The Faculty of History together with the Faculty of Polish Language of the Jagiellonian University, announce a new MA interdisciplinary programme in Polish Studies.
The programme is addressed to all graduates of BA studies in humanities and social sciences interested in Polish history, Polish literature, Polish culture, as well as the history and culture of Jews in Poland.
This four semester programme, launched at the oldest Polish university (founded 1364) is taught in one of the most beautiful and mystical cities in the world, Krakow. The city of the former pope, John Paul II, of Nobel price winners in literature; city of high culture, poetry, theatre and numerous cultural activties.
Signing up for the programme you will have an opportunity to study Polish history, Polish literture and theatre, as well as Jewish history and culture in Poland, obtaining an exceptional education and degree. The programme is flexible, allowing individual construction of programme and providing individual guidance and tutorials when working on your reasearch.
For details please contact prof. Jakub Basista at the Institute of History or visit our web page at www.cash.polonistyka.uj.edu.pl
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