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New higher-education opportunities under the “Eastern European University” project

The project included the development of new majors, which were designed with the students from the Eastern-Partnership countries in mind. The offered majors meet the needs of the labour market and the educational needs of the EP youth, thanks to which the graduates will be well equipped to enter the labour markets of the European Union and their home countries.

The new courses include:

– a postgraduate course “The citizen and the enterprise in the internal market of the European Union” at Maria Curie-Skłodowska University in Lublin (conducted in Polish) Download PDF

– a postgraduate course on the development of Central and Eastern Europe at the John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin (conducted in English) Download PDF

– a specialisation course “Sustainable Building” at the Lublin University of Technology (conducted in English) Download PDF

We encourage you to familiarise yourself with our educational package, extending our special invitation to candidates from the Eastern-Partnership countries (Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova, Ukraine).

Postgraduate course “The citizen and the enterprise in the internal market of the European Union”

Maria Curie-Skłodowska University in Lublin

The course will be conducted at the Faculty of Political Science of Maria Curie-Skłodowska University; it is addressed to foreigners coming from the European Union Eastern-Partnership countries, as well as to native students interested in the functioning of the EU internal market. The course is designed to enable the students to gain knowledge on the legal and practical aspects of the functioning of the EU internal market and give them skills to use that knowledge in practice. The content of the course was developed to fit the needs of the actual and prospective entrepreneurs running businesses in the European Union or in EU Associated States, and people working for the institutions supporting the EU internal market.

The subjects (220 hours in total) cover all the issues related to the functioning of the EU internal market. The issues connected with the participation of the citizen-consumers and enterprises in the EU internal market are accentuated.

Graduates will be equipped with specialist knowledge on the functioning of the EU internal market, and also possess practical skills and competence in applying the law and internal-market instruments necessary for the conscious fulfilment of the role of a consumer, worker and entrepreneur.

The total fee for the course is PLN 3,400

 

Post-Graduate studies in the field of CEE Development

The John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin

The aim of this course of study is to deepen technical knowledge and increase practical skills in the area of cooperation and development in the Central and Eastern European region, with a particular emphasis on the Eastern Partnership countries (Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine).

The acquired knowledge will help the students to take an active role in the region’s cross-border cooperation and exploit EU funds for development projects. The studies will be practical in nature. Key practical classes will be conducted in the form of workshops: Fundraising for trans-national projects; Trans-border cooperation in East Central Europe; and Doing Business in the CEE.

The final assignment will include a team project completed at one of the partner organizations of post-graduate studies. Thanks to a close connection with the labour market, students will be given a chance to cooperate with their potential employers during their studies and establish links with organizations which are interested in graduates with the program’s necessary skills and knowledge.

An important part of the program will be guest lectures on current issues of cooperation and development in Central and Eastern Europe led by invited experts from governmental and nongovernmental organizations, diplomats, businessmen or the academic world.

The study program includes the following courses: A General Introduction to International Development; CEE – Contemporary History; EU Law Fundamentals; Introduction to External Policy of the EU; EU Neighbourhood Policy and Enlargement; Association Agreements with Eastern Partnership Countries; EU Regional Development; Fundamentals of International Relations; Migration and Fundamental Rights; Rule of Law and Civic Society in Transitional Societies; Security aspects in the CEE Region; and Geopolitics in the post-Soviet region. As a part of the studies students will be able to take advantage of the individual help of a mentor (coach), who will motivate and orient students to undertake activities in their selected area of regional cooperation development.

The educational offer is addressed to graduates of BA or MA degree studies coming primarily from the Eastern Partnership countries (Ukraine, Belarus, Moldova, Georgia, Azerbaijan, Armenia), or to those interested in the implementation of development activities in this part of Europe. Candidates must hold a university degree (any field of studies) and have the knowledge of English at minimum B2 level.

 

Number of semesters – 2

Tuition fee per semester – 1800PLN (3600PLN for 2 semesters)

 

 

Specialisation “Sustainable Building”

Lublin University of Technology

Thanks to the European Eastern University project, Lublin University of Technology is launching a new second degree specialization at the Faculty of Environmental Engineering – Sustainable Building. This offer is addressed to the graduates of Environmental Engineering, Civil Engineering and Architecture who wish to study in English and plan their future career in specialized companies or design studios on the European market. This specialization lasts 3 semesters (starts in mid-February 2017), 30 ECTS each and complies with the European standards.

Sustainable Building specialisation is catered for the needs of the market and current trends of combining environmental protection with technical development. The main objective of sustainable civil engineering is to reduce the negative impact of buildings on the natural environment and human health; rational use of energy, water and other resources; decreasing the amount of pollution, waste and the level of natural environment degradation.

This specialization educates highly-qualified specialists, familiar with European Union Directives pertaining to natural environment and climate protection, as well as energy performance of buildings.

The graduates enter the European market and find jobs in the branch of civil engineering, both in designing and execution. Enrolling on the international studies in Poland is a unique chance to link cultural, social and educational experiences of students from all around the world.