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1 University of Lower Silesia of the Association for the Advancement of Education in Wroclaw Information Package of European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System (ECTS) for the First-Cycle Studies 2005/2006 Field of study: INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS Institutional ECTS Co-ordinator mgr Jadwiga Dobrowolska Wrocław, Wagonowa 9 tel.: +48 (71) , ext. 120 fax: +48 (71) Departmental ECTS Co-ordinator dr Adam Sokołowski Wrocław, Strzegomska 47 tel.: +48 (71) fax: +48 (71)

2 Table of contents I. Information on the Institution 3 1. Name and address 3 2. The University Authorities 3 3. Description of the University 3 4. Academic Calendar 4 5. Study Programmes 4 6. The Rules of Enrolment 5 7. Regulations of studies 5 8. Institutional ECTS Co-ordinator 5 9. ECTS general information Forms 7 II. A. General information on degree programmes of International Relations 13 General Information about the Institute of International Relations 13 Specializations Qualification awarded Admission Requirements Educational and Professional Goals Further possibilities of education Course Structure Diagram Final Examination Examination and assessment regulations The Departmental ECTS Co-ordinator 45 II. B. Description of individual course units 46 Obligatory courses 46 Optional courses for specializations 76 III. General information for students Cost of living Accommodation Meals Medical facilities and insurance Special needs students Financial support for students Student Affairs Office Library and computer facilities International Programmes Practical Information for mobile students Language courses Placement Sport courses Student associations and leisure activities 110 Table of contents back 2

3 I. Information on the Institution 1. Name and address University of Lower Silesia of the Association for the Advancement of Education in Wrocław ul. Wagonowa Wrocław tel: + 48 (71) fax: + 48 (71) The University Authorities The authorities are: Rector, three Vice-Rectors dealing with education, research and international cooperation, student affairs and the Chancellor in charge of administration. Rector - prof. dr hab. Robert Kwaśnica Chancellor mgr inż. Edward Błaszczyk Vice-Rector of Education dr Teresa Stasieńko Vice-Rector of Research and International Cooperation prof. dr hab. Bogusława Dorota Gołębniak Vice-rector of Students Affairs dr Czesław Malczewski 3. Description of the University DSWE TWP was established by the Local Department of the Association for the Advancement of Education (TWP) in Wroclaw. Mgr Janina Tauroginska-Kopera (the Director of the Local Department of TWP) and prof. dr hab. Robert Kwaśnica (then the Chairman of the Local Department of TWP) came with the initiative to establish DSWE TWP. DSWE TWP has been established based on the decision of the Ministry of Education (MEN) on 16 th June It was registered as a non-state university under the number 118 in the register of non-state higher education institutions. In its beginnings the school had a name University of Lower Silesia (DSWE) and only later it was completed by of the Association for the Advancement of Education (TWP). ULS AAE in Wrocław is a non-state university and it functions on the same rights and rules like state universities (based on the 27 th July 2005 education bill concerning universities). ULS AAE is the owner of three buildings placed in Wagonowa Street 6, Wagonowa Street 9, Strzegomska Street 55. Apart form those it leases a building in Strzegomska Street 47. The number of computer rooms are growing and presently there are 4 computer rooms and the collection of the University s library is rising gradually (30000 volumes). The basic organizational units of DSWE TWP are two Faculties the Faculty of Pedagogic and the Faculty of Journalism and International Relations. The first of those faculties consists of the Institute of Pedagogic, the Institute of Special Pedagogic, the Institute of Continuing Education for Teachers and Educational Studies, whereas the latter consists of the Institute of Journalism and Social Communication, the Institute of International Relations. The constantly developing cooperation with foreign universities resulted in establishment of the International Culture and Education Institute in ULS AAE in Wrocław. Table of contents back 3

4 Already in the first year of the University the scientific research projects have been developed. There is a magazine entitled: The Present Human Being Education ( Teraźniejszość-Człowiek-Edukacja ) published quarterly by University s publishing house. Till now 32 scientific monographs have already been published by the publishing house that playing very important role in the scientific activity of the University. Since 2003 new semi-annual magazine: 2K: Culture and Communication ( 2 K: Kultura I Komunikacja ) has been published. The university frequently organises scientific seminars and gives internal grants for various research projects. 4. Academic Calendar The winter term 15 weeks 1. The period of courses in the 1 st term (winter) Winter holiday Exam session (winter) The break between the terms Additional exam session after the winter term The Rector s Days and The summer term 15 weeks 1. The period of courses in the 2 nd term (summer) Spring holiday Exam session (summer) Additional exam session after the summer term The Rector s Day Study Programmes There were established two fields of first-cycle studies: pedagogy and special pedagogy with five specialities in the first year of activity. Since the very beginning there were also established post-diploma studies. In October students began their studies in ULS AAE in Wrocław. In the following years the number of students has increased gradually (presently there are 5764 students in ULS). In the university obtained the right to offer the education in two new fields of first-cycles studies: international relations as well as journalism and social communication. Established in 1999 Institute of Constant Education for Teachers and Educational Studies offers a wide variety of post-graduate studies (presently there are 32 of them). Since October 2001 in ULS AAE in Wrocław there were also established complementary two-year Master s degree studies and one-cycle five-year Master s degree studies in the field of pedagogy. In December 2002 the State Accreditation Commission evaluated the quality of education in ULS AAE in Wrocław in the field of pedagogy and special pedagogy of first and secondcycle studies. Both fields of study obtained the positive opinion and since February 2003 they have been accredited. Presently there are four fields of study: - Pedagogy - Special Pedagogy - International Relations - Journalism and Social Communication Table of contents back 4

