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The final admission result is calculated on the basis of the result of the analysis of documents submitted by the candidate. Candidates are additionally formally required to pass an interview verifying their command of the English language (or present document confirming the command of English, recognized at the Jagiellonian University).
Detailed information can be found in respective study card in Online Application System.
The MA programme in European Studies is composed of highlevel postgraduate courses taught in English. Students will take classes from the core, key, specialty, and optional categories according to their academic specialisation and personal interest. The maximum duration of studies is 4 semesters. MA in European Studies is composed of 8 specialisations which students can choose from to pursue their studies:
1. EU Studies
2. Central and Eastern European Studies
3. Central and Eastern European Studies: Research Track
4. Europeanisation and Governance in CEE
5. Studies in the Holocaust and Totalitarian Systems
6. Central and East European, Russian and Eurasian Studies – CEERES
7. Governance, Leadership and Democracy Studies / EU Studies (Consortium of Jagiellonian University and Universidade Catolica Portuguesa – double degree programme)
8. Law and Politics / EU Studies / Central and Eastern European Studies / Europeanisation and Governance in CEE (Consortium of Jagiellonian University and Kobe University)
The programme in European Studies offers specialist formation in the field of European integration and the functioning of the EU institutions, which gives graduates an opportunity to seek employment in units of state and local administration, education, media, non-governmental organisations, as well as international institutions, especially those linked to European integration. The regional profile equips the graduate with the understanding of the quickly developing area of Central and Eastern Europe, which prepares the graduate to work in diplomacy, political, economic and cultural institutions, as well as in business.