Master of Administration in International Organisations

General

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Programme Description

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If you want more information on this attractive study program, the renowned University of Wrocław, the vibrant city of Wrocław and the exciting student life, download the mobile app.

In the case of a continued lockdown, the regular study program will be implemented via e-learning means. It is not necessary to suspend or defer your studies.

Applicants must have a bachelor's degree in the area related to the proposed field of study. The program is composed of obligatory and optional subjects and a specialist course. In the first semester, students are assigned to a specialty/seminar according to their preferences stated during enrolment (provided that they meet the entry requirements for the selected specialty/seminar). In the first semester, students must attend all classes and one specialty seminar. In subsequent semesters students can choose from optional classes and electives. Students may choose from the offer of elective subjects. The program lasts 2 years (4 semesters). To obtain a master's degree, students must write and defend a master thesis.

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Please note that the above course listing doesn't include:

*mandatory three-week internship that the students are expected to complete by the end of August in their final year of the program,

**Polish language for foreigners: two consecutive semesters in the year one - thirty hours per semester.

Entry Requirements

To gain entry to UWr courses you need to meet our academic entry requirements, English language requirements and legalize your degree.

Here you can find and download the pdf file with general entry requirements.

Application deadlines:

For winter semester (October 2019) the admission last to:

  • 31 August 2019 for candidates from Non-EU countries
  • 10 September 2019 for candidates from EU countries
Last updated Apr. 2020

About the School

The Faculty of Law, Administration and Economics is one of the largest in Poland. Its tradition dates back to the Prussian law school established in 1811. Over 12,000 students are taught at this Facul ... Read More

The Faculty of Law, Administration and Economics is one of the largest in Poland. Its tradition dates back to the Prussian law school established in 1811. Over 12,000 students are taught at this Faculty by 200 scholars and 170 students are enrolled in PhD programs. The Faculty offers international exchange programs and is proud to host international students from Europe, Russia, Kazakhstan, and African countries. Students can become members of clubs and societies and participate in national and international conferences and symposia. Read Less