3-year full-time BA program in English Get a head start to a promising career!
If you want to understand how does the European Union actually work, tackle past and present challenges of the European project as well as be able to comment on public and state policies, relating to everyday life, then our BA program in European Legal Studies is right for you.
Our program covers a wide range of subjects. It includes introduction to international law and international protection of human rights, regional cooperation in the Council of Europe, introduction to the European Union institutional framework and foundations of economic and social integration process in the European Union. Compulsory program also includes subjects important from the perspective of the development of data and knowledge economy, such as intellectual property in trade or data protection.
You will learn how European integration impacts law, economy and society. From the offer of our supplementary subjects, you can choose topics to develop your individual interests, deepening your knowledge of EU law, focusing on trade and business or the impact European integration has on citizens.
European Legal Studies with its complex program and language teaching offer, opens the gate for you to further studies in Europe, using the broad knowledge of the European law at home country institutions or setting your own business.
- Constitutionalism: European and International Perspectives
- Institutions of the European Union
- European International Organizations
- Freedom of Speech and its Limits in Law
- Free Movement of Persons and the Migration Policy in the EU
- Lawyers, Judges and European Legal Culture (in area of Private Law)
- European Convention of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms
- Interntional Protection of Human Rights
- Introduction to International Criminal Procedure
- Data Protection and Privacy in EU
- European Bioethics and Biolaw
- Understanding how the European Union actually works and tackles the past and present challenges of the European project.
- To be able to comment on public and state policies relating to everyday life.
- Using the broad knowledge of the European law at home country institutions or setting your own business.
Using the broad knowledge of the European law at home country institutions or setting your own business.