Current Students

Academic information

Study plan


Studying successfully:

  • earning sufficient credits (120 ECTS)

84 ECTS


Compulsory courses

Krakow - 8 courses

Brno - 3 courses

Pecs - 4 courses

Banska Bystrica - 4 courses

36 ECTS


Optional courses

Krakow - 4 courses

Brno - 1-2 courses

Pecs - 1 course

Banska Bystrica - 2 courses

  • make effective choices of courses with a view of earning the required number of credits

Reccomended study plan

Semester   ECTS  Compulsory Courses Optional Courses
1. [Krakow]
(30 ECTS)

3
3
3
3
3

2
1
0

International Relations since 1945
Current Developments in International Public Law
International Financial Markets
Theory of International Relations
Culture and Society in Contemporary Europe. Dilemmas of Identity and Pluralism
Some Central European Ideas that Have Mattered
Intellectual property. Legal standards and protection
Safety in workplace (BHP)

4
(12 ETCS)

2. [Brno]
(30 ECTS)
8
8
8
VIS401 European Governance and Multilevel Politics
VIS402 Transformation of Central and Eastern Europe
EUP413 Europe in Global Economy

1 -2
(6 ETCS)

3. [Pecs]
(30 ECTS)

6
6
6

6

Political Culture in CEECs – with a special focus on Hungary
V4 in transition - focusing on the question of Hungarian democracy
International Political Economy – the V4 States and the Economic Transformation
Ecopolicy and sustainable development
1
(6 ECTS)
4. [Banska Bystrica]
(30 ECTS)
5
5
5
5
Political system of Visegrad countries
Geopolitics of V4 Countries
Economic integration of Europe
Europe and internal/external borders
2
(10 ECTS)

The number of optional courses for each semester is only a recommendation, students may choose another strategy how to distribute the number of optional courses during the academic year, with respect to the overall required number of credits for optional courses and the mininum required number of credits per academic year.

Optional courses

Code Name
ESS412 Academics Skills Review
ESS413 Energy Law
EVS464 The Schengen Roadmap: adapting EU’s justice and home affairs to new challenges
EVS465 Brexit: Politics, Policies and Processes
MEB418 Energy Security of Visegrad Countries
MVZ497 Introduction to linear models
VIS411 Comparative Politics of EU countries 
VIS413 Europe and Global Politics