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Mobility programmes

Our faculty has been involved in European students' mobility programs since 2001, i. e. already after three years after the establishment. It required adapting the faculty's curricula to the latest development, progress, and requirements on alternative and innovative education corresponding to the needs of civic society. To support and develop students' mobility, the faculty has adopted the ECTS System. The faculty has also adopted an educational system corresponding to the quality and quantity of education provided to students in other law faculties around Europe. The faculty is open to all students arriving from other countries, regardless of their national or ethnic origin, race, sex, religion or confession, health handicap, financial status, political preference, age, or sexual orientation. The faculty encourages its teachers in their initiative to open new foreign language courses. In recent years, we have considerably improved educational activities in foreign languages, including optional workshops, discussions, and free-time activities.


List of Courses (click "Faculty of Law"):

(Erasmus+ students can choose from the list of courses provided by other faculties of our university as well)


European Legal Studies: