Bachelor in International Relationships

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Szczegóły Bachelor in International Relationships - W ciągu tygodnia - Warszawa - Mazowieckie

  • Cele
    The Department of International Relations was Collegium Civitas’ first department to introduce its core courses through the medium of the English language. International Relations is one of the fastest growing fields within the social sciences due to public policy formation at national level being dependent on international factors to a degree higher than ever before. Furthermore, business, political and non-governmental organizations have to take into account the increasingly international context in which they function. The Department concentrates its research and teaching efforts in three areas: Diplomacy, the European Union, and Strategic Studies.

    The BA and MA Programs offered by the Department combine the theory of the basic international relations disciplines with a pragmatic focus. A considerable portion of the International Relations Programs is devoted to the development of analytical skills and practical knowledge of conducting debates and negotiations. Students attain a sound knowledge of history and of international relations theories, and this knowledge, in combination with rigorous practical training, allows students to apply International Relations practices in various professional settings, particularly, but not exclusively, in government.
  • Praktyki
    The Focus of the Department
    Key social, economic and political problems must now be seen at a trans-national level rather than at the level of an individual state. Accordingly, as a discipline of social sciences IR has become one of the fastest growing and one of the most exciting fields of studies. Our International Relations Program is interdisciplinary while focusing on the role of "New Europe" in the new world order. The program draws on the best practices of North-American schools of international relations.
  • Profil słuchacza / wymogi
    International students who intend to pursue careers in applied settings where international relations-related policy is formulated and implemented.
    Students who wish to gain a general education in social sciences and plan on pursuing careers which require good command of written and spoken English.
    Poles living abroad and students of Polish descent considering relocating to Poland and wanting to ease their reintegration into the Polish community
  • Szczegółowe informacje
    Why study international relations in English?
    English has become the international language of IR and is now a sine qua non for making scholarly contributions. Studying International Relations requires a firm grasp of the current literature, most which is available only in English. No IR specialist can succeed without the ability to write in English clearly and engagingly. Many students have realized that trying to master English as an entirely separate endeavor is no longer a viable strategy. Thus, studying IR in English at Collegium is a wise investment in future career successes.

    The program emphasizes combining theory of the basic disciplines of international relations with a strong pragmatic focus. Our intention is to offer students a non-traditional curriculum allowing them to understand contemporary international relations. A considerable portion of the IR program is devoted to developing practical debating and negotiation skills. Students acquire a sound knowledge of fundamental IR theories and a rigorous training on applying IR practices in various professional settings, particularly in government and business.

    The Department of International Relations was Collegium's first department to introduce its core courses in the English language. The Department concentrates on three areas: Diplomacy, Strategic Studies, and the European Union.

    The Department Faculty
    While we have recruited faculty from abroad, most of our regular faculty members teach courses in the International Relations in English Program. Lecturers' profiles can be found here.

    Degrees granted
    The Department of International Relations grants Bachelor of Arts and Master of Arts degrees.



    Introduction to Law
    Social and Economic Geography
    World History 1914 - 1949 
    World History since 1949
    Introduction to International Relations
    Theory of International Relations
    Introduction to Sociology 
    Introduction to Political Science
    Academic Writing
    Advanced Academic Writing
    Foreign Language


    World Economic History
    Contemporary Economics Policy
    International Economics
    Comparative Politics
    International Public Law
    International Organizations
    Foreign Policy in Poland
    Physical Education
    Foreign Language


    Public Administration
    Strategic Studies (lecture and games)
    Introduction to European Integration
    European Civilisation
    BA Seminar
    Foreign Language

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