Law and Religion in Central Asia: Interrelationship of History and Modernity | Master's Degree Program | Altai State University

The master's program focuses on preparing a new generation of unique legal practitioners capable of practicing law in the legal system of the Central Asian region. The program combines in-depth study of the theoretical foundations of international law with the formation of practical skills, which allow masters already during their studies to practice in Russian and Asian companies.


40.04.01 Jurisprudence


Law and Religion in Central Asia: Interrelationship of History and Modernity

Learning mode

Term of study - 2 years evening course.

State-funded places


Employer-sponsored places


Fee-paying places


Tuition fees per semester in 2023 / 2024 academic year

35 000 ₽

Entrance test

Master's program profile exam (written)

Passing score in 2022


What training you get

The master's program enables students to acquire and develop narrowly focused analytical competencies in international law, alternative dispute resolution disciplines, and prepares the foundation for an academic or managerial career.

Career opportunities and graduates

Graduates work in the legal departments of Russian and international holdings and corporations, legislative bodies and law enforcement agencies, or as international lawyers in the regions of Central Asia.


  • Program Head - Anton Aleksandrovich Vasilyev, Juridical Institute Director, Doctor of Law, Head of Legal Theory and History of State and Law Department.
  • Phone: +7 (3852) 296-541
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