Programs taught in English
Computer Science: Internet and Mobile Technologies
Holding a master’s degree, a graduate can independently solve IT problems and practically apply informatics in selected technological and social fields. His knowledge embraces general social issues facilitating interpersonal communication. A graduate can be employed as a leader of a programming team, software designer and creator, IT systems administrator, computer networks designer, or data protection and information security specialist. He is prepared to work in various institutions using advanced IT solutions, in particular those creating software, in IT counseling agencies, in the sector of modern technologies, finance and higher education institutions. Moreover, a graduate can undertake a third cycle study (PhD).
International Economic Relations
The study provides graduates with advanced knowledge in international economics and complementary disciplines as well as develops useful skills necessary to carry out a professional activity in the institutions and enterprises related to international trade, international organizations and institutions, state administration units connected with foreign cooperation, research and expert centres dealing with international relations, diplomacy and mass media.
A graduate is provided with extended (as compared to the first cycle programme) interdisciplinary knowledge related to international economic, social, political and legal issues. He knows theory, history and contemporary international relations. He can carry out analyses and evaluations, reach conclusions and conduct scientific research. A graduate is prepared to work in international organizations and institutions, state administration, diplomacy, institutions and enterprises related to international trade, agencies dealing with cooperation in the field of culture and education, science and research centers dealing with international relations as well as mass media. Moreover, a graduate can undertake a third cycle study.
Philology: English Philology
Apart from advanced language skills (level C2 according to the European Council Common European Framework of Reference for Languages with regard to one foreign language), a graduate is provided with comprehensive and extensive knowledge in the field of selected specialization: linguistics, literature studies, culture studies, or applied linguistics. He can integrate knowledge from various humanistic disciplines and apply it to untypical professional situations; he can independently solve professional problems and draft relevant opinions based on incomplete or limited information in accordance with the principles of ethics, law and economics. A graduate can professionally communicate with experts and non-experts as well as organize teamwork. He has an open attitude to other languages and cultures. Depending on the selected specialization, a graduate is prepared to work in the institutions of culture, state administration, education, in publishing houses, journal editor’s offices, mass media, culture and research institutions as well as in the services sector requiring advanced knowledge of languages and cultures. What is more, a graduate can work as a foreign language teacher provided he has completed teaching specialization (pursuant to educational standards of the UwB Centre of Lifelong Learning). A graduate is prepared to undertake research challenges and third cycle study (PhD).