Studies in Polish

  • full-time baccalaureate course (undergraduate degree)
  • full-time master course - graduate program 

Studies in English


zakonczenie_studiow_w_zakresie_prawa_i_polityki_migracyjnej.jpgEuropean Studies and European Union Law at KUL are interdisciplinary studies, which develop the interests connected with European history and culture, and the ability of understanding and analyzing the social, political, legal and economic phenomena which occur in Europe. 


Graduates of this Program will be fluent in areas, which are subject to European legal regulations. They are going to be specialists  in the wide scope of European problems and they will acquire skills which are demanded on the European labour market. These studies not only provide the acquisition of teoretical knowledge, but also supplement this knowledge with very important practical skills.


The apprenticeship and exchange programmes, language learning


Thanks to the cooperation of the Institute’s faculty with various institutions, European Studies and European Union Law students have a possibility of serving the apprenticeship, e.g. in European Parliament, where they are invited by members of Parliament [see: students’ reports]. Students may also serve the apprenticeship e.g. in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, units of central and local government administration, the Rule of Law Institute and other non-governmental organizations. Students have also a possibilities of taking part in Erasmus Programme. 

The program of studies puts a heavy emphasis on language learning. Apart from obligatory English, students learn also the second European language. Additionally, many of classes offered at the Faculty and University are taught in foreign languages.


In October 2016 Institute of European Studies launches new special BA and MA Programs prepared for candidates ready to start European Studies and European Union Law.


The profile of a graduate


The graduate of European Studies is a specialist prepared to a professional work at institutions of government and self-government administration, cultural and social agancies of both national and international kind (EU institutions, international organisations). Additionally, European Studies prepare for work in public and private enterprises.  Because of the fact that the program puts a heavy emphasis on language learning, the bachelor’s studies in Polish may be continued in English on the graduate level.