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European Communication (DLx-KEUR)

(in Polish: komunikacja europejska (IKE Gniezno) ost. rek. 2017/2018 (profil ogólnoakademicki))
first cycle degree studies
full time, 6 semesters
Language: Polish
No description for the programme.

ECTS Coordinators:

Qualification awarded:

(in Polish) Licencjat na kierunku komunikacja europejska (IKE)

Access to further studies:

second-cycle degree studies, postgraduate studies

Professional status:

Upon completion of the programme, the graduate possesses general knowledge in the field of Humanities relating to intercultural, interpersonal and media communication. They have acquired qualifications in international cooperation between Poland and countries of the EU as well as candidate countries. Their qualifications also include contact with immigrants arriving to Poland and management of immigration affairs. Professional skills that the graduate has obtained and developed qualify them to act an as intermediary or liaison between various state, local government and social institutions and EU bodies. Their task is to support the flow of information between institutions and people in order to facilitate communication between local communities within the European framework. The comprehensive education that the graduate has obtained should ensure them ease of contact and networking with other people. A person completing the undergraduate European Communication programme knows at least two foreign languages. They are a person qualified to promote the idea of European integration. Also, the graduate has all the necessary skills for successful utilisation of audio-visual media and the internet in social communication. The graduate has gained basic knowledge of EU law and the skills to draft EU grant applications as well as take advantage of funding opportunities for state and local government institutions or businesses. The graduate can work in state-level and local administration, in domestic and international institutions and organizations, in various bodies of the European communities, businesses cooperating with EU countries, cultural institutions, publishing enterprises, mass media and education.

Access requirements

Detailed rules of acceptance to particular field of studies are determined by Adam Mickiewicz University Senate Resolution concerning the recruitment procedures for the first year full-time and extra mural studies.

Learning outcomes

Learning outcomes for the field of study were specified by the Resolution No. 286/2011/2012 of the Senate of Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań adopted on 30 January 2012. The Resolution with attachments is available on the website: www.amu.edu.pl