from another study program, e.g., an MBA.
The second option is to change three subjects from the elective subjects, and the third option is to keep the study program unchanged and, thus, only complete the compulsory subjects.

First Year

Mandatory modules:

  1. History of Law I.
  2. EU Law I.
  3. Roman Law I.
  4. Theory of Law I.
  5. Human Rights I.
  6. International Law I.
  7. International Business Law I.
  8. Latin
  9. Foreign Language 1 option (Latin, English, German, Spanish, France, Russia)

Compulsory modules:

  • History of US Constitution I.
  • Corruption
  • Penology
  • Criminology I.
  • Legal Informatics
  • Politics
  • Ecclesiastical and canon law

Second-year

Mandatory modules:

  1. History of Law II.
  2. EU Law II.
  3. Roman Law II.
  4. Legal English I.
  5. Theory of Law II.
  6. Legal English II.
  7. International Law II.
  8. International Business Law II.
  9. Foreign Language 1 option (Latin, English, German, Spanish, France, Russia)

Compulsory modules:

  • Criminology
  • History of US Constitutional Law II.
  • Healthcare and Law
  • Sport and Law
  • Legal Politology
  • European intellectual property law
  • Philosophy of law

Third-year

Mandatory modules:

  1. Human Rights II
  2. EU Law III.
  3. Roman Law III.
  4. Legal English III.
  5. EU Treaties and legislation.
  6. Legal English IV.
  7. International Criminal Justice (International Arbitration)
  8. International Business Law III.
  9. Foreign Language 1 option (Latin, English, German, Spanish, France, Russia)
  10. Research Methods

Compulsory modules:

  • Legal Comparison
  • Diplomatic protocol
  • Information Systems for Layers
  • Banking law.
  • Diplomacy
  • Stylistics and rhetoric.
  • Psychology for Lawyers
  • Psychology of the offender

4th. Year

1. Mandatory – Research methods:

– work with hypotheses, theories, and models

– Consultations with Mentors

2*. Optional

13 weeks practice in partner companies or SMEs – market analysis/research/questioning

3. Mandatory – Defense of Thesis

Study obligations of the Program Participant

Preparation of semestral works in the form of “Open Book Exam”

Self-study

Research and preparation of master thesis to the extent of 40 pages.