French and European Law Centre
Collegium Iuridicum II, room nr 2.7
Director: Philippe Chauvin, M.A.
French and European Law Centre was established in 1995 jointly by:
The Centre offers two courses:
Each of the courses lasts two semesters.
Both courses are taught in French by professors form French and European universities as well as Warsaw University tutors.
Curriculum includes 11 modules, 14 hours each: 10 lectures and 4 hours of seminars per module. The Course lasts one year and gives index credits. Admission criteria is: proof of proficient knowledge of French (both speaking and in writing). This Course is mainly addressed to students of III, IV, V year of Law and Administration Faculty of Warsaw University. Students of other faculties or universities will be accepted only if there should be free places left.
French-Polish Master of French and European Commercial Law
This Diploma has two main aims: to give students the possibility of accurate and deep understanding of French and European Commercial Law problems; to educate specialists and facilitate the beginning of their occupational life by means of presenting issues in less academic way. The Centre targets at practical preparing students to exercise their legal profession, hence an important element of education is at least month-long apprenticeship in a company or lawyer’s chambers.
The Commission, including tutors responsible for Master Course, considers candidacies and arranges the list of persons accepted.