Earth sciences in a changing world is an undergraduate interdisciplinary programme that offers a rigorous international and comparative perspective on the contemporary global system. Its mission is to foster creative thinking about complex global problems and to equip students with the analytical tools and cross-cultural understanding to guide them in that process. The main goal of the programme is to provide basic knowledge in geography, geology and anthropogenic transformations in the environment and their impact on the lives of local communities and global change. Students gain the ability to observe and interpret phenomena and conduct basic analytical work both individually and teamwork. They also develop adaptability to changing socio-economic environment, civic responsibility and independence.
The graduate has good preparation in the field of geography and geology and the ability to identify and describe the anthropogenic changes that occur in the environment. A graduate can assess the natural, social and economic impacts of natural and anthropogenic changes in the environment. Additionally, has mastered the basic methods of the environmental management and principles of the sustainable development. The graduate can independently observe, interpret and predict phenomena, suggest a positive solution and prepare expertise.
Candidates will be placed on the ranking list according to their registration date and time within the scheduled registration period.
The application fee is 20 USD (or 75 PLN, or 18 EUR). The fee is paid separately for each registration and each registration has its own bank account number assigned for the payment.
tuition for the first year: 21 000 PLN (approx. 6 450 USD)
tuition for the second year: 21 000 PLN (approx. 6 450 USD)
tuition for the third year: 21 000 PLN (approx. 6 450 USD)
Tuition is paid in the amount for one semester, no later than by the first day of classes.
About the School
The Jagiellonian University is the oldest higher education institution in Poland and one of the oldest in Europe. It was founded on 12 May 1364 by the Polish king Casimir the Great. The Jubilee year 2 ... Read More