5 6. The Rules of Enrolment The former pupils of secondary schools who have the maturity exam certificate are enrolled without any entrance examination. The enrolment is based on the order of applications and it lasts until the 20 th September. 7. Regulations of studies Organisation of the educational process and the study curriculum is very precisely described in the Regulation of Studies of ULS AAE in Wrocław. There are also included in this document the rights and obligations of a student. 8. Institutional ECTS Co-ordinator Jadwiga Dobrowolska ULS AAE in Wrocław ul. Wagonowa Wrocław tel.: + 48 (71) , ext. 120 fax: + 48 (71) ECTS general information European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System (ECTS) has been created to facilitate the exchange of students between higher education institutions and access to information about study programme. The system obliges a student s home institution to recognize studies abroad without necessity of additional credits or repetition of the year. ECTS guarantees principle transparency of completing studies by: allocating ECTS credits to each course, creating information package about a school and programmes of study. ECTS credits are allocated to all obligatory courses in the study programme. They constitute a numerical value of student workload he has to do to get a credit for a particular course. There is no direct relation between the number of didactic hours and the number of ECTS credits allocated. The ECTS credits determine a student s actual workload and contribution to get a credit for a course. They are allocated independently of forms of didactic classes (lectures, seminars, classes, workshops). Completing the year of studies requires accumulation of 60 credits (30 credits in a term on average). It enables a student to select courses depending on his own abilities and time. Information package makes it possible to get to know well a university in which a student plans to study. It gives a student a chance to get acquainted with courses and study programme. It allows to select courses similar to those he has in his home institution. For each student who leaves to study abroad as well as for the one who returns from studies abroad there is a transcript of records. Credits for completed courses are allocated to courses which are obligatory in his home institution. Table of contents back 5

6 Higher education institutions participate in ECTS programme voluntarily. They clearly determine principles of studies and have a flexible approach to the cooperation with partners. A crucial role is played by coordinators i.e. people responsible for contacts with other institutions and proper functioning of ECTS in a university. Basic principles of ECTS: 1. Principles of the system are the same for all kinds and forms of studies. 2. ECTS credits are allocated to all courses in the study programme. 3. Credits are allocated to a course, not to its particular component elements. Partial allocation of credits is possible in case when a course covers more than one term. Getting positive grades from the whole course is equivalent to allocating a student a proper number of ECTS credits. 4. To complete the year a student has to acquire: sixty credits in a year, thirty in a term (unless the study programme allows deviation from the number of credits in a term). 5. Getting a diploma requires fulfilling rigors included in the study programme and getting a determined number of credits. 180 to complete first-cycle studies 300 to complete first and second-cycle studies Table of contents back 6

7 10. Forms ECTS European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System University of Lower Silesia of the Association for the Advancement of Education in Wroclaw Student Application Form ACADEMIC YEAR 20.../20 This application should be completed in Black in order to be easily copied and / or telefax. (Photograph) SENDING INSTITUTION Name and full address: Institutional Socrates Coordinator Name: Telephone: Telefax: RECEIVING INSTITUTION Name and full address: STUDENT S PERSONAL DATA Surname: Forename(s): Sex (M or F) Nationality Date of birth (day/month/year) Marital Status Current address: Permanent address (if different): Tel.: Passport number: Table of contents back 7

8 ACADEMIC INFORMATION Faculty: Field of study: Year of study: Expected date of graduation: SUBJECT AREA OF EXCHANGE: SEMESTERS: Please tick (V) Semesters 1 and 2 Semester 1 only Semester 2 only MAIN COURSES COMPLETED AT HOME INSTITUTION Course/Subject Duration (hours per week) Year of study Grade If necessary, continue this list on a separate sheet LANGUAGE COMPETENCE List all official certificates proving your command of foreign languages: Applicant s signature:... Date: RECEIVING INSTITUTION We hereby acknowledge receipt of the application, the proposed learning agreement and the candidate s Transcript of records. The above-mentioned student is Departmental coordinator s signature... Date:... provisionally accepted at our institution not accepted at our institution Institutional coordinator s signature... Date :... Table of contents back 8

9 ECTS European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System University of Lower Silesia of the Association for the Advancement of Education in Wroclaw Learning Agreement Academic year 20 /20 Field of study:... Name of Student: Sending Institution: Country: DETAILS OF THE PROPOSED STUDY PROGRAMME Receiving Institution: Country: Course Unit Code (if any ) Course Unit Title (as indicated in the information pack) Number of ECTS Credits If necessary, continue this list on a separate sheet Student s signature: SENDING INSTITUTION We confirm that this proposed Programme of study/learning Agreement is approved. Departmental Co-ordinator s signature Date: Institutional Co-ordinator s signature Date:... Date:... RECEIVING INSTITUTION We confirm that this proposed Programme of study/learning Agreement is approved. Departmental Co-ordinator s signature Institutional Co-ordinator s signature Date:... Date:... Table of contents back 9

