International Exchange Programmes – Bilateral Cooperation

Incoming Students

General infomation
  • Every year Institute hosts 150 incoming students; for courses offered by Institute attend every year over 300 international students
  • Institute invites international students for semester or one year (we accept also short period, for example one month stay: please contact coordinator);
  • International candidates willing to undertake short-term studies may study as:
    • Erasmus/Erasmus Mundus/other EU programmes students
    • Exchange students – under a bilateral agreement between the University of Warsaw and student’s home university
    • Students holding different scholarships
    • Guest students – on payment basis: 35 EUR/1 ECTS (minimum 15 ECTS/semester).

Presentation for Erasmus, Mundus and International Students download

Lectures, courses
  • Offers 14 courses for Erasmus and International Students
  • Students can also attend for some MA and BA level courses in English (please contact Erasmus coordinator in the Institute; students must have permission from Head of BA and MA level programmes)
  • Courses offered by the Institute of International Relations for Erasmus, Mundus & International Students
  • Students could also attend to all courses offered by University of Warsaw;
  • If You want to attend our courses, please register for them at:

Website for registration: https://usosweb.wnpism.uw.edu.pl/

 

2017/2018 Edition

 

Erasmus, Mundus and international students could study 14 courses (13 in English and 1 in French) in the Institute. Erasmus and International students planning their curricula can also freely include in their learning agreements selected courses from other programmes offered in English (Undergraduate Programme in International Relations and Graduate Programme in International Relations). For details, please contact our Erasmus coordinator!

Introduction to World Politics

Introduction to World Politics

Jerzy Ciechański, Ph.D.,“Introduction to World Politics”, 20 hours, 7 ECTS The course examines four key themes of the post-Cold War international relations: (1) the end of the Cold War and the beginning of the new international order; (2) whether the post- Cold War era witnesses the global triumph of the liberal democratic order or the conflict of civilizations; (3) the dominant mode of leadership: might or multilateralism; and (4) the moral quality of globalization. The class is conducted in a seminar fashion with a substantial emphasis on class participation and discussion.

Les relations internationales en Europe après la deuxième guerre mondiale

Les relations internationales en Europe après la deuxième guerre mondiale

Prof. Stanisław Parzymies, „Les relations internationales en Europe après la deuxième guerre mondiale” (in French), 20 hours, 7 ECTS Le cycle composé de dix cours est consacré á l’analyse des relations internationales en Europe après la deuxième guerre mondiale. Le conférencier met l’accent sur les raisons de la division politique et idéologique du continent européen, l’intégration de sa partie occidentale et la dépendance de sa partie centrale et orientalne de l’Union soviétique. Les symptômes de la détente entre les deux parties de l’Europe et la décomposition du ,,socialisme réel’’ sont expliquées. Les changements politiques en Europe centrale et orientalne et le nouvel ordre international en Europe après la fin de la guerre froide sont au coeur de ce cours. Les problèmes de l’intégration et de la sécurité en Europe au tournant du XX-ème et du XXI-ème siècles sont présentée d’une façon détaillée.

International Political Economy

International Political Economy (IPE)

Agnieszka Aleksy-Szucsich, Ph.D.,“International Political Economy”, 20 hours, 7 ECTS The course is designed for students who are interested in studying the various aspects of the relationship between international politics and economics. It begins with presenting the theoretical foundations of modern political economy. It will introduce the writings of such scholars as Jean Jacques Rousseau, Adam Smith, David Ricardo, Karl Marx, John Stuart Mill, V. I. Lenin, Joseph Shumpeter, John M. Keynes and Friedrich A. Hayek. Then it focus on the current topics and debates which command the attention of IPE scholars such as international trade, development, international finance and global markets. It conclude with a discussion of the recent financial crisis.

History of European Integration

International Migration

Justyna Nakonieczna, Ph.D., „International Migration”, 20 hours, 7 ECTS Theoretical approach to international migration; Evolution of international migration – historical perspective; Trends in the current international migration – global and regional perspective; State and International Migration: Migration policies -Incorporation: multiculturalism/assimilation/ integration; State and International Migration: The Quest for Control; International migration and economy: International Remittances, the problem of brain drain and brain waste; International migration and environment; International migration and conflicts.

