For 14 years, we have been ranked first in the 16-year history of the ranking. In this year's classification, Faculty of Law of the Lazarski University received a total of 93.3 points out of 117 possible.
Ranking included following point categories:
- Faculty members - 21.5 points
- Quality and education conditions - 42 points
- Requirements towards students and quality of graduates - 27.5 points
- Pass rate of legal applications - 2.3 points
"Specially appointed team for the implementation of the Problem Based Learning (PBL) method has been operating at Faculty of Law and Administration since 2020. Thanks to this method, the responsibility for the results of teaching is shared between lecturers and students. We give students a lot of independence so that they notice their predispositions and learn self-discipline. The student becomes the center of the learning process. Of course, the Faculty provides constant care of lecturers and all materials, but it is the student who has to prepare substantively from most of the material, so that during the classes with the lecturer, he can use the acquired knowledge. The classes conducted this way do not rely on passive participation, but on own and team work, and the role of the lecturer is to moderate the discussion. The aim of our teaching method is to acquire knowledge, skills and social competences corresponding to complex problems in later work."- says: Dr. hab. Anna Konert, LU Professor