Central and Eastern European Studies (BA)

Central and Eastern European Studies (BA)

Degree: Bachelor's degree
Field of study International Relations
Mode: full-time study
Duration: 3 years (6 semesters)
Language: English


Program characteristics

This specific region of the world needs an interdisciplinary approach, this is why our study program consists of subjects such as history, politics, economy, sociology, language and culture. Those guarantee a deep understanding of the character of the whole region.

What is more, students are also going to learn about Central and Eastern Europe’s strengths and opportunities – all that knowledge gives our graduates a chance to work in various organizations (including non-profit) and solve practical problems distinctive for this region.

Knowledge and skills
Investment banking
Knowledge of the principles of functioning of Polish and European financial institutions
Pension and investment funds
Banking marketing
Risk management
Insurances
Stock exchanges and securities trading
International financial relations
Issues of creation and regulation of money
Product management and banking services
Financial controlling
Credit counseling
Banking law
Evaluation of the enterprise and prospects of its development

October intake
Tuition fees for candidates from EU and countries listed below*

Year Payment Semester Payment
Admission Fee Discount Without discount Discount Without discount
150 Euro 1800 Euro 2300 Euro 2x1050 Euro 2x1300 Euro

*Azerbaijan, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kosovo, Kyrgystan, Macedonia, Moldova, Russia, Serbia, Tajikistan, Turkey, Turkmenistan, Ukraine

October intake
Tuition fees for Non-Eu members

Year Payment Semester Payment
Admission Fee Discount Without discount Discount Without discount
150 Euro 2800 Euro 3300 Euro 2x1550 Euro 2x1800 Euro

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