New study programmes

Highly qualified teaching staff, state-of-the-art lecture halls and laboratories, unique programmes of study, are just some of the reasons why each year candidates from all around the world decide to study at the Jagiellonian University. To meet expectations of ever-changing labour market, the Jagiellonian University every year expands its study offer.

This year the Jagiellonian University study offer will include the following new programmes

undergraduate (first-cycle)

– programmes conducted in Polish:

– programmes conducted in English:

  • Global and Development Studies (Faculty of International and Political Studies), full-time programme

    BA in Global and Development Studies is an interdisciplinary programme, which aims to equip students with fundamental understanding of processes of globalisation in various spheres of human activity: law, politics, economy, history, the social relations, culture and communication. Students gain core knowledge of the very phenomena of globalisation and international development as well as specialise in their various aspects and influence they have on the contemporary world. The programme is structured in such a away that allows students to focus either on a selected part of the world, or specific global problems and challenges.

graduate (second-cycle)

– programmes conducted in Polish:

– programmes conducted in English:

  • International Security and Development (Faculty of International and Political Studies), full-time programme

    Studies are completely free for both Polish and non-Polish students. There is also opportunity to offer for foreign students financial support 1500 PLN/month.

    International Security and Development (ISAD) is an international MA programme of studies addressed to Polish and foreign students, mainly from Europe, North America and Asia, and all people who are interested in security and development issues. The programme provides theoretical, specialized knowledge in international security and development cooperation. It aims to foster creative thinking about complex problems of global security and development, as well as to equip students with the analytical tools, language expertise, and cross-cultural understanding. It also helps to gain the professional skills needed for managing global security and development in an international environment.

Up-to-date JU study offer, programme description, detailed  information about qualification rules, places available and admission schedule may be found upon browsing 2018/2019 study catalogue at the OAS website.