10 CHANGES TO ORIGINAL PROPOSED STUDY PROGRAMME/LEARNING AGREEMENT (to be filled ONLY if appropriate) Course Unit Code (if any) Course Unit Title (as indicated in the information pack) Deleted Course Unit Added Course Unit Number of ECTS Credits If necessary, continue this list on a separate sheet Student s signature:... Date:... SENDING INSTITUTION We hereby confirm the above-listed changes to the initially agreed Programme of study/learning Agreement are approved. Departmental Co-ordinator s signature Institutional Co-ordinator s signature Date:... Date:... RECEIVING INSTITUTION We hereby confirm the above-listed changes to the initially agreed Programme of study/learning Agreement are approved. Departmental Co-ordinator s signature Institutional Co-ordinator s signature Date:... Date:... Table of contents back 10

11 ECTS European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System University of Lower Silesia of the Association for the Advancement of Education in Wroclaw TRANSCRIPT OF RECORDS NAME OF SENDING INSTITUTION:... Faculty/Department of... ECTS institutional coordinator:... Tel.:... Fax: NAME OF STUDENT:... First name:... Date and place of birth:... (sex) :... Matriculation date:... Matriculation number:... NAME OF RECEIVING INSTITUTION:... Faculty/Department of... ECTS institutional coordinator:... Tel.:... Fax: Course Unit code (1) Title of the course unit Duration of course unit (2) Local grade (3) ECTS grade (4) ECTS credits (5) to be continued on a separate sheet Total:... (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) see explanation on back page Diploma/degree awarded:... Date Signature of registrar/dean/administration officer Stamp of institution: Table of contents back 11

12 (1) Course unit code: If available in the ECTS information Package (2) Duration of course unit: Y = 1 full academic year 1S = 1 semester 1T = 1 term/trimester 2S = 2 semesters 2T = 2 terms/trimesters (3) Description of the institutional grading system: 5 - very good 4,5 - good plus 4 - good 3,5 - satisfactory plus 3 - satisfactory 2 - fail (4) ECTS grading scale: ECTS Grade A B C D E F Definition very good good plus good satisfactory plus satisfactory FAIL - considerable further work is required (5) ECTS credits: 1 full academic year = 60 credits 1 semester = 30 credits 1 term/trimester = 20 credits Table of contents back 12

13 II. A. Study programmes in the field of International Relations General Information about the Institute of International Relations INSTITUTE OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS DSWE TWP Wrocław, Strzegomska 47 tel. +48 (71) fax. +48 (71) The institute of International Relations has been founded at University of Lower Silesia Association for the Advancement of Education in Wroclaw in October In 2004 it became a part of newly established Faculty of Journalism and International Relations DSWE TWP. At present there are 22 fulltime lecturers in the Institute including 8 full professors, 3 associate professors, 9 tutors and 2 assistants. Teaching is also run by 63 other eminent scholars including: 5 University of Wroclaw and Wroclaw University of Economics professors, 15 PhD title holders, 19 MA title holders PhD students and 24 foreign languages lecturers. Many of DSWE TWP s fulltime and contractual employees holds responsible tenures in various institutions as well as national and international organizations. At the Institute student service is performed by 2 fulltime administration employees. The area of research conducted in the Institute focuses on widely understood problems of international relations embracing its political, economical and social aspects both in worldwide as well as national context. Specifically scientific interests of DSWE TWP s lecturers include issues and problems such as: - federalism and regionalism, - globalization, - history of international relations, - European integration, - international communication, - conflicts in contemporary world, - international human rights protection, - international economic relations, - international cultural relations, - international political relations, - ethnic minorities, - German studies, - international organizations, - Republic of Poland s security policy, - Republic of Poland s foreign policy, - international law, - international forecasting and simulations, - religions and churches worldwide, - diplomatic and consular service, - political systems worldwide, - theory and practice of international negotiations, - Eastern studies. The ever growing number of students in the field of International Relations confirms the exceptional attractiveness of this subject area. Our students perceive here their opportunity to get universal and versatile education enabling them a future international career and ensuring both financial and non-financial satisfaction of the performed work. Obtaining interesting qualifications of international relations specialist in one of the chosen Table of contents back 13

