Part time PhD in Law and Regulations in Vilnius in Lithuania

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A PhD, also known as a Doctor of Philosophy degree, is a doctorate awarded by a university to the academic who has met all necessary qualifications and can now be considered a doctor in his or her academic field.

The Republic of Lithuania is the official name of the country. It is found in Northern part of Europe. Lithuania appreciates science and technology in their education system highly. It has the basic aspects of primary, secondary and tertiary levels of education. Lithuania is another leading country in the provision of arts, science, engineering as well as technological courses. Lithuania has faced several challenges in higher education the last years that led to the creation of 20 universities to enhance its accessibility.

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PhD in Law

Mykolas Romeris University
Campus Part time 4 - 6 years September 2017 Lithuania Vilnius

Doctoral programmes include studies, research and preparation of a doctoral thesis. The full-time studies' duration is 4 years, part-time - 6 years. Upon completion of a doctoral programme and public viva voce defence of the thesis, the doctor’s degree is awarded. [+]

Part time Doctorate Studies in Law and Regulations in Vilnius in Lithuania. The structurte of doctoral programmes Doctoral programmes include studies, research and preparation of a doctoral thesis. The full-time studies' duration is 4 years, part-time - 6 years. Upon completion of a doctoral programme and public viva voce defence of the thesis, the doctor’s degree is awarded. The studies are organized according to each candidate's individual work plan. However, each candidate must gather at least 30 ECTS gained through study subjects (each programme includes 3-6 subjects). The other part of the studies is allotted to the groundwork, the research, publication of at least 2 scientific peer-reviewed articles, participation in scientific conferences, and completion of the doctoral thesis. Enrollment criteria Primary admission criteria are described in the Regulation on Doctoral Training and Doctoral Studies Regulations of each science field. Applicant must be awarded a master's degree, present a research proposal and defend it in a Doctoral Committee's meeting. Also, the applicant should present his/her scientific publications (if there are any); in some fields a test in foreign language (English, French or German) is mandatory. The Doctoral Committees specify additional admission criteria and procedures each year in spring. Preparation of the thesis Dissertation must be an original scientific work, which includes the overview of previous scientific research related to the subject, thesis objective and goals, research methodology and also novelty and practical significance of the dissertation. Conclusions should be presented in a separate part of the dissertation. The dissertation also includes the curriculum vitae of the author and his/her list of scientific publications. The defence After final preparation of dissertation and its summary, the dissertation is defended in a public event (unless the thesis includes commercial confidentiality). During the defence the doctoral candidate presents his/her thesis: research objectives and tasks, methodology, statements and main conclusions of the dissertation. The Board presents their opinions and participate in the scientific discussion after which the Board secretly votes for or against acknowledgement of doctoral degree award. Courses I study year 1 Scientific Research Methodology / Social Research Methodology MRU/ VMU 9 243 30 213 e 2 The Problematics of Legal Philosophy / The Philosophy of Science MRU/ VMU 9 243 30 213 e Alternatives (to choose one): 3 The Problems of Administrative Law MRU/ VMU 6 162 e 3 The Problems of Administrative Procedure Law MRU/ VMU 6 162 e 3 Criminal Law Problems MRU/ VMU 6 162 e 3 The Problems of Criminal Procedure Law MRU 6 162 e 3 Biolaw Problematics MRU 6 162 e 3 The Problems of Civil Law MRU/ VMU 6 162 e 3 Civil Process Problems MRU/ VMU 6 162 e 3 Electronic Communication Law Issues MRU 6 162 e 3 The Problematics of European Union Law MRU/ VMU 6 162 e 3 Information Technology Law Issues MRU 6 162 e 3 The Problems with the Interpretation of the Constitution MRU/ VMU 6 162 e 3 The Problemic Issues in Criminalistics MRU 6 162 e 3 The Problems of Criminology MRU 6 162 e 3 The Problematics of International Private Law MRU/ VMU 6 162 e 3 The Problematics of International Public Law MRU/ VMU 6 162 e 3 The Problematics of History of Law MRU 6 162 e 3 The Problematics of Theory of Law MRU 6 162 e 3 Legal Mediation MRU 6 162 e 3 The Problematics of Legal Sociology MRU 6 162 e 3 The Problematics of Business Law MRU 6 162 e II study year Alternatives to improve transferable skills (to choose one): 4 Education MRU/ VMU 6 162 20 142 P/F 4 The Politics of Science and Studies MRU 6 162 20 142 P/F 4 Scientific Culture and Ethics MRU 6 162 20 142 P/F 4 Project Management MRU 6 162 20 142 P/F 4 Rhetoric [-]