The mission of the LLB Law Program is to provide advanced undergraduate teaching in the field of domestic and international law and to graduate highly specialized students and equip them with theoretical knowledge and practical skills that will professionally prepare them for a variety of career options, locally, regionally and internationally.

Accordingly, the program aims to achieve the following specific objectives:
– To develop skills for independent learning and research;
– To critically apply academic knowledge in a range of different domains of domestic and international law;
– To develop analytical and theoretical skills to reflect autonomous and original thinking;
– To increase constructive engagement with creative and professional legal practices to convey reasoning, results and conclusions;


Semester I          
No. M/E Subject L E ECTS
1 M Introduction to law 3 1 7
2 M Constitutional law 3 1 7
3 M Human Rights 3 1 6
4 M Study Skills 2 0 2
5 M Academic Writing 2 1 5
6 M English Language I 2 1 5
Semester II          
No. M/E Subject L E ECTS
1 M Parliamentary Law and Practice 2 1 7
2 M Research Methodology 2 1 4
3 M Roman Law 2 1 6
4 M English Language II 2 1 5
5 E Elective Courses (choose one): Sociology of Law Economics Intercultural Competence Organizational Communication German Language                                    5
 Semester III          
No. M/E Subject L E ECTS
1 M Administrative Law 3 1 7
2 M Civil Law 2 1 6
3 M Criminal Law 2 1 6
4 M International Organizations 2 1 6
5 E Elective Course (Choose one) 2 1 5
    Public Administration      
    EU Integration      
    Organizational Behaviour      
 Semester IV          
No. M/E Subject L E ECTS
1 M Civil Procedure 3 1 7
2 M Criminal Procedure 2 1 7
3 M Family Law 2 1 6
4 M International Public Law 2 1 5
5 E Elective Course: Diplomatic Law Human Resource Management Marketing for Lawyers 2 1 5
 Semester V          
No. M/E Subject L E ECTS
1 M Iheritance Law 3 1 7
2 M Intenational private law 2 1 6
3 M EU Law 2 1 6
4 M Commercial Law 2 1 5
5 M Criminalistics Judicial clinic Leadership and Negotiation 1 2 6
 Semester VI          
No. M/E Subject L E ECTS
1 M Labour and Social Welfare Law 2 1 6
2 M Law of Obligations 3 1 7
3 M Environmental Law 2 1 5
4 M Kosovo’s Judicial System 2 1 6
5   Elective Courses: Students can choose one of the following elective courses: Criminalistics Judicial clinic Leadership and Negotiation 1 2 6
 Semester VII          
No. M/E Subject L E ECTS
1 M Intellectual Law 2 1 6
2 M Arbitration 2 1 6
3 M Banking Law 2 1 6
4 M Career Orientation & Internship 2 2 8
5 E Choose one elective: Legal Professions Terrorism Insurance Law 2 1 4
 Semester VIII          
No. M/E Subject L E ECTS
1 M Contractual Law 3 1 7
2 M Criminal Law – Special Topics 3 1 7
3 M Finance and Financial Law 2 1 6
4 M International Humanitarian Law 2 1 6
5 E Elective Courses: Students choose one of the elective courses 2 1 4
    Consumer Protection      
    Theories of International Relations      

Students from Universum College can go to study abroad for 4 to 5 months.

All students who are enrolled as students at Universum College may apply for Erasmus+ Mobility Programs. Study exchange opportunities are available to each study cycle:

– First study cycle (Bachelor or equivalent)
– Second study cycle (Master or equivalent)
– Third study cycle (Doctoral level)

Please note that Erasmus Student Mobility is carried out in the framework of Inter-Institutional Agreements between home (Universum) and host institutions (universities where you wish to apply for a semester). This means that before being able to apply, you should check whether Universum College has a partnership with the university where you wish to continue your studies. To do this, have a look at the list of universities with whom we collaborate.

-At least 5 completed exams at Universum College
– Active participation in extra-curricular activities organized by Universum College
– English Language knowledge (B1 or B2, as set by the host university)

– English Language Certification (TOEFL or Anglia Examination)
– Transcript of records in English (get this from Student Services)
– Passport copy
– 1 photo (300pix; size – 3*4 cm; file – .jpg)

Upon successful completion of the LLB Law program, students will be equipped with various skills such as knowledge and understanding of the courses they take, cognitive skills, practical and professional skills, and transferable skills. Upon completion of the Law program, the students will receive the Degree of Law Graduate, as such they will be able to apply their qualitative educational, professional and scientific knowledge in the field of law in practice, and will be prepared to face the challenges that will arise in their professional life in the legal field.

The normal minimum entry requirements for a candidate to be eligible for admission to the College’s courses are set out in the General Entry Requirements contained in the Prospectus. However, the absolute minimum criteria for a student to be admitted to this academic program, is that all students are expected to have successfully completed high school and have passed the national test (matura). In addition, in order to be enrolled in our program, all applicants are required to bring the following documents:

– Birth certificate
– Diploma and secondary school certificate
Legalized documents issued by the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology of the Republic of Kosovo for all those who have completed their education outside of the Republic of Kosovo
– Completing the application procedures at Universum College
– The contract of the study program if they meet eligibility criteria

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Valon Murati