Graduate degree programme in Contemporary European Politics is aimed at preparing qualified political science professionals having knowledge of the main European political conceptions as well as professional skills not only creatively and critically apply theoretical and empirical knowledge in the analysis of political processes of contemporary Europe and separate European countries, but also able analytically assess the aims and objectives of the enlargement of the European Union; its impact on sociopolitical events and processes in European continent.
Upon completion of the graduate programme, graduates are awarded a Master‘s degree in Political Sciences.
International Student Requirements:
A Bachelor degree in political sciences. The bachelors of the other social sciences or humanities may apply as well. The bachelors having diploma in the other social sciences than political sciences are expected to have at least 10 ECTS credits of the other social sciences study courses, 4 ECTS credits of Humanities study courses, and 15 ECTS credits of political sciences study courses.