14 areas of interest offers our alumni a good position on the labor market and it perspectives for quick professional promotion. opens up Members of the Institute s staff publish their monographs and articles both in Poland and abroad, including the DSWE TWP Publishing House. Only during this and last academic years Institute s employees have participated in numerous national and international conferences connected with the research they are conducting. In the academic year 2005/2006 the Institute of International Relations will carry teaching students in four specializations: I. American Studies Specialization (only I year) II. European Integration Specialization (I and II year) III. International Political Relations Specialization (I and II year) IV. Eastern Studies Specialization (I and II year) It is worth mentioning that the program of studies at each of the specializations offered in the field of International Relations in DSWE TWP in Wroclaw is fully compatible with standard demands prepared by the Ministry of National Education as far as IR university studies are concerned. The institute pays much attention to practical teaching of foreign languages. English is compulsory for every student while there is a choice of second language from Institute s teaching offer including: German, French, Russian, Spanish. Extramural students choose one foreign language: English, German, French or Russian. A wide program of apprenticeships, included both in the daily and extramural teaching programs, offers an opportunity to properly combine theory with first professional experience. Considering demands and challenges of contemporary labor market it remains to be an important element of education process. The apprenticeships may take place i.a. in: Polish embassies and consulates, ministries and central administration offices in Warsaw, local self-governemnt units, Polish companies functioning on international market, foreign capital companies in Poland, governmental and non-governmental organizations and finally mass media. The Institute is engaged in scientific and didactic international exchange program. Our students go for term-long period of studies to various European universities as part of the SOCRATES/ERASMUS program. Starting from the new academic year the Institute will implement a system of awarding and registering ECTS (European Credit Transfer System points. This will enable our students to pass courses and obtain points while studying at other national and foreign universities. It will also allow students from other states to study International Relations at DSWE TWP in Wroclaw. Another event enjoying a particularly high level of interest is the annual Russian language course in Moscow coorganized with University of Wroclaw. All International Relations students are fully eligible to receive various forms of material aid available for academic youth. It includes social scholarships, scholarships for outstanding results in education or sports as well as EU scholarships. Alumni of our bachelor studies (daily and extramural) have the opportunity to start 2-year long postgraduate MA studies at various universities in Poland and abroad i.a., at University of Wroclaw. Table of contents back 14

15 The DSWE TWP building situated on Strzegomska St. 47 invites students to make use of: lecture and classes rooms equipped i.a. in modern audiovisual equipment, two computer rooms, common room with internet connection, rooms for scientific-didactic consultations, Faculty Dean s office, Institute s secretary office, xero point and cafeteria. Specializations American Studies The American Studies specialization has been founded in December 2004 in response to ever growing interest of young people in Poland in role and place of the United States of America in world politics and economy. Program of the specialization consists of courses that should enable students to obtain wide theoretical and practical knowledge on US history, society, culture, internal and foreign policies, defense and security issues and economy. There will be separate courses on Polish American relations, immigration policy and American aid and scholarship programs. Regarding their knowledge and language competences alumni of the American studies specialization will be suited to work on various positions in Europe and USA. They will be prepared to become employees not only of American companies and organizations with international area of activity but also Polish joint-venture companies with American capital. European Integration The specialization has been founded in response to new challenges raised for our country and its citizens by Polish accession into European Union preceded by few-years long accommodation period as far as law, politics, economy and social issues were concerned. Program of the specialization includes courses on: European idea and development of EU, economy and politics of EU, law and institutions, mechanisms of functioning and Polish convergence process on our way to EU membership. One of the offered courses will introduce students into EU structural funds subject enabling them to acquire technical abilities in preparing various application forms. Alumni of this specialization will be suited to occupy various posts in: EU administration, Polish government and self-government administration, consulting institutions and companies advising on acquisition of EU funds. International Political Relations The specialization was founded in response to fast transformations in Poland and other countries of contemporary world connected to: globalization, internationalization of companies, enlargement of the EU and deepening of the European integration process, development of bilateral relations between Poland and other countries and Polish participation in international organizations. Program of the specialization includes many interesting courses on politics, law, economy, history, culture, social and ethnical problems. Additionally one of the offered courses will introduce students into EU structural funds subject enabling them to acquire technical abilities in preparing various application forms. Alumni of the specialization will be best prepared to find their occupation in international organizations, associations, cultural centers, national and international foundations. It is also possible to choose a career path in central or local administration as well as in Polish diplomatic and consular units. Table of contents back 15

16 Eastern Studies The specialization was founded in response to special role Poland has to play in context of EU s and NATO s Eastern enlargements as well as increasing importance of Russia, Ukraine and large Asiatic states in global politics and economy. Program of the specialization, apart from the general courses, will include five specific subject areas: Central and Eastern Europe, Russia and the former Soviet Union, Middle East and Near East, South Eastern Asia, and Far East. There is also a separate course on Polish eastern policy. Alumni of the specialization will be able to find a job as consultants in public and private institutions organizing cooperation between Poland and Central Eastern Europe and Asia states (foundations, associations, information centers, consulting centers, cultural and scientific institutions). They could also work in Polish companies operating on Russian, Chinese and Indian markets as well as in joint venture companies with Japanese or Korean capital investing in Poland. 1. Qualification awarded Students of the first-cycle studies of International Relations obtain the Bachelor degree. 2. Admission Requirements Candidates who have the maturity exam certificate are enrolled without any entrance examination. The enrolment is based on the order of applications and it lasts until the 20 th September. 3. Educational and Professional Goals The graduate of the International Relations obtains the following skills - the humanistic knowledge enabling their to comprehend the contemporary world and the international, political and social reality; - the general knowledge necessary to comprehend and to develop their own professional roles Students obtain the practical skills in the fields of international relations, social communication as well as creating and using diagnostic and methodological workshop. 4. Further possibilities of education The graduates of the first-cycle studies can continue their education on the second-cycle complementary studies at the University of Wrocław. 5. Course Structure Diagram All courses are conducted in Polish. Table of contents back 16

