Wroclaw Universitesi

Wrocław

The University of Wrocław has a rich history of more than three centuries. Founded by Leopold I Habsburg the university evolved from a modest school run by Jesuits into one of the biggest academic institutions in Poland. At the beginning of the 19th century the university had five Faculties: philosophy, catholic theology, evangelical theology, law and medicine. Later it was expanded by numerous sections, laboratories and a natural museum, which exists until today.

After the Second World War a group of Polish professors, formerly from Lvov, started teaching and research activities at the University of Wrocław. Initially they created the Faculties of law and administration, arts, natural sciences, agriculture, veterinary, medicine, mathematics, physics and chemistry. Some of these Faculties were soon transformed into other universities.

Since the beginning of the 20th century, the University of Wrocław produced 9 Nobel Prize winners, such as Theodor Mommsen, Philipp Lenard, Eduard Buchner, Paul Ehrlich, Fritz Haber, Friedrich Bergius, Erwin Schrödinger, Otto Stern and Max Born.

Today, the first and foremost focus of The University of Wrocław is scientific research. Our scholars have numerous links with their fellow researchers from other higher education institutions in Poland and throughout the world. The success of our researchers has been recently recognized by Polish authorities, who significantly increased funding for both equipment and research at our University by 80% compared to previous years.

Like in most countries, in Poland the national quality assessment system is part of a national strategy for improving the quality of education. Every four years the Ministry of Education evaluates faculties of all Polish universities. Last year 9 out of 10 of our Faculties were qualified in the highest category and one was the second highest.

The Academic Incubator of Entrepreneurship is a new unit of the University of Wrocław designed to aid students in starting their own businesses by providing free entrepreneurial advice, organizing conferences, seminars, subsidizing selected investments and offering office space. The Academic Incubator of Entrepreneurship cooperates with the Wrocław Technology Park, a technological centre with laboratories, office space, conference centre and modern multimedia equipment. The objective of the Technology Park is to create conditions for the use of scientific and industrial potential of Wrocław and the region and to stimulate the advanced technologies industry. The University of Wrocław is proud to be one of its shareholders.

Today the University of Wrocław is the largest university in the region and teaches over 40,000 students and around 1300 doctoral students at 10 Faculties. 9000 students graduate from the University every year.

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Uluslararası İlişkiler
3.000 | 3 Yıl

The program of specialty Global Studies in International Relations is unique in Poland and one of only few such a programs in Europe. It is directed to all foreign and Polish candidates who would like to understand the mechanisms of globalization, the dependences between the local and global events and phenomenons.

General description

The main assumption of global studies is to concentrate on the globalization as a main research and teaching subject. It does not analyse globalization form the point of view of the national state. Instead global studies put globalization in the centre and study it as a complex and autonomous process which imposes the specified and similar conditions to all national and international actors. Global Studies are hardly defined by the assumptions and methods of any of contemporary sciences. Instead they have a multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary character, as they join diverse theoretical approaches of economy, international relations, political sciences, anthropology, sociology, area studies, cultural and ethnic studies, but also some elements natural sciences such as the earth and life sciences or physics.

Details of the program

The program of Bachelor Studies offered by the Institute contains at least 2000 teaching hours, which is equivalent to 180 ETCS credits. To finish the study students are obliged to write Bachelor thesis under the supervision of one of the institutes's professors and defend it or pass Bachelor exam.

The program of studies consists of the obligatory courses (general and related to the area of study), specialty courses and optional courses, which students choose according to their own interests.

Students choose their optional courses before the start of each semester.

Student have to collect 30 ECTS in each semester from obligatory courses, optional courses and workshops.

Other obligatory elements of the program are: Polish language (4 semesters/120 hours), other foreign language (to choose, 3 semesters/180 hours), student internship (3 week/90 hours), physical education in the University's Sport Centre (60 hours).

Students have the possibility to participate in the programs of international student exchange and use all the other offers and propositions directed to the student of the University of Wrocław.

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İşletme
3.000 | 2 Yıl

Faculty of Law, Administration and Economics at the University of Wroclaw, with its roots at the beginning of the 16th century and Alma Mater of 9 Nobel Prize winners, has the honour to welcome you to Business and Administration, three years' Bachelor program addressed to future leaders of the business world. The program is designed for maximum flexibility. All students follow the same program structure during the first two years. In the third year, students begin their specialisation courses for one of the options like:

Business,
Finance,
Governance.
The Bachelor of Business and Administration is taught entirely in English and is open to both international and Polish students and focuses on basic business related topics, such as leadership, marketing, accountancy, finance, management, research methods, international economics, entrepreneurship, law, human resource management and intercultural communication. Eventual mastery of these concepts can open doors to exciting career opportunities in business, such as managing a multinational corporation, consulting, marketing, starting your own business, offering profitable investment and financial guidance, or running a nonprofit organization.





1st Semester (Autumn) compulsory:

Course name ECTS Lecture Classes Seminar Laboratory
Fundamentals of Law and Government 6 30 14  
Fundamentals of Microeconomics 5 16 14  
Introduction to Public International Law 5 16 14  
Fundamentals of Quantitative Methods 4 16 14  
Public and Private Organisations 3 20    
Polish Language for Foreigners (A1) 0   30  
1st Semester (Autumn) optional (You have to choose two courses):
Course name ECTS Lecture Classes Seminar Laboratory
Economic Policy 4 12 8  
European Integration 4 12 8  
Argumentation and Critical Thinking 4 12 8  
Contemporary Legal Cultures 4 12 8  


2nd Semester (Spring) compulsory:

Course name ECTS Lecture Classes Seminar Laboratory
Fundamentals of Macroeconomics 4 16 14  
Introduction to Finance 4 16 14  
Fundamentals of Civil and Commercial Law 4 16 14  
Public Administration and Administrative Policies 3 16 14  
Fundamentals of Management and Strategic Management 3 30    
Foreign Language (B2) 4   60  
Polish Language for Foreigners (A1) 3   30  
2nd Semester (Spring) optional (You have to choose two courses):
Course name ECTS Lecture Classes Seminar Laboratory
Private International Law 3 12 8  
Economy of the EU 3 12 8  
Economic Logic 3 12 8  
Fundamentals of Financial Arithmetics 3 12 8  


3rd Semester (Autumn) compulsory:

Course name ECTS Lecture Classes Seminar Laboratory
Principles of Accounting 4 16 14  
Introduction to the EU Law 5 16 14  
Introduction to Criminal Law 4 16 14  
Decision Making in Business and Administration 4 16 14  
Sociology of Organisations 2 20    
Physical Education 1   30  
Foreign Language (B2) 4   60  
3rd Semester (Autumn) optional (You have to choose two courses):
Course name ECTS Lecture Classes Seminar Laboratory
Fundamentals of Competition Law 3 12 8  
Introductory Statistics for Business 3 12 8  
e-Business 3 12 8  
Fundamentals of Labour Law and Social Security 3 12 8  


4th Semester (Spring) compulsory:

