Eurasian Studies

In 2012, the Institute of Political Science decided to add a new field of study – EURASIAN STUDIES to its most popular in Poland POLITICAL SCIENCE and consistently growing in importance NATIONAL SECURITY. These studies are a response to the increasing needs of Poland and the European Union which seek specialists in the area of comparative research on regimes and political, economic, social and cultural systems of the states of Eurasia. These countries, regardless of whether or not and to what extent they are interested in integrating with the EU, will certainly cooperate with this organisation. With varying intensity and to different degrees, they will implement various reforms aimed at increasing their political power and economic competitiveness in the world. Therefore, both parts of the Eurasian continent are not only meant to co-exist but, most of all, to cooperate.

Specialists holding a graduate diploma in the field of EURASIAN STUDIES educated at the Institute of Political Science in cooperation with other units of the Faculty of Journalism and Political Science and in collaboration with the Centre for Research on Contemporary Israel can play a significant role in the process of international cooperation.

Eurasian Studies at the IPS UW are the second-cycle (MA) studies designed for people holding the professional title of Bachelor or Master in any field of study. Studies are carried out in two modes: full-time and extramural. Two specializations are offered: Russia, Belarus and Ukraine, and States of Central Asia and the Caucasus.

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