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Study catalog

Basic information

Language of instruction



3 years

Faculty of Law and Administration


Education profile: General academic

ECTS guidebook


Offered majors:

  • Internal Security
  • General Administration

Foreign language classes offered: English, German, French, Russian

Frequency of sessions/classes in case of part-time studies: every two weeks – Saturday, Sunday

Overview of the programme and majors:

The curriculum’s core consists of courses in substantive and procedural administrative law, administrative science and constitutional law. An essential part of the course is also devoted to civil and commercial law and selected problems from other branches of law, which are of importance when working as an administrator (within the general administration specialization) or in the uniformed services (internal security specialization).

The studies enable students to acquire knowledge of the law and sociology, psychology, and economics. The curriculum is complemented by compulsory work placements that make it possible to verify the acquired theoretical knowledge.

Characteristics of the specialization: general administration

Within the specialization of "general administration," students learn about such issues as ethics in administration, sociology and sociological research, organization and management, public-private partnership, enforcement and special procedures in administration, as well as spatial management law.

Characteristics of specialization: internal security

The specialization in "internal security" gives the opportunity to gain knowledge in the field of ethics of uniformed services, organization of rescue and crisis management system, psychology of threats, legal protection of the security, protection of classified information, criminology and criminal proceedings as well as control and audit procedures.

Career prospects:

- specialisation: general administration

Graduates of administration studies with a specialisation in general administration are predisposed to working in various executive positions in all branches of local and central government administration and public institutions of a varied nature, including units of the so-called "provider administration". Student is prepared for work related to the economic activity of municipalities, with particular emphasis on real estate management. Graduates are also prepared to take up executive positions in companies, e.g. administrative, auxiliary positions within the scope of operations of units called service administration, in which work requires knowledge of finance at a basic level. Student has adequate knowledge to manage small teams. 

- specialisation: internal security

The specialisation of internal security is, above all, an option for graduates of high schools, whose professional career is connected with employment in uniformed services (e.g. the Police, Border Guard, Military Police, municipal guards), agencies performing police functions and entities of public security administration and crisis management or persons interested in the detective profession.

Others, important information for candidates:

The programme provides the opportunity to continue at Master's level in particular in: administration, entrepreneurship, environmental administration and International Business Law and Arbitraton. 

Admissions criteria

Admission is based on the assessment of required documents submitted by the candidate (upon prior registration in Online Application System).

Fees for education

Tuition fees in academic year: 2022/2023

Payment for semester

Tuition paid in full


Tuition paid in 3 installments

  • PLN808.50
  • PLN808.50
  • PLN833.00

Payment for semester
for foreigners applying for studies on tuition-paying basis

To be announced

Semestral fee will be announced at a later date.


Faculty's contact details

Faculty of Law and Administration

ul. Bankowa 11 B
40-007 Katowice
32 359 15 95
32 359 20 67

Contact for foreigners

International Admissions Office

Bankowa 12, room 76
40-007 Katowice, Poland
+48 32 359 22 72
+48 32 359 22 73