Course name ECTS Lecture Classes Seminar Laboratory
Human Resource Management 4 16 14  
Administrative Legal Environment of Business and Administrative Procedures 5 16 14  
Theory and Practice of Entrepreneurship 5 16 14  
Information and Communication Technologies 3       20
Foreign language (B2) 4   60  
Intellectual Property Protection 3 20    
4th Semester (Spring) optional (You have to choose two courses):
Course name ECTS Lecture Classes Seminar Laboratory
Regional Policy of the European Union 3 12 8  
Marketing in International Environment 3 12 8  
Theories of Leadership 3 12 8  
Introduction to Law of International Organisations 3 12 8  


Specialisation BUSINESS 5th Semester (Autumn) compulsory:

Course name ECTS Lecture Classes Seminar Laboratory
Bachelor Thesis       30
Business Finance 5 16 14  
Commercial Contracts 5 16 14  
Business Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility 5 16 14  
Global Economy 4 20    
Specialisation BUSINESS 5th Semester (Autumn) optional (You have to choose two courses):
Course name ECTS Lecture Classes Seminar Laboratory
Fundamentals of Investments 3 12 8  
Negotiations in Business 3 12 8  
Public Procurement and Public-Private Partnership in the EU 3 12 8  
Law of Advertisement 3 12 8  


Specialisation BUSINESS 6th Semester (Spring) compulsory:

Course name ECTS Lecture Classes Seminar Laboratory
Bachelor Thesis 10     30
Business Planning 5 16 14  
International Trade Law 5 16 14  
Business Taxation 5 16 14  
Innovation Management in Business 4 20    
Specialisation BUSINESS 6th Semester (Spring) optional (You have to choose two courses):
Course name ECTS Lecture Classes Seminar Laboratory
Consumer Protection in the European Union 3 12 8  
Penal Aspects of Economic Relations 3 12 8  
European Business 3 12 8  
Data and Information Protection in Business 3 12 8  


Specialisation FINANCE 5th Semester (Autumn) compulsory:

Course name ECTS Lecture Classes Seminar Laboratory
Bachelor Thesis       30
Financial Statements Analysis 5 16 14  
Corporate Finance 5 16 14  
Introduction to Financial Law 5 16 14  
Financial Markets and Institutions 4 20    
Specialisation FINANCE 5th Semester (Autumn) optional (You have to choose two courses):
Course name ECTS Lecture Classes Seminar Laboratory
Financial services 3 12 8  
Public Finance 3 12 8  
Introduction to Econometrics 3 12 8  
International Tax Policy 3 12 8  


Specialisation FINANCE 6th Semester (Spring) compulsory:

Course name ECTS Lecture Classes Seminar Laboratory
Bachelor Thesis 10     30
Insurance Market 5 16 14  
Portfolio Analysis 5 16 14  
Personal Finance 5 16 14  
International Finance 4 20    
Specialisation FINANCE 6th Semester (Spring) optional (You have to choose two courses):
Course name ECTS Lecture Classes Seminar Laboratory
Financial Instruments 3 12 8  
Banking 3 12 8  
Operational Research 3 12 8  
Capital Market 3 12 8  


Specialisation GOVERNANCE 5th Semester (Autumn) compulsory:

Course name ECTS Lecture Classes Seminar Laboratory
Bachelor Thesis       30
European Administrative System 5 16 14  
Corporate Governance 5 16 14  
Legal Systems of Human Rights Protection 5 16 14  
Access to Information and Information Management 4 20    
Specialisation GOVERNANCE 5th Semester (Autumn) optional (You have to choose two courses):
Course name ECTS Lecture Classes Seminar Laboratory
Migration Law and Policy 3 12 8  
International Arbitration and Mediation 3 12 8  
Law of International Responsibility 3 12 8  
Administrative Reforms in the European Countries 3 12 8  


Specialisation GOVERNANCE 6th Semester (Spring) compulsory:

Course name ECTS Lecture Classes Seminar Laboratory
Bachelor Thesis 10     30
International Cooperation and Mutual Assistance 5 16 14  
Horizontal Market for Sustainable Development 5 16 14  
Public Governance 5 16 14  
Ethics and Accountability in Public Sector 4 20    
Specialisation GOVERNANCE 6th Semester (Spring) optional (You have to choose two courses):
Course name ECTS Lecture Classes Seminar Laboratory
Global Administrative Law 3 12 8  
Interest Representation in the EU 3 12 8  
Governance in the EU’s External Relations 3 12 8  
Law of Non-Governmental Organisations 3 12 8  

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Kimya
3.000 | 3 Yıl

What kind of studies

General chemistry will let you obtain extensive knowledge of chemistry. Thanks to lectures and laboratory classes, you will have the opportunity to gain vast knowledge of modern methods of chemical synthesis. You will also be acquainted with the state of the art physico-chemical methods, applied in the studies on the structure of compounds.

What do we offer

Graduates will be in possession of Bachelor's degree in chemistry. The curriculum includes subjects of chemistry and related sciences, such as physical and chemical measurement methods.

After graduation

Having completed this specialization, you will be able to work in laboratories on modern equipment, and in companies that use modern technologies, as well as research institutions and diagnostic laboratories. Graduates can also work in various industries and at universities.

1st semester

Course name ECTS Lecture Classes Seminar Laboratory
Mathematical methods in chemistry 5 15   15
Safety in a chemical laboratory 3 15     15
Fundamentals of Chemistry 16 60   60 90
Additionally: Foreign Language (4 ECTS)

2nd semester

Course name ECTS Lecture Classes Seminar Laboratory
Analytical chemistry 16 30   30 105
Introduction to Computer Science 9 15     30
Additionally: Foreign Language (4 ECTS) and one facultative subject from:

Course name ECTS Lecture Classes Seminar Laboratory
Chemical analysis of environment and materials 5 15     30
Selected special techniques in chemical analysis 5 15     30

3rd semester

Course name ECTS Lecture Classes Seminar Laboratory
Inorganic Chemistry 9 30   15 60
Organic Chemistry 11 45   30 60
Additionally: Foreign Language (4 ECTS) and one facultative subject from:

Course name ECTS Lecture Classes Seminar Laboratory
Green Chemistry 5 15     30
Structures and Applications of Inorganic Compounds 5 45    
4th semester

Course name ECTS Lecture Classes Seminar Laboratory
Inorganic Chemistry 13 30   15 75
Organic Chemistry 12 30   15 75
Additionally: Sports (1 ECTS) and one facultative subject from:

Course name ECTS Lecture Classes Seminar Laboratory
Elements of natural products chemistry 5 15     30
Elements of Organic Synthesis 5       45
5th semester

Course name ECTS Lecture Classes Seminar Laboratory
Chemical Technology 9 30   30 30
Fundamentals of quantum chemistry 9 30   30
Physical Chemisty 9 30   45 45
Additionally one facultative subject from:

Course name ECTS Lecture Classes Seminar Laboratory
Molecular Physical Chemistry 5 30   15
Symmetry in chemistry 5 15   30
6th semester

Course name ECTS Lecture Classes Seminar Laboratory
Advanced Analytical Methods 9 30     45
Physical Chemisty 9 30   45 45
Additionally: Bachelor degee exam (9 ECTS) and one facultative subject from:

Course name ECTS Lecture Classes Seminar Laboratory
Electrochemistry 5 30   15
Molecular driving forces 5 15   30
 

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Kimya
3.000 | 3 Yıl

What kind of studies

General chemistry will let you obtain extensive knowledge of chemistry. Thanks to lectures and laboratory classes, you will have the opportunity to gain vast knowledge of modern methods of chemical synthesis. You will also be acquainted with the state of the art physico-chemical methods, applied in the studies on the structure of compounds.

