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Law (DM-Prawo)

(in Polish: prawo)
long cycle master’s degree studies
full-time, five years (ten semesters)
Language: Polish
No description for the programme.

ECTS Coordinators:

Qualification awarded:

(in Polish) Magisterium na kierunku prawo

Access to further studies:

possibility of applying for admission to Ph. D. studies and postgraduate studies

Professional status:

The graduate of law studies acquires proficiency in using the knowledge within the scope of the subjects included in the curriculum – in particular criminal, civil and administrative law. The Master of Laws possesses the ability to understand legal texts, use the rules of logical thinking, interpret regulations and to seek further specialization in any branch of law. The graduates are prepared for any legal internship necessary for practising certain legal professions as well as for employment in positions requiring the knowledge of law in all kinds of public and private institutions.

Teaching standards

The Faculty implements the curriculum determining the standards of teaching in the field of law – full time studies, approved by the resolution of the Council of the Faculty of Law and Administration of Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań of March 30, 1999 concerning the curriculum and organisation of law studies at the Faculty of Law and Administration of AMU as well as the rules and requirements for completing each year of study (with subsequent changes). The resolution was passed on the basis of Articles: 19 section 1, 21 section 4, 25 section 1, 28 section 1 and 33 section 5 of the resolution no 74/96 of the University Senate of May 27 concerning the rules and regulations for studies at Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań. The total of ECTS points required for completing the Master’s degree studies is 300.

The completion of the first and each of the subsequent years of study is conditional upon gaining 60 points from the academic subjects specified in the curriculum. These points are granted for passed examinations, credits, discussion seminars and foreign language classes. The student is required to complete a two-year Master’s seminar, submit a Master’s thesis (for which s/he has received a passing grade), pass the Master’s degree examination and complete practical placement.