Transatlantic Studies is a two-year full-time interdisciplinary program, which comparatively examines ever-changing relationships between culture and politics in the international context. Upon completion of the studies, students earn a degree in Cultural Studies with a major in Transatlantic Studies. The international atmosphere of the program gives students an opportunity to learn not just from scholarly materials, but also from their fellow students' diverse experiences of and perspectives on our ever-changing and increasingly connected world. The program recognizes and supports benefits of close, mentoring relationship between faculty and students aimed at the development of a variety of intellectual and professional skills. Learning alongside students from all continents challenges students to think outside of their own preconceived notions of the world; this is critical for helping students move beyond American, Western or regional perspectives and develop more global ones.
Graduates of TAS combine broad knowledge about the contemporary world with unique analytical skills and the ability to think critically. They have no problems finding employment in diplomacy, international institutions, non-governmental organizations, at all levels of public administration, from local to central, as well as in media and publishing.
Candidates will be placed on the ranking list according to their registration date and time within the scheduled registration period.
The application fee is 20 USD (or 75 PLN, or 18 EUR). The fee is paid separately for each registration and each registration has its own bank account number assigned for the payment.
- tuition for the first year: 2 500 EUR (approx. 3 000 USD)
- tuition for the second year: 2 500 EUR (approx. 3 000 USD)
Tuition is paid in the amount for one semester, no later than by the first day of classes.
Phone: +48 12 429 61 57
About the School
The Jagiellonian University is the oldest higher education institution in Poland and one of the oldest in Europe. It was founded on 12 May 1364 by the Polish king Casimir the Great. The Jubilee year 2 ... Read More