International Relations (BA)
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International Relations
Description
The BA Program offers multidimensional study of contemporary global system.  It is designed for students interested in various aspects of international and transnational relations including politics, society, security, environment and culture. Curriculum includes courses on global, regional and national level of international relations. Course work in the BA Program includes core curriculum as well as elective courses which are chosen by students according to their individual interests and preferences. Program also includes such as important possibilities professional workshops, foreign languages courses, diploma seminars  where students have possibility to acquire analytical and practical competencies and skills important in their future professional work (incl. public speaking, academic writing, professional presentations, debating and discussions) 
 
The BA Program includes 3 specializations:  
1) Global Economy and Business, 
2) Regional Studies – Central – East Europe, 
3), Regional Studies – Asia and Pacific 
which allow students to specialize in a chosen area and  prepare for careers in specific sectors of international relations. Main professional areas students are prepared for include: international organizations both multilateral and bilateral, trans-border structures and cooperation, global and transnational business and economic organizations, public policy bodies active in foreign policy and diplomacy, non-governmental organizations and global civil society networks, global and transnational media.
 
For who?
 
The programme is designed for both Polish and foreign students who wish to probe the problem of international relations, especially in the context of Central and Eastern European relations. Our development is in line with students’ expectations – we are open to students’ and graduates’ suggestions. Answering students’ needs, we are planning to expand our programme by introducing language courses in Central and Eastern Europe languages. The programme has a unique content. The syllabus combines study of general issues in modern international relations with detailed studies of Central and Eastern Europe that include both historical background and contemporary social, political, economic, and cultural issues. This region has witnessed profound socio-economic changes and is rapidly gaining importance in modern international relations.
 

 

Duration of studies

3 years / 6 semesters

Language of lecture
Angielski
Description of the qualification rules
Candidates register in the Online Recruitment System and submit all necessary documents within the prescribed period or until all available places are filled.
Submission of a high school diploma together with transcript of records or an equivalent document
 
Registration fee
Attention! It is mandatory to pay the registration fee.
 
In order to be eligible for a programme taught in English, candidates must demonstrate that they meet English requirements for a given programme. 
1. Submit one of the document listed here: English language requirements
or
2. Submit a certificate of participation in secondary education conducted in English;
or
3. In the case of non-fulfilment of abovementioned requirements (1 or 2) an online interview confirming the level of proficiency and fluency in English shall be conducted Send an email to: studyinenglish@umcs.pl to register for the interview.
 

 

Tuition fees

Candidates applying to study on a fee-paying basis:

1st year € 2200
2nd year € 2000 
3rd year € 2000

Polish and EU citizens as well as other candidates following the regulations pertaining to Polish Citizens can study free of charge within the set limit of available places. There are 3 places offered without the tuition fee for such candidates. 

The amount of the recruitment fee

85 zł

Contact details
Enquiries about course content, structure and syllabus: international.relations@umcs.pl
 
Admission enquiries: studyinenglish@umcs.pl
 
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