Joint Degree Programmes
School of Law is one of 41 European universities and the only Estonian university to participate in the European Master’s Programme in Human Rights and Democratisation (EMA) – the oldest interdisciplinary master’s programme supported by the European Union. 1st semester is taught at the European Inter-University Centre for Human Rights and Democratisation (EIUC) in Venice and for the 2nd semester students relocate to one of the 41 participating universities to follow courses in an area of specialisation of their own choice.
We also participate in the European Joint Doctorate in Law and Development (EDOLAD) together with partners from Edinburgh, Oslo, Deusto, Tilburg and North-West University. Law & Development is a multi-disciplinary 3-year doctoral programme exploring the impact of and use of law in the development context.
Admission to joint degrees and joint programmes varies from one programme to another and we advise interested students to contact the programmes directly.