Security system in the Asia-Pacific Region

Security system in the Asia-Pacific Region

Jakub Zajączkowski, Ph.D., „Security system in the Asia-Pacific Region”, 20 hours, 7 ECTS The Asia-Pacific region – description. Classification and systemization of security threats in the region. The arms race in Asia. The division of Korea. The division of China and security in the Asia-Pacific region. The security sub-system in South Asia. Territorial disputes and conflicts concerning Asian seas. Territorial disputes and conflicts in Asia. Institutions of regional security. US regional strategy. The system of US bilateral alliances in the Asia-Pacific region. The regional strategy of China. US-China relations – regional and global significance. Regional strategies of Russia, Japan and India. The importance of the Asia-Pacific region in international relations at the turn of the 21st century.

International Protection of Human Rights

International Protection of Human Rights

Agnieszka Bieńczyk-Missala, Ph.D., „International Protection of Human Rights”, 20 hours, 7 ECTS The course offers an opportunity to study human rights in the context of law, politics and security. Course Content: Historical Development of International Protection of Human Rights, Human Rights in the United Nations System, Human Rights Protection in the Council of Europe, OSCE Human Dimension, the European Union and Human Rights, Extra-European Systems. Protection of National and Ethnic Minorities, Genocide and Massive Violations of Human Rights, the Concept ‘Responsibility to Protect’, Non-Governmental Actors of Human Rights, International Humanitarian Law, Human Rights in International Policy, New Ideas and Challenges for Human Rights.

Monetary and Financial Integration in Europe

Monetary and Financial Integration in Europe

Karina Jędrzejewska, Ph.D., “Monetary and Financial Integration in Europe”, 20 hours, 7 ECTS The course is designed to present various aspects of monetary and financial integration in Europe. It starts with theoretical introduction into issues of financial integration and globalization. Next, it focuses on monetary integration in the European Union – its origins, history, and main features of the Economic and Monetary Union. It will also address its current challenges including international position of the euro and the European sovereign debt crisis. In the second half of the course, the focus will shift towards integration of financial markets in the European Union. The following issues will be discussed: concept of policy-led financial market integration in the EU (including the Financial Services Action Plan), banking union in the EU and the European System of Financial Supervisors. The module will be taught in seminar manner, linking brief lectures with discussion with participants.

Asymmetric Threats

Asymmetric Threats

Marek Madej. Ph.D., “Asymmetric Threats”, 20 hours, 7 ECTS, Institute of International Relations, Latinamerican hall, Żurawia 4 street, ground floor, Thursday 13.15-14.45, starts from 25th February The concept of asymmetric threats – roots, the essence, specificity, weaknesses. Typologies of asymmetric threats. Domestic and international terrorism, Transnational Organized Crime, Information security threats posed by non-state actors, Use of WMD.

Developing Countries in International Relations

Developing Countries in International Relations

Aleksandra Jaskólska, M.A., „Developing Countries in International Relations”, 20 hours, 7 ECTS, Institute of International Relations, Latinamerican hall, Żurawia 4 street, ground floor, Thursday 15.00-16.30, starts from 25th February Developing Countries and International Relations Theory. Classification and systemization of security threats in Developing Countries. Human Rights and Democracy in Developing Countries. Economic Challenges and problems of Developing Countries. Political and Economic Cooperation of Developing Countries. Emerging Powers in International Relations. U.S. EU and Japan’s international strategies towards Developing Countries. North-South: cooperation, divisions, implications.

International Security and Armed Conflicts

International Security and Armed Conflicts

Kamila Pronińska, Ph.D., “International Security and Armed Conflicts”, 20 hours, 7 ECTS, Institute of International Relations, room no 4/5, Nowy Świat Street 67, Monday 15.00-16.30, starts from 22th of February Development and evolution of security studies – theories of international security. International security paradigm after the Cold War – nonmilitary dimensions and asymmetric threats to security. Military security – regional and world trends, military expenditure, arms production and international transfers. Armed conflicts in contemporary IR – major conflicts, new tends, sources and consequences . International security institutions – ius contra bellum, non proliferation and arms control regimes, evolution of the United Nations, NATO and regional security organizations. Economic and energy security –threats and international rivalry over strategic resources. Environmental security – securitization of climate changes and water problem in IR. Human security concept.