What do we offer

Graduates will be in possession of Bachelor's degree in chemistry. The curriculum includes subjects of chemistry and related sciences, such as physical and chemical measurement methods.

After graduation

Having completed this specialization, you will be able to work in laboratories on modern equipment, and in companies that use modern technologies, as well as research institutions and diagnostic laboratories. Graduates can also work in various industries and at universities.

1st semester

Course name ECTS Lecture Classes Seminar Laboratory
Mathematical methods in chemistry 5 15   15
Safety in a chemical laboratory 3 15     15
Fundamentals of Chemistry 16 60   60 90
Additionally: Foreign Language (4 ECTS)

2nd semester

Course name ECTS Lecture Classes Seminar Laboratory
Analytical chemistry 16 30   30 105
Introduction to Computer Science 9 15     30
Additionally: Foreign Language (4 ECTS) and one facultative subject from:

Course name ECTS Lecture Classes Seminar Laboratory
Chemical analysis of environment and materials 5 15     30
Selected special techniques in chemical analysis 5 15     30

3rd semester

Course name ECTS Lecture Classes Seminar Laboratory
Inorganic Chemistry 9 30   15 60
Organic Chemistry 11 45   30 60
Additionally: Foreign Language (4 ECTS) and one facultative subject from:

Course name ECTS Lecture Classes Seminar Laboratory
Green Chemistry 5 15     30
Structures and Applications of Inorganic Compounds 5 45    
4th semester

Course name ECTS Lecture Classes Seminar Laboratory
Inorganic Chemistry 13 30   15 75
Organic Chemistry 12 30   15 75
Additionally: Sports (1 ECTS) and one facultative subject from:

Course name ECTS Lecture Classes Seminar Laboratory
Elements of natural products chemistry 5 15     30
Elements of Organic Synthesis 5       45
5th semester

Course name ECTS Lecture Classes Seminar Laboratory
Chemical Technology 9 30   30 30
Fundamentals of quantum chemistry 9 30   30
Physical Chemisty 9 30   45 45
Additionally one facultative subject from:

Course name ECTS Lecture Classes Seminar Laboratory
Molecular Physical Chemistry 5 30   15
Symmetry in chemistry 5 15   30
6th semester

Course name ECTS Lecture Classes Seminar Laboratory
Advanced Analytical Methods 9 30     45
Physical Chemisty 9 30   45 45
Additionally: Bachelor degee exam (9 ECTS) and one facultative subject from:

Course name ECTS Lecture Classes Seminar Laboratory
Electrochemistry 5 30   15
Molecular driving forces 5 15   30
 

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Avrupa Kültürü
3.000 | 2 Yıl

The undergraduate program aims at equipping students with both theoretical knowledge about the past and origins of European cultures and conceptual tools to analyse cultural phenomena of nowadays societies.

Flexibly organized set of courses (only few are obligatory, most of them elective by students) may present in synthetic picture of cultural diversity of the Continent. Students will learn consequences caused by cultural phenomena for past and contemporary social life in Europe. Consequences, which were and are visible in various sphere of life: starting with everyday life, through economy, psychological background of social movements, up to political and administrative systems. Lectures focus on universal laws and manifestations of cultural life of human societies but with a clear emphasis on specific elements of European past and present day situation.

Students will be invited to make a common journey through European cultural heritage to learn how to analyse and understand not only the meaning of fine arts' objects, but mostly social phenomena based upon cultural relations. Therefore the proposed curriculum of study is focused on analysis of communication systems, values' transfer mechanisms, meaning of symbolic structures used in both everyday life and politics, cultural and political history seen as an impulse for change in social life etc. Participation in the program should strengthen students' knowledge of European culture and civilisations in context of social life and social needs.

Our students will have an unique opportunity to attend the interdisciplinary course, consisted of lectures and seminars of ancient archaeology, cultural studies, history of art, history of Poland and Europe, social psychology, cultural and classical pedagogy and others. After completing studies students can be able to translate different cultural codes of communications, organize cooperation between members of societies of different European cultures and promote understanding of cultural differentiation in social life as the only way to peaceful development in nowadays world.

A graduate will be a suitable candidate to vast range of workplaces demanding mediation between people and organizations of different cultural capitals: in Human Resources and Public Relations departments of multinational corporations and public administration, in cultural institutions and in tourism, last, but not least, in journalism.

The European Culture program is intended for both European citizens as well as students from other parts of the world. The curriculum of the program is designed to open possibility for all interested in cultural life of the Continent to consciously participate in European social and cultural life. Which means that candidates are not expected to possess detailed knowledge of an academic nature, but to be open minded and curious enough to work together to understand cultural and social world around them. All courses will be provided in English. The rules concerning payment of tuition are regulated by the relevant rules of the University of Wrocław.
 

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Antika ve Arkeoloji
3.000 | 3 Yıl

The Faculty of Historical and Pedagogical Sciences, University of Wrocław is a leading history and archaeology center in Poland involved in a vast array of exchange programs and in the EU-funded International Doctoral Program "The Eastern Mediterranean from the 4th c. BC until late antiquity" conducted jointly with the University of Liverpool, UK.

Building upon its research and teaching experience it offers now a new all-English BA program "Antiquity and Archaeology". It is a six-semester program, in principal based in Wrocław but students are encouraged to take part in archaeological excavations in Poland and in the Mediterranean and to take advantage of one-semester mobility within LLP Erasmus at one of the Partner Universities abroad (list of Partner Universities here).

"Antiquity and Archaeolgy" is an interdisciplinary program balanced between studying the classical world, ancient Egypt, Mesopotamia, Central Asia, India and European archaeology. It offers a choice of ancient languages, research skills classes and hands-on experience in archaeology. The foremost principle of this program is the freedom of choice as the great majority of classes are elective.
 

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Biyoteknoloji
3.000 | 3 Yıl

BSc studies in Biotechnology ONLY!, please contact Dr. Elżbieta Gocek ([email protected])

Erasmus and other exchange programs, please contact Dr. Justyna Ciuraszkiewicz ([email protected])



The aim of BSc studies in biotechnology is:

- acquiring basic knowledge of the molecular basis of biological phenomena and processes through learning mathematics, statistics, chemistry, physics, as well as molecular biology, genetics, microbiology, biology of the cell and biotechnology,

- acquisition of deeper knowledge in the biochemistry of proteins, carbohydrates and lipid compounds, their structures and functions, as well as their metabolisms,

- acquisition of the skills to use various experimental techniques required for employment in the biotechnological industry, as well as various types of laboratories (analytical, research or industrial),

- understanding of computer and language tools, their application for collection, analysis and presentation of data during professional work,

- preparing the student to conduct an independent or collaborative research practice, to discuss results, to formulate statements, and write reports.

