· Possibility to become a magistrate (judge or prosecutor), lawyer, notary public, mediator, legal adviser, intellectual property adviser, bailiff, civil servant, European civil servant, etc.
· Friendly atmosphere and flexibility.
· Young and competent teachers, who are also law practitioners, specialists in their fields of activity.
· The possibility to complete two years of studies in one.
· Scholarships for deserving students.
· Applied courses, adapted to the needs of the 21st century.
· Specialized practice at the courts, law firms, notary, bailiff, etc.
· Opportunities to study and practice abroad.
We offer full-time undergraduate studies in the “Law” specialization, with a period of 4 years.
The period of undergraduate studies at the Faculties of Law in Europe is 4 years, because a quality legal education, even in general, cannot be obtained in a shorter period of time. It is one of the exceptions to the rule that undergraduate studies (Bologna I cycle) last 3 years, along with medical or architectural studies. Instead, legal studies at master level (Bologna II cycle) last only 1 year, because the foundations for this specialization are already laid.
You can enroll for admission to the Faculty of Law (4 years, full-time studies) if you are (at least) a high school graduate and have a baccalaureate degree.
You can also study Law at undergraduate level if you are already licensed in another field, to complete your education and to open new professional and intellectual horizons.
You also have the opportunity to complete two years of study in one, if in the first year you have particularly good school results and you want to obtain a law degree after only three years of college.
If you want to deepen your legal knowledge and obtain a higher specialization, you can enroll in the 1-year master program “Judicial Procedures and Liberal Professions”, which involves full-time courses, but with a schedule adapted to students who already practice (teaching activities take place in the afternoon).
To enroll in this program of study, you need to be already a college graduate with a bachelor’s degree.
Students, masters, and teachers of the Faculty of Law have the opportunity to broaden their professional and cultural horizons through the Erasmus + program. Find the details here >>>
Over the years, the Faculty of Law has organized numerous events with international participation, in which we have been honored with the presence of prominent personalities of public life in the country and abroad, of which we mention only:
His Excellency, Mr. François Farah, the representative of the UN Population Fund in Romania and responsible for UN security issues in Romania.
Professor Dr. David Silvera, President of the Israeli Mediators Association.
Lajos Aary-Tamas, Hungarian Ombudsman for Educational Rights.
Anca Elisabeta Ciucă, President of the Romanian Mediation Council.