Full Course List and Syllabi

» Autumn Semester

The following is a full list of undergraduate courses on offer at CES for study abroad students, with syllabi attached. 

 

Course name

Course Syllabus

Course Instructor

ECTS

Hours

 

Modern European State Formation

 

2018

Dr hab. Jakub Basista 

6

40

 

Contemporary Cultures and Literatures of Central and Eastern Europe 

 

 2018

Prof. dr hab. Zdzislaw Mach/Dr Agnieszka Sadecka

6

40

 

EU Common Policies and Policy Making

2018

dr Magda Góra

6

40

 

Jewish Religion, Culture and Society in CEE before 1939

 

2018

Prof. dr hab. Michal Galas

6

40

Introduction to Public International Law

 

2018

Dr Marcin Marcinko/Przemek Tacik

6

40

 

Absolute Beginners Polish

2018

Mgr Marta Drwila

8

60

 

 

» Spring semester

 

 

Course name

Course Syllabus

Course Instructor

ECTS

Hours

Introducing the EU 

 

2017

Prof dr hab. Marek Kucia, Prof. UJ  

6

40

 

Cultural Construction of European Identities

 

2017

Prof. dr hab. Z. Mach

6

40

Introduction to Economics

 

2017

Dr Joanna Orzechowska-Wacławska

6

40

 

Western European Politic and Transatlantic Relations

 

2017

 Dr Christopher Reeves

6

40

 

The Holocaust:  Foundations and Execution

2017

Prof Paul Vincent 

40

6

 

Introduction to International Relations 

2017

Dr Magdalena Góra

40

6

Absolute Beginners Polish

2017

Marta Drwiła

60

8

*Please note that list of courses and syllabi is current but are subject to change. 

» Language Courses

We currently offer several levels of Polish each semester (from beginners' to upper-intermediate) as well as beginners German (A1.1), false beginners French (A1.2) and lower intermediate Russian (A2.1).

Apart from Polish, all language classes in the spring semester are the continuation of those taught in the autumn semester. Language courses are intensive and students can expect to make significant progress. 

Study Abroad students are not required by CES to take any languages, although we recommend taking Polish, unless the student's level is already sufficiently high, as an important part of the experience of studying in another country. Students should check their home university's requirements, which may include taking Polish. Students may also take a different or extra language.