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Konferencja Ogólna Europejskiego Konsorcjum Badań Politycznych odbędzie się we Wrocławiu w dniach 4-7 września 2019 roku. Europejskie Konsorcjum Badań Politycznych (European Consortium for Political Research), powstałe w 1970 r., jest niezależnym towarzystwem naukowym. 350 instytucji członkowskich z około 50 krajów reprezentują wiodące uniwersytety, studentów oraz doświadczonych naukowców, zaangażowanych w prowadzenie badań i działalności dydaktycznej na całym świecie. Pierwsza Konferencja Ogólna ECPR odbyła się w Canterbury w Wielkiej Brytanii w 2001. Program konferencji jest podzielony na sekcje, w których skład wchodzi od 3 do 8 paneli. Sekcje są zorganizowane wokół wspólnego tematu i pytań badawczych. Konferencja przyciąga naukowców z całego świata, reprezentujących wszystkie subdyscypliny. 
Oprócz sekcji i paneli w czasie konferencji są organizowane również debaty, wykłady, a także program kulturalny.

Dziękujemy za wsparcie naszej kandydatury Pani dr hab. Annie Sroce z Uniwersytetu Warszawskiego, która jest członkiem zarządu ECPR.

TERMINY ZJAZDÓW DLA STUDENTÓW STUDIÓW NIESTACJONARNYCH NA WYDZIALE NAUK SPOŁECZNYCH UWr

SEMESTR ZIMOWY, ROK AKADEMICKI 2017/2018

1. 7-8.10.2017 r.
2. 21-22.10.2017 r.
3. 28-29.10.2017 r.
4. 4-5.11.2017 r.
5. 18-19.11.2017 r.
6. 2-3.12.2017 r.
7. 9-10.12.2017 r.
8. 13-14.01.2018 r.
9. 20–21.01.2018 r.
10. 27–28.01.2018 r.

Tyle zarabia „na rękę” absolwent studiów politologicznych sprzed dwóch lat, jako menadżer w firmie konsultingowej. Pracę rozpoczął na czwartym roku studiów jako stażysta. Zatem nie czekaj! Rekrutuj się!

 

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PhD Programme in Political Science

Institute of Political Science at the University of Wroclaw invites candidates to join its English language PhD Programme in Political Science. The four-year programme comprises of 430 hours (or up to 750 hours if teching apprenticeship is included), 32 ECTS points. The director of programme is Prof. Marek Magdziak. The detailed programme is available here 

Contact: Dr Piotr Sula, Vice Director of the Institute of Political Science for Research and International Cooperation 

PhD studies graduate's profile description

The graduate of PhD programme in Political Science will be capable of distinguishing certain definitions and approaches to politics in the case of the local, regional, national, European and international domains in a comprehensive and enhanced manner. He/she will be able to demonstrate enhanced and advanced knowledge considering political theory and methodology in the domains of political science, public policy, international relations and European studies.

The graduate will be able to demonstrate an enhanced and advanced knowledge considering a variety of political processes and actions undertaken by decision makers; will be capable of identifying and defining certain concepts (legal, ideological, ethical, religious) that have impact on certain processes and political decisions; will be capable of identifying and providing an in-depth explanation of the surrounding environment (social, cultural, demographic and economic) in which phenomenon occur in the local, regional, national, European and international domains.

The programme will develop student’s research skills as introducing viable research questions and applying an adequate methodology to solve them, critical assessing of the source material, formulating, proving and verifying hypothesis and other outcomes of conducted research, distinguishing the links between the aforementioned phenomenon and apply existing theories and paradigms in the research process, presenting both verbally and in written form the result of the conducted research and apply a proper terminology and language.

The programme features also Polish language classes, which will shape the graduate's profile, since this competence is going to make it possible for the programme's participants to join the Polish scientific teams. Students will get the opportunity to contribute to two journals published by the Institute: Polish Political Science Review (in English) and Wrocławskie Studia Politologiczne (in Polish).

Besides this academic path, the graduate will have also the opportunity to prepare oneself to enter the labour market by participating in the modules referring to public speaking and presentations, research and education projects management, international and intercultural communication, scientific research methodologies and ethics, etc.

Apprenticeship-scope and regulations

Didactic apprenticeship consists in one's individual conducting classes or, if approved of by the Head of PhD Studies, in participation in classes conducted by academic staff. The apprenticeship includes from 10 to 90 hours per academic year (40-360 hours over four-year studies).   

 

Entrance Requirements and Admission Procedure

The admission to the PhD programme is open to:

  1. Polish citizens;
  2. Foreigners who undertake studies in accordance with the rules applicable to Polish citizens;
  3. Foreigners who undertake studies in accordance with the rules different from those applicable to Polish citizens.

All candidates mentioned in point 1-3 are subject to the registration procedure and are required to take the entrance exam.

In the case of the candidates who are Polish citizens and foreigner who possess the Pole’s Card or the right of permanent residence in Poland, the registration in the Internet Registration of Candidates (IRK) is required.

In other cases the registration in the Internet Registration of Foreigners (IRC) is required.

Admission is based on the results of the entrance exam. The candidate can obtain up to 20 points for the following:

  • Outline of the doctoral dissertation (included with the admission documents): 0-5 points.
  • Justification of the dissertation outline: 0-5 points.
  • General knowledge (list of topics attached): 0-5 points.
  • Academic publications – published or forthcoming (confirmation of approval for publication from the Editorial Board required), scholarships, prizes awarded for the candidate’s Master’s thesis: 0-5 points.

