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(in Polish) Studia eurazjatyckie, stacjonarne pierwszego stopnia (WSMP-0144-1SO)

(in Polish: Studia eurazjatyckie, stacjonarne pierwszego stopnia)
first cycle
full-time, 3 years
Language: Polish, Russian

Qualification awarded:

(in Polish) Licencjat - studia eurazjatyckie

Access to further studies:

second-cycle programmes, postgraduate programmes

Professional status:

not applicable

Access requirements

ATTENTION: this information may be not up to date. Valid admission requirements can be found on www.erk.uj.edu.pl

Selection on the basis of matura school-leaving examination results.

Teaching standards

ATTENTION: this information may be not up to date. Valid admission requirements can be found on www.erk.uj.edu.pl

Graduates who complete the programme of study have acquired the learning outcomes specified in Resolution No. 162/XII/2014 adopted by the Senate of the Jagiellonian University on 17th December 2014 on the establishment at the Faculty of International and Political Studies of the Jagiellonian University full-time first cycle and second cycle programmes of study of general academic profile within the field of study ‘Eurasian Studies’, as of 2015/2016 academic year, and the introduction of learning outcomes for this field of study. Graduates hold the following qualifications as regards knowledge, skills, and social competences: KNOWLEDGE - a basic knowledge of the character, place and significance of Social Sciences and Humanities, their subjective and methodological specificity in the system of sciences - a basic knowledge of a human and society as entities which constitute the state, social structures, as well as their operation rules - a basic knowledge of the theory of international relations - knowledge of basic terminology of Social Sciences and Humanities - a basic knowledge of economy and entrepreneurship - a basic knowledge of political history and development of cultures of the Eurasian nations - a basic knowledge of physical and social geography of the Eurasian area countries - a basic knowledge of religions and universe of ideas of the Eurasian area - knowledge of basic rules of economy functioning in the context of international relations - a basic knowledge of political functioning of the Eurasian area countries - knowledge and comprehension of basic notions and rules of industrial property protection and copyright law. SKILLS - basic ability to search for, critically asses, analyse and use information from various sources, also in Russian and English - linguistic skills which enable pursuing studies within Social Sciences and Humanities within the scope of the English language, in accordance with requirements defined for the level B2 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages - linguistic skills which enable pursuing studies within Social Sciences and Humanities within the scope of the Russian language, in accordance with requirements defined for the level B2 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages - ability to comprehend, analyse, as well as interpret specific social phenomena (including political, legal and economic phenomena) - ability to recognize as well as apply theoretical knowledge for independent and critical analysis of international relations - ability to forecast social phenomena with reference to political, economic and demographic phenomena in the Eurasian area - ability to recognize the character of essential social and political challenges within the Eurasian area, as well as propose means of their practical solution - ability to design, prepare, as well as communicate in Polish written and oral studies and projects regarding issues of the Eurasian area, with the possibility of their practical appliance. SOCIAL COMPETENCES - a graduate has a vision of the acquired profession, its role, priorities and character in the context of socio-cultural challenges and dilemmas of the contemporary world - comprehension of the need of life-long learning - ability to define priorities which enable performance of a research or prognostic task - ability to act and work in a group - openness to different civilizational societies - ability to think and act in an entrepreneurial way - ability to responsibly recognize, value, as well as undertake social roles in various fields of personal and professional activity.