17 AMERICAN STUDIES Table of contents back 17

18 FULL-TIME STUDIES 1 st YEAR 1 st Term No. Courses Lecture Ćlasses Conversation Assessment ECTS classes form 1. History of international relations Exam Political systems of parliamentary 30 Exam 5 democratic states 3. Introduction to politics 30 credit 3 4. Economy (Microeconomics) credit 5 5. Political and economic geography 30 Exam 5 6. Informatics 30 credit 4 7. Foreign languages 90 credit 2 8. Physical education 30 credit 1 Total: nd Term No. Courses Lecture Ćlasses Conversation Assessment ECTS classes form 1. International relations history Exam Introduction to International Exam 5 Relations Knowledge 3. History of Polish diplomacy after Exam Economy (Macroeconomy) Exam 5 5. Multi-culturalness in American 30 credit 2 society 6. Optional courses: Ethics, Logic, 30 credit 3 Sociology 7. Educational system in the USA 30 credit 2 8. Foreign languages 90 credit 2 9. Physical education 30 credit 1 Total: Total (per study year): Course type: lectures, classes, conversation classes Assessment forms: Exam, credit with grade Table of contents back 18

19 2 nd YEAR 3 rd Term No. Courses Lecture Ćlasses Conversation Assessment ECTS classes form 1. Philosophy Exam 5 2. International Political Relations Exam 6 3. International economic and financial Exam 5 relations 4. International public law Exam 5 5. American culture and civilization 30 credit 2 6. Social communication theory 30 credit 3 7. US immigration and visa s policies 30 credit 2 8. Foreign languages 90 credit 2 Total: th Term No. Courses Lecture Ćlasses Conversation classes Assessment form 1. American democracy Exam 5 2. International trade Exam 5 3. US foreign policy Exam 5 4. US local Policie 30 credit 2 5. Mathematics 30 credit 3 6. Specialization Proseminar 30 credit 4 7. Foreign languages 90 credit 2 8. Continuous practice (3 weeks) 120 credit 4 Total: ECTS Total (per study year): Table of contents back 19

20 3 rd YEAR 5 th Term No. Courses Lecture Ćlasses Conversation Assessment ECTS classes form 1. International organizations Exam 5 2. European integration and common 30 Exam 4 law 3. Statistics 30 credit 3 4. US defence policy 30 credit 2 5. International human rights protection 30 credit 3 6. Media and social communication in 30 credit 2 USA 7. Seminar 30 credit 7 8. Foreign languages 90 Exam 4 Total: th Term No. Courses Lecture Ćlasses Conversation Assessment ECTS classes form 1. American economy Exam 5 2. Economic integration and common 30 Exam 4 law 3. International forecasting and 30 credit 3 simulations 4. Contemporary world problems 30 credit 3 5. Polish American relations 30 credit 2 6. Seminar 30 credit 13 Total: Total (per study year): Total (study years I-III): Table of contents back 20

21 EXTRAMURAL STUDIES 1 st YEAR 1 st Term No. Courses Lecture Ćlasses Conversation Assessment ECTS classes form 1. History of international relations Exam Political systems of parliamentary 16 Exam 5 democratic states 3. Introduction to politics 16 credit 3 4. Economy (Microeconomics) credit 5 5. Political and economic geography 30 Exam 5 6. Informatics 30 credit 4 7. Foreign languages 30 credit 3 Total: nd Term No. Courses Lecture Ćlasses Conversation Assessment ECTS classes form 1. International relations history Exam Introduction to International Exam 5 Relations Knowledge 3. History of Polish diplomacy after Exam Economy (Macroeconomy) Exam 5 5. Multi-culturalness in American 16 credit 2 society 6. Optional courses: Ethics, Logic, 30 credit 3 Sociology 7. Educational system in the USA 16 credit 2 8. Foreign languages 30 credit 3 Total: Total (per study year): Course type: lectures, classes, conversation classes Assessment forms: Exam, credit with grade Table of contents back 21

22 2 nd YEAR 3 rd Term No. Courses Lecture Ćlasses Conversation Assessment ECTS classes form 1. Philosophy Exam 5 2. International Political Relations Exam 6 3. International economic and financial Exam 5 relations 4. International public law Exam 5 5. American culture and civilization 16 credit 2 6. Social communication theory 16 credit 3 7. US immigration and visa s policies 16 credit 2 8. Foreign languages 30 credit 2 Total: th Term No. Courses Lecture Ćlasses Conversation classes Assessment form 1. American democracy Exam 5 2. International trade Exam 5 3. US foreign policy Exam 5 4. US local policy 16 credit 2 5. Mathematics 30 credit 3 6. Specialization Proseminar 30 credit 4 7. Foreign languages 30 credit 2 8. Continuous practice (3 weeks) 120 credit 4 Total: ECTS Total (per study year): Table of contents back 22

23 3 rd YEAR 5 th Term No. Courses Lecture Ćlasses Conversation Assessment ECTS classes form 1. International organizations Exam 5 2. European integration and common 30 Exam 4 law 3. Statistics 30 credit 3 4. US defence policy 16 credit 2 5. International human rights protection 16 credit 3 6. Media and social communication in 16 credit 2 USA 7. Seminar 30 credit 7 8. Foreign languages 30 Exam 4 Total: th Term No. Courses Lecture Ćlasses Conversation Assessment ECTS classes form 1. American economy Exam 5 2. Economic integration and common 30 Exam 4 law 3. International forecasting and 16 credit 3 simulations 4. Contemporary world problems 16 credit 3 5. Polish American relations 16 credit 2 6. Seminar 30 credit 13 Total: Total (per study year): Total (study years I-III): Table of contents back 23

