These are five-year integrated studies combining first and second cycle university studies (300 ECTS). Persons having secondary education or a type of education that equals it (the competitive score is based on the exam grades for History, Lithuanian language, Foreign language and a school grade for Mathematics subject).
After three years of general law studies, students can choose a specific branch of law from the following fields: Criminal Justice, Labour and Social Security Law, Finance and Tax Law, Commercial Law, Criminology, Applied Jurisprudence, International and European Union Law, State Management Law. The studies are completed by defending a Master’s thesis and passing an exam of a relevant study field, and the graduates are granted a degree of Master of Laws.
The diploma of Master of Laws enables one to seek any legal profession (a judge, a barrister, notary, etc) or to continue law studies in the PhD level.