Bachelor in International Relations - Global Studies

General

Program Description

The program of Global Studies specialty in International Relations is directed to all international and Polish prospective students who would like to understand the mechanisms of globalization and dependencies between the local and global events and phenomena.


General description

The main assumption of global studies is to concentrate on the globalization as the main research and teaching subject. It does not analyze globalization from the point of view of the national state. Instead, global studies put globalization in the center 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 the 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' 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.
  • Students 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), another foreign language (1 semesters/60 hours), physical education in the University'sSportst Center (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.


Admission Requirements

  • Certified copies of your High School Diploma,
  • Certified copies of your academic records,
  • Certified copies of your English proficiency (B2 level),
  • A digital passport photo,
  • A copy of the passport,
  • A medical certificate,
  • Confirmation of payment registration fee on University account.

Last updated October 2019

About the School

The University of Wroc?aw has a rich history of more than three centuries. Founded by Leopold I Habsburg the university evolved from a modest school run by Jesuits into one of the biggest academic ins ... Read More

The University of Wroc?aw has a rich history of more than three centuries. Founded by Leopold I Habsburg the university evolved from a modest school run by Jesuits into one of the biggest academic institutions in Poland. Read less