24 EUROPEAN INTEGRATION Table of contents back 24

25 FULL-TIME STUDIES 1 st YEAR 1 st Term No. Courses Lecture Ćlasses Conversation Assessment ECTS classes form 1. History of international relations Exam Political systems of parliamentary democratic states 30 Exam 5 3. Introduction to politics 30 credit 3 4. Economy (Microeconomics) credit 5 5. Political and economic geography 30 Exam 5 6. Informatics 30 credit 4 7. Foreign languages 90 credit 2 8. Physical education 30 credit 1 Total: nd Term No. Courses Lecture Ćlasses Conversation Assessment ECTS classes form 1. International relations history Exam Introduction to International Exam 5 Relations Knowledge 3. History of Polish diplomacy after Exam Economy (Macroeconomy) Exam 5 5. Nations, nationalities and 30 credit 2 contemporary ethnical conflicts in Europe 6. Optional courses: Ethics, Logic, 30 credit 3 Sociology 7. EU institutional and legal system 30 credit 2 8. Foreign languages 90 credit 2 9. Physical education 30 credit 1 Total: Total (per study year): Course type: lectures, classes, conversation classes Assessment forms: Exam, credit with grade Table of contents back 25

26 2 nd YEAR 3 rd Term No. Courses Lecture Ćlasses Conversation Assessment ECTS classes form 1. Philosophy Exam 5 2. International Political Relations Exam 6 3. International economic and financial Exam 5 relations 4. International public law Exam 5 5. Management in EU companies 30 credit 2 6. Social communication theory 30 credit 3 7. Churches and religious unions in 30 credit 2 Europe 8. Foreign languages 90 credit 2 Total: th Term No. Courses Lecture Ćlasses Conversation classes Assessment form 1. European Integration Ideas Exam 5 2. International trade Exam 5 3. EU s justice and internal policy Exam 5 4. EU s foreign and security policy 30 credit 2 5. Mathematics 30 credit 3 6. Specialization Proseminar 30 credit 4 7. Foreign languages 90 credit 2 8. Continuous practice (3 weeks) 120 credit 4 Total: ECTS Total (per study year): Table of contents back 26

27 3 rd YEAR 5 th Term No. Courses Lecture Ćlasses Conversation Assessment ECTS classes form 1. International organizations Exam 5 2. European integration and common 30 Exam 4 law 3. Statistics 30 credit 3 4. EU s social policy 30 credit 2 5. International human rights protection 30 credit 3 6. EU s structural funds 30 credit 2 7. Seminar 30 credit 7 8. Foreign languages 90 Exam 4 Total: th Term No. Courses Lecture Ćlasses Conversation Assessment ECTS classes form 1. Poland in the EU Exam 5 2. Economic integration and common 30 Exam 4 law 3. International forecasting and 30 credit 3 simulations 4. Contemporary world problems 30 credit 3 5. EU s regional policy 30 credit 2 6. Seminar 30 credit 13 Total: Total (per study year): Total (study years I-III): Table of contents back 27

28 EXTRAMURAL STUDIES 1 st YEAR 1 st Term No. Courses Lecture Ćlasses Conversation Assessment ECTS classes form 1. History of international relations Exam Political systems of parliamentary 16 Exam 5 democratic states 3. Introduction to politics 16 credit 3 4. Economy (Microeconomics) credit 5 5. Political and economic geography 30 Exam 5 6. Informatics 30 credit 4 7. Foreign languages 30 credit 3 Total: nd Term No. Courses Lecture Ćlasses Conversation Assessment ECTS classes form 1. International relations history Exam Introduction to International Exam 5 Relations Knowledge 3. History of Polish diplomacy after Exam Economy (Macroeconomy) Exam 5 5. Nations, nationalities and 16 credit 2 contemporary ethnical conflicts in Europe 6. Optional courses: Ethics, Logic, 30 credit 3 Sociology 7. EU institutional and legal system 16 credit 2 8. Foreign languages 30 credit 3 Total: Total (per study year): Course type: lectures, classes, conversation classes Assessment forms: Exam, credit with grade Table of contents back 28

29 2 nd YEAR 3 rd Term No. Courses Lecture Ćlasses Conversation Assessment ECTS classes form 1. Philosophy Exam 5 2. International Political Relations Exam 6 3. International economic and financial Exam 5 relations 4. International public law Exam 5 5. Management in EU companies 16 credit 2 6. Social communication theory 16 credit 3 7. Churches and religious unions in 16 credit 2 Europe 8. Foreign languages 30 credit 2 Total: th Term No. Courses Lecture Ćlasses Conversation classes Assessment form 1. European Integration Ideas Exam 5 2. International trade Exam 5 3. EU s justice and internal policy Exam 5 4. EU s foreign and security policy 16 credit 2 5. Mathematics 30 credit 3 6. Specialization Proseminar 30 credit 4 7. Foreign languages 30 credit 2 8. Continuous practice (3 weeks) 120 credit 4 Total: ECTS Total (per study year): Table of contents back 29