Upon successful completion of the first degree studies in biotechnology, the graduate will have the basic knowledge in molecular basics of biological phenomena and processes and advanced knowledge in biochemistry, will be able to apply this knowledge in biotechnology, will be prepared to work in laboratory, will apply scientific methods and good experimental designs in scientific experiments, will understand and demonstrate laboratory safety procedures, as well as bioethical standards. The graduate will be aware of the need to constantly improve the professional and personal competences.

1st Semester

Course name ECTS Lecture Classes Seminar Laboratory
Biochemical Calculations 1 *   45  
Biology 5 30     30
Computer Sciences 4 15 30  
General and Inorganic Chemistry 8 30     30
Mathematics with Elements of Statistics 10 30 30  
Additionally: Polish Language Course - 60 hours (12 ECTS will be awarded after successful completion of the course on 3th semester, however it is allowed to take the final exam earlier).



2nd Semester

Course name ECTS Lecture Classes Seminar Laboratory
Biochemical Calculations 2 8   30  
Organic Chemistry 8 45     45
Physicochemical Methods in Biology 6 30     45
Structure and Function of Biomacromolecules 8 30     60
Additionally: Polish Language Course - 60 hours (12 ECTS will be awarded after successful completion of the course on 3th semester, however it is allowed to take the final exam earlier) and Sports - 1 ECTS, 30 hours.



3rd Semester

Course name ECTS Lecture Classes Seminar Laboratory
Biophysical Chemistry 7 30   10 20
Genetics (L) 4 30    
Metabolism of Nucleic Acids 4 20    
Metabolism of Proteins, Carbohydrates, Nucleotides and Lipids 11 45     90
Plant Physiology 4 30     20
Additionally: Polish Language Course - 60 hours (12 ECTS will be awarded after successful completion of the course on 3th semester, however it is allowed to take the final exam earlier).



4th Semester

Course name ECTS Lecture Classes Seminar Laboratory
Animal Physiology 4 30     30
Bioinformatics 4 15 30  
Biophysics 6 30     30
Genetics (P) 2       45
Intellectual Property Law 2 15    
Microbiology 4 30     30
Seminar 2     30
Techniques of Molecular Biology 4 20     45


5th Semester

Course name ECTS Lecture Classes Seminar Laboratory
Bioethics 2 15    
Biotechnology 7 30     45
Industrial Microbiology 3 30     30
Molecular Organization of the Cell 7 30     60
Preparative Biochemistry 5 15     30
Seminar 2     30
Additionally one optional lecture from the table below.

Course name ECTS Lecture Classes Seminar Laboratory
Food Toxicology 2 15    
Genetic Regulation of Development 2 15    
Microbiology and Health 2 15    


6th Semester (starts in February 2017 !!!)

Course name ECTS Lecture Classes Seminar Laboratory
Bioprocess Engineering 3 30     15
Cell Culture Techniques 3 15     30
Economics 2 30 15  
Enzymology 5 30     45
Immunology 5 30     30
Seminar 2     30
BSc Seminar

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Biyoteknoloji
3.000 | 3 Yıl

BSc studies in Biotechnology ONLY!, please contact Dr. Elżbieta Gocek ([email protected])

Erasmus and other exchange programs, please contact Dr. Justyna Ciuraszkiewicz ([email protected])



The aim of BSc studies in biotechnology is:

- acquiring basic knowledge of the molecular basis of biological phenomena and processes through learning mathematics, statistics, chemistry, physics, as well as molecular biology, genetics, microbiology, biology of the cell and biotechnology,

- acquisition of deeper knowledge in the biochemistry of proteins, carbohydrates and lipid compounds, their structures and functions, as well as their metabolisms,

- acquisition of the skills to use various experimental techniques required for employment in the biotechnological industry, as well as various types of laboratories (analytical, research or industrial),

- understanding of computer and language tools, their application for collection, analysis and presentation of data during professional work,

- preparing the student to conduct an independent or collaborative research practice, to discuss results, to formulate statements, and write reports.

Upon successful completion of the first degree studies in biotechnology, the graduate will have the basic knowledge in molecular basics of biological phenomena and processes and advanced knowledge in biochemistry, will be able to apply this knowledge in biotechnology, will be prepared to work in laboratory, will apply scientific methods and good experimental designs in scientific experiments, will understand and demonstrate laboratory safety procedures, as well as bioethical standards. The graduate will be aware of the need to constantly improve the professional and personal competences.

1st Semester

Course name ECTS Lecture Classes Seminar Laboratory
Biochemical Calculations 1 *   45  
Biology 5 30     30
Computer Sciences 4 15 30  
General and Inorganic Chemistry 8 30     30
Mathematics with Elements of Statistics 10 30 30  
Additionally: Polish Language Course - 60 hours (12 ECTS will be awarded after successful completion of the course on 3th semester, however it is allowed to take the final exam earlier).



2nd Semester

Course name ECTS Lecture Classes Seminar Laboratory
Biochemical Calculations 2 8   30  
Organic Chemistry 8 45     45
Physicochemical Methods in Biology 6 30     45
Structure and Function of Biomacromolecules 8 30     60
Additionally: Polish Language Course - 60 hours (12 ECTS will be awarded after successful completion of the course on 3th semester, however it is allowed to take the final exam earlier) and Sports - 1 ECTS, 30 hours.



3rd Semester

Course name ECTS Lecture Classes Seminar Laboratory
Biophysical Chemistry 7 30   10 20
Genetics (L) 4 30    
Metabolism of Nucleic Acids 4 20    
Metabolism of Proteins, Carbohydrates, Nucleotides and Lipids 11 45     90
Plant Physiology 4 30     20
Additionally: Polish Language Course - 60 hours (12 ECTS will be awarded after successful completion of the course on 3th semester, however it is allowed to take the final exam earlier).



4th Semester

Course name ECTS Lecture Classes Seminar Laboratory
Animal Physiology 4 30     30
Bioinformatics 4 15 30  
Biophysics 6 30     30
Genetics (P) 2       45
Intellectual Property Law 2 15    
Microbiology 4 30     30
Seminar 2     30
Techniques of Molecular Biology 4 20     45


5th Semester

Course name ECTS Lecture Classes Seminar Laboratory
Bioethics 2 15    
Biotechnology 7 30     45
Industrial Microbiology 3 30     30
Molecular Organization of the Cell 7 30     60
Preparative Biochemistry 5 15     30
Seminar 2     30
Additionally one optional lecture from the table below.

Course name ECTS Lecture Classes Seminar Laboratory
Food Toxicology 2 15    
Genetic Regulation of Development 2 15    
Microbiology and Health 2 15    


6th Semester (starts in February 2017 !!!)