Poland’s Foreign Policy

Poland’s Foreign Policy

Agnieszka Bieńczyk-Missala, Ph.D., “Poland’s Foreign Policy”, 20 hours, 7 ECTS, ECTS Institute of International Relations, Latinamerican hall, Żurawia 4 street, ground floor, Tuesday 15.00-16.30, starts from 23th February The main aim of the course is to give students a possibility to recognize central issues of Polish foreign policy after World War II with special regard to the last 20 years since the end of the Cold War and regaining full independence. The scope of the curriculum includes subjects of domestic as well as external determinants of Polish foreign policy. It also provides them with knowledge of key issues like Polish attitude towards European integration, security in Polish politics. Finally, it covers bilateral relations with Germany, Russia and the United States.

U.S. National Security Policy

U.S. National Security Policy

Aleksandra Jarczewska, Ph.D., “U.S. National Security Policy”, 20 hours, 7 ECTS, Institute of International Relations, room no 5, Nowy Swiat Street 67, Wednesday 15.00-18.15, starts from 4th March, (Important: 5 meetings x 4 hours, from 15.00-18.15) The general concept of this course is to acquaint students with the U.S. national security issues. Among the key problems discussed in the class are: U.S. relations with other states, war on terror, asymmetric conflicts and cyber terrorism; U.S. military power and the proliferation of WMD; organized crimes; globalization and global economic interdependence; economic crisis and its consequences for the U.S. security; internal and international migrations; environmental degradation. The course will consist of introduction, three main modules (each concentrated on particular group of issues) and end with defining new challenges for the U.S. security strategy

Introduction to International Relations

Introduction to International Relations

Jerzy Ciechański, Ph.D., “Introduction to International Relations”, 20 hours, 7 ECTS, Institute of International Relations, room no 4/5, Nowy Swiat Street 67, Monday 16.45-18.15, starts from 22th February The course examines key themes of the post-Cold War international relations. The class is conducted in a seminar fashion with a substantial emphasis on class participation and discussion. Course focus on such topics like: the global triumph of the liberal democratic order or the conflict of civilizations; the dominant mode of leadership: might or multilateralism; the moral quality of globalization, perspectives on future balance of power.

Erasmus winter semester 2017.2018 – (download)

Accommodation, student life, visa
  • More information about accommodation, dormitory and prices in Poland please see website of International Relations Office (if You have any problem, please also contact with coordinator)
  • Incoming students have also a lot of social activities, students union is very active in our Institute
  • If You need any help about visa application procedure, please contact with coordinator.
List of coordinators

Outgoing Students

The Northeastern Illinois University

The Northeastern Illinois University
5500 St Louis Ave, Chicago, IL 60625, Stany Zjednoczone
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New Delhi: Jawaharlal Nehru University

New Delhi: Jawaharlal Nehru University
New Mehrauli Road, Munirka, New Delhi, Delhi 110067, Indie
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Birla Institute of Management Technology

Birla Institute of Management Technology
Plot Number 5, Knowledge Park 2, NCR, Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh 201306, Indie
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Institute of Economic Growth, the University of Delhi

Institute of Economic Growth, the University of Delhi
University Enclave, New Delhi, North Delhi, Delhi, 110007, Indie
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Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses (IDSA)

Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses (IDSA)
1, Development Enclave, (near USI), New Delhi, Delhi 110010, Indie
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Developing Countries Research Studies, University of Delhi

Developing Countries Research Studies, University of Delhi
25, Bhai Vir Singh Marg, Sector 2, Gole Market, New Delhi, Delhi 110001, Indie
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University of Calcuta

University of Calcuta
Asutosh Building, 2nd Floor, University of Calcutta, (College Street Campus), 87/1 College Street, Kolkata, West Bengal 700073, Indie
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College of Commerce, University of Delhi

College of Commerce, University of Delhi
Maurice Nagar, New Delhi, Delhi 110007, Indie
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TATA Institute of Social Science

TATA Institute of Social Science
V.N. Purav Marg, Deonar, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400088, Indie
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SP Jain Institute of Management & Research, University of Mumbai

