The Ukrainian Catholic University is an open academic community living the Eastern Christian tradition and forming leaders to serve with professional excellence in Ukraine and internationally – for the glory of God, the common good, and the dignity of the human person.
Ukrainian Catholic University has 6 degree-granting faculties. UCU is known for its independent public position, the scope of its international outreach, its commitment to value-based education, social responsibility, and academic integrity. University aspires to train a new generation of students capable to share responsibility for their university’s achievements and combine their professional education with acquiring soft skills, as well as leadership and civic attitudes.
Theology and Philosophy Faculty
Faculty of Humanities
Faculty of social sciences
Faculty of health sciences
Faculty of applied sciences
Lviv business school
In 2016, the Ukrainian Catholic University opened the Master's Program in Human Rights, whose graduates study for 1.5 years and receive a Master's degree in Law. The goal of the program is to prepare practicing specialists in the field of defense of human rights with the necessary knowledge, valuable standards, and, at the same time, a re-thinking of the concept of human rights in the third millennium, taking into account ethical and moral foundations in the process of education and research, and also with a high level of knowledge of professional legal English. The program strives to unite values-oriented discourse in the field of defense of human rights with acquiring the skills of practical legal activity in Ukrainian, European and international legal environments, which will enable the employment of our future graduates both in the legal and business sector and also in the public field. It expects to form a new generation of Ukrainian lawyers, capable not only of providing the defense of human rights but also of creating the pre-conditions for systemic change in the field in Ukraine and also of launching a higher education center in the field in Ukraine, which will prepare specialists and foster the development and spread of knowledge regarding methods of instruction and the study of human rights in higher education.
The Trainee will have an access to the UCU Law School course menu with the possibility to obtain max 15 ECTS per semester.
Commercial Law - General
Constitutional Law - General
Contract Law - General
Human Rights Law - General
Public International Law - General
English - Good
Ukrainian - Good
The Trainee will have to follow the individual course syllabi requirements as well as individual course assignments given by teachers and mentors.