Course name ECTS Lecture Classes Seminar Laboratory
Bioprocess Engineering 3 30     15
Cell Culture Techniques 3 15     30
Economics 2 30 15  
Enzymology 5 30     45
Immunology 5 30     30
Seminar 2     30
BSc Seminar

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Politika Bilimi
3.000 | 3 Yıl

The Institute of Political Science at the University of Wrocław is one of the biggest and the most dynamic centres of political science research in Poland. Since 2008 the Institute has developed also curricula in English. Both international and Polish candidates can join the study programme and obtain the title of Bachelor or Master in Political Science.

Since Summer semester of academic year 2012/2013 studies at Bachelor level are also offered by the Institute, with specialisations in:

- Comparative Politics

- Media and Politics

- Global Security

- Europe in the World

BA study programme will consist of six semesters: five semesters at the University of Wroclaw and one semester of mobility arranged within ERASMUS+ at one of the Partner Universities abroad (list of Partner Universities here).

Students will take the opportunity to study the most imporatant topics related to contemporary politics as well as key issues related to social sciences - taught by our highly qualified academic staff.

The Institute also encourages students to develop their professional careers during studies by providing them with the opportunity to have an internship. In order to accomplish it institutional partnerships with numerous, public and private entities are blossomed.
 

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English Philology
3.000 | 3 Yıl

B.A. Program

The B.A. program offered by the Institute of English at the University of Wrocław is designed for students interested in the English language, linguistics, and English and American literature.

Although the program features courses in practical English which are intended to improve students' language skills, it is not an advanced English course. The program’s curriculum covers a variety of lectures and tutorials in literary theory, the history of English and American literature, teaching/translation methodology, and theoretical linguistics. Therefore, candidates are expected to demonstrate interest in literature and linguistics studies. Moreover, applicants must have a good command of English, corresponding to the level of at least the Certificate in Advanced English (CAE, grade B or higher) or the IELTS score of at least 6.5.

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Uluslararası ve Avrupa Hukuku
3.000 | 2 Yıl

General description and characteristics of the studies

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1The course offers two distinctive specialisations: International Business Law and Modern Human Rights Law



Within the framework of the specialisation International Business Law in the LLM

International & European Law major, emphasis is placed on regulations concerning

international trade. The programme combines the primary elements of the international law regime regarding broadly-defined commercial law, both in the aspect of private law as it determines the relations between individual participants in economic life and in the public aspect related to legal interactions between commercial entities and public regulators.



The special programme Modern Human Rights Law is focused on the transmission of knowledge and skills associated with various aspects of the legal situation of the individual in international law. The programme encompasses detailed issues of human rights law, as well as particular international law regulations associated with inter alia the situations of asylum- and

refuge-seekers, and people from countries engulfed in armed conflict.



.   General information about the course of study

Educational level: Second cycle studies (2 years – 4 semesters).

Educational profile: General academic.

Form of studies: Full-time (for-fee).

Title received by graduate: Master of Laws (International and European Law)

Assigned to education area: Social sciences.

Assigned to scientific area: Legal sciences.



2.   Location of the course of study in education areas

The major LLM International & European Law belongs to the social sciences

education area. Law may be studied in both its subjective and objective layers. The former refers to creative, continual and organized activity associated with interpretation of a legal text, or decoding of the normative content of a custom, in order to precisely establish legal norms. In the latter, organizational and structural sense, law creates institutions authorized to apply, create and execute it.

The profile of the major LLM International & European Law is focused on the

international aspect, with elements of comparative study of major domestic legal regimes. It concerns both the legal relations between states and other participants in international relations, as well as issues associated with the mutual relations between legal norms belonging to various legal regimes. Additionally, emphasis in the programmatic layer of the profile has been placed on matters associated with European Union law, both in the context of formulating and executing EU policies and activities, as well as in the institutional sphere and relations among Member States.





3.   Mission and objectives of the University

All of the objectives of the strategy of the Faculty of Law, Administration and

Economics (FLAE) listed below are entirely consistent with the mission of the University of Wrocław (UWr), and refer to the strategy of ensuring educational quality set out in Resolution no. 95/2014 of the Senate of the University of Wrocław of 24 September 2014. This is expressed in the development of courses of study conducted by the FLAE through enhancing the attractiveness of the educational offer resulting from the opening of the new major LLM

International & European Law and greater openness of the University to international cooperation.

This major is a response to the expectations of both the labour market and of

candidates stemming from the process of globalization. Second cycle full-time studies facilitate the acquisition of knowledge and skills together with social competencies that enhance the position of the graduate on the international labour market. This process is to a great degree achieved through the engagement of students in the practical aspects of solving problems which arise in many areas of the legal sciences – through the use of practical, casebased methods.

The construction of the programme makes use of the experiences of Western European educational institutors conducting similarly-profiled courses of study. Attention is drawn to the fact that, owing to historical and political considerations, these countries boast a far richer tradition of exploration in the legal sciences. In particular, the achievements of institutions from the United Kingdom (King’s College London, Queen Mary University London), the Netherlands (Tillburg, Leiden, Rotterdam, Utrecht), Ireland (Trinity College Dublin), Germany (Frankfurt, Freie Unversiteit Berlin), and Belgium (Vrij Universiteit) are deserving of attention; it is their experiences which serve as the foundation for the major LLM International & European Law. The synergistic effect achieved by combining the experiences

of continental systems and those from the common law tradition serve to enhance the international component of the programme. In this manner the graduate receives a broader perspective for professional development, which undoubtedly provides added value in contemporary mobile society.

Additional objectives of the undertaken activities include enhancing the quality of

scientific inquiries and development of scientific and instructional staff, further development of the faculty library, expansion of access to Polish and international scientific databases, and improvement of IT infrastructure. These activities will serve to improve educational conditions and those of scientific research, and will enhance the comfort and efficiency of contacts between students and faculty administration through organizational changes and computerization of the work of faculty offices, particularly through facilitating contact with faculty administration in English, which is of particular importance for foreign students.



4.   Competencies expected of candidates

Candidates for LLM International & European Law second cycle should possess basic legal knowledge on legal, political and social phenomena resulting from functioning in organised social structures, confirmed by the possession of a diploma from an institution of higher education . Candidates should also be characterized by the following : capacity for critical analysis of and the ability to synthesise information; capacity to perceive the links between various social phenomena and to forecast their future course, along with analysis of the mechanisms evoking them; the capacity to take decisions, including those requiring the balancing of various perspectives and arguments; the capacity to apply complex reasoning, cohesive argumentation, and to capture the essence of studied phenomena and processes.

In addition, candidates should be appropriately skilled in English (subject-area

language) to a level facilitating their active participation in lectures and tutorials (both in speech and in writing).



5.   Admissions rules

Candidates for the LLM International & European Law programme should hold a

diploma certifying completion of first cycle studies, or an equivalent certification recognized in Poland and allowing for the commencement of second cycle studies . In addition, confirmation of English language competency at the B2 level is required. Detailed rules concerning confirmation of compatibility of diplomas and language qualifications are governed by the relevant University regulations. Foreign nationals are required to have the legal right to reside in Poland and to undertake studies. Detailed rules are governed by the relevant regulations.