SP Jain Institute of Management & Research, University of Mumbai
S. P. Jain Institute of Management and Research, Old D N Nagar, Munshi Nagar, Andheri West, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400058, Indie
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University of Hyderabad

University of Hyderabad
Prof C. R. Rao Road, CUC, Gachibowli, P O Central University, Hyderabad, Telangana 500046, Indie
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Centre for Development Studies, University of Kerala

Centre for Development Studies, University of Kerala
Prasanth Nagar, Medical College P.O, Ulloor, Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala 695011, Indie
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Indian Institute of Technology

Indian Institute of Technology
Indian Institute Of Technology, Chennai, Tamil Nadu, Indie
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Institute for Social and Economic Change

Institute for Social and Economic Change
Chandra Layout, Nagarbhavi, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560072, Indie
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Manipal University

Manipal University
Madhav Nagar, Near Tiger circle, Manipal, Karnataka 576104, Indie
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University of Pune, Fergusson College

University of Pune, Fergusson College
Fergusson College Road, Shivajinagar, Pune, Maharashtra 411004, Indie
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Sharda University

Sharda University
Plot No. 32-34, Knowledge Park III, Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh 201306, Indie
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Global College International, Kathmandu

Global College International, Kathmandu
Binayak Marg, Kathmandu 44605, Nepal
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Tribhuvan University

Tribhuvan University
TU Rd, Kirtipur 44618, Nepal
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Pokhara University

Pokhara University
Lekhnath 33700, Nepal
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Tsinghua University, Beijing

Tsinghua University, Beijing
30 Shuangqing Rd, Haidian Qu, Beijing Shi, Chiny
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Xiamen University

Xiamen University
422 Siming S Rd, Siming Qu, Xiamen Shi, Fujian Sheng, Chiny, 361005
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Peking University

Peking University
5 Yiheyuan Rd, Haidian Qu, Beijing Shi, Chiny, 100080
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Fudan University

Fudan University
220 Handan Rd, WuJiaoChang, Yangpu Qu, Shanghai Shi, Chiny, 200433
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Zheijang University

Zheijang University
38 Zheda Rd, Xihu Qu, Hangzhou Shi, Zhejiang Sheng, Chiny, 310027
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Sichuan University

Sichuan University
24 S 1st Section, 1st Ring Rd, XiaoTianZhu, Wuhou Qu, Chengdu Shi, Sichuan Sheng, Chiny, 610000
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Renmin University

Renmin University
59 Zhongguancun St, Haidian Qu, Chiny, 100872
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National Chengchi University

National Chengchi University
No. 64, Section 2, Zhinan Road, Wenshan District, Taipei City, Tajwan 116
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Tamkang University

Tamkang University
No. 151, Yingzhuan Road, Tamsui District, New Taipei City, Tajwan 251
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Kyungpook National University, Daegu

Kyungpook National University, Daegu
80 Daehak-ro, Sangyeok 3(sam)-dong, Buk-gu, Daegu, Korea Południowa
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University of Haifa

University of Haifa
Abba Khoushy Ave 199, Haifa, 3498838, Izrael
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Saint Petersburg State University

Saint Petersburg State University
University Embankment, 7/9, Sankt-Peterburg, Rosja, 199034
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MGIMO University

MGIMO University
Prospekt Vernadskogo, 76, Moskva, Rosja, 119454
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The Russian State University for the Humanities, The Kaliningrad Affiliated Branch

The Russian State University for the Humanities, The Kaliningrad Affiliated Branch
ul. Ivana Sedykh, 2, Tver', Tverskaya oblast', Rosja, 170100
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North Ossetian State University

North Ossetian State University
ul. Vatutina, 44-46, Vladikavkaz, Resp. Severnaya Osetiya-Alaniya, Rosja, 362025
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Far East Institute of International Relations in Khabarovsk

Far East Institute of International Relations in Khabarovsk
ul. Turgeneva, 55, Khabarovsk, Khabarovskiy kray, Rosja, 680000
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Vladivostok Institute of International Relations

Vladivostok Institute of International Relations
Władywostok, Kraj Nadmorski, Rosja
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Instytut Stosunków Międzynarodowych Narodowego Kijowskiego Uniwersytetu im. Tarasa Szewczenki

