„Studies in Central and Eastern Europe: Histories, Cultures and Societies” is a new English-language course directed mainly to young people from Central and Eastern Europe but also to everybody interested in learning about the mechanisms governing in the region.
Education program is contructed in such a way that students have opportunity, during 3-year studies, to wildely develop their skills and extend knowledge.
The goal of the field is to educate specialist in history, anthropology, ethnology and political science of the region, who will get their education in the English language. The studies provide not only theoretical knowledge, but also basic abilities that will enable the students to analyse local phenomena in the past as well as in present time.
The programme includes classes concerning history, anthropology, ethnology and political sciences of Central and Eastern Europe with a special emphasis on the 19th and 20th centuries. It encompasses classes on important substantive issues as well as classes aimed at perfecting the research technique. The alumni should be able to solve straightforward professional issues, gather, process and convey information as well as take part in teamwork. They should master the foreign language at B2 level of The Common European Framework of Reference for Languages and be able to use the technical language necessary for the profession.
Our experienced acadmic staff and administration can offer:
- Gaining theoretical and practical knowledge about history, cultures and societes of Central and East Europe with emphasis on XIX and XX century
- Access to student practice in both public institutions and private companies interested in understanding of the phenomenon of the region
- Training in soft skills, interpersonal skills and self-organizing skills
- Opportunity to study in international community
- Summer school which can help with finding themselves at the beginning of the student’s life
- Substantial financial support for foreign students
Opening a new field of study - Studies in Central and Eastern Europe - Histories Cultures and Societes is possible thank to financial support from the European Funds - Knowledge Education Development