Type: 
University
Region: 
Lubelskie
Programme: 
European studies
Area: 
Humanities
Level: 
Bachelor Programme
Mode of studies: 
full-time programme
Duration: 
3 years
Tuition fee: 
8 800 PLN annual fee
Degree awarded: 
Bachelor
Scholarships available: 
No
Application deadline: 
Friday, 30 August, 2019
Language: 
EN
Start date: 
Tuesday, 1 October, 2019
Credits (ECTS): 
180
Admission requirements: 

By August 30th 2019, the applicants should submit the following documents by post or e-mail :

  • the application form for the academic year 2019/2020  (http://kandydat.kul.pl/en/vademecum-rekrutacji/ ),
  • a photocopy of the certificate of secondary education (High School Diploma/General Certificate of Secondary Education) entitling to enroll for studies in the country of issue,
  • a certificate confirming the command of English,
  • a photocopy of the applicant's passport;
  • Letter of Recommendation from the Church authorities (only clergymen),
  • proof of payment of the registration and 1st semester tuition fees.
Description: 

Studying the phenomenon of European integration with the strong focus on legal aspects of the process of “creating an ever closer union among the peoples of Europe” our graduates obtain qualifications of Specialist for European Affairs. The graduates are fluent in areas that are a key part of European legal regulations. They become specialists in the scope of European problems and acquire professional skills that are demanded on the European labour market and can:

  • work as specialists in European Union institutions and organizations across a number of sectors, e.g. the European Parliament
  • find employment at all levels of the civil service and self-government
  • make career at the field of education, media, law, publishing, business and finance

EUROPEAN STUDIES GRADUATES:

  • can progress to MA programmes (e.g. MA in European Union Law)
  • apply to postgraduate courses (e.g ‘European Migrations’, ‘Law and Migration Policy’, ‘Central and East European Development’)

WORK PLACEMENTS:

  • students undertake compulsory 180 hours of work experience. The strong cooperation with both national and International institutions leads to many opportunities for European Studies students to get placement or internship at organizations across the public and private sectors, e.g. the European Parliament, the European Commission Representation Office in Warsaw, Representation of European Commission in Warsaw, the Polish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, unites of the central and local government, the EU Funds departments, the Rule of Law Institute Foundation and other non-governmental organizations. Students also can participate in the Erasmus Exchange Program taking advantage of various study abroad opportunities
  • graduate employability and market transition is supported by social activity projects: participating in Student Research Group Euro-KUL, writing a blog Europens, participating in the EU-funded projects realised at the University
  • KUL’s Careers Centre provides a range of help and advice to help you plan your career and make well-informed decisions along the way, even after you graduate

 

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