"A student-oriented university"

Mentor supported dialogue education system

The educational concept is based on European and American standards in the grading system, organization of studies, didactic methods and curricula. Practice at the University is based on the best experiences and traditions of American colleges and European universities with the application of all the principles initiated by the Bologna process of European higher education reform. Only one-semester courses are studied at the University. The student is enabled to individualize his studies through the independent selection of optional and optional subjects (of which there are up to 25%), thus personalizing his studies within the framework of multidisciplinary study programs.

Efficiency, transitivity and standards of knowledge

Block system of teaching, teaching programs and textbooks formatted according to the Bologna metric of studies, providing textbook literature, recorded lectures and multimedia learning resources, interactive work in the classroom with small groups of students, organizing pedagogical workshops (seminars, case studies, legal clinics, simulations, VIP panels, student projects, instructional camps, collaborative learning) high motivation of students and high pass rates are achieved with the European standard of acquired knowledge and skills. The planned passing rate for the course is 80%.

Grading system

Publicity, transparency and cumulation of all forms of student work are characteristics of the grading system in which the grade is formed based on the evaluation of all sources of student work (work in the teaching process, work within free pedagogical forms and assessment of active knowledge in the exam). In the system of vertical progression during studies, other achievements of students related to practice, work experience, published works and participation in projects, as well as previous formal and informal forms of education that the student went through, are also scored.