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Tuition Fee
GEL 2,250
Per year
Start Date
Medium of studying
48 months
Program Facts
Program Details
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Area of study
Full time
Course Language
Tuition Fee
Average International Tuition Fee
GEL 2,250
About Program

Program Overview

The Alte University Bachelor of Laws program provides a comprehensive understanding of law, encompassing substantive and procedural aspects. Through a diverse range of courses and teaching methods, students develop analytical, critical thinking, and practical skills essential for a successful legal career. Graduates are equipped to work in various legal settings, including law firms, public institutions, and international organizations.

Program Outline

Degree Overview:

The aim of the Alte University Bachelor of Laws program is to provide the student with a broad knowledge of the basic features, theories, institutions, and norms of substantive and procedural law, as well as basic principles and values ​​in public, criminal, private, and international law; and to develop all the skills needed to apply the acquired knowledge in practice, such as the ability to analyze, critically think, and uphold values.


Compulsory courses (public, private, criminal, and international law)

-145 credits

Compulsory-elective courses

  • 55 credits

Free courses

  • 40 credits The program offers a wide range of subjects, including:
  • Communication skills
  • Legal writing
  • Professional ethics
  • Contracting methods
  • Procedural skills in criminal, civil, and administrative law
  • Constitutional proceedings
  • Fundamental human rights and freedoms
  • Corporate law
  • Banking law
  • Insurance law
  • International law
  • Criminology


The program uses a variety of learning methods, including:

  • Lecture
  • Explanation
  • Analysis
  • Mental assault
  • Discussion
  • Debate
  • Deductive and inductive methods
  • Case analysis
  • Comparative-legal analysis
  • Historical-legal analysis
  • Case study
  • Case-based training (PBL)
  • Action-oriented learning
  • Collaborative learning
  • Group work
  • Problem-based learning (PBL)


A graduate of the Bachelor of Laws program will be able to be employed as a lawyer, law expert, law consultant, etc:

  • In legal service organizations
  • In relevant public institutions in the field
  • In the private sector
  • In non-governmental organizations
  • In international organizations
  • In relevant research organizations