Ecology and evolution
Biological sciences
Master's Programme
Mode of studies: 
full-time programme
2 years
Tuition fee: 
18,000 PLN/programme (approx. 4,200 EUR/programme)
Degree awarded: 
magister (equivalent of master’s degree)
Application deadline: 
Monday, 4 May, 2020
Day of semester start: 
Thursday, 1 October, 2020
Credits (ECTS): 
Please contact the Unit
Admission requirements: 

Final admissions result is calculated based on the interview is conducted in English. Its aim is to assess candidate's motivation for undertaking the programme, their general knowledge in the area of Ecology, and their English proficiency.

Detailed information can be found in respective study card in Online Application System.


Programme description

The general academic Master’s degree studies Ecology and Evolution are addressed to English-speaking undergraduate students who seek specialist education in contemporary ecological and evolutionary issues. Our experienced staff, familiarised with international, cross-cultural academic environment, imparts deepened and constantly updated theoretical and practical knowledge, emphasising team work, developing problem-solving skills and planning field and experimental research. The unique, interdisciplinary study programme provides a large number of practical activities in well equipped, modern laboratories. The students gain a broad understanding of ecological and evolutionary principles and enter a path to become successful scientists who can publish results of self-conducted research in recognised international scientific journals. They acquire adaptive social and managerial competences along with a design mindset – so as to utilise ecological knowledge in practical environmental conservation and resources management.

Graduate profile

Graduates become effective scientists able to set up experiments and research (including field research/work) using the most suitable and modern methods, analyse obtained results, write scientific papers and reports, and prepare spoken or visual presentations. The accomplishment of two-year studies allows them to become employed in dynamically evolving public or private sectors worldwide: laboratories, public administration, governmental agencies, various types of research units as well as non-governmental and private organisations.