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Faculty of Law and Administration
Education profile: General academic
Overview of the programme and majors:
2nd studies in Administration last two years (4 semesters). Upon completion of the programme, students are awarded a master’s degree in Administration. The curriculum includes courses in administrative court proceedings, administrative law, interpretation of administrative law, administrative supervision. Graduates of 2nd cycle studies in Administration possess extensive knowledge in administrative science, administrative law, and administrative proceedings.
The aim of the studies is to equip graduates with knowledge and skills in team management, organization, and leadership. This is ensured by the following courses: Human Resource Management, Employment Relationships in Administration, and - as an optional module - Social Policy and Social Insurance.
Classes in commercial law, anti-corruption law, local law, and - optionally - in tax law or criminal fiscal law, are designed to help graduates become highly valued employees of government offices and financial institutions, and provide them with the necessary skills to start their own businesses.
The programme also includes classes on the functioning of institutions in Poland and the European Union (the State's Political System, Control of compliance with EU law, and - optionally - Constitutional Law of the EU MS), as well as the Regional policy and EU funds and projects. As a result, graduates are able to freely operate within the European legal space. They are trained to manage projects and make the right decisions when applying for EU funds and cooperating with foreign entities.
The programme also features courses on Human rights, Social welfare, Political and legal doctrines and Philosophy. Moreover, in the course of studies, apart from the so-called compulsory modules, the student chooses the diploma module (subjects from the basket of optional courses, devoted to specialized issues in broadly understood administration and connected with individual interests and the axis of the diploma seminar in which she/he participates).
Graduates of two year full-time studies receive a master’s degree in Administration and are prepared both academically and vocationally to exercise the profession of an administration employee on an executive level and to be a team leader. They are also prepared to carry out administrative functions on both self-government and state government levels as well as in various public institutions. Administration graduates are able to apply advanced knowledge of administrative law, budgeting, management, and functioning of institutions in Poland and the European Union (EU). They are ready to perform managerial functions in civil service and to perform independent work in government administration institutions, self-government bodies, administrative services of economic entities, non-governmental institutions, special administration, private administration, cultural institutions, bodies of political parties, national institutions as well as companies cooperating with EU member states and their bodies. They are equipped with knowledge enabling them to solve problems independently, organize and manage teams, make decisions while respecting human rights and ethical and legal principles, present creative initiatives, and develop and implement programmes. They are accustomed to systematic learning and professional development. Graduates are prepared to carry out research projects and undertake 3rd cycle studies (doctoral studies).
The candidates with a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree diploma may apply for admission.
Admission is based on the assessment of required documents submitted by the candidate (upon prior registration in Online Application System).
In the case when the number of candidates exceeds the limit of places, admission is decided by means of the ranking list, created on the basis of the average grade in 1st cycle studies, 2nd cycle studies or long-cycle studies.
Average study grade for graduates of: administration, law, entrepreneurship — will be multiplied x 2.
Tuition fees in academic year: 2022/2023
Payment for semester
for Polish citizens and foreigners entitled to education at full-time studies conducted in Polish without paying the tuition fee.
No tuition fees
Payment for semester
for foreigners applying for studies on tuition-paying basis
Tuition paid in full
Tuition paid in 3 installments
Faculty's contact details
Faculty of Law and Administrationul. Bankowa 11 B
Contact for foreigners
International Admissions OfficeBankowa 12, room 76