Undergraduate Programme in International Relations

(Bachelor)

About the programme

The 3-year first-cycle degree full-time programme consists of six semesters (terms) and over 20 courses plus dissertation seminar aimed at thesis preparation and individual focus. All units are taught in English by experienced American and European academic teachers. The unique format of the Undergraduate Programme in International Relations not only introduces students to the workings within the field of International Relations, but also makes them responsive to interdisciplinary concerns such as law, business, history and culture.

Students have the opportunity to study for one semester abroad. Thanks to the Erasmus + Programme and Bilateral Agreements, they can study for free all over the World (i. e. all UE countries, Mexico, USA, Brasil, Russia or India)

During studies, students will have the opportunity to participate in many open lectures held by well-known professors from around the world

 

Courses 1st year

History of International Relations

Occupational safety and health

Political and Economic Geography

Sociology

Introduction to Law

Introduction to the Study of International Relations

European Integration

Economics

Philosophy

Introduction to International Protection of Intellectual Property

Studies on State

Information Technologies

Foreign Language

General Elective Course

Physical Education

Courses 2nd year

International Cultural Relations

Public International Law

Demography

Economic Policy

International Economic Relations

International Military Relations

Contemporary Political Systems

International Political Relations

Statistics

Foreign Language

General Elective Course

Physical Education

Courses 3rd year

International Finance

International Negotiations

Internship

General Elective Course

International Protection of Intellectual Property

International Organizations

International Relations in North and South America

International Relations in the Asia-Pacific Region

International Relations in Europe

Preparatory Seminar for Final Diploma

Poland’s Foreign Policy

International Relations in Africa and the Middle East

Foreign Language

Tuition fee

Tuition fee for the first year of the programme – EUR 3,000 (The fee can be paid in two instalments – EUR 1,500/semester).

Tuition fee for the second year of the programme – EUR 3,000 (The fee can be paid in two instalments – EUR 1,500/semester).

Tuition fee for the third year of the programme – EUR 3,000 (The fee can be paid in two instalments – EUR 1,500/semester).

Graduates of International Relations

The graduates of the Undergraduate Programme in International Relations should have acquired knowledge in economics, social, legal and political sciences which give him/her understanding of how international relations and world economy function. The UPIR graduate should have analytical capacities, to understand local problems in a global perspective, as well as skills in communication, negotiation and persuasion. The graduate should be fluent in foreign language (level B2 according to the Common European Framework of Reference) and be able to use the advanced vocabulary in international relations topic.

Where to work?

Central and local administrations as mid-level policy officers or junior experts

Consulting Agencies

Non-international-relations-related institutions

Academia as research assistants

International organizations

Enterprises present in international markets

Think-tanks as junior analysts

UE Administration

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