The training of college-degree judicial system administrators started in 2002 in part-time form. Since 2006 it has been transformed in accordance with Bologna system and has been called judicial system administration. The objective of the six-semester programme is to train professionals who have a basic knowledge of lawl, are familiar with legal procedures and know the institutions and structure of the legal system. This knowledge enables them to be involved in the preparation and implementation of judicial decisions. The bachelor’s degree provides job opportunities in jurisdiction (courts, prosecution) and in public administration (local government, police, land registry offices, tax and customs authorities). The programme is offered in part-time form. If our students wish to expand their knowledge, we offer a master’s course in public administration, completion of which leads to a higher-level master’s degree.