News and Events

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    2 years 40 weeks ago

    Please remember that your learning agreement must be signed. After the online enrolment, please send by mail your learning agreement to the EMGS Office. You may also download your LA from your personal account in the EMGS Office (but please remember your login and password).

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    2 years 41 weeks ago
    The meeting with the UWr. students, who are qualified for Erasmus exchange programme in the academic year 2015/2016 will take place on the 
    5th March (Thursday) at 13:15 in room 205D (2nd floor, building "D" Wydziału Prawa, Administracji i Ekonomii, ul. Uniwersytecka 7-10) 
    
    ATTENDANCE IS COMPULSORY!
  • Updated: 
    2 years 41 weeks ago

    Dear Students, 

    On Thursday 05.03.2015 the Institute of International Studies invites to the lecture of dr. Kamil Abt (Bond University, Australia): Human Security – an empty signifier oruseful concept for Europe? Lecture takes place in room 201 at 10.30.

    More details in attachement.

  • Updated: 
    2 years 41 weeks ago



    We would like to inform you that the orientation's day of summer semester 2014/2015 in our Library will be held on Wednesday, 11th March 2015, at 8.15 a.m. (in the reading room in the Library of the Faculty of Social Sciences, 2nd floor, building next to the Dean's Office).

    During this meeting you will be provided with very useful information about sources of our Library and in particular about the access to the electronic database. 

  • Updated: 
    2 years 41 weeks ago
    Thesis registration procedure
  • Updated: 
    2 years 41 weeks ago

    You can check room numbers for your courses on your course selection panel.

    Also, there are a few changes in the schedule:

    1. The workshop "Modern Conflicts in Eastern Europe: Legal Perspective" will take place from March 29 to April 12.

    2. Countries of the Middle East and South Asia in International Relations has been moved to Tuesday, 15.45-17.15.

  • Updated: 
    2 years 43 weeks ago

    You can now sign up for courses for the summer semester.

    For any technical issues, please contact dr Rafał Próchniak (burlap@gmail.com). For ECTS, master seminar and other quetions, please contact your program coordinator.

  • Updated: 
    2 years 47 weeks ago

    Please note, that the International Office is updating its website and the current version will be retired soon. You can still fill out your forms in the current version, but expect some glitches along the way. Also note, that registration for the academic year 2015/2016 is not open yet. Contact the International Office for details (https://international.uni.wroc.pl/en/welcome-rector/contact-0).

    To apply for the Erasmus+ mobility:

Erasmus Mundus Global Studies

On this webpage we would like to present to you the University of Wroclaw and the Erasmus Mundus Global Studies Program (EMGS). The project, which began in 2005, is supported by the European Commission and is a two years Master's Course. It is offered to students who are interested in analyzing the social, cultural and historical contexts of globalization processes.

This curriculum acts as a forum for interdisciplinary debate, focusing on the European perspective.

The EMGS is active within five European universities: the London School of Economics (UK), the University of Leipzig (Germany), the University of Vienna (Austria), the University of Roskilde (Denmark), University of Ghent (Belgium) and the University Wrocław (Poland) - with six partner universities in Canada (Dalhousie), USA (Santa Barbara, University of California), South Africa (Stellenbosch), Australia (Macquarie, Sydney), China (Fudan Shanghai), India (Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi)

Information on the webpage are addressed to students, who spend at least one semester of EMGS in Wroclaw. You find here details on the program, procedures and life in the city of Wroclaw and Poland.

If you look for information on the whole Global Studies consortium and programs of all universities, please visit the website:  http://www.uni-leipzig.de/~gesi/index.php?id=57/