30 3 rd YEAR 5 th Term No. Courses Lecture Ćlasses Conversation Assessment ECTS classes form 1. International organizations Exam 5 2. European integration and common 30 Exam 4 law 3. Statistics 30 credit 3 4. EU s social policy 16 credit 2 5. International human rights protection 16 credit 3 6. EU s structural funds 16 credit 2 7. Seminar 30 credit 7 8. Foreign languages 30 Exam 4 Total: th Term No. Courses Lecture Ćlasses Conversation Assessment ECTS classes form 1. Poland in the EU Exam 5 2. Economic integration and common 30 Exam 4 law 3. International forecasting and 16 credit 3 simulations 4. Contemporary world problems 16 credit 3 5. EU s regional policy 16 credit 2 6. Seminar 30 credit 13 Total: Total (per study year): Total (study years I-III): Table of contents back 30

31 INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL RELATIONS Table of contents back 31

32 FULL-TIME STUDIES 1 st YEAR 1 st Term No. Courses Lecture Ćlasses Conversation Assessment ECTS classes form 1. History of international relations Exam Political systems of parliamentary 30 Exam 5 democratic states 3. Introduction to politics 30 credit 3 4. Economy (Microeconomics) credit 5 5. Political and economic geography 30 Exam 5 6. Informatics 30 credit 4 7. Foreign languages 90 credit 2 8. Physical education 30 credit 1 Total: nd Term No. Courses Lecture Ćlasses Conversation Assessment ECTS classes form 1. International relations history Exam Introduction to International Exam 5 Relations Knowledge 3. History of Polish diplomacy after Exam Economy (Macroeconomy) Exam 5 5. Nationality problems 30 credit 2 6. Optional courses: Ethics, Logic, 30 credit 3 Sociology 7. Political system of the Polish 30 credit 2 Republic 8. Foreign languages 90 credit 2 9. Physical education 30 credit 1 Total: Total (per study year): Course type: lectures, classes, conversation classes Assessment forms: Exam, credit with grade Table of contents back 32

33 2 nd YEAR 3 rd Term No. Courses Lecture Ćlasses Conversation Assessment ECTS classes form 1. Philosophy Exam 5 2. International Political Relations Exam 6 3. International economic and financial Exam 5 relations 4. International public law Exam 5 5. Management in international 30 credit 2 companies 6. Social communication theory 30 credit 3 7. Churches and religious unions in the 30 credit 2 world 8. Foreign languages 90 credit 2 Total: th Term No. Courses Lecture Ćlasses Conversation Assessment ECTS classes form 1. History of political and legal Exam 5 doctrines 2. International trade Exam 5 3. International cultural relations Exam 5 4. International private law 30 credit 2 5. Mathematics 30 credit 3 6. Specialization Proseminar 30 credit 4 7. Foreign languages 90 credit 2 8. Continuous practice (3 weeks) 120 credit 4 Total: Total (per study year): Table of contents back 33

34 3 rd YEAR 5 th Term No. Courses Lecture Ćlasses Conversation Assessment ECTS classes form 1. International organizations Exam 5 2. European integration and common 30 Exam 4 law 3. Statistics 30 credit 3 4. Theory and practice of international 30 credit 2 negotiations 5. International human rights protection 30 credit 3 6. EU s structural funds 30 credit 2 7. Seminar 30 credit 7 8. Foreign languages 90 Exam 4 Total: th Term No. Courses Lecture Ćlasses Conversation Assessment ECTS classes form 1. Poland s foreign policy Exam 5 2. Economic integration and common 30 Exam 4 law 3. International forecasting and 30 credit 3 simulations 4. Contemporary world problems 30 credit 3 5. Geopolitics 30 credit 2 6. Seminar 30 credit 13 Total: Total (per study year): Total (study years I-III): Table of contents back 34

35 EXTRAMURAL STUDIES 1 st YEAR 1 st Term No. Courses Lecture Ćlasses Conversation Assessment ECTS classes form 1. History of international relations Exam Political systems of parliamentary 16 Exam 5 democratic states 3. Introduction to politics 16 credit 3 4. Economy (Microeconomics) credit 5 5. Political and economic geography 30 Exam 5 6. Informatics 30 credit 4 7. Foreign languages 30 credit 3 Total: nd Term No. Courses Lecture Ćlasses Conversation Assessment ECTS classes form 1. International relations history Exam Introduction to International Exam 5 Relations Knowledge 3. History of Polish diplomacy after Exam Economy (Macroeconomy) Exam 5 5. Nationality problems 16 credit 2 6. Optional courses: Ethics, Logic, 30 credit 3 Sociology 7. Political system of the Polish 16 credit 2 Republic 8. Foreign languages 30 credit 3 Total: Total (per study year): Course type: lectures, classes, conversation classes Assessment forms: Exam, credit with grade Table of contents back 35

36 2 nd YEAR 3 rd Term No. Courses Lecture Ćlasses Conversation Assessment ECTS classes form 1. Philosophy Exam 5 2. International Political Relations Exam 6 3. International economic and financial Exam 5 relations 4. International public law Exam 5 5. Management in international 16 credit 2 companies 6. Social communication theory 16 credit 3 7. Churches and religious unions in the 16 credit 2 world 8. Foreign languages 30 credit 2 Total: th Term No. Courses Lecture Ćlasses Conversation Assessment ECTS classes form 1. History of political and legal Exam 5 doctrines 2. International trade Exam 5 3. International cultural relations Exam 5 4. International private law 16 credit 2 5. Mathematics 30 credit 3 6. Specialization Proseminar 30 credit 4 7. Foreign languages 30 credit 2 8. Continuous practice (3 weeks) 120 credit 4 Total: Total (per study year): Table of contents back 36

