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Entry requirements

Program of high expertise in intellectual property law is available to law and non-law graduates who have relevant professional interest in the field.

Prospective applicants are required to:

  • hold at least a Bachelor’s degree from a recognized university;
  • be fluent in English which will be assessed through a recognized English proficiency test and interview (candidates from the English-speaking countries are exempt from the language requirement).

Additional points will be awarded to candidates holding a Master’s/Bachelor’s degree in law, economics, business administration or other related fields.


  • 3500 euros (students with Polish citizenship and other fulfilling criteria for the Polish citizens)
  • 7000 euros (other candidates)

The fee includes: programme development and management; teaching equipment, training materials, use of training facilities and support services; welcome and farewell dinners; study visit at the Patent Office of the Republic of Poland (board, lodging, travel expenses, personal expenses for the residential phases at the Jagiellonian University are not included)

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Entry dates

Registration for applicants in 2018/2019 is available between 15 January and 15* of September 2019.

  • September application round will be open only if in August application round minimum number of candidates apply for the Programme

More information regarding applications rounds and recruitment timetable available at:

The Jagiellonian University Online Application System

Admission procedures take place online in the Online Application System (OAS).

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Jagiellonian University

Jagiellonian University

One of the oldest universities in Europe founded in 1364, and one of the best universities in Poland according to the national universities ranking, the only Polish and Eastern European higher education institution in Reuter’s Top 100: Europe’s Most Innovative Universities ranking.
WIPO - World Intellectual Property Organization:

WIPO - World Intellectual Property Organization:

Global forum for intellectual property policy, services, information and cooperation. As a specialized agency of the United Nations, WIPO assists its 191 member states in developing a balanced international IP legal framework to meet society’s evolving needs.
Polish Patent Office

Polish Patent Office

The state administration agency, which in Poland is responsible for implementation of tasks connected with industrial property protection.