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Specialty international relations – for whom?

Are you interested in politics? Do you know a lot about international affairs? Would you like to know the rules and provisions of the diplomatic protocol? Are you interested in learning a foreign language? If on most of these questions your answer is “yes” – certainly, you should consider the possibility of studying an international relations. This area is a great opportunity to deepen knowledge about international relations, globalization of politics, diplomacy. Studies are interesting, and their program is very diverse. The ideal applicant for international relations is a person who knows how to communicate with others, negotiate, discuss and persuade – so interpersonal and diplomatic skills, ease of establishing contacts, freedom of communication with others are important. This is a direction for interesting and ambitious people, giving opportunities, but also setting challenging tasks.

What subjects are studied while studying at the Faculty of International Relations?

International relations is a combination of economic, law, political and social sciences. During the studies, the classes are focused on such topics as international political, economic and cultural relations, as well as international public law, modern political systems, international organizations and foreign policy mechanisms. Studies allow students to acquire the ability to understand the international relations that are formed between countries and international organizations in a globalized world. At the Faculty of International Relations in the block of common subjects you will find:

  • Law
  • Economics
  • Statistics
  • The science of the state
  • Demographics
  • International economic relations
  • Management in international business
  • Political and economic geography
  • Economic policy
  • International cultural relations
  • International political relations
  • European integration
  • International security
  • International financial markets, etc.

In addition to the above subjects, there are also many areas that play an important role in this field of science, so the curriculum is usually rich in diverse and interesting topics. Education in international economic relations is characterized by the fact that science is often held not only in lecture halls, but through numerous study tours, meetings and this showing students everything in practice, and not only in theory. Activities organized by the faculties that conduct education in the field of international relations are also interesting. Many guests are invited from the world of media, politics, diplomacy or business, whose lectures are only for students. Then you have the opportunity to ask questions and participate in the debate with the guest of the faculty.

Best universities for International Relations in Poland

Applicants who are interested in obtaining higher education in Poland on the specialty of international relations have a large selection of educational institutions. A lot of Polish universities offer this direction, we represent the best of them:

    1. University of Wroclaw. The Department of International Relations has been teaching students in the bachelor’s and master’s degrees for more than 20 years. The university offers studying in this field in the Polish language – 2500 euro per year and in English – 3000 euro per year. The choice of students is about 10 specializations: economics and international business, european studies, communication management in international relations, diplomacy and the media, german studies, oriental studies and others.
    2. Lazarski University in Warsaw. The specialty of international relations was highly appreciated by the Polish Accreditation Committee, which confirms the high value of the curriculum. In addition, the Lazarski University is in the TOP-3 of the most prestigious private universities in Poland. The cost of studying in Polish language program is just below 2000 euros per year, in English – 3000. An interesting proposal in the field of international relations is studying the double degree program with the British Coventry University.
    3. Collegium Civitas in Warsaw. The university offers a wide range of interesting and prestigious specializations for the students at the Department of International Relations: Cyber Security, Asiatics, Security and the Fight against Terrorism, Business and International Marketing, Diplomacy and International Communication, and others. Programs are offered in Polish and English languages, as well as in a mixed Polish-English program, with a price of 1500 euros per year.
    4. Academy of Finance and Business Vistula in Warsaw. The Polish Committee on Accreditation highly appreciated the specialty of international relations at the Vistula Academy. Among the teachers at the faculty of international are many well-known politicians, diplomats and analysts. The university offers a diploma of a prestigious university and a quality education, in the ratio of practice and theory at a fees of 1450 euros per year on the Polish-language program, 2500 – in English.
Career of a graduate of international relations

Quality education in the field of international relations is an excellent start to a career. Unfortunately, this should not be the only strong asset in the graduate’s resume. It is unquestionably necessary to know at least two foreign languages ​​at a level that allows you to work with foreign partners. Highly appreciated are internships and practices, which will be an excellent proof of the organizational skills and determination of the candidate for work. The career opportunities of graduates of international relations are very wide. You can work as:

      • political adviser,
      • the organizer of open meetings,
      • a specialist in contacts with foreign institutions, organizations,
      • a diplomat,
      • a journalist writing about the current events in the world in the media – press, radio and television.

The graduate is ready to work in:

      • international and national organizations and institutions that cooperate with foreign markets,
      • enterprises that work in international markets,
      • institutions and enterprises associated with international trade
      • international organizations and institutions,
      • government units associated with external and economic policies,
      • research and expert centers dealing with international relations

Thanks to interdisciplinary education, the graduate is also ready to work in institutions that have no direct relationship to the sphere of international relations. If you have consciously studied and honestly prepared for future professional problems, you can be calm in good work both on the domestic and international market.