Uczelnia: Uniwersytet Marii Curie-Skłodowskiej
Wydział: Wydział Politologii i Dziennikarstwa
Dziedzina nauki: nauki humanistyczne
Tryb studiów: stacjonarne
Stopień studiów: II stopnia
Język studiów: angielski
International Relations on a a fee-paying basis
The program is addressed to candidates holding Bachelor degree or any other equivalent degree. Prospective students register online in the online registration system IRK and file all the necessary documents within the deadline or until all the places available have been filled.
English language requirements:
In order to be eligible for a programme taught in English, candidates must demonstrate that they meet English requirements for a given programme.
Check the general English language requirements.
International Relations is a programme for those who wish to combine a thirst for knowledge with personal development while also creating opportunities for attractive future employment. We offer interdisciplinary study aimed especially at people interested in the world around them and the processes shaping it. International relations are activities, processes, and events of a transborder nature, which means they are not contained within states’ borders. Nowadays, globalization and integration processes require that anyone involved in politics, business, culture, or social life be familiar with international relations. Therefore, the demand for academic knowledge of the subject is increasing, which translates into good prospects for attractive employment. Among the numerous work possibilities available for our graduates are diplomacy, international trade, international projects, and international organizations.
In order to meet the growing demand for specialists in international relations, the Faculty of Political Science at Maria Curie-Skłodowska University has launched a 2-year full-time English-language MA programme in International Relations. Due to the fact that the entire programme is conducted in English, students will be able to master their language skills and enrich their vocabulary with specialist terminology while expanding their knowledge of international relations. The programme is designed for both Polish and foreign students who wish to probe the problem of international relations, especially in the context of Central and Eastern European relations.
Our development is in line with students’ expectations – we are open to students’ and graduates’ suggestions. Answering students’ needs, we are planning to expand our programme by introducing language courses in Central and Eastern Europe languages.
The programme has a unique content. The syllabus combines study of general issues in modern international relations with detailed studies of Central and Eastern Europe that include both historical background and contemporary social, political, economic, and cultural issues. This region has witnessed profound socio-economic changes and is rapidly gaining importance in modern international relations.
- Economic Diplomacy
- International Relations in East – Central Europe
- International Place Branding
We do care about our graduates’ future. We have started cooperation with partner universities. We are striving to provide our students with prestige diplomas from two universities.
DOCUMENTS REQUIRED FOR ADMISSIONS
International candidates submit the following documents:
1. Candidate’s application form.
2. Personal questionnaire generated from the Internet Recruitment System.
3. Confirmation that the applicant has a fluent command of English language.
4. Original/duplicate of certificate of secondary education (in the case of applying for bachelor studies) or original/duplicate of bachelor diploma (in the case of applying for 2nd degree master studies) as well as a recognition certificate issued by a Board of Education in Lublin or any other board of education adequate for the place of residence of the person applying for the recognition certificate.
ATTENTION: Consulate of the Republic of Poland residing in a country in which the candidate’s certificate of secondary education was issued must legalise the documents in order to make their recognition in Poland possible. If the candidate’s certificate of secondary education was issued in a country which is a party of the Hague Convention of 5 October 1961, the legalisation process is performed in a form of apostille located on or enclosed to the document. According to a proper international treaty, if a foreign certificate of secondary education may be accepted as equivalent to Polish certificate of secondary education, the recognition is not required. In this case, it is sufficient to provide the certificate with apostille affixed thereto. International Baccalaureate Diplomas (IB) as well as European Baccalaureate Diplomas (EB) are equivalent to Polish certificate of secondary education. In this case, the recognition process is not required. The recognition of university graduation diplomas is performed by a council of a basic organisational UMCS unit, authorised to grant doctorate degree.
5. Insurance policy, European Health Insurance Card or the candidate’s obligation to join a health insurance in National Health Fund. Immediately after starting education at UMCS.
According to repatriation regulations, a foreigner of Polish origin can be insured by UMCS.
6. Medical certificate (clean bill of health) establishing that there are no contraindications for the candidate to start education in a chosen programme.
7. A copy of a passport (the page with a photograph and a number), visa or temporary residence card or other document qualifying the candidate for staying within the territory of the Republic of Poland.
8. One current ID card-style 35×45 mm photograph.
Costs: 1750 euro
Application documents should be submitted to the International Students Office (in Polish: Biuro ds. Obługi Studiów i Studentów Zagranicznych)
International Relations – tuition-free studies
Polish and EU citizens, international candidates with a valid Polish Charter (Karta Polaka) as well as other candidates following the regulations pertaining to Polish citizens can study free of charge within the set limit of available places. Admission will be granted on a „first come, first served” basis until available places have been filled.
Uniwersytet Marii Curie Skłodowskiej w Lublinie
Plac Marii Curie-Skłodowskiej 5,
tel.: +48 (81) 537 51 00
Biuro Rekrutacji UMCS
plac M. Curie-Skłodowskiej 5 (wejście jak do Księgarni Uniwersyteckiej)
tel.: +48 (81) 537 58 70 (w godz. 9.00-14.00)
Zespół ds. Studiów Podyplomowych UMCS
pl. Marii Curie-Skłodowskiej 5 (Rektorat X piętro, p. 1001)
tel.: +48 (81) 537 58 45
Informacja w języku ukraińskim:
tel.: +48 (81) 537 58 80
Informacja w języku rosyjskim:
tel.: +48 (81) 537 58 80
Biuro Szkół Doktorskich UMCS
ul. Weteranów 18,
tel. +48 (81) 537 50 60 lub +48 (81) 537 50 59