School of Law, University of Nicosia
The School of Law houses two departments, the Department of Law and the Department of Politics and Governance. The LLB is unique for accommodating a comparative legal environment and for offering a full range of courses of common law (English law), continental law (Greek law) and mixed law (Cypriot law). The Department of Politics and Governance also offers a well-recognised BA in International Relations and European Studies. At postgraduate level, there is a wide range of options at School level: an LLM with concentration on European Business Law, as well as Human Rights and Criminal Justice, an MA in International Relations and European Studies, a joint MA in the Law of the Economy and of the Enterprises with the Hellenic Open University, a joint MA in Criminal Law and Addictions with the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki; as well as an MA in Law and Politics in the European Union and an MA in Public Administration, offered with the support of the well-known Centre of European Constitutional Law-Tsatsos Foundation. At PhD level, the School offers a PhD in Law, a PhD in International Relations and European Studies, a PhD in Public Administration, as well as a joint PhD in Human Rights, Society and Multi-Level Governance with the Universities of Padova, Zagreb and Western Sydney.