Institute of Political Science and Journalism

We are a leading institute for over 40 years graduates for political institutions, local, regional and international organizations as well as media and security. On the courses taught at our Institute you will learn the understanding of local, state, regional and global phenomena and processes. Our employees have extensive knowledge of the politics, security, media and international relations, which enables them to understand the dynamics of political and social change as well as national and international decision-making strategies. They conduct research projects in cooperation with national and foreign centers and work closely with the external environment. Taking into account the specificities of particular directions, special emphasis is placed on workshop classes and practices, where you will be able to familiarize yourself with the secrets of the work of a journalist, a politician, a specialist working in public institutions. Our first-cycle studies cover the following subjects: National and international security, Political and public affairs, Journalism and social communication, Political science. Master's programs include Journalism and Social Communication and Political Science.
More information on the Institute website: www.inpidz.us.edu.pl
 
Director of the Institute of Political Science and Journalism:
Prof. Dr hab. Mariusz Kolczyński
Tel. 32 359-21-29,
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Secretariat of the Institute of Political Science and Journalism
Tel. 32 359 12 71, 32 359 21 31
 
Departments at the Institute of Political Science and Journalism:

Department of Political Theory and Political Thought;
Department of Journalism;
Department of International Relations;
Department of Social Communication;
Department of Political Systems of Highly Developed States;
Department of Political Systems of Poland and Central and Eastern European Countries;
Department of Social Policy;
Department of Behavioral Research;
Department of International Communications and Media Systems
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