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- Pay the application fee
- Send the application form and required documents by regular post or via email
- Outcome of the assessment. Within 5 days you will receive information concerning the outcome of your application through the Collegium Civitas on-line admissions platform.
- Payment of the tuition fee
- Reception of the official Acceptance Letter.
- Arrival in Warsaw. Once in Warsaw, please bring the originals of your application documents.
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Trans-Atlantic M.A. Dual Degree Graduate Program in International History and Security Studies
This double degree programme starts in October at Collegium Civitas, where students will spend two semesters taking core modules in International History and Security Studies with special focus on Central and Eastern Europe, the European Union and its external relations, issues related to terrorism, energy security and sustainable development.
After the first year students will spend a further two semesters at West Virginia University the following courses in international history, with elective courses in ethics in global politics, history of intelligence, foreign policy, history of dictatorships and democratization, human rights, international law and environmental challenges.
Graduates from the programme will receive two master’s degrees: an M.A. in History from WVU and a Magister degree in International Relations from CC.
By following the programme you will gain an advanced level of knowledge and understanding in the areas of:
International Relations, Diplomacy and Key Topics in Contemporary Security Studies
Aspects of International Law, Ethics and Human Rights
Processes of European Political and Economic Integration
Topics in Global and European History
Foreign Policy Analysis
Central and Eastern European Studies
Contemporary security threats, including energy, terrorism and environmental challenges
Students will also acquire:
Advanced analytical skills in the domains of foreign and security policy
A capacity to critically engage with and utilise theories and concepts in international history
Skills for public speaking, negotiation and debate, as well as report writing
Capacities and skills needed for cross-cultural communication, flexibility and team work
A range of practical skills geared to improving leadership skills and project management
The Public Sector at National and Regional Levels in the spheres of Foreign and Security Policy, Justice and Home Affairs and Development and Overseas Aid.
International Organisations and Institutions
European Union Institutions;
Non-Governmental Organisations – National and International
Collegium Civitas Admissions Office
phone: +48 508 929 652
room 1210, Palace of Culture and Science, 12th floor
1 Defilad Square, 00-901 Warsaw