Bachelor Program in Wrocław Poland

Top Bachelor Programs in Wrocław Poland 2017

Bachelor

Bachelor degrees from accredited colleges and universities can be important stepping-stones toward a successful career.The most common type of undergraduate program is a bachelor's degree, usually awarded after four years of successful study

A Bachelor is a popular college degree that is pursued by students who want to gain knowledge in a specific area of study. Completed in three to five years, it is available in a variety of study disciplines.

Poland, officially the Republic of Poland, is a country in Central Europe. With a population of 38 million people, Poland is the 6th most populous country in the EU. EU/EEA students do not need a visa to study in Poland. The cost of living in Poland is among the lowest in the European Union.

Wrocław is considered as the third largest center of education in Poland. In thirty well known institutions, there are more than 135,000 students. The Wrocław University of the city offers healthy academic environment to local and overseas students.

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Bachelor of 3D Animation and Visual Effects

University of Lower Silesia
Campus Full time October 2017 Poland Wrocław

The programme is devoted to three steps of a process of a movie production: pre-production, production and post-production. Curriculum includes full range detailed courses like: 3D modelling, character animation, particles effects, matte painting or motion design. [+]

Bachelors 2017 in Wrocław Poland. Study the B.A. Program: 3D Animation and Visual Effects for Film and Games (Undergraduate Level) Join the creative team of our students! Practically oriented curriculum Internships under the wings of developers of worldwide recognizable games and animations (Techland, Thunderbull Ent., DashDot Creations, Ten Square Games, Juice, Picadillla) Up to date equipment and software Vibrant community of professionals and researchers Rapidly developing Wroclaw with tones of working opportunities in creative industries Start-up culture, professional events, international atmosphere Erasmus semester programmes and up to one year internships in the animation, VFX and game design oriented Universities and studios from all over European countries. We offer a unique 3 years B.A. Programme in 3d Animation and Visual Effects for Film and Games (over 2000 academic hours).The curriculum reflects 3 stages of game and movie production pipelines: preproduction, production and postproduction. It also takes into account the specificity of animation and VFX for games and for movies. The core 3d graphics, animation and digital postproduction courses are enriched by attractive programming, art and interactive communication classes that provide fundamentals of graphic and interactive design, game engines, history of visual media, games and animation, etc. The programme prepares for following occupations: 3D Character Animator Concept artist Modeler 3d generalist Matte Painter 3D Tracking Artist Rotoscope Artist Lighting/Rendering Artist Effect Animator Compositor Mocap specialist Example courses 3D Character Animator Introduction to artificial intelligence Concept Arts and Storyboards Motion capture workshop VFX for film VFX for games Aerial photography and cinematography Admissions: Admission starts March 15th and ends July 10th. Tuition: 2000 Euro per academic year Click here for more information about University of Lower Silesia and enrolment. [-]

Bachelor in International Relations - Global Studies

University of Wroclaw
Campus Full time 3 years October 2017 Poland Wrocław

The program of specialty Global Studies in International Relations is unique in Poland and one of only few such a programs in Europe. It is directed to all foreign and Polish candidates who would like to understand the mechanisms of globalization, the dependences between the local and global events and phenomenons... [+]

