10 September 2023
Toruń Economic and Legal Summer Program
TELSP is an opportunity for students to lead a 4-week-long summer research project in one of the following areas: comparative constitutional law, maritime law, insurance law, human rights and bioethics, tax law, new technologies and their impact on criminal procedure, international and EU public and private law.
The main component of the summer program is an active participation in the selected research project offered by the staff members of the Nicolaus Copernicus University, Interested students are welcome to contact possible advisors for more details concerning the foreseen projects. Projects:
Criminal responsibility of corporations for acts against environment (student’s home country and Poland);
Human rights law – an idea or a practical concept?;
Remote working in tax law: Evaluation of legal regulation and case law in the context of economic and social change;
International human rights standards and their national implementation;
The future of constitutionalism in time of crisis;
The use of information and telecommunication technologies (ICT) in public tasks realization in selected countries;
Democracy and the Digital: The Need for the New Social Contracts;
Current issues in maritime law.
The Faculty of Economic Sciences and Management and the Faculty of Law and Administration of the Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń, Poland
Undergraduate and graduate students from foreign universities who are academically active and strongly motivated to pursue a designated research projects
The main component of the summer program is active participation in the selected research project offered by the staff members of the Nicolaus Copernicus University.
Interested students are welcome to contact possible coordinators of the chosen program for more details concerning the foreseen projects and discuss the dates that the project could be undertaken. The NCU students can join to each project.
EUR 0: free of charge
EUR 0: free of charge
For each participant, we will offer the student housing in Toruń or Bydgoszcz and a daily allowance of 70 PLN (~15 euro), which is sufficient to cover the living costs during the stay in Poland.