6.   Educational objectives

Upon completion of the second cycle programme LLM International & European

Law, the graduate will possess skills and general knowledge in the area of dogmatic

disciplines of international and European law . Depending on the specialization selected, the graduate will receive specialist knowledge and skills relevant to the profile of activities undertaken by entities operating in the area of international commercial trade or engaged in various aspects of human rights protection in the international domain. Graduates shall also be able to undertake doctoral studies (third cycle), in particular in the social sciences.

Graduates of LLM International & European Law are prepared to undertake

employment in all domestic and international organizations (public and non-public) requiring basic knowledge from the legal sciences. Graduates possess interpersonal skills and the capacity to communicate during decision processes, as well as to perform the role of negotiator, mediator and arbitrator in conflict resolution processes based on both domestic and international law.

Graduates also acquire skills vital for commencing commercial activity in the

international aspect. Effective functioning in the highly competitive environment of

contemporary commercial relations requires knowledge of elements of intellectual property law, economics, and specific areas of legal science specific to the profile of a given enterprise.

Compatibility of the offered course of study placing particular emphasis on international law with the needs of the labour market is additionally solidified through cooperation with external stakeholders (participants in economic life), which makes it additionally possible to continually monitor graduates’ career paths and to adapt the programme in the future depending on the changing needs of the labour market.

Apart from knowledge of English at a level facilitating free communication involving

legal jargon, graduates should also possess knowledge of another modern language at the B2 level as defined under the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages. In addition, foreign nationals completing the LLM International & European Law programme should possess knowledge of Polish at the A2 level.

The rules for the domestic and international mobility of students are governed by the

relevant regulations of the University of Wrocław, in particular those concerning the Erasmus and MOST programmes.

Graduates receive the title Master of Laws (International and European Law).

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Uluslararası İlişkiler
3.000 | 2 Yıl

Duration: 2 years (4 semesters)
Language of instruction: English

University of Wrocław, Faculty of Social Science, Institute of International Studies

Introduction

Recent political and economic changes in Europe have increased the demand for specialists in the field of international relations. To meet these needs, the Institute of International Studies introduced a program focusing on International Relations. The Program is designed to equip students with a significant knowledge in some of the contemporary international issues such as the international system, issues of globalization and regionalization, development economics, international human rights protection, commercial law and international economics. Within seminars students can focus on issues related to areas such as Diplomacy, European Integration, Global Problems, International Communication or International Economic Relations.

M.A. studies program offered by Institute of International Studies contains ca. 1150 hours of courses equivalent to 120 ECTS points. Students are obliged to write M.A. thesis under the supervision of a Institute member.

1st semester

Course name ECTS Lecture Classes Seminar Laboratory
Development Economics 4     30
Foreign language course 0   30  
Globalisation and Regionalisation 8 30   30
Human Rights in the Contemporary World 4     30
International Environmental Protection 4     30
M.A. Seminar - Methodology of social sciences 2     30
Theories of International Relations 8 30   30
30 ECTS from compulsory courses, see list below
2nd semester

Course name ECTS Lecture Classes Seminar Laboratory
Foreign language course 5   30  
International Economic Transactions 8 30   30
International Forecasts and Simulations 4     30
Introduction to International Migrations and Imigrant Integration 6 15   30
M.A. Seminar - Methodology of social sciences 2     30
Sport class 1   30  
26 ECTS from compulsory courses + 4 ECTS from additional courses, see list below
3rd semester

Course name ECTS Lecture Classes Seminar Laboratory
Individual Diploma Seminar 2     30
International Security 8 30   30
International Social Policy 4     30
Soft Power and Public Diplomacy 4     30
18 ECTS from compulsory courses + 12 ECTS from additional courses, see list below
4th semester

Course name ECTS Lecture Classes Seminar Laboratory
Individual Diploma Seminar 10     40
MA thesis defence and MA exam 10      
20 ECTS from compulsory courses + 10 ECTS from additional courses, see list below

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Yönetim Ekonomisi
3.000 | 2 Yıl

This two-year program presumes prior bachelor's level knowledge in economics. The master's degree is designed for students who expect to pursue a managerial career in business in their home country or abroad. The program provides economic skills and competencies necessary to deal with the management challenges of increasing complexity in modern economy. Courses cover both traditional and emerging economic fields, including microeconomics, managerial economics, marketing, innovation management, accounting, capital market, competition, industrial and tax policy. The program also includes the problems of international economics and business management on the Global and European Single Market.

Additional contact for Eastern European & Central Asian countries: [email protected]
 

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Kimya
3.000 | 2 Yıl

Students are expected to have the basic chemistry skills obtained from the bachelor courses. The Master of Science program (2 years) is offered in the curriculum: Advanced Synthesis in Chemistry. The studies are closely related to the research at the Faculty - we believe that the best teaching is linked to research and we ensure that our programs are dynamic and up to date. Students are offered state of the art courses of advanced synthetic techniques and instrumental methods used in structural studies as well as variety of classes presenting correlation between structure of chemical compounds, both organic and inorganic, and their reactivity. Both curricula were elaborated by leading scientists, specialist in their area. Students can join each of the research groups at the Faculty and take part in scientific research. It is expected that Master thesis should contain a new scientific results which can be published in international journals.

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Politika Bilimi
3.000 | 2 Yıl

5 specialisations are available:

- Public Policy

- Political Communication

- Public Administration (organised jointly with Georgian Institute of Public Affairs)

- Democracy and Development in Europe and Caucasus (organised jointly with Georgian Institute of Public Affairs)

- Central and East European Studies (organised jointly with the University of Bucharest)



Duration: 2 years (4 semesters)

Language of instruction: English



The Institute of Political Science at the University of Wrocław is one of the biggest and the most dynamic centres of political science research in Poland. Since 2008 the Institute has developed also curricula in English. Both international and Polish candidates can join the study programme and obtain the title of Master in Political Science.

MA study programme consists of four semesters: one semester with common programme for all students and three semesters with specializations courses. One of three semesters is designed as semester of mobility arranged within ERASMUS+ at one of the Partner Universities abroad (list of Partner Universities here).

Students will take the opportunity to study the most imporatant topics related to contemporary politics as well as key issues related to social sciences - taught by our highly qualified academic staff.

The Institute also encourages students to develop their professional careers during studies by providing them with the opportunity to have an internship. In order to accomplish it institutional partnerships with numerous public and private entities are blossomed.

