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Elective modules

  1. According to the programme curriculum (available at http://www.en.ism.uw.edu.pl/undergraduate-programme/academic-programme-ungraduade/) you will need to pass 4 general elective (also called OGUN) courses during your studies (within the 3 years).  It will be an opportunity to register for courses offered by different faculties of the entire university. Registration for general elective courses should be made via: http://rejestracja.usos.uw.edu.pl/ (a manual for the registrations is available at: http://usosownia.uw.edu.pl/sites/default/files/podreczniki/eng-token-registration.pdf). All of the general elective courses are listed at http://rejestracja.usos.uw.edu.pl/catalogue.php?rg=0000-2016-OG-UN. Registration will be open from 2016-12-12 at 21:00. Be sure to check the language of the instruction (majority of the courses are taught in Polish and all of the courses taught in foreign languages are put into a separate group).
  2. There is also a list of courses covering Polish culture, prepared for foreigners: http://rejestracja.usos.uw.edu.pl/catalogue.php?rg=3004-2016Z-WYK-POL. Please, check the language of instruction beforehand (some of the courses are taught in Polish). Registration for these courses will be open 2017-02-13 at 21:00.
  3. Courses prepared for incoming ERASMUS+ programme students can be also chosen as a general elective for your programme. A schedule of these courses for the spring term 2016/2017 is provided in the table below. A schedule of those courses together with a short description is provided at http://www.en.ism.uw.edu.pl/international-exchange-programme/erasmus-incoming-students/. Registration for those courses will start in December.
     MondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFriday
    9:45-11:15Asymmetric Treats
    Marek Madej, PhD
    room 335 (Nowy Świat 69)
    11.30-13.00International Relations in Latin America
    Agnieszka Oberda-Monkiewicz, PhD
    room 1 (Krakowskie Przedmiescie 3)
    Non-governmental Organizations
    Dorota Heidrich, PhD
    room 210 (Nowy Świat 69)
    US National Security Policy
    Aleksandra Jarczewska, PhD
    room Czarnowskiego (Krakowskie Przedmieście 3)
    Poland's Foreign Policy
    Agnieszka Bieńczyk-Missala
    room 210 (Nowy Świat 69)
    13:15-14:45
    15:00-16:30Developing Countries in International Relations
    Prof. Jakub Zajączkowski
    room 335 (Nowy Świat 69)
    16:45-18:15Introduction to International Relations
    Jerzy Ciechański, PhD
    room 335 (Nowy Świat 69)
    International Security and Armed Conflicts
    Kamila Pronińska, PhD
    room 4/5 (Nowy Świat 67)
  4. There will be also courses offered exclusively for the Undergraduate Programme in International Relations (UPIR) per the schedule below (courses marked with UPIR). The registration will start in December.
     MondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFriday
    8:00-9:30
    9:45-11:15Introduction to Academic Writing (UPIR)
    Timothy Breavers
    room 407 (Żurawia 4)
    11:30-13:00Communication Skills in Politics (UPIR GPIR)
    Timothy Breavers
    room 2 (Krakowskie Przedmieście 3)
    Introduction to Academic Writing (UPIR)
    Timothy Breavers
    room 407 (Żurawia 4)
    13:15-14:45Introduction to Academic Writing (UPIR)
    Timothy Breavers
    room 407 (Żurawia 4)
  5. For the spring term 2016/2017:
    • There will be additional 7 Erasmus courses (20h, 7 ECTS each, exact list subject to change):
      • International Security and Armed Conflicts
      • Introduction to International Relations
      • Poland’s Foreign Policy
      • U.S. National Security Policy
      • Asymmetric Threats
      • Developing Countries in International Relations
    • There will be continued courses taught by Mr. Beavers:
      • Academic Writing (UPIR)
      • Communication Skills in Media & Politics (GPIR & UPIR)

 


 

 

 

THE FULL-TIME STUDENTS OF THE INSTITUTE OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS DEGREE PROGRAMMES CAN CHOOSE THEIR ELECTIVE MODULES FROM THE LIST OF BOTH GENERAL ELECTIVES AND ERASMUS LECTURES.

If you were interested in offer of other UW Faculties, please contact our International Office (international.office.ism@uw.edu.pl; room 400, Żurawia 4). Please make sure you take the sufficient amount of elective modules in accordance with your programme.

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