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Courses for MA Students and International Students 2013/2014

Year I – the 2

nd

semester (summer)

The semester starts on the February 24th 2014

Teacher

Course

ECTS

Room no.

Monday

8.30 – 10.00

Dr Patrycja Matusz-Protasiewicz

Introduction to International Migration and Immigrant Integration (seminar) 8 (lecture + seminar + exam) 306 10.15- 11.45

Dr Patrycja Matusz-Protasiewicz Introduction to International Migration and Immigrant Integration (lecture) 8 (lecture + seminar + exam) 306 10.20- 11.50

Dr Dominik Kopiński Theory and Politics of Foreign Aid 4 208

12.00 – 13.30

Dr Jarosław Jarząbek Countries of Middle Easty and South Asia in the International Relations 4 306 14.00 – 15.30

Dr Dominik Kopiński Resource Curse: Oil, Minerals and the Development of Nations 4 208 15.40 – 17.10

Prof. Elżbieta Stadtmüller Master Thesis Seminar (for MA and Mundus students only) 2 (MA+Mun

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17:30 – 19.00

Dr Wojciech Kazanecki International Forecasts and Simulations 4 306

Tuesday

10.15- 11.45

Dr Justyna Arendarska Cyberdiplomacy and Information Society 4 306

Dr hab. Larysa Leszczenko Европейская система защиты прав человека (in Russian) 4 11 12.00 – 13.30

Dr Marcin Łazarz Introduction to the Games Theory 4 340

14.00 – 15.30

Dr Szymon Kłopocki Innovation Clusters 4 306

15.40 – 17.10

Dr Marcin Koczan Global Energy Problems 4 306

Wednesday

10.15- 11.45

Dr Rafał Próchniak Internet and blogosphere 4 306

12.00 – 13.30

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14.00 – 15.30

Prof. Beata Ociepka

Master Thesis Seminar (for MA and Mundus students only) 2 (MA+Mun

dus only)

306

Prof. Norbert Kapferer

Secret Services and International Relations. Featuring the Snowden case 4 208 16.00 – 17.30

Prof. Norbert Kapferer First World War 1914-1918 4 306

16.30 – 18.00 Prof. Ireneusz P. Karolewski

Transition of Power: Concepts, Approaches and Empirical Findings 4 Willy Brandt Center, ul. Strażnica 1-3,

Room no. 12

Thursday

9.00 – 10.30

Prof. Marek Wróblewski International Economic Transactions (lecture)

8 (lecture + seminar + exam) 237 10.35- 12.05

Prof. Marek Wróblewski

International Economic Transactions ( seminar) 8

(lecture + seminar +

exam)

237

12.15 – 13.45

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Sexism in National and International Politics. A Case of Gender Studies 14.00 – 15.30

Prof. Norbert Kapferer The “Hitler-Stalin-Pact”( Molotov-Ribbentrop-Treaty or “Treaty of

Non-Aggression between Germany and Soviet Union”) 4 306

Important information for MA students:

Obligatory courses for the 1st year students in Italics. Obligatory exams for MA students of the 1st year:

1. Introduction to International Migration and Immigrant – Dr Patrycja Matusz-Protasiewicz - obligatory exam

2. International Economic Transactions – Dr. hab. Marek Wróblewski - obligatory exam

 In the 2nd semester MA students of the 1st year have 22 ECTS from obligatory courses and need to collect 8 ECTS from additional courses and workshops. Every additional course has 4 ECTS, every additional workshop 2 ETCS.

Additional workshops (each workshop has 2 ECTS, 15 hours)

1. Wellbeing Individual, Organizational and Social Through the Development of Soft Skills. EMU Crisis in South Europe, prof. Claudio Palumbo, dr Marco Bove, 6-10 March 2014.

2. Diplomatic Protocol, Prof. Natalia Yakovenko (University of Kiev), 11-15 March 2014.

3. Institutions, Organizations and Strategies: Innovation Policies in Brazil and China Compared, prof. Ana Céli Castro, 14-16 April 2014. 4. Russian Foreign Policy and European Union, dr Alexander S. Rozanov, 5-7 May 2014.

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Courses for MA Students and International Students 2013/2014

Year II – the 2

nd

semester (summer)

The semester starts on the February 24th 2014

Teacher

Course

ECTS

Room no.

Monday

8.30 – 10.00 (weeks 1-5), 8.00 – 10.15 (weeks 6-15)

Prof. Elżbieta Stadtmüller Master Thesis Seminar (for MA and Mundus students only) 10 (MA+Mun

dus only)

305

10.20- 11.50

Dr Dominik Kopiński Theory and Politics of Foreign Aid 4 208

12.00 – 13.30

Dr Jarosław Jarząbek Countries of Middle East and South Asia in the International Relations 4 306 14.00 – 15.30

Dr Dominik Kopiński Resource Curse: Oil, Minerals and the Development of Nations 4 208

Tuesday

10.15- 11.45

Dr Justyna Arendarska Cyberdiplomacy and Information Society 4 306

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12.00 – 13.30

Dr Marcin Łazarz Introduction to the Games Theory 4 340

14.00 – 15.30

Dr Szymon Kłopocki Innovation Clusters 4 306

15.40 – 17.10

Dr Marcin Koczan Global Energy Problems 4 306

Wednesday

10.15- 11.45

Dr Rafał Próchniak Internet and blogosphere 4 306

12.00 – 13.30

Prof. Beata Ociepka Global Communication 4 306

14.00 – 15.30

Prof. Norbert Kapferer Secret Services and International Relations. Featuring the Snowden case 4 208 16.00 – 17.30

Prof. Norbert Kapferer First World War 1914-1918 4 306

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Prof. Ireneusz P. Karolewski

Transition of Power: Concepts, Approaches and Empirical Findings 4 Willy Brandt Center, ul. Strażnica 1-3, Room no. 12

Thursday

12.15 – 13.45 Prof. Norbert Kapferer

Sexism in National and International Politics. A Case of Gender Studies

4 306

14.00 – 15.30

Prof. Norbert Kapferer The “Hitler-Stalin-Pact”( Molotov-Ribbentrop-Treaty or “Treaty of Non-Aggression between Germany and Soviet Union”)

4 306

Important information for MA students:

Obligatory courses for the 2nd year students in Italics.

 In the 2nd semester MA students of the 2nd year receive 10 ECTS for the MA Seminar and 10 for Master Thesis and Defence. Students need to collect additional 10 ECTS from optional courses and workshops. Every additional course has 4 ECTS, every additional workshop 2 ETCS.

Additional workshops (each workshop has 2 ECTS, 15 hours)

5. Wellbeing Individual, Organizational and Social Through the Development of Soft Skills. EMU Crisis in South Europe, prof. Claudio Palumbo, dr Marco Bove, 6-10 March 2014.

6. Diplomatic Protocol, Prof. Natalia Yakovenko (University of Kiev), 11-15 March 2014.

7. Institutions, Organizations and Strategies: Innovation Policies in Brazil and China Compared, prof. Ana Céli Castro, 14-16 April 2014. 8. Russian Foreign Policy and European Union, dr Alexander S. Rozanov, 5-7 May 2014.

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