Mediterranean studies
Master's Programme
Mode of studies: 
full-time programme
2 years
Tuition fee: 
Registration: 25 Euro Tuition fee per year: 1 500 Euro
Degree awarded: 
Application deadline: 
Monday, 31 August, 2020
Day of semester start: 
Saturday, 1 October, 2016
Credits (ECTS): 
Admission requirements: 

All lectures are conducted in English. There are two options: 4-semester programme for applying for the MA diploma and 1 or 2-semester programme: dedicated mainly for Erasmus and Erasmus Mundus students. BA in a similar field and a knowledge of Latin language allowing for original texts analysis with the help of a dictionary.  Admission based on a top 30 scores of submitted BA diplomas and an interview covering mediterranean studies issues and Latin language.  Passing grade during an interview is 10 points out of 20 to be awarded.

The student of the Mediterranean Studies gains practical knowledge of English language for teaching and academic purpose (level C1) or basic Polish (level B1) according to the particular learning program. The knowledge of one of these languages as a tool is supplemented with comprehensive and wide studies of ancient Greek and Roman literature and culture as a basis for the cultural development of Mediterranean region.
The interdisciplinary character of the program, including research methods of language (ancient Greek and Latin) and literature studies, ethnology, history, the elements of ancient law and policy delivers knowledge about the linguistic, ethnic and political conditions, and their connection with the nowadays life in the countries of interest. The students are able to gain the attainment of skills necessary to synthesizing and applying those aspects in practice. Students learn to analyze and recognize many questions of the ancient Greek and Roman culture with their influence upon the historical and current cultural and partly political phenomena in the Mediterranean countries. 
The graduate will be competent in cultural and historical problems of the region. Prospective jobs include cultural and publishing institutions, foundations, travel offices, and mass media. A graduate of the Mediterranean Studies will be ready to undertake research and enter PhD studies in the field of culture science, classical philology or other adequate humanistic areas.