• Please note that in July the office hours will be like following:

    Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday 9am-1pm

    Wednesday closed

    Sorry for all inconveniences.

  • Due to the renovation of the room 109, the International Office - (only the staff from the room 109) will be relocated to the room 320 (3rd floor, Institute of Geography)

    The office (room 109) will be closed during its removal on the 5 - 6th July. In urgant cases during those two days please visit our colleagues in the room 36 (ground floor).

    We apologise for any inconvenience.

Master Programs

Applicants must have a bachelor's degree in area related to the proposed field of study. The program is composed of obligatory and optional subjects and a specialist course. In the first semester students are assigned to a specialty/seminar according to their preferences stated during enrolment (provided that they meet the entry requirements for the selected specialty/seminar). In the first semester students must attend all classes and one specialty seminar. In subsequent semesters students can choose from optional classes and electives. The list of subjects for each specialty depends on its profile. Students may choose from the offer of elective subjects. The program lasts 2 years (4 semesters). To obtain a master's degree, students must write and defend a master thesis.


Managerial Economics


International Relations

Political Science

European Studies
Journalism and Social Communication


Administration in International Organizations
Intercultural Mediation
English Philology
Image Communication (advertising, public relations, branding)
Empirical and Theoretical Linguistics (ETHEL)
LLM International & European Law
Theoretical Physics
Public History
Applied Geoscience