The offer of the School of Comparative Asian Law is addressed to students and graduates interested in Asian law from the comparative perspective. The programme is addressed to lawyers as well as students and graduates of the following courses: International Relations, Political Science or Economics.
The primary purpose of the School is to impart to the students information on legal systems in Asia and on the Asian law culture.
The School of Comparative Asian Law is organised by Lazarski University Faculty of Law and Administration.
Classes will be held on weekends (Friday, Saturday). The course comprises 10 sessions.
Graduates will be awarded a Graduation Diploma of Lazarski University School of Comparative Asian Law.
Lectures are held in English and are devoted to the general characteristics of Asia's major legal systems. Next to the lectures, the curriculum comprises also a basic course in Chinese.
Lecture: Comparative Studies of Asian Laws - 45h
Saturdays at 9 a.m.-1 p.m.
Language course: Chinese - 40h
classes on Fridays 5-8.15 p.m.
Enrolment conditions include:
- filling out the online form,
- submitting documents:
- application for enrolment (download the application here),
- copy of an ID,
- language certificate (B2)
Language competence level
Candidates are required to demonstrate competence in English at the B2 level. Candidates can present an international certificate or another official document confirming their level of language competence (e.g. a certificate from a language school or from Lazarski University Foreign Language Centre).
Enrolment in the School of Comparative Asian Law will close on 15 September 2018.
More information about the programme:
Dominika Harasimiuk, PhD
Director of Foreign Language Programmes and Development Projects
Faculty of Law and Administration
Tel +48 22 54 35 319
Recruitment Office, room 63, ground floor, sector F)
Monday to Friday 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Tel. (22) 54 35 555