Instytut Stosunków Międzynarodowych Narodowego Kijowskiego Uniwersytetu im. Tarasa Szewczenki
Volodymyrska St, 60, Kyiv, Ukraina, 01033
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Narodowy Uniwersytet Lwowski im. Iwana Franki

Narodowy Uniwersytet Lwowski im. Iwana Franki
Universytetska St, 1, L'viv, Lviv Oblast, Ukraina, 79000
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Uniwersytet Przykarpacki im. W. Stefanyka w Iwano-Frankowsku

Uniwersytet Przykarpacki im. W. Stefanyka w Iwano-Frankowsku
Shevchenka St, 57, Ivano-Frankivs'k, Ivano-Frankivs'ka oblast, Ukraina, 76000
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Narodowy Uniwersytet Doniecki

Narodowy Uniwersytet Doniecki
вулиця Шибанкова, 2, Pokrovsk, Donetsk Oblast, Ukraina, 85300
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Ukraiński Katolicki Uniwersytet we Lwowie

Ukraiński Katolicki Uniwersytet we Lwowie
Ilariona Svjentsits'koho Street, 17, L'viv, Lviv Oblast, Ukraina, 79000
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Uniwersytet Narodowy „Akademia Ostrogska” w Ostrogu

Uniwersytet Narodowy „Akademia Ostrogska” w Ostrogu
Seminarska St, 2, Ostroh, Rivnens'ka oblast, Ukraina, 35800
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Benemerita Universidad Autonoma de Puebla

Benemerita Universidad Autonoma de Puebla
Calle 4 Sur 104, Centro, 5013 Puebla, Pue., Meksyk
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Técnico de Monterrey

Técnico de Monterrey
Av. Eugenio Garza Sada 2501 Sur, Tecnológico, 64849 Monterrey, N.L., Meksyk
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Universidad de Monterrey

Universidad de Monterrey
Avenida Ignacio Morones Prieto 4500 Pte., Jesús M. Garza, 66238 San Pedro Garza García, N.L., Meksyk
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Universidad de las Américas Puebla

Universidad de las Américas Puebla
Ex-Hacienda Santa Catarina Mártir S/N, 72810 San Andrés Cholula, Pue., Meksyk
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Universidad Autónoma de Sinaloa

Universidad Autónoma de Sinaloa
Calle Josefa Ortiz de Domínguez S/N, Cd Universitaria, Universitaria, 80040 Culiacán Rosales, Sin., Meksyk
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Universidad de Anáhuac

Universidad de Anáhuac
Av Universidad Anáhuac 46, Lomas de Santa Fe, Lomas Anahuac, 52786 Anáhuac, Méx., Meksyk
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El Colegio de Mexico

El Colegio de Mexico
Entronque Picacho-ajusco 20, Fuentes del Pedregal, Tlalpan, 010740 Ciudad de México, CDMX, Meksyk
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Centro de Investigación y Docencia Económicas

Centro de Investigación y Docencia Económicas
Carr. México-Toluca 3655, Altavista, • 01210 Ciudad de México, CDMX, Meksyk
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University for Business and Technology, Prisztina

University for Business and Technology, Prisztina
Magjistralja Prishtine - Ferizaj - Rrethi te QMI
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Pontificia Universidade Católica do Rio de Janeiro

Pontificia Universidade Católica do Rio de Janeiro
R. Marquês de São Vicente, 225 - Gávea, Rio de Janeiro - RJ, 22430-060, Brazylia
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Tbilisi State University

Tbilisi State University
1 Chavchavadze Avenue, თბილისი 0179, Gruzja
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Caucasus University

Caucasus University
ანა პოლიტკოვსკაიას 10, Ana Politkovskaya 10, Tbilisi, Gruzja
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Agreements (Institute’s partner Universities)

Students can participate in exchange programmes offered by the Institute:

  • Universities in all EU member states (more than 100 LLP Erasmus agreements which guarantee scholarships for students)

See information about the Erasmus Exchange Programme

  • University from United States:
    • the Northeastern Illinois University (NEIU), Chicago
  • Universities and think-thanks in India:

    • Jawaharlal Nehru University,
    • University of Pune,
    • Mangalore University,
    • Sharda University,
    • University of Calcutta,
    • Manipal Academy of Higher Education,
    • O.P. Jindal Global University,
    • Birla Institute of Management Technology
  • University in Israel:

