IMESS COURSE REQUIREMENTS 2017-2018

Language: Polish (0 or 12 ECTS)

Beginner Polish or Intermediate Polish

Other languages possible if approved by the programme coordinators

Note: If no language taken in year 1, compulsory in year 2.

Compulsory Dissertation (30 ECTS)

Research/thesis seminar (0)

Written thesis and defence (30)

Compulsory Course (0 or 9 ECTS)

European Civilisation

Electives (18 ECTS, 30 if no language taken)

» Economics and Business Track

Economy of Central Europe: from Transition to EU Membership (4.5)

International Financial Markets and Finances in the EU (9)
Other approved faculty courses

 

 

» Nation, History and Society Track

European Civilisation (9)
Myths and Symbols of European Integration -- Western and Eastern European Perspectives (4.5)
Political and Social History of 20th Century CEE (9)
To be (or not to be) Central European: Literature and Society (4.5)
Introduction to European Jewish Religion, Culture, and Society (4.5)
Europeanisation and Transformation of Collective Identity (9)
The Jewish Heritage of Polish Galicia (4.5)
Citizenship, Migration, Multiculturalism in Europe (9)
Religion, Diversity and Toleration in Central and Eastern Europe (4.5)
Russian Thought in Europe (4.5)
Antisemitism after Auschwitz (4.5)

» Politics & Security Track

EU Administration, Justice and Home Affairs (9)
EU Foreign and Security Policy (9)
EU Institutions and the Decision-Making Process (9)
Foreign and International Relations in CEE facing CFSP/ESDP (9)
European Integration Theory and Practice (4.5)
Political and Social History of 20th Century CEE (4.5)
Meaning and Value of Democracy from a Philosophical Perspective (4.5)
Europe as a Normative Power in the late Westphalian World (4.5)
International Development: From Bretton Woods to Lisbon Treaty (4.5)
Politics and Government in Post-Communist Russia (4.5)

» Politics and the International Economy Track

At least one module from Section A and at least one from Section B

Section A: Politics

EU Administration, Justice and Home Affairs (9)
EU Foreign and Security Policy (9)
Foreign and International Relations in CEE facing CFSP/ESDP (9)
EU Institutions and the Decision-Making Process (9)
European Integration Theory and Practice (4.5)
Europe as a Normative Power in the late Westphalian World (4.5)

Section B: Economics

Economy of Central Europe: from Transition to EU Membership (4.5)
International Financial Markets and Finances in the EU (9)