The program of specialty Global Studies in International Relations is unique in Poland and one of only few such a programs in Europe. It is directed to all foreign and Polish candidates who would like to understand the mechanisms of globalization, the dependences between the local and global events and phenomenons. General description The main assumption of global studies is to concentrate on the globalization as a main research and teaching subject. It does not analyse globalization form the point of view of the national state. Instead global studies put globalization in the centre and study it as a complex and autonomous process which imposes the specified and similar conditions to all national and international actors. Global Studies are hardly defined by the assumptions and methods of any of contemporary sciences. Instead they have a multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary character, as they join diverse theoretical approaches of economy, international relations, political sciences, anthropology, sociology, area studies, cultural and ethnic studies, but also some elements natural sciences such as the earth and life sciences or physics. Details of the program The program of Bachelor Studies offered by the Institute contains at least 2000 teaching hours, which is equivalent to 180 ETCS credits. To finish the study students are obliged to write Bachelor thesis under the supervision of one of the institutes's professors and defend it or pass Bachelor exam. The program of studies consists of the obligatory courses (general and related to the area of study), specialty courses and optional courses, which students choose according to their own interests. Students choose their optional courses before the start of each semester. Student have to collect 30 ECTS in each semester from obligatory courses, optional courses and workshops. Other obligatory elements of the program are: Polish language (4 semesters/120 hours), other foreign language (to choose, 3 semesters/180 hours), student internship (3 week/90 hours), physical education in the University's Sport Centre (60 hours). Students have the possibility to participate in the programs of international student exchange and use all the other offers and propositions directed to the student of the University of Wrocław. 1 st Semester History of Globalization Microeconomics Political and Economic Geography Theory of State and Law Modern History of Poland Introduction to Global Studies IT Foreign Language (Polish) 2 nd Semester Contemporary International Relations Macroeconomics Contmeporary Political Systems History of Political and Legal Doctrines Demography Introduction to Diplomacy Media and Politics Foreign Language (Polish) 3 rd Semester Global Political Networks International Economic Relations International Public Law Contemporary Political and Legal Doctrines Management in Organization Elective course (one of two to choose):Regional security: European Union OR Regional Security: East Asia Elective course (one of two to choose): Media and Developement OR Negotiations in Global Society Foreign Language (Polish) 4 th Semester Intergovernmental Organization Ideas and Concepts of Integration in Europe Ethnic Problems and Conflicts Foreign Policy the European Union and Member States Economic Policy Elective course (one of two to choose): Regional security: Middle East OR Regional Security: Africa Elective course (one of two to choose): International Negotiations OR Introduction to Game Theory Foreign Language (Polish) Foreign Language (one to choose, SPNJO, ISM) 5 th Semester Religions in contemporary world International cultural relations Foreign Language (one to choose, SPNJO, ISM) Speciality Global Studies Bachelor Seminar 1 (one to choose) Specialty courses (to choose for 18 ETCS): Welfare and Developement Intercultural Communication Economic Transformation Traditional and Non-Traditional Security Global Politics of Human Rights Subsaharan Africa in Global Politics Global Energy Resources Central Europe and Balkans in International Relations 6 th Semester Geopolitics Foreign Language (one to choose, SPNJO, ISM) Physical Education Specialty GLOBAL STUDIES Bachelor Seminar 2 Specialty courses (to choose for 6 ETCS): Analysis of Media and Public Opinion Global Dimension of Migrations Crisis Management Project Management Bachelor Exam/Bachelor Dissertation [-]

Bachelor in Classics and European Identity

University of Wroclaw
Campus Full time 3 years October 2017 Poland Wrocław

The programme is dedicated mainly to non-European students interested in the exploration of the sources of European identity. The contemporary European culture is rooted in the ancient Greek and Roman culture and philosophy, in the Christian religion and, last but not least, in the scientific worldview of modern times. For this reason the programme encompasses the elements of European history, philosophy... [+]

Bachelors 2017 in Wrocław Poland. The programme is dedicated mainly to non-European students interested in the exploration of the sources of European identity. The contemporary European culture is rooted in the ancient Greek and Roman culture and philosophy, in the Christian religion and, last but not least, in the scientific worldview of modern times. For this reason the programme encompasses the elements of European history, philosophy, literature, culture, religion, science and politics. The programme comprises also courses of the modern and ancient European languages. As a result, graduates will gain basic knowledge about the history, culture and languages of Europe and will better understand the European mentality and its sources. Courses The first 2 semesters consist of 660 hours of classes (330 hours in 1 semester, that is about 11 classes per week) I semester 1. European language 2. Polish language 3. Latin 4. History and Culture of Ancient Near East 5. Literature of Ancient Greece 6. Sources of European Law 7. Introduction to Old Testament and to Judaism 8. Option course II semester 1. European language 2. Polish language 3. Latin 4. History and Culture of Ancient Greece 5. Literature of Ancient Rome 6. History of European Political Discourse 7. Introduction to New Testament and to Christianity 8. Option course [-]

Bachelor in Chemistry

University of Wroclaw
Campus Full time 3 years October 2017 Poland Wrocław

General chemistry will let you obtain extensive knowledge of chemistry. Thanks to lectures and laboratory classes, you will have the opportunity to gain vast knowledge of modern methods of chemical synthesis. You will also be acquainted with the state of the art physico-chemical methods, applied in the studies on the structure of compounds... [+]