37 3 rd YEAR 5 th Term No. Courses Lecture Ćlasses Conversation Assessment ECTS classes form 1. International organizations Exam 5 2. European integration and common 30 Exam 4 law 3. Statistics 30 credit 3 4. Theory and practice of international 16 credit 2 negotiations 5. International human rights protection 16 credit 3 6. EU s structural funds 16 credit 2 7. Seminar 30 credit 7 8. Foreign languages 30 Exam 4 Total: th Term No. Courses Lecture Ćlasses Conversation Assessment ECTS classes form 1. Poland s foreign policy Exam 5 2. Economic integration and common 30 Exam 4 law 3. International forecasting and 16 credit 3 simulations 4. Contemporary world problems 16 credit 3 5. Geopolitics 16 credit 2 6. Seminar 30 credit 13 Total: Total (per study year): Total (study years I-III): Table of contents back 37

38 EASTERN STUDIES Table of contents back 38

39 FULL-TIME STUDIES 1 st YEAR 1 st Term No. Courses Lecture Ćlasses Conversation Assessment ECTS classes form 1. History of international relations Exam Political systems of parliamentary 30 Exam 5 democratic states 3. Introduction to politics 30 credit 3 4. Economy (Microeconomics) credit 5 5. Political and economic geography 30 Exam 5 6. Informatics 30 credit 4 7. Foreign languages 90 credit 2 8. Physical education 30 credit 1 Total: nd Term No. Courses Lecture Ćlasses Conversation Assessment ECTS classes form 1. International relations history Exam Introduction to International Exam 5 Relations Knowledge 3. Social cultural space of Eastern Exam 5 Europe and Asia 4. Economy (Macroeconomy) Exam 5 5. Political and economic 30 credit 2 transformations in Russia and post- Soviet countries 6. Optional courses: Ethics, Logic, 30 credit 3 Sociology 7. Nationality problems of Central and 30 credit 2 Eastern Europe 8. Foreign languages 90 credit 2 9. Physical education 30 credit 1 Total: Total (per study year): Course type: lectures, classes, conversation classes Assessment forms: Exam, credit with grade Table of contents back 39

40 2 nd YEAR 3 rd Term No. Courses Lecture Ćlasses Conversation Assessment ECTS classes form 1. Philosophy Exam 5 2. International Political Relations Exam 6 3. International economic and financial Exam 5 relations 4. International public law Exam 5 5. Foreign policies of Russia, Ukraine 30 credit 2 and Belarus 6. Social communication theory 30 credit 3 7. Economy of the CIS countries 30 credit 2 8. Foreign languages 90 credit 2 Total: th Term No. Courses Lecture Ćlasses Conversation Assessment ECTS classes form 1. History of political and legal Exam 5 doctrines of the East 2. International trade Exam 5 3. Near and Middle East countries in Exam 5 international politics 4. History of Southern and Eastern 30 credit 2 Asia 5. Mathematics 30 credit 3 6. Specialization Proseminar 30 credit 4 7. Foreign languages 90 credit 2 8. Continuous practice (3 weeks) 120 credit 4 Total: Total (per study year): Table of contents back 40

41 3 rd YEAR 5 th Term No. Courses Lecture Ćlasses Conversation Assessment ECTS classes form 1. International organizations Exam 5 2. European integration and common 30 Exam 4 law 3. Statistics 30 credit 3 4. Political systems of China, Japan 30 credit 2 and India 5. International human rights protection 30 credit 3 6. Israeli-Palestinian conflict 30 credit 2 7. Seminar 30 credit 7 8. Foreign languages 90 Exam 4 Total: th Term No. Courses Lecture Ćlasses Conversation Assessment ECTS classes form 1. Poland s Eastern policy Exam 5 2. Economic integration and common 30 Exam 4 law 3. International forecasting and 30 credit 3 simulations 4. Contemporary world problems 30 credit 3 5. Southern and Eastern Asia countries 30 credit 2 in globalization processes 6. Seminarium 30 credit 13 Total: Total (per study year): Total (study years I-III): Table of contents back 41

42 EXTRAMURAL STUDIES 1 st YEAR 1 st Term No. Courses Lecture Ćlasses Conversation Assessment ECTS classes form 1. History of international relations Exam Political systems of parliamentary 16 Exam 5 democratic states 3. Introduction to politics 16 credit 3 4. Economy (Microeconomics) credit 5 5. Political and economic geography 30 Exam 5 6. Informatics 30 credit 4 7. Foreign languages 30 credit 3 Total: nd Term No. Courses Lecture Ćlasses Conversation Assessment ECTS classes form 1. International relations history Exam Introduction to International Exam 5 Relations Knowledge 3. Social cultural space of Eastern Exam 5 Europe and Asia 4. Economy (Macroeconomy) Exam 5 5. Political and economic 16 credit 2 transformations in Russia and post- Soviet countries 6. Optional courses: Ethics, Logic, 30 credit 3 Sociology 7. Nationality problems of Central and 16 credit 2 Eastern Europe 8. Foreign languages 30 credit 3 Total: Total (per study year): Course type: lectures, classes, conversation classes Assessment forms: Exam, credit with grade Table of contents back 42

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