BA diploma or equvalent.
English language skills - B2 level.
The four semester joint programme features courses in the fields of language studies, cultural anthropology, sociology, economics, women’s studies or law as well as arts theory and history or social science research methodologies and also provides the students with a range of chances to exercise the knowledge and skills at public institutions of local governments, culture or education. The 2 years’ programme is carried out at three European universities for the students to gain an intercultural perspective.
The master programme is structured so that the universal issues of gender relations could be vividly experienced in different cultural contexts hence the course includes intensive optional mobility (funded by Erasmus+ programme), both eastwards and westwards from Poland. One semester is to be spent in Istanbul studying and living in oriental, yet metropolitan environment. The extended semester break in the second year is to be spent on (optional) professional training in the organizations, institutions and companies in the area of Trier, Germany at the very centre of the ‘old’, western European Union to see gender issues from a totally different perspective.