Study Programmes in English

Master in International and European Law

This 2 years full study programme is focused on extending the knowledge of international and European law with an emphasis on political science, particularly with regard to the integration context in the European region. The further specialisation is provided by a wide range of specialised courses, projects, field trips and activities and close interaction with the Faculty members.

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Ph.D. in International and European Law

Ph.D. in International and European Law is a 3 years post-graduate study programme open to qualified graduate students providing them with the opportunity to acquire research and analytical skills, broaden professional perspectives and enhance their knowledge in the field of International and European law.

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LL.M. Programmes

The internationally recognized LL.M. courses are designed as specialization courses focused on extending the knowledge in selected areas of law. They are intended not only for lawyers, but also for managers, entrepreneurs and those interested in improving their knowledge and skills in the particular area of law. The Faculty of Law offers LL.M. courses in English in following specializations:

LL.M. International and European Law

LL.M. International Business Law is a joint program of Palacký University in Olomouc and Danube University of Krems.

LL.M. Experiential Learning and Teaching is a joint program of the Palacký University in Olomouc and the Charles University in Prague, Faculty of Law.

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Information on the study programmes offered by the Palacký University, Faculty of Law in the Czech language is available on www.pf.upol.cz/studujte-u-nas/proc-prava-v-olomouci/

Scholarships

Faculty of Law Excellence Scholarship (Master study)

The Palacký University, Faculty of Law aims to attract excellent students, regardless of their origin and financial ability. The Faculty of Law invites outstanding students to apply for the Excellence Scholarship, covering the tuition fee and partially also living costs. The maximum award is 150.000 CZK (approx. 5.800 EUR) and the scholarship lasts a maximum of one year (two semesters). The Faculty of Law Excellence Scholarship may be granted repeatedly.

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J. L. Fischer Scholarship (Doctoral study)

The Palacký University aims to attract excellent students, regardless of their origin and financial ability. The Faculty of Law invites outstanding students to apply for the one year J. L. Fischer Scholarship of up to 300.000 CZK (approx. 11.600 EUR), which covers not only tuition fees, but partially also living costs. The scholarship may be granted repeatedly.

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Exchange / Erasmus+ Programme

Faculty of Law joined the Erasmus+ programme in 1997. At present it has bilateral agreements on student and staff exchanges with more than 50 universities from different European countries. Every year over 50 students join the Faculty of Law as Erasmus+ students and some more come within the framework of other cooperation agreements.

Detailed information on Erasmus+ and other exchange programmes at Palacký University Olomouc is available on www.upol.cz

Courses for Erasmus / exchange student

Summer Schools

Two summer schools are organized annually by the Faculty of Law. The Summer Law School Olomouc on Medical Law takes place in July. It is intended primarily for foreign students. In September, the French-Czech Summer Law School is organized in collaboration with École de droit de l'Université Clermont – Auvergne. It is attended by selected students of the two collaborating institutions.

Summer Law School Olomouc on Medical Law

The Summer Law School on Medical Law has been organized since 2015. It is focused on medical law and is designed for participation of approx. 40 Czech and foreign law students which have the opportunity to work with and learn from Czech and international medical and health law experts and discuss topics such as home births, vaccination, euthanasia, mental health law, ethics in pharmaceutical law, forensic medicine and many more. Students are also privileged to attend a professionally commented autopsy. Social and cultural events are also an important part of the curriculum.

The Summer School website www.slsolomouc.com includes photos, the programme and information about previous years.

The French-Czech Summer Law School

This school is a result of long-term collaboration between the UP Faculty of Law and École de droit de l'Université Clermont Auvergne. It is always attended by a maximum of ten students from each partner university. Both universities take turns in hosting the summer school. The last, ninth year, took place in September 2017 in Olomouc; its topic was the protection of minority rights. The summer school is an opportunity for students to get to know Olomouc and Palacký University. Some of them subsequently stay in Olomouc and participate in the Erasmus+ programme.

Double Degree (Study in English)

The field of study European Studies Focused on European Law is specific and unique thanks to international collaboration implemented not only at the level of standard international academic collaboration, but also through a partnership with Paris-Lodron-Universität Salzburg and its Salzburg Centre of European Union Studies. Students of this programme have an excellent opportunity to go for a short-term or long-term study stay abroad, as well as to receive a university diploma from both these institutions if they fulfill all the requirements.

Provisions for applicants for this study may be found on admission.upol.cz

Details regarding successful completion of the study may be found on evstu.upol.cz

For coordination and support of foreign study, both partner universities have appointed a coordinator at their institution. The coordinator at Palacký University is JUDr. Mag. iur. Michal Malacka, Ph.D., MBA (michal.malacka@upol.cz).

For more information, please check uni-salzburg.at

More information about studying at UP may be found in the Study Guide