Admission master studies

Master studies (2 years)

Since the universitary year 2011-2012, The Faculty of Law of the „Alexandru Ioan Cuza” University of Iasi organizes the admission to the interdisciplinary master of Criminalistics in collaboration with the faculties of Physics, Chemestry and Biology. The requirement for admission is having a bachelor degree diploma in the domains Law, Physics, Chemestry, Biology, Informatics, Medicine, Stomatology or Engineering.

Admission criteria (portofolio)
- average degree of the bachelor diploma examn
Criteria for the same average: average grade of the bachelor years of study

Conditions:
- European Unions states citizenship
- Bachelor Degree
- For Criminal Sciences Master a Bachelor in Law is required

Master in Criminalistics: The requirement for admission is having of a bachelor degree diploma in the domains Law, Physics, Chemestry, Biology, Informatics, Medicine, Stomatology or Engineering.

European Law (full-time studies): Any bachelor graduates can register, with the condition of signing up to the complementary course of Introduction in Law Studies (200 lei) in the 1st semester, followed by an exam.

Criminal Law (full-time studies): Any bachelor graduates can register, with the condition of having cumulated during their bachelor studies a minimum of 30 ECTS at the specialisation subjects (general criminal law, special criminal law and criminal procedure law).

Business law (full-time studies): The graduates of the Faculties of Law, Economic Sciences and Public Administration can enroll.

Session of admission - July
- registration of the candidates: 13-18 July 2015


QUALIFICATION AWARDED
· Bachelor Degree in Juridical Sciences
Law – daily attendance Duration: 8 semesters
The disciplines have courses – the detailed presentation of the matter by the academic and seminars – the punctual discussion of the important aspects of the matter.
Disciplines are taught during one semester. Disciplines have a number of credits and various numbers of courses and seminars.
There are two types of exams: written papers and discussions.



Faculty of Law
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Secretariat full-time learning:
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Secretariat distance learning:
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