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European Communications (ZL-KE)

(in Polish: komunikacja europejska (CE Gniezno))
first cycle degree studies
extramural, 3 years (6 semesters)
Language: Polish
No description for the programme.

ECTS Coordinators:

Qualification awarded:

(in Polish) Licencjat na kierunku komunikacja europejska

Access to further studies:

second degree studies, postgraduate studies

Professional status:

Graduates of the studies has general, interdisciplinary knowledge of intercultural communication. They gained necessary qualifications in the field of cooperation between Poland, the EU countries and the ones which apply for admission. The graduates possessed qualifications to contact and serve immigrants coming to Poland, too. The BA graduates received knowledge of widely understood liberal and social arts. They also got vocational preparation that qualify them to perform a role of a mediator between different state, municipal, social institutions and specialised agencies of the EU. The graduates' aim is to support the information flow between institutions and people and help communication of local societies in the framework of the EU. The graduates gained comprehensive education that helps them contact other people. The person who graduated form BA studies in the European communication can speak at least two foreign languages and can promote the idea of the European integration. The graduates have competences of audiovisual medias and the Internet usage in social communication as well as basic knowledge of law of the EU countries. They know how to prepare and apply for the EU grants and how to make use of aid programmes for governmental or municipal institutions and other businesses. The graduates can work in state and municipal administration, national and international organisations, agencies of the EU, businesses that cooperate with the EU countries, culture institutions and publishing houses, medias and education sector