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(in Polish) Prawo własności intelektualnej i nowych mediów, stacjonarne pierwszego stopnia (WPA-0138-1SP)

(in Polish: Prawo własności intelektualnej i nowych mediów, stacjonarne pierwszego stopnia)
first-cycle
full-time, 3 years
Language: Polish

Qualification awarded:

(in Polish) Licencjat z prawa własności intelektualnej i nowych mediów

Access to further studies:

second-cycle programmes, postgraduate programmes

Professional status:

The programme of study prepares a graduate to work in the state administration and local government administration (particularly in: Patent Office of the Republic of Poland, Office of Competition and Consumer Protection, regional centres of patent information, municipal offices). It prepares as well to effective activity in the corporate sector (e.g. on-line businesses, advertising agencies), as well as non-governmental organisations (i.e. publishing houses, foundations, institutions of culture).

Access requirements

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entrance examination

Teaching standards

ATTENTION: this information may be not up to date. Valid admission requirements can be found on www.erk.uj.edu.pl

Graduates who complete the programme of study have acquired the learning outcomes specified in Resolution No. 172/XII/2013 adopted by the Senate of the Jagiellonian University on 18th December 2013 on establishing at the Faculty of Law and Administration of the Jagiellonian University full-time and part-time first-cycle programmes of study of a practical profile within the field of study Law of Intellectual Property and New Media, as of the 2014/2015 academic year, and introduction of learning outcomes for this field of study. A graduate holds the following qualifications within the scope of knowledge: knowledge concerning functioning of a system of law, knowledge of types of sources of law, knowledge of relations between particular areas of law and other social sciences, as well as knowledge regarding state’s political system, administrative and social structures, and the role of an individual in a civil society. A graduate has a basic knowledge of historical development of areas of law, as well as historical determinants of their development, particularly regarding basic assumptions and history of intellectual property protection. A graduate has knowledge of types of social bonds and activities which are subject to legal regulation, as well as regularities which govern those bonds and activities which are essential from the point of view of a legislative process, knowledge of notions, regulations and institutions concerning law, particularly industrial property law, copyrights, media and competition law. A graduate has a basic knowledge of economy and management, particularly regarding elements of knowledge management, as well as issues within the scope of commercialisation of research results. A graduate has knowledge of competences of national, regional and international bodies within creation and enforcement of law, particularly intellectual property law. A graduate has knowledge of regulations of media, advertisement, as well as promotion and marketing operation. A graduate has a basic knowledge of copyrights and related rights, industrial property, including knowledge of rules of intangible property protection in business transactions. A graduate has an elementary knowledge of law, as well as knowledge of provisions concerning competition protection and combating unfair competition. A graduate has knowledge concerning using data bases of patent offices, as well as knowledge of procedures applied in such offices, procedures of redress, particularly in cases of intellectual property infringements. A graduate has knowledge of ethical grounds of economic processes operation, as well as intellectual property protection. A graduate holds the following qualifications within the scope of skills: comprehension of notions and rules of intellectual property protection, as well as a proper perception of the role of intellectual property resources management in a business and research-developmental activity, together with the ability to perform a proper interpretation of provisions of legal acts, particularly concerning intellectual property protection, law of media and competition law. A graduate is able to apply knowledge concerning rules and provisions of law in order to identify cases of law infringement and avoidance, as well as understands and is able to apply rules of intellectual property and consumer rights protection in business transactions. A graduate is able to acquire information from literature, data bases, the Internet, and other sources, as well as has the ability to integrate information, interpret and critically assess information, and draw conclusions and formulate opinions. A graduate is able to work both individually and in a team; a graduate has the ability to assess a time-consuming nature of a task, as well as the ability to lead a small team in the way which ensures a task performance in a given period. A graduate is able to communicate in a foreign language on the level B2, also in professional matters; a graduate has the ability to read and understand professional literature, prepare a presentation study, or a project. A graduate understands social aspects of his/her activity, as well as related to this activity responsibility for decisions and actions, as well as understands the need to formulate and transfer to society, in a generally understood manner (i.e. via mas media), information and opinions concerning intellectual property and achievements related to scientific, artistic or industrial achievements. A graduate is able to think and act in a creative and entrepreneurial manner, he/she is able to define priorities which lead to performance of a given task. A graduate has a basic ability to apply provisions of law in a given factual status, as well as the ability to – according to his/her knowledge and predispositions – make a plan of individual professional development; a graduate comprehends the need of life-long learning. A graduate holds the following qualifications within the scope of social competences: awareness of the significance of his/her activity, as well as related to such activity responsibility for decisions, awareness of the significance of a proper management of intellectual property in a company, as well as research and development activity. A graduate is open to social and professional contacts. A graduate undertakes actions aiming at social awareness of the significance of intellectual property and the role of media in a society which is based on knowledge. A graduate is aware of problems related to information acquisition, information management, and subsequent usage, including mass media, as well as applies rules of resecting copyrights in performing creative works. A graduate takes initiative and has the ability of self-organisation and time management. A graduate observes the law, respects principles of professional ethics and rules of community coexistence, as well as is aware of the need of constant development/learning/education.