Opole University, Faculty of Law and Administration
45-060 Opole, Poland, Katowicka 87a Str.
Tel.: +48 77 452 75 00
Fax. +48 77 452 75 02
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Erasmus Program – information for incoming students
Who are we?
We are relatively young, but rather ambitious and fast developing Faculty. It was created in 1996 firstly as Institute of Law and Administration operating in the framework of Faculty of Economy. In 2001 it separated from Faculty of Economy as Interfaculty Institute of Law and Administration, and from 2006 it operates as Faculty of Law and Administration. In six cathedrals and fourteen bets are employed seventeen professors, twenty six lecturers and eleven assistants. Scientific and teaching works are assisted: the departmental library, the computer room and the court room, in which simulations of court hearings are being carried out by students under researchers' maintenance. Mission of our Law and Administration Faculty is training to the public service in the rule of law, deepening and disseminating the vision of a human being and the world in the context of challenges of the present day, care of the high level of academic educating and the scientific research, as well as developing of initiatives leading to consolidation with other research units.
What do we offer?
Faculty of Law and Administration educates students in four specializations: civil, penal, administrative and European and international law. Both the full-time studies and extramural studies are offered. The studies lead to Master’s degree after 5 years of study. For foreign Erasmus students we offer the following courses thought in English:
- Art law
- European environmental law
- Single European Market
- Tourist law
- Introduction to civil law
- EU law
Apart from this foreign students can also take part in courses thought in English for our students, ex. EU Law, Law of the public finances, Environmental Law. They can also attend the inter-institute courses in such fields of study as Political Science (eg. America: democracy, politics, people, Religion in International Relations, International Terrorism) and Economy (eg. Business Law, Economics of European Integration, Public relations). Their program of study can be organized individually.
Students are offered good accommodation conditions at one of the students’ halls and individual organizational support. This students’ halls ("Niechcic" and "Kmicic" Hostels) are located in the University campus, close to the center of the city. We offer places in modules, which consist of one double and one triple room, shared bathroom and kitchen at the price of approximately 320 PLN (about 80 EUR) per month. The rooms are furnished with beds, chairs, tables, wardrobes; the kitchen is equipped with fridge and oven. There is also an Internet connection and a cable TV connection available in each room. located in the University campus, close to the center of the city. We offer places in modules, which consist of one double and one triple room, shared bathroom and kitchen at the price of approximately 320 PLN (about 80 EUR) per month. The rooms are furnished with beds, chairs, tables, wardrobes; the kitchen is equipped with fridge and oven. There is also an Internet connection and a cable TV connection available in each room.