Administrative Law; Administrative Procedure
Administrative Law; Administrative Procedure
Level of study:
Postgraduate Course
Direction of preparation:
Law
Department:
Law Institute
Training period :
3 years
Language of study :
Russian
The contact person
Head of Department, Doctor of Law, Doctor of Economic Sciences, Full Professor
+7 (495) 434-32-11 (13-86)
Cost of education
It is shown that the cost of tuition for one year
For Russia and CIS citizens
5400 4650
For the citizens of the countries of "far abroad"
240000
Training period :
4 years
Language of study :
Russian
The contact person
Head of Department, Doctor of Law, Doctor of Economic Sciences, Full Professor
+7 (495) 434-32-11 (13-86)
Cost of education
It is shown that the cost of tuition for one year
120000

About the profession

Administrative lawyers deal with legal relations in public administration. This includes legal relations of public authorities with one another and between them. Administrative lawyer field of specialization also involves cases defending citizens accused of committing an administrative offence, as well as cases of dismissals and bans on certain activities of citizens. The list of administrative offences is specified in the Russian Federation's Code on Administrative Offenses and in the Laws on Administrative offenses of Subjects of the Russian Federation. The main task of a lawyer is to prove that his client did not commit an administrative offence; either he can and should be given an absolute discharge, or an administrative ban should be lifted.

Educational process

Postgraduate students work side by side with the department's professors in independent research and development; contract research and development; as well as other scientific research projects conducted by the Department. Young scientists take part in annual conferences held both inside and outside RUDN. Through cooperation with the Institute of Law, the department supports a Program of Academic Mobility for postgraduates. New contacts and postgraduate exchange programs with foreign universities are growing rapidly. The aim of this program is to provide deeper knowledge of the disciplines within the curriculum. Together the Department and the Institute of Law offer their postgraduate students an opportunity for inter-university and international study, resulting in thesis research and its presentation to the Thesis Committee.

Disciplines

  • Administrative Law;
  • Administrative Procedure;
  • Administrative Litigation Law;
  • Theory of Administrative Law Act;
  • Theory of Administrative Law Contract.

Practical training

Practical training is a mandatory component of post-graduate curriculum. It consists of a number of practical post-graduates activities such as teaching certain subjects, class activity management, scientific and methodical work on a subject, and acquisition of necessary teaching skills. The aim of the teaching practicum is the study of the basics of pedagogical, educational and methodical work at institutions of higher education, so as to master teaching skills for conducting classes on various subjects from the specialization curriculum. The main objective of teaching practicum is to show the results of comprehensive psychological, pedagogical, socio-economic and IT readiness in teaching activities. Besides, post-graduates have an access to fieldwork in government agencies, as well as domestic and international companies.

Career

Our alumni are in great demand in the labour market. There is an extensive range of options: the State Duma, the Federation Council, the Security Council, Ministry of Internal Affairs, to name just a few, and of course there are always those who dedicate themselves to serving 'Her Majesty the Science' rather than engaging in practical activity. The fact that most all staff professors – Doctors of Law - were formerly postgraduates of the Department proves this.