    • University of Haifa
  • University in Japan:
    • Waseda University
  • Universities in China:
    • Peking University,
    • Tsinghua University,
    • Fudan University,
    • Renmin University – School of International Studies,
    • Sichuan University,
    • Xiamen University,
    • Shanxi University
  • University in Republic of Korea

    • Kyungpook National University
  • University in Thailand:

    • Shinawatra University
  • Universities in Taiwan:

    • National Chengchi University,
    • Tamkang University
  • University in Denmark:

    • Aarhus Universitet
  • University in Germany:

    • Fachhochschule Köln
  • Universities in Russia:
    • St. Petersburg State University,
    • Moscow State Institute of International Relations (MGIMO)
  • University in Serbia:

    • University of Belgrade
  • Universities in Ukraine:

    • Vasyl Stus Donetsk National University in Vinnitsia,
    • Ivan Franko National University of L’viv,
    • Vasyl Stefanyk Precarpathian National University,
    • National University “Ostrog Academy”,
    • Taras Schevchenko National University of Kyiv,
    • I.I. Mechnikov Odesa National University,
    • Ukrainian Catholic University (Lviv)
  • Universities in Mexico:

    • Centro de Investigación y Docencias Económicas, A.C.,
    • Instituto Tecnológico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey,
    • Universidad Autónoma de Sinaloa,
    • Universidad de Anahuac Mexico,
    • Universidad de las Americas Puebla,
    • Universidad de Monterrey
  • University in Brasil:

    • Faculdades Católicas – Pontificia Universidade Católica do Rio de Janeiro
  • University in Georgia:

    • Caucasus University
  • University in Kosovo

    • University for Business and Technology in Prisztina

Our students can also study at partner Universities of the University of Warsaw (general agreements) in the USA, Canada, Germany, India, Nepal, Mexico, Brazil and more than 50 other countries. For more information see the website of the International Relations Office.

Information about Partners

Partners in Asia download

Russia download

Georgia download

Ukraine download

Israel download

Latin America download

USA download

Mexico 2018-2019

Taiwan 2018-2019

Application deadlines

Application’s for Erasmus programme for academic year 2018/2019 – information concerning recruitment process and updateds list of partner universities appear at the begining of December.

Please check regularly the website Announcements about exchange programmes.

Required documents
  • Learning agreement (proposal on the classes/courses from the host university)
  • Application form download
  • Application form for the Exchange Programme with NEIU (USA) download
  • CV/Resumè
  • Cover letter
  • Confirmation of the degree of foreign language skills (certificate, exam in the Centre for Foreign Language Teaching of the University of Warsaw, or any other certification which states the degree of language skills)
  • Document issued by the Dean’s Office stating the student’s average grade (average from the courses completed so far; in the case of 2nd level studies, please provide the grade from the BA diploma and the average of grades from the 1st level studies and the average from 2nd level studies)
  • One academic opinion
  • Students of III year (BAIR) and II year (GPIR) are obliged to receive permission from their supervisor if they want to take part in exchange programme in summer semster
Placement (Trainings Programme)

Students can also take part in the Erasmus Placement programme in EU countries. They can spend from 3 months to 5 months.

For more information, please contact the International Relations Office see www.bwz.uw.edu.pl and also Anita Budziszewska, MA

List of coordinators
  • LLP Erasmus – mgr Anita Budziszewska
  • India –  mgr Aleksandra Jaskólska
  • Israel – mgr Barbara Kratiuk
  • Jordan – mgr Aleksandra Jaskólska
  • Nepal –  mgr Aleksandra Jaskólska
  • China –  mgr Barbara Kratiuk
  • Taiwan – mgr Barbara Kratiuk
  • Japan – mgr Barbara Kratiuk
  • Republic of Korea –  mgr Barbara Kratiuk
  • Americ Latin – mgr Aleksandra Jaskólska
  • USA – mgr Barbara Kratiuk
  • Russia – mgr Linda Masalska
  • Serbia – mgr Barbara Kratiuk
  • Kosovo – dr hab. Jakub Zajączkowski
  • Ukraine – mgr Linda Masalska