Students who spend the second semester at the Jagiellonian University are required to participate in the MA and methodology seminars plus a number of courses offered by our institute and complementary to the academic profile of the programme for a total of 25 ECTS plus 5 ECTS for the Intensive Programme.

Seminars and courses (2016-18):

Title Lecturer Mandatory/
Elective
Hours ECTS
Research Seminar Euroculture: Society, Politics & Culture in a Global Context:
Younger Europe? Eastern Frontiers of Europe
Prof. Zdzisław Mach / Dr Natasza Styczynska M 30 5
Research Seminar Euroculture: Society, Politics & Culture in a Global Context:
Latin America & Europe: Past & Present of a Special Relationship
Dr Karol Derwich (coordinator) M 30 5
Methodology Seminar Dr Karolina Czerska-Shaw / Dr Luc Ampleman / Dr Ewa Krzaklewska M 60 10
Eurocompetences II:
Project Management & Intercultural Communication
Juan M Sarabia Gtz. / Dr Luc Ampleman M 30 5
European Models of Cultural Policies Dr Bożena Gierat-Bieroń E 30 4.5
Europeanisation and Transformation of Collective Identities Prof. Zdzisław Mach / Dr Karolina Czerska-Shaw E  30 4,5
Foreign and International Relations in CEE Facing CFSP/ESDP Dr Magdalena Góra / Dr Natasza Styczyńska E  30 4,5
Anti-Discrimination in Politics and Education: Challenges and Strategies Dr hab. Jolanta Ambrosewicz-Jacobs / Dr Karolina Czerska-Shaw E  30 4,5
Polish for Foreigners Marta Drwiła E 60
Intensive Programme M 7 Days 5

For information on the 2nd Semester at a host university please visit our Main Consortium website or the individual websites of the programme at each partner university.

Research & Methodology Seminars

An important element of the second semester are the master seminars, which focus on a selected number of cultural issues, which aim to lead towards a better understanding of the establishment and development of cultural identities, cultural transformation processes perceived from within and outside of Europe as well as the impact of political and social processes on European culture(s) and cultures in Europe and vice versa.In the second semester the student begins the preparation of his or her MA thesis. The thesis is completed in the third and fourth semesters. This offers the possibility of making use of expertise and sources at two different universities. The subject should be related to one or more of the units of the first or the second semester of the Euroculture programme. The MA-thesis can also be a developed version of the seminar paper that is prepared for the Intensive Programme.