Website of the Institute of Political Science

Brochure about the Institute of Political Science

Contact:

Dr. Piotr Sula, [email protected]

Dr. Michał Kuś, [email protected]



Specialization - Central and East European Studies (CEES)

I Semester

Compulsory Courses

Course name ECTS Lecture Classes Seminar Laboratory
Academic writing 2   15  
Ethics in politics 3   22  
History of political institutions 3   22  
Methodology of political research 2   15  
Philosophy of politics 4 15 15  
Polish language 1 0   30  
Political psychology 3   15  
Qualitative and quantitative research methods 4 15 15  
Sociology of politics 4 15 15  
Theory of politics 5 10 28  
II Semester

Compulsory Courses

Course name ECTS Lecture Classes Seminar Laboratory
Art of negotiation 4   30  
Communication in politics 5 10 28  
Decision making policy 3   22  
Democratisation of Central and East European countries 3   22  
Government and politics in Poland 5 10 28  
Master seminar 1 3     30
Polish language 2 / Translation course 3   30  
Public administration in Central and East European countries 4 15 15  
III Semester

Compulsory Courses

Course name ECTS Lecture Classes Seminar Laboratory
Master seminar 2 6     30
Elective Courses

Course name ECTS Lecture Classes Seminar Laboratory
Foreign policies of Central and East European countries 2   15  
Local government in Central and East European countries 5 10 28  
Political parties and interest groups in East and Central European countries 5 10 28  
+ courses from other specializations (12 ECTS)
OR

SEMESTER OF MOBILITY (24 ECTS)

List of Partner Universities

IV Semester

Compulsory Courses

Course name ECTS Lecture Classes Seminar Laboratory
Civic organisations in Poland 2 22    
Democracy in Central and Eastern Europe 4   30  
Economy and financial system in Poland 3   22  
Ethnic minorities in Central and Eastern Europe 3   22  
European law 2 15    
Master seminar 3 7     30
Physical education 1      
Social movements 2 15    
Elective Courses

- courses from other specializations (6 ECTS)



Specialization - Public Policy

I Semester

Compulsory Courses

Course name ECTS Lecture Classes Seminar Laboratory
Academic writing 2   15  
Ethics in politics 3   22  
History of political institutions 3   22  
Methodology of political research 2   15  
Philosophy of politics 4 15 15  
Polish language 1 0   30  
Political psychology 3   15  
Qualitative and quantitative research methods 4 15 15  
Sociology of politics 4 15 15  
Theory of politics 5 10 28  
II Semester

Compulsory Courses

Course name ECTS Lecture Classes Seminar Laboratory
Art of negotiation 4   30  
Communication in politics 5 10 28  
Decentralization of Public Policy 4 15 15  
Decision making policy 3   22  
Master seminar 1 3     30
Policy processes 3   22  
Polish language 2 / Translation course 3   30  
Public administration 5 10 28  
III Semester

Compulsory Courses

Course name ECTS Lecture Classes Seminar Laboratory
Master seminar 2 6     30
Elective Courses

Course name ECTS Lecture Classes Seminar Laboratory
Economic and social policy 5 10 28  
Local policy 4   30  
Public management 3 22    
+ courses from other specializations (12 ECTS)
OR

SEMESTER OF MOBILITY (24 ECTS)

List of Partner Universities

IV Semester

Compulsory Courses

Course name ECTS Lecture Classes Seminar Laboratory
Communication in organizations 3   22  
European law 2 15    
Evaluation of Public Policies 3   22  
Information policy 3   22  
Local marketing 3   22  
Master seminar 3 7     30
Physical education 1      
Social movements 2 15    
Elective Courses

- courses from other specializations (6 ECTS)



Specialization - Political Communication

I Semester

Compulsory Courses

Course name ECTS Lecture Classes Seminar Laboratory
Academic writing 2   15  
Ethics in politics 3   22  
History of political institutions 3   22  
Methodology of political research 2   15  
Philosophy of politics 4 15 15  
Polish language 1 0   30  
Political psychology 3   15  
Qualitative and quantitative research methods 4 15 15  
Sociology of politics 4 15 15  
Theory of politics 5 10 28  
II Semester

Compulsory Courses

Course name ECTS Lecture Classes Seminar Laboratory
Art of negotiation 4   30  
Communication in politics 5 10 28  
Comparative Media Systems 5 10 28  
Decision making policy 3   22  
Digital media and online politics 4 15 15  
Lobbying 3   22  
Master seminar 1 3     30
Polish language 2 / Translation course 3   30  
III Semester

Compulsory Courses

Course name ECTS Lecture Classes Seminar Laboratory
Master seminar 2 6     30
Elective Courses

Course name ECTS Lecture Classes Seminar Laboratory
Mass media and politics in the post communist countries 5 10 28  
Political advertising 3   22  
Public relations 4 15 15  
+ courses from other specializations (12 ECTS)
OR

SEMESTER OF MOBILITY (24 ECTS)

List of Partner Universities

IV Semester

Compulsory Courses

Course name ECTS Lecture Classes Seminar Laboratory
Campaigns and elections 4   30  
Communication management and strategies 4   30  
European law 2 15    
Master seminar 3 7     30
Media coverage of politics 4   30  
Physical education 1      
Social movements 2 15    
Elective Courses

- courses from other specializations (6 ECTS)

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Avrupa Çalışmaları
3.000 | 2 Yıl

Program is offered by the Chair of European Studies at the University of Wroclaw. The curriculum focuses on the EU institutions and policies but also on the specific knowledge related to European Civilisation and Cultural Identities in Europe. In seminars and workshops students will analyze problems related to EU external relations, area of freedom, security and justice, EU governance and social policy in the EU. Particular emphasis will be put on various aspects of EU regional policy and skills associated with management of EU funds and projects.

The MA program is postgraduate one, that requires from candidate to hold BA or MA degree in any area. The programme is taught entirely in English by experts in their fields. The course lasts two years, structured in four semesters, the first of which runs from the end of September to mid-February, the second from the beginning of March to the end of June. In order to receive the Master's degree, the graduates will be required to complete 120 ECTS points in up to four semesters and write a Master's thesis.

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Gazetecilik ve Sosyal İletişim
3.000 | 2 Yıl

The curriculum we offer is designed to help students develop competences necessary in both these professions. It comprises classes (mainly workshops) that will allow graduates to achieve competencies and skills in the area of broadly defined professional public communication, which will enable them to start a career as:

journalists in all kinds and all ranges of media (print media, radio, television, the Internet; local and sublocal media, countrywide and global media; general as well as trade and expert media);

specialists in the area of broadly defined image communication: Public Relations, branding, advertising communication, Corporate Identity, etc.;

editors/editorial assistants (gatekeepers) in the above mentioned types of media;

journalists specializing in a given category of topic-specific journalism (investigative, sports, economic, etc.);

radio and TV presenters and producers (work with a camera and microphone);

spokespeople and counselors/coaches in the field of communication;

coaches and counselors in the field of intercultural communication (in organizations, public institutions, NGOs, etc);

counselors in the field of creating public people's image;

employees of advertising and PR agencies.

Our graduates will also be prepared to operate in the market independently by organizing a media institution or founding an advertising or PR agency.



