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Jagiellonian University melnyk@ces.uj.edu.pl

Krakow (Poland)

31-131 Jagiellonian University, Garbarska street 7A 31-131 Krakow Poland , Krakow, Poland

Tel. 00 48 12 42 962 07

http://www.ces.uj.edu.pl/home

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The Centre for European Studies (CES), a branch of the Jagiellonian University Institute of European Studies, offers high academic standard English taught interdisciplinary MA degree study programmes as well as Undergraduate study abroad programmes.

The CES currently offers five study tracks within the MA in European Studies programme: EU Studies, Central and Eastern European Studies: Research Track, Europeanisation and Governance in CEE as well as Studies in the Holocaust and Totalitarian Systems. In addition, CES has been part of various international programmes and has agreements with several partner universities including University College London (International Master in Economy, State and Society – IMESS), the University of Glasgow (Erasmus Mundus International Master in Russian, Central and East European Studies), the University of Kent (International Master in European Studies/European and Global Governance), the University of Tartu (double-degree MA programme in European Regional Studies), the Catholic University of Portugal (double-degree MA programme in European Studies/MA in Governance, Leadership and Democracy Studies) and Kobe Univversity (EU-Japan Advanced Multidisciplinary Master Studies). The Centre for European Studies also regularly organises winter and summer schools.

In terms of facilities, The Centre for European Studies offers excellent study facilities for students, including a Reading Room, Computer Lab and Student Lounge. Furthermore, all students enrolled in the CES programmes are guaranteed a place in our halls of residence. Alternatively students may also also rent a private apartment. CES has a staff member who assists students to find private housing if needed. Dedicated CES staff assist students enrolled into CES Programmes with administration related to their stay in Poland, such as obtaining medical insurance and opening bank account.. 

 

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masters

The Centre for European Studies (CES)  offers English taught interdisciplinary MA degree study programmes as well as double degree programmes in collaboration withpartner universities. Currently, the Centre offers five study tracks within the MA in European Studies programme: EU Studies, Central and Eastern European Studies, Central and Eastern European Studies: Research Track, Europeanisation and Governance in CEE as well as Studies in the Holocaust and Totalitarian Systems. In addition, CES has been part of various international programmes and has agreements with several partner universities, e.g. University College London (International Master in Economy, State and Society – IMESS), the University of Glasgow (Erasmus Mundus International Master in Russian, Central and East European Studies), the University of Kent (International Master in European Studies / European and Global Governance), the University of Tartu (double-degree MA programme in European Regional Studies), the Catholic University of Portugal (double-degree MA programme in European Studies / MA in Governance, Leadership and Democracy Studies) and Kobe Univversity (EU-Japan Advanced Multidisciplinary Master Studies). 

bachelors

The courses offered at the Centre for European studies are designed to give undergraduates a comprehensive and in-depth introduction into the complexities of European political, economic, and social realities and to provide a Central and Eastern European perspective on the contemporary as well as historical events and transformations occurring in Europe. Furthermore, intensive foreign language instruction is offered. Basic knowledge of the Polish language is essential for living in Poland and all students are strongly encouraged to learn Polish during their study abroad.  French, German and Russian are available at the beginner's level for students who are advanced in Polish.

scholarships

Tuition-covering grants and scholarships are available from a wide variety of institutions, depending on the student's citizenship and study focus. For further information regarding possible funding opportunities please visit our web page http://www.ces.uj.edu.pl/prospective/tuition-and-fees/scholarships. 

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