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14 February 2017
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Teaching is concentrated in the faculties and schools, and the departments deal with research, which is also conducted by institutes and chairs, at the same time responsible for knowledge promotion.
The Faculty of Law is opting to continue with teaching in English for the 2019-2020 academic year. They are subjects from the different bachelor's degrees in the Faculty and they are integrated into the normal class timetables.
Students who choose this option have priority when it comes to choosing a destination on the student mobility programme LLP Erasmus, for study exchanges or internships with international companies.
The Faculty subjects that will be taught in English, and that are already indicated on the course timetable, are the following:
Law and Criminology:
POLITICAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE SCIENCES:
Students who wish to study this course will go together (only for this subject) to group D3 of Law with classes taking place on Monday from 4 pm to 7 pm during the first semester..
Political and Administrative Sciences:
POLITICAL AND BUSINESS SCIENCES: MANDATORY 1st to 4th OPTIONAL PLAN 2016 OPTIONAL PLAN 2017
CRIMINOLOGY: MANDATORY 1st to 4th OPTIONAL
LAW: MANDATORY 1st to 4th OPTIONAL
FIRST SEMESTER 2019-2020
SECOND SEMESTER 2019-2020
MASTER IN ADVOCACY:
MASTER IN TORT LAW:
Examinations that are not included in the assessment weeks marked in blue on the academic calendar for the 2019-2020 academic year can be found in the Bachelor's Degree Continuous Assessment section.
Check here for the classrooms allocated for the examinations taking place during the assessment weeks marked in blue on the 2019-2020 academic calendar (from 7 to 17 January 2020):
First semester (JANUARY/FEBRUARY)
Second semester (MAY/JUNE)