Foreign students

Information of the Institute of Law, Administration and Economics for students participating in the Erasmus+ Programme

The Institute of Law, Administration and Economics (IPAE) is a part of the Faculty
of Political Science at the Pedagogical University of Cracow named after the Commission
of National Education. It employs over fifty academic teachers and educates about a thousand students in three subjects. For bachelor’s and master’s degree graduates IPAE offers postgraduate studies.
The IPAE Director is Prof. Andrzej K. Piasecki. His deputies are Dr. Małgorzata Kmak
and Dr. Agata Nodżak.
Academic work takes place in several chairs and the European Administration Centre.
All necessary information for current and future students can be found at the website. News can be also found at our Facebook profile.
A chair is a basic organizational unit in our Institute. Each one consists of professors
and doctors with common research fields and didactic areas. In the Institute of Law, Administration and Economics chairs are assigned to specific subjects to be studied
in this unit, namely Law, Administration and Social Economy. The profile of practical studies is successfully conducted at our Institute. Currently, the Institute consists of the following chairs: Chair of Public Law, Chair of Administration and Public Policies, Chair of Local Government and Management and Chair of Economy and Economic Policy.
Education within the Erasmus+ Programme is conducted on the basis of three modules matching a scientific profile of academic teachers in certain chairs:

M1 Chair  of Local Government and Management:
M1 Chair  of Local Government and Management:
- Regional and Local Administration in Europe
- Management in Regional Development
- Regional Policy
- Territorial Marketing

M2 Chair of Administration and Public Policies:
- Contemporary Problems of Intellectual Property Law
- European Company Law
- Law and Politics in Modern Middle East
– selected case studies - Media Law

M3 Chair of Economics and Economic Policy:
- Economic, legal and institutional foundations of the EU
- Energy and climate policy of the EU
- EU budget and funds
- International Accounting

Each course represents 5 ETCS points. Erasmus+ Programme students are obliged to choose one entire module (20 ETCS points) and two other courses among those available (10 ECTS points). Realization of the Erasmus+ Programme is conducted in close cooperation with the International Relations Office at the University: http://www.bwm.up.krakow.pl/incoming/ Dr. Karol Bieniek represents IPAE as a proxy in charge of the Erasmus+ Programme: karol.bieniek@up.krakow.pl