PolandInternational European UniversityMasters

Law

International European University in Poland European School of Law’s aim is preparing high-qualified legal professionals, giving them opportunities and necessary resources for acquiring the skills needed for their future job. Law Graduates reform society and civil processes, develop the science of jurisprudence, and bring new ideas to our world.

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Duration
2 years
Tuition Fee
€3,500 annually
Level
Masters
Attendance
On Campus
Format
Full Time

Description

About the Department

The School of Law aims to prepare high-quality legal specialists and professionals to promote law and order as the basic elements of a perfectly working society. The studying process gives our students a deep understanding of core legal principles and concepts to become high-quality lawyers and promote their ideas in developed European society!

International European University in Poland's European School of Law’s aim is preparing high-qualified legal professionals, giving them opportunities and necessary resources for acquiring the skills needed for their future job. Law Graduates reform society and civil processes, develop the science of jurisprudence and bring new ideas to our world.

The list of specializations and educational programs – Animal Law, Administrative Law, Admiralty (Maritime) Law, Alternative Dispute Resolution, Construction Law, Corporate Compliance, Criminal Law, Cybersecurity, E-commerce, Education Law, Environmental Law, Family Law, Health Law, International Law, Litigation and Trials, Labor and Employment, Mergers and Acquisitions, Sports Law, Taxation Law, Trusts and Estates.

List Of Courses

  • Admiralty (Maritime) Law                                                                                                                                                                                                      
  • Bankruptcy Law                                                                                                                                   
  • Civil Rights Law
  • Environmental Law
  • Cyber Law
  • Drug Control Law
  • Education Law
  • Employment Law
  • Energy Law
  • Financial Services Regulation Law
  • Immigration Law
  • Insurance Law
  • Intellectual Property Law
  • International Law
  • International Economics Law
  • International Human Rights Law
  • International Relations
  • International Trade
  • Commerce Law
  • Commercial and Corporate Law
  • International Commercial Law
  • Business Law
  • Legislative Law
  • Securities Law
  • Financial Law
  • Criminal Law
  • Anti-Terrorism Law
  • Taxation Law
  • Jurisprudence and Legal Theory
  • Legal History
  • Advanced Criminal Prosecution
  • Legal Research
  • Economic Analysis of the Law
  • Legal Studies
  • Dispute Resolution
  • Judicial Science
  • European Law

Educational Process

We use online and offline educational plans and programs to combine up-to-date European Study Plans and ancient studying traditions with the usage of modern technology. The study rooms are equipped with multimedia and all the necessary facilities for comfort and interesting study. The digital library and electronic resources are always available. Learning law and practicing law is mostly about acquiring highly specialized skills and techniques and knowing how to apply them.

Our teachers are high-qualified and recognized lawyers and scientists providing knowledge of legal science to students to help them in understanding their personal, social, economic, and political relationships through the use of rules and law. We believe that learning the content of the law is simply not enough. Due to this, the learning programs consist of the technique in applying legal skills useful for students’ academic life and professional careers. Students are engaged in study processes of protecting innocent, convicting criminals, and providing a fair justice process to keep order and law.

International European University in Poland Law School adopts a chronological model in which law students draft litigation and transactional documents and complete real-world simulations in the order they would in practice. The studying process and curricula are accomplished through a cross-curricular model. Law students are given a multi-issue fact pattern and proceed to litigate a fictional case from beginning to end. Law School students perform a client interview, followed by a retention agreement, research assignment, predictive memorandum, and complaint. Students draft a motion to dismiss, answer, discovery, and motion for summary judgment, and draft an appellate brief. The studying process makes it easy to understand the context within practiced law cases, gain experience in drafting multiple real-world documents, and acquire practical skills that can be transferred to other contexts.

Graduates are trained to understand the fundamental legal principles and demonstrate the ability to think critically, which includes proficiency in making logically valid arguments, synthesizing facts and legal principles, applying the law to the facts, distinguishing unfavorable facts and law, gathering and identifying facts, drafting persuasive factual and legal narratives, and analyzing legal issues in a variety of litigation and transactional contexts.

Graduates can demonstrate the ability to comprehensively, effectively, and efficiently conduct legal research using digital and other media, formulate a research plan, understand the difference between binding and persuasive authority, locate primary and secondary sources, and efficiently research case law, statutes, and administrative regulations, as well as demonstrate the ability to communicate persuasively in oral and written form, which will include proficiency in drafting a persuasive factual narrative and legal analysis, rewriting and revision, distinguishing unfavorable facts and law, addressing counterarguments, making strategic concessions, making policy arguments, writing clearly and concisely, applying persuasive writing techniques to a variety of litigation and transactional documents, advocating before trial and appellate courts, and resolving disputes in alternative dispute resolution forums.

Career Perspective

After completing the professional education program of the specialty «Law» a specialist can perform professional work as:

  • Advertising Lawyer;
  • Administrative or Regulatory Attorney;
  • Admiralty or Maritime Lawyer;
  • Antitrust Lawyer;
  • Appellate Lawyer;
  • Arbitration, Mediation, and Dispute Resolution Attorney ;
  • Banking Lawyer;
  • Bankruptcy Lawyer;
  • Compliance Attorney;
  • Corporate Lawyer;
  • Criminal Prosecutor;
  • Criminal Defence Attorney;
  • Data Security and Privacy Lawyer;
  • Education Lawyer;
  • Elder Law Attorney;
  • Energy Lawyer;
  • Environmental Lawyer;
  • Family Lawyer or Divorce Attorney;
  • Health Care Lawyer;
  • Civil Rights Lawyer;
  • Immigration Attorney;
  • Intellectual Property Lawyer;
  • International Lawyer;
  • Judge Advocate in the Military;
  • Judicial Clerk;
  • Labor and Employment Lawyer;
  • Media or Entertainment Lawyer;
  • Mergers or Acquisitions Lawyer;
  • Nonprofit or Charities Lawyer;
  • Political Lawyer or Policy Attorney;
  • Real Estate Lawyer;
  • Tax Lawyer;
  • Trial Lawyer.


Requirement

Applicants must possess a bachelor's degree with CGPA > 2.50/4.00 OR 3.0-3.5/5.00

A copy of your international Passport Bio-Data Page.

WAEC Certificate

Undergraduate Certificate (ND & HND)

Undergraduate Transcript  (ND & HND)

Passport Photograph

English Proficiency TOEFL (60 IBT), IELTS (5.5)

Curriculum Vitae

Two reference letters.

Statement of Purpose in English (A letter that states the Applicant’s Purpose for choosing the Program ).

Fees

*** In addition to tuition fees, the student is required to cover: ***

Accommodation: 1800 EUR (every year);

Medical Insurance: 100 EUR per year (one-time payment, depending on the duration of the course);

Medical Check-Up, Temporary Residence Permission: 200 EUR (once);

Other Expenses (Administrative Fee, Admission Fee, Registration Fee, Airport Reception Charges,

Immigration Clearance Charges, Intermediary Company Charges, etc..): 1800 EUR only for the first year

Tuition Fee €3,500 annually
Application Fee €0
Acceptance Fee €1,800
Housing Fee €1,800- €2,000 annually
Living Fee €100- €150 monthly

Addition Information

DegreeMSC
Duration2 years
AttendanceOn Campus
LevelMasters
Country🇵🇱 Poland
Campuses
Main Campus
FormatFull Time
Intakes
Fall 2023, Spring 2024, Fall 2024, Spring 2025, Spring 2025
Study LanguageEnglish
Application Fee€0

€3,500 per year

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