JU Faculty of Law and Administration is offering a unique Joint Master’s Degree Programme in Intellectual Property and New Technologies organized by the Jagiellonian University of Krakow, the World Intellectual Property Organization, and the Patent Office of the Republic of Poland.
The programme offers an extensive curriculum concerning the currently emerging interfaces between intellectual property law and new technologies, as well as other legal issues related to new technologies. Particular courses will adopt comparative approach towards IP regulations, with EU law serving as the prevailing legal regime for Europe. By adopting this approach, the Program attracts undergraduate and graduate students as well as professionals from the public and private sector all over the world who wish to acquire highly specialised skills in the field.
The programme takes advantage of new technologies. Its first, non-residential semester is taught on-line, through a state-of-the-art e-learning platform. The remaining two residential semesters, which take place in Kraków, combine traditional lectures and seminars with e-learning.
Admission to the programme will be opened till 1 September 2019.
More information is available at: https://wpia.uj.edu.pl/ip