Law and Customs Business

A field of legal sciences specializing in the fundamentals of customs law, international trade theory, document management, and customs management.

Academic Degree: Bachelor of Laws

Code and name of the educational program: 6B04202 “Law and Customs Business”

Elective subjects:  

After school: World History, Foundations of Law    
After college: Foundations of State and Law Theory, Civil Law of the Republic of Kazakhstan

Form and duration of studying:      

Full-time (after school) – 4 years     
On the basis of TPE (after college) full-time, shortened – 3 years 
On the basis of HE (after university) full-time, shortened – 2 years

Description of the educational program:

The specialty “Law and Customs” is an area of legal knowledge and practical skills related to customs procedures, including the regulation of foreign economic activity, customs legislation and customs control regulations.

This major provides students with knowledge of national and international law that regulates the export and import of goods and services, as well as customs procedures, such as declaring goods, customs clearance, and payment of customs duties and taxes.

Major subjects studied in this major include:

Customs law and legislation is the study of basic laws and rules that regulate customs activities, such as the Law on Customs Regulation, the Customs Code, the Rules of Customs Control, etc.

International trade law is the study of international agreements and treaties that govern trade between different countries, such as the World Trade Organization, the European Union, etc.

The economics of foreign economic activity is the study of economic processes and factors affecting international trade and customs activities.

International logistics is the study of the processes and methods involved in organizing the delivery of goods and services across borders in different countries.

The legal aspects of intellectual property protection are the study of laws and regulations related to the protection of intellectual property, such as copyrights, patents, and trademarks.

Career Opportunities:

Graduates with a degree in Law and Customs may work in a variety of organizations and institutions related to customs procedures and legal aspects of foreign economic activity. Some possible jobs may include: customs services and government agencies involved in customs control and regulation of foreign economic transactions; law firms and consulting agencies providing legal support services for foreign economic activity, including customs law and international trade law; companies involved in the import and export of goods; and logistics companies that transport goods across borders.

6B04202 Law and Customs Business