Candidates who have obtained at least 10 points during the admission procedure will be admitted to the programme. Admission results will be published in the form of a ranking based on the number of points obtained. In justified circumstances, the Faculty Admission Committee reserves the right to admit candidates scoring less than 10 points.

The admission interview can be conducted as a videoconference.

Decisions regarding the candidates who hold Polish citizenship or apply for admission to the PhD programme in accordance with the rules applicable to Polish citizens (who are entitled to it), is made by the Faculty Admission Committee. 

Decisions regarding candidates who apply for admission to the PhD programme in accordance with the rules different from those applicable to Polish citizens is made by the Rector upon prior consultation with the Faculty Admission Committee following the aforementioned recruitment procedure.

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Documents to be submitted when applying to PhD programme in case of the Polish citizens:

  1. Application for admission (including the subject of the planned doctoral dissertation and the name of the academic supervisor);
  2. Completed online application form in the appropriate system of internet registration (IRK);
  3. 35 mm x 45 mm photograph (Polish ID format);
  4. Photocopy of the candidate’s Polish ID card, the original to be presented for confirmation by the University;
  5. Photocopy of the candidate’s second level university diploma or the diploma of combined long cycle master studies along with the original to be presented for confirmation by the University or a certificate of having obtained a second level university qualification; for diplomas issued abroad, the candidate must submit a photocopy of a translation into Polish or English by a sworn translator;
  6. Transcript of grades obtained during the candidate’s first and second degree studies (or during the combined long cycle).
  7. Opinion issued by the future academic supervisor assessing the candidate’s academic ability.
  8. Written agreement from the academic supervisor, chosen from among the staff of the Faculty of Social Sciences, to oversee the candidate’s doctoral work (also signed by the head of the relevant department).
  9. Outline of the planned doctoral dissertation, approved by the academic supervisor.
  10. Knowledge of English as confirmed by a language test at B2 level or an equivalent qualification (FCE, TOEFL- 550, IELTS 5,5-6,0, BEC Vantage and other equivalent international certificates). Candidates for whom English was the language of instruction at the previous level of their education, or is their mother tongue, are exempt from the obligation to provide test results.

Incomplete applications will not be accepted.

 

Documents to be submitted when applying to PhD programme in case of the foreigners (it is possible to submit documents during the registration in an electronic form)

  1. Application for admission (including the subject of the planned doctoral dissertation and the name of the academic supervisor);
  2. Completed online application form in the appropriate system of internet registration;
  3. 35 mm x 45 mm photograph (Polish ID format);
  4. Photocopy of the candidate’s passport’s pages with photo (the original to be presented for confirmation by the University);
  5. The candidate’s second level university diploma or the diploma of combined long cycle master studies or another document entitling the candidate to apply for admission to PhD programme (the original to be presented for confirmation by the University)
  6. Transcript of grades obtained during the candidate’s first and second degree studies (or during the combined long cycle) (the original to be presented for confirmation by the University)
  7. Opinion issued by the future academic supervisor assessing the candidate’s academic ability.
  8. Written agreement from the academic supervisor, chosen from among the staff of the Faculty of Social Sciences, to oversee the candidate’s doctoral work (also signed by the head of the relevant Institute/department).
  9. Outline of the planned doctoral dissertation, approved by the academic supervisor.
  10. Knowledge of English as confirmed by a language test at B2 level or an equivalent qualification (FCE, TOEFL- 550, IELTS 5,5-6,0, BEC Vantage and other equivalent international certificates). Candidates for whom English was the language of instruction at the previous level of their education, or is their mother tongue, are exempt from the obligation to provide test results.

The translation into Polish is required in case of all documents which are subject to validation, if applicable.

The foreigners applying for admission to the programme in accordance with the rules applicable to the Polish citizens are required to present original documents to the Faculty Admission Committee before the deadline set for the Polish citizens (in exceptional cases, it is allowed to submit original documents on the day of entrance exam)

The foreigners applying for admission to the programme in accordance with the rules different from those applicable to the Polish citizens submit original documents to the International Office (for confirmation of their copies by the University) following the receipt of a Final Acceptance Letter not later than by the starting date of the programme.

The originals to be submitted for confirmation:

  1. The document entitling the candidate for the stay in Poland;
  2. A second level university diploma certified by a Polish Consulate or with an apostille or another document entitling the candidate to apply for admission to PhD programme, translated into Polish or English by sworn translator;
  3. Medical certificate confirming that there are no contraindications to the candidate enrolling in a given degree programme and pursuing a given form of education, along with the translation into Polish or English by sworn translator;
  4. photocopy of illness and accident insurance covering the period of study in Poland, or the European Health Insurance Card, or a photocopy of an agreement with the National Health Fund (NFZ);

It is possible to submit notarized copies.

Following the submission of the aforementioned documents foreigners also register themselves in the IRK system with the help from the International Office staff member. 

The tuition fee per year for EU students is €2500 and for non-EU - €3000.

All candidates are required to pay the registration fee: €50.

The tuition fee for the first year is increased by €150.

Deadlines

Scope of admission interview

 

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