English Law

General

Program Description

Key information

  • Name: Faculty of Law - Anglo-Saxon Law
  • Qualification: Bachelor
  • Level: Undergraduate
  • Accreditation: YOK, YODAK
  • School:Faculty of Law , Department of Law
  • Mode: full-time
  • Length: 4 years
  • Fees: 6000 Euros
  • Next start date: February 2020
  • Study abroad: Yes

Program Overview

In addition to courses in national legal system, which isbased on the Common law system, the programme curriculum is comprised of courses on international law. Principal courses within the legal domain are supplemented by various optional courses dealing with contemporary legal issues which aim at facilitating acquisition of knowledge by our students and raising their awareness of these legal issues hence preparing them for their future legal careers

Future opportunities

Our graduates are well qualified candidates for job opportunities in both public and private spheres concerningsuch positions asthat of , solicitor,justices of court, prosecutor , magistrate’s bailiffs, councel , barristerat law, civil law notary and governor. Globalization and rising interaction between nations will further enhance your career opportunities and enable you to expand your horizons regarding the future development of global politics.

Graduates of the Anglo-Saxon Law programme also have the chance to continue their career in academic institutions, by attaining a Master's and Ph.D. degree.

Courses

First Year

First Semester

English Legal Method I

Constitutional and Admin Law I

Legal Philosophy I

Legal Res. and Writing I

Communication and Study Skills I

National History I

5 courses

Second Semester

English Legal Method II

Constitutional &Administrative Law II

Legal Philosophy II

Legal Res. & Writing II

Communication & Study Skills II

National History II

5 courses

Second Year

First Semester

Criminal Law and Proc I

Contract Law I

Intro to EU Law I

Legal Accounting

Family Law I

Turkish I

5 courses

Second Semester

Crim. Law and Proc II

Contract Law II

Intro to EU Law II

Consumer Law

Family Law II

Turkish II

5 courses

Third Year

First Semester

Law of Torts I

Land Law I

Equity & Trusts I

Evidence& Civil Procedure I

Elective

6 courses

Second Semester

Law of Torts II

Land Law II

Equity & Trusts II

Evidence& Civil Procedure II

Elective

Elective

6 courses

Fourth Year

First Semester

Company Law I

Commercial Law I

Public International Law I

Evidence& Civil Procedure II

Elective

Elective

6 courses

Second Semester

Company Law II

Commercial Law II

Public International Law II

Evidence& Civil Procedure II

Elective

Elective

6 courses

Registration requirements

  • Completed University Application Form;
  • A copy of the photo page of your International Passport;
  • Completed Dormitory Application Form (if you intend to stay in the University accommodation);
  • High School Diploma or equivalent recognized qualifications;
  • Evidence of Competence in the English Language. TOEFL, IELTS or equivalent if available. If you do not have these qualifications your proficiency in English will be tested upon arrival at the University, in accordance with the Foundation English School.
Last updated November 2019

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