Schedule (click to download)

Compulsory Courses

1st semester

Course name ECTS Lecture Classes Seminar Laboratory
Foreign Language Journalism 2   30  
Philosophy of Communication 3   30  
Press Workshop 3   30  
War and Foreign Despatch 2   30  
2nd semester

Course name ECTS Lecture Classes Seminar Laboratory
Media and public sphere 3 30    
3rd semester

Course name ECTS Lecture Classes Seminar Laboratory
Audiovisual Forms of Communication 2 15 15  
TV Workshop 2   30  
4th semester

Course name ECTS Lecture Classes Seminar Laboratory
CMC - Alternative Journalism 2   30  
Culture-Publicistic Journalism 2   30  
Optional Courses

1st semester

Course name ECTS Lecture Classes Seminar Laboratory
Intercultural Workshop 2   30  
2nd semester

Course name ECTS Lecture Classes Seminar Laboratory
Advertising Workshop 2     30
Corporate Design 2     30
Corporate Identity 2      
Creative writing 2   30  
Organizational Culture 2   30  
Radio Workshop 2       30
3rd semester

Course name ECTS Lecture Classes Seminar Laboratory
Branding 2     30
Investigative Journalism 2   30  
TV Production Workshop 2   30  
4th semester

Course name ECTS Lecture Classes Seminar Laboratory
Camera Workshop 2     1
Magazine journalism 2   30  
Radio Programme 2       30
Sports Journalism 2   30  
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Gazetecilik ve Sosyal İletişim
3.000 | 2 Yıl

The curriculum we offer is designed to help students develop competences necessary in both these professions. It comprises classes (mainly workshops) that will allow graduates to achieve competencies and skills in the area of broadly defined professional public communication, which will enable them to start a career as:

journalists in all kinds and all ranges of media (print media, radio, television, the Internet; local and sublocal media, countrywide and global media; general as well as trade and expert media);

specialists in the area of broadly defined image communication: Public Relations, branding, advertising communication, Corporate Identity, etc.;

editors/editorial assistants (gatekeepers) in the above mentioned types of media;

journalists specializing in a given category of topic-specific journalism (investigative, sports, economic, etc.);

radio and TV presenters and producers (work with a camera and microphone);

spokespeople and counselors/coaches in the field of communication;

coaches and counselors in the field of intercultural communication (in organizations, public institutions, NGOs, etc);

counselors in the field of creating public people's image;

employees of advertising and PR agencies.

Our graduates will also be prepared to operate in the market independently by organizing a media institution or founding an advertising or PR agency.



Schedule (click to download)

Compulsory Courses

1st semester

Course name ECTS Lecture Classes Seminar Laboratory
Foreign Language Journalism 2   30  
Philosophy of Communication 3   30  
Press Workshop 3   30  
War and Foreign Despatch 2   30  
2nd semester

Course name ECTS Lecture Classes Seminar Laboratory
Media and public sphere 3 30    
3rd semester

Course name ECTS Lecture Classes Seminar Laboratory
Audiovisual Forms of Communication 2 15 15  
TV Workshop 2   30  
4th semester

Course name ECTS Lecture Classes Seminar Laboratory
CMC - Alternative Journalism 2   30  
Culture-Publicistic Journalism 2   30  
Optional Courses

1st semester

Course name ECTS Lecture Classes Seminar Laboratory
Intercultural Workshop 2   30  
2nd semester

Course name ECTS Lecture Classes Seminar Laboratory
Advertising Workshop 2     30
Corporate Design 2     30
Corporate Identity 2      
Creative writing 2   30  
Organizational Culture 2   30  
Radio Workshop 2       30
3rd semester

Course name ECTS Lecture Classes Seminar Laboratory
Branding 2     30
Investigative Journalism 2   30  
TV Production Workshop 2   30  
4th semester

Course name ECTS Lecture Classes Seminar Laboratory
Camera Workshop 2     1
Magazine journalism 2   30  
Radio Programme 2       30
Sports Journalism 2   30  
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Turizm
3.000 | 2 Yıl

Tourism is a proposal for the English speaking students not only from European Union but whole the world. Our offer embraces two important aspects in tourism - spatial and economic one. The first group of the lectures refers to the tourist space in the regional approach presenting the most important tourist values and attractions of the chosen continents, countries and regions, stressing the areas which refer to the scientific tasks of the University. Second group of the lectures invokes the economic aspect of the tourism. Some of the topics offered by our Institute directly or indirectly present the trends in the contemporary tourism pointing the directions of its development and preparing to the responsible acting in this dynamic market. Due to the specific group of students from all over the world the way of studying, in some of the lectures and exercises, focuses more on their own work, literature research and presentations of the solutions to the different problems common on the tourist market. Our program offers also a practical approach realized during the field trip where each student gets the practical knowledge about one of the most important tourist destination in Europe and learn the difficult task of the tour-operator and a tourist guide. This prepares the students to work in the changing conditions so characteristic for the tourist market and to define and solve scientific problems, a skill welcomed while preparing master thesis. It is worth stressing the studying at Tourism is a unique experience and a chance to meet representatives of different regions, cultures and a perfect place to exchange the opinions about the world of tourism.

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İngiliz Filolojisi
3.000 | 2 Yıl

M.A. Program

This program is designed for students with a B.A. degree in English or in Humanities. It offers seminars in literary studies, theoretical linguistics, and applied linguistics. Literary studies focus on British and American literature, cultural studies, and literary theory. Courses in theoretical linguistics cover a variety of approaches to language, ranging from generative and cognitive linguistics to pragmatics and anthropological linguistics. Applied linguistics courses deal with theories and methods of teaching English as a foreign language and with translation studies. The M.A. seminars are accompanied by supplementary courses designed to further students' interests in the chosen field of research and by an advanced academic writing course.
 

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Fizik Teorisi
3.000 | 2 Yıl

Master's Degree in Theoretical Physics

About the course

The two year master studies in theoretical physics provide a high-level, internationally competitive training in theoretical physics, guiding to frontiers of modern research in the following main areas:

1.   Quantum field theory and QCD, quark gluon plasma

2.   Classical and quantum gravity

3.   Conformal field theory and bosonic string

4.   Neutrino physics

5.   Deformed Field Theory, kappa-Poincare formalism, double special relativity

6.   Supersymmetric quantum mechanics, integrable models

7.   Modern quantum mechanics, entanglement, nonlinear dynamics

8.   Many body physics and statistical mechanics

9.   Compact stars

Comprehensive and up to date introduction to modern theoretical physics is provided in connection to the current research conducted at the Institute of Theoretical Physics. Students can join one of the active groups and take part in special projects.

The studies offer considerable flexibility and choice; you will be able to choose a path reflecting your intellectual tastes or career choices. You may prefer a broad theoretical education across subject areas or if you have already decided about your profile, you may follow a more selective path.

Currently at the Institute we have international students from the Belarus, Germany, Portugal, Ukraine, USA.



We will assess your performance by one or several of the following means:

written exams
course work marked on a pass/fail basis
take-home papers
mini-projects.
The modes of assessment for a given course are decided by the course lecturer and will be published at the beginning of each academic year.

The course starts if the minimum number of three students enrolled for the first year.

Graduate destinations

Research in mathematical and theoretical physics, industry.

Structure of the course

Students are expected to have the basic skills in physics, mathematics and programming obtained during the bachelor courses. The two-years' program students do not choose defined specializations at the beginning of the studies. After broad formation during compulsory: Course I and II and Core Courses (compulsory two lectures chosen from wider set) they have opportunity to follow their individual interests by choosing among wide range of the optional courses. During the second semester students are supposed to have chosen a master thesis advisor. At this stage, the role of the advisor is to help student to choose appropriate set of lectures.
 

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