General chemistry will let you obtain extensive knowledge of chemistry. Thanks to lectures and laboratory classes, you will have the opportunity to gain vast knowledge of modern methods of chemical synthesis. You will also be acquainted with the state of the art physico-chemical methods, applied in the studies on the structure of compounds. What do we offer Graduates will be in possession of Bachelor's degree in chemistry. The curriculum includes subjects of chemistry and related sciences, such as physical and chemical measurement methods. After graduation Having completed this specialization, you will be able to work in laboratories on modern equipment, and in companies that use modern technologies, as well as research institutions and diagnostic laboratories. Graduates can also work in various industries and at universities. 1st semester Mathematical methods in chemistry Safety in a chemical laboratory Fundamentals of Chemistry Additionally: Foreign Language (4 ECTS) 2nd semester Analytical chemistry Introduction to Computer Science Additionally: Foreign Language (4 ECTS) and one facultative subject from: Chemical analysis of environment and materials Selected special techniques in chemical analysis 3rd semester Inorganic Chemistry Organic Chemistry Additionally: Foreign Language (4 ECTS) and one facultative subject from: Green Chemistry Structures and Applications of Inorganic Compounds 4th semester Inorganic Chemistry Organic Chemistry Additionally: Sports (1 ECTS) and one facultative subject from: Elements of natural products chemistry Elements of Organic Synthesis 5th semester Chemical Technology Fundamentals of quantum chemistry Physical Chemisty Additionally one facultative subject from: Molecular Physical Chemistry Symmetry in chemistry 6th semester Advanced Analytical Methods Physical Chemisty Electrochemistry Molecular driving forces [-]

Bachelor in European Cultures

University of Wroclaw
Campus Full time 3 years October 2017 Poland Wrocław

The undergraduate program aims at equipping students with both theoretical knowledge about the past and origins of European cultures and conceptual tools to analyse cultural phenomena of nowadays societies. Flexibly organized set of courses (only few are obligatory, most of them elective by students) may present in synthetic picture of cultural diversity of the Continent. Students will learn consequences caused by... [+]

Bachelors 2017 in Wrocław Poland. The undergraduate program aims at equipping students with both theoretical knowledge about the past and origins of European cultures and conceptual tools to analyse cultural phenomena of nowadays societies. Flexibly organized set of courses (only few are obligatory, most of them elective by students) may present in synthetic picture of cultural diversity of the Continent. Students will learn consequences caused by cultural phenomena for past and contemporary social life in Europe. Consequences, which were and are visible in various sphere of life: starting with everyday life, through economy, psychological background of social movements, up to political and administrative systems. Lectures focus on universal laws and manifestations of cultural life of human societies but with a clear emphasis on specific elements of European past and present day situation. Students will be invited to make a common journey through European cultural heritage to learn how to analyse and understand not only the meaning of fine arts' objects, but mostly social phenomena based upon cultural relations. Therefore the proposed curriculum of study is focused on analysis of communication systems, values' transfer mechanisms, meaning of symbolic structures used in both everyday life and politics, cultural and political history seen as an impulse for change in social life etc. Participation in the program should strengthen students' knowledge of European culture and civilisations in context of social life and social needs. Our students will have an unique opportunity to attend the interdisciplinary course, consisted of lectures and seminars of ancient archaeology, cultural studies, history of art, history of Poland and Europe, social psychology, cultural and classical pedagogy and others. After completing studies students can be able to translate different cultural codes of communications, organize cooperation between members of societies of different European cultures and promote understanding of cultural differentiation in social life as the only way to peaceful development in nowadays world. A graduate will be a suitable candidate to vast range of workplaces demanding mediation between people and organizations of different cultural capitals: in Human Resources and Public Relations departments of multinational corporations and public administration, in cultural institutions and in tourism, last, but not least, in journalism. The European Culture program is intended for both European citizens as well as students from other parts of the world. The curriculum of the program is designed to open possibility for all interested in cultural life of the Continent to consciously participate in European social and cultural life. Which means that candidates are not expected to possess detailed knowledge of an academic nature, but to be open minded and curious enough to work together to understand cultural and social world around them. All courses will be provided in English. The rules concerning payment of tuition are regulated by the relevant rules of the University of Wrocław. Mandatory Courses Anthropology of Postsocialism in Central/Eastern Europe Art, Education and European Society Eastern and Central Europe under Soviet Domination (1939-1989) Historian as a Priest or a Craftsman? History in Europe Through Centuries Optional Courses Anthropology of Gender and Sexuality Central Europe in the Age of Transition: the History of Poland 1772-1918 Corporate Culture and Organizational Change Disputed Past: History of Poland 1918-1945 European Diaspora(s) from the 18th to 21st century European Traditions and Contemporary Music Cultures of Asia and Africa From Guerilla War to Happenings. The History of the Democratic Opposition in Poland 1944-1989 In the Shadow of the Holocaust and of the Communism: Jews in the USSR and in European Communist Countries after WWII Poland: Communism: Poles and Jews Private Life in Ancient Greece and Rome Propaganda of the Communist Regime in Poland The Ancient History - Fundamental Questions The International Ethnic Background of American Society The Roots of Theatre The Spring Will Be Ours. History of Poland After the Second World War Toward a New Paradigm for Political Anthropology (on European material) [-]