LL.M. Experiental Learning and Teaching

Programme structure

The LL.M. Experiential Learning and Teaching is a joint program of Palacký University in Olomouc and Charles University in Prague. The full-time programme is delivered by a team of highly experienced academics and lawyers (led by Professor Richard Grimes) and targets all those who wish to benefit from a deeper understanding of innovative and effective teaching methods and applied principles of teaching and learning through experiential methods. 

At the end of the programme participants should be in a position to fully grasp and apply the principles of learning by doing and reflective practice in a range of educational settings and, if relevant, establish and run legal clinics.

Target group

Lawyers and academics, lecturers, instructors or anyone with active, guiding role in education.

Admission requirements

Completed university degree or equivalent experience.

For non-native speakers proof of competence in English at B2+ level, unless they carried out their previous unviersity studies predominantly in English.


The programme comprises of 4 compulsory modules that cover the main theoretical and professional practice considerations, followed by a range of electives that allow the students to use this framework in the context of specialist subjects. To complete the LLM programme a dissertation, on a subject of the participant´s choice, is required.


This LL.M. course will be offered for the first time in September 2018, initially on a full-time basis (delivered through a mix of short-term residential sessions in Prague and by distance learning). A part-time alternative of the course will be available from 2019.

Language of instruction



1 year

Tuition fee

5,000 USD + 200 USD application fee

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