Unitary studies, Master’s degree

Duration of the studies: 5 years
One academic year is composed of 2 semesters (5 month lasting each)
Mode: regular, intramural
Lectures will be provided in English language in ESLA’s main seat in Warsaw (Poland)

Tuition fees:

The admission fee is 150 Euro and it is paid once during recruitment procedure.

The total tuition fee per one academic year (2 semesters) – 3.500 Euro


This 5 year programme provides our students with a full academic course in law Polish, international and European and a master’s degree diploma upon completion. The curriculum was designed to treat the law as an interdisciplinary field of science. It consists of mandatory and optional modules, which provide the basis for choosing the specialization. EULA offers the extended programme for such subjects as the law of the European Union or international law, because our main aspiration is to prepare our students to also work in the EU institutions. Additionally, we put a great emphasis on education concerning the legal aspects of conducting business activities at the European markets.


The students, starting from the beginning of the sixth semester, will be required to select the optional and specialized courses: the primary and extended ones.
The specialized courses – obligatory and optional (to be chosen from) – are organized into the following modules:
1. Theory of the State and Law Module
2. Private Law Module
3. Criminal Law Module
4. International Law Module
5. European Union Law Module
6. Administration Law Module
7. Module I of Economic Law and Public Finances
8. General Academic Module
9. Social Science Module
10. Labour Law Module
11. Constitutional Law Module
12. Interdisciplinary Courses Module
13. Practical Placements Module
14. Seminars Module
15. Foreign Languages Module
During the course of studies, the students can choose from such fields of specialization as:
● International, Private and Public law
● EU Law
● Legal aspects of trade and business cooperation between enterprises operating within and outside EU
● International economic law
● International competition and consumer protection law
● Negotiations, mediations and international arbitration


Law graduates will have an opened door to any legal traineeship: for a judge, legal advisor, public prosecutor, attorney, judicial officer etc., but also after completing education they would be able to apply for a job at a private business, international corporations and non-governmental organizations as well as public institutions.