The University of Wroclaw is a Polish public research university in the city of Wroclaw, Poland. With over 100,000 graduates since 1945, it is the largest institution of higher education in the Lower Silesian Voivodeship. It was ranked 44th in the QS University Rankings: EECA 2016 and is located on the same grounds as the previous University of Breslau, which generated 9 Nobel Prize winners.
The Chair of European Studies (Faculty of Social Sciences) at the University of Wroclaw offers the program for a tuition fee of 3,150 EUR annually. The program covers the EU institutions, law, economics, and policy, while also offering special training in European geopolitics, management, and information systems. Students will have the opportunity to examine issues such as EU foreign relations, the areas of liberty, peace, justice and EU governance in seminars, workshops, and group discussion. The program lasts two years (24 months) and is divided into four semesters. Prospective students are required to have a bachelor’s or master’s degree in any field, as well as complete fluency in English.
Graduates of the European Studies program will become experts which are prepared to serve both as professional staff members in local and national government institutions, as well as in domestic and international cultural and social agencies, such as the EU and other international bodies.