Program Details

Compulsory Courses: - Eastern and Cenral Europe (ECE): the History of the 20th