International Relations Administration
Bezpieczeństwo informacyjne i cyberbezpieczeństwo
Bezpieczeństwo informacyjne i cyberbezpieczeństwo
Type of studies               Bachelor's degree
Study mode Full-time and part-time
Language english
Duration 3 years (6 semesters)
Price from 1600 EUR per semester

The «EU and International Administration» program is designed to equip students with the knowledge and skills necessary to navigate the complexities of European Union (EU) institutions and international administrative systems. It provides a comprehensive understanding of EU governance structures, policies, and their interactions with the global arena

Topics Covered During Studies

  • European Union Institutions and Law: Studying the structure, functions, and decision-making processes of EU institutions, as well as EU law and its implications for member states and international relations.
  • EU Policies and Regulations: Analyzing key EU policies across various sectors, including trade, environment, agriculture, and competition, and their impact on international affairs.
  • Comparative Regional Integration: Exploring other regional integration models worldwide and comparing them with the EU, assessing similarities, differences, and lessons learned.
  • International Organizations and Multilateralism: Understanding the role of international organizations such as the United Nations, World Trade Organization, and International Monetary Fund in global governance and cooperation.
  • Diplomacy and Negotiation in Multilateral Settings: Developing skills in diplomatic negotiation, consensus-building, and advocacy within multilateral forums.

Knowledge: Students gain knowledge of EU institutions, law, policies, international organizations, and diplomatic practices relevant to EU and international administration.

Skills: Graduates develop skills in policy analysis, legal reasoning, intercultural communication, negotiation, and consensus-building in multilateral settings.

Competencies: Upon completion of the program, students possess competencies in navigating EU administrative procedures, analyzing EU policies, engaging in international negotiations, and advocating for EU interests on the global stage.

Employment Prospects

  • EU Policy Analyst
  • International Relations Specialist
  • EU Affairs Consultant
  • Diplomatic Officer in EU Delegations
  • International Trade Specialist
  • Policy Advisor for NGOs or Think Tanks

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