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BIP - Institute of Law
BIP - Institute of Law

BIP - Institute of Law

History of BIP - Institute of Law

The history of BIP began in 1990, when the Minsk Higher Law School was opened in the capital. A year later, the school was renamed the Belarusian Institute of Law.

Gradually, the institute began to expand, and its branches began to be built in Mogilev, Grodno and Baranovichi. In 1995, the Belarusian College of Business and Law was opened at the institute.

Over the years, the institute opened new faculties and specialties, and in 1996 a postgraduate course was opened. Two years later, the Center for pre-university training began its activities at the institute, where applicants were invited with guaranteed admission to the institute.

In 2016, BIP celebrated its 25th anniversary.

Today, the Institute of Jurisprudence occupies a leading position in the ranking of the best educational institutions in Belarus. The focus of the institute is the training of specialists in the field of law, economics, political science and psychology. Throughout the history of the university, there have been many graduates who have held prestigious positions and have become highly qualified specialists in their field.

The main advantage of the institute is the teaching staff, which systematically updates teaching aids and develops with the aim of providing the best educational services.

The institute is equipped with computer equipment, and students are provided with Internet access.

BIP Faculties - Institute of Law

Every year BIP opens doors for freshmen to the following faculties:

• Faculty of International Law;

• Faculty of Economics and Law;

• Faculty of Law.

Admission to the BIP - Institute of Law

Applicants who plan to enter the BIP are required to bring the following documents to the admissions office:

• Passport or other identity documents;

• Certificates of CT held in the Republic of Belarus in the year of admission or in the previous year;

• Documents about education with an application;

• 6 photos 3x4;

• medical certificate of health status;

• documents on benefits.

Fellowship at BIP - Institute of Law

BIP - Institute of Jurisprudence accepts graduates of universities with a diploma of the 2nd stage of higher education for postgraduate studies in the following specialties:

• Theory and history of law and state, history of doctrines about law and state;

• Civil law; business law; family law, international private law.

Postgraduate studies at BIP are carried out in the form of extramural education or in the form of an application.

Requirements for students wishing to enroll in postgraduate studies at BIP:

•Diploma of Higher Education;

• Interest in writing scientific papers, which is confirmed by publications in relevant journals, participation in republican / international research projects, conferences, etc .;

• recommendations of the academic council.

Master in BIP - Institute of Jurisprudence

The BIP master's program invites graduates of higher educational institutions to receive the second stage of higher education in the following specialties:

• jurisprudence;

• economy;

• management.

Students study for a master's degree in full-time and part-time education. The terms of study at the 2nd stage of higher education vary from 1 to 1.5 years.

The master's degree promotes the career growth of a specialist, increases his chances of getting a vacancy in his specialty, opens up great prospects in research activities, makes it possible to enroll in graduate school.

Documents for the master's program can be submitted ≈ from June 27 to July 5. Check all data on the official website of the institute.

Retraining at BIP - Institute of Jurisprudence

The retraining faculty has been operating since 2000. Every year the faculty expands more and more and develops the range of educational services.

The faculty is taught in four different ways:

• retraining in specialties;

•Training courses;

• seminars;

• trainings.