Law in International Relations (MA)

3480 Euro

The course curriculum of the Law in International Relations Programme at the MA level is adapted to the contemporary requirements of the labour market. It combines major areas of international public law, EU law and political aspects of international relations and provides an opportunity to gain high-level knowledge in those fields. The curriculum meets the needs and expectations of students from Europe and beyond. The Faculty of Law and Administration, being one of the best private law faculties in Poland guarantees academic excellence, giving students an opportunity to combine legal knowledge with practical aspects of international relations. Second cycle studies in Law in International Relations are an opportunity to gain insight in the essence of the international and European legal and political process.


Language: English
Qualification: Master in Law in International Relations
School: Lazarski University
Location: Warsaw, Poland
Duration: 2 years
Mode of study: full-time studies

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As a Master Student of Law in International Relations:

  • you will prepare for the role of a leader with an impact on legal, political and social changes;
  • you will learn to conduct comprehensive analyses and assessments of the contemporary legal, economic and social phenomena;
  • you will deepen your knowledge about the legal aspects of the functioning of international community and EU;
  • you will gain analytical and legal skills that are highly valued on the labour market;
  • you will gain experience working in an international environment through everyday contact with students from all over the world;
  • you will be learning from the best: our lecturers include recognised academics from Polish and international universities, experienced business practitioners, as well as current and former diplomats and decision-makers;
  • you will get access to a dedicated tool, which allows you to verify your competences in specific fields. After verification, you will receive a detailed report – a valuable source of information about your strengths for you and your future employer;
  • you will gain qualifications that will help you become a member of a new and highly qualified local and international elite, especially in the field of international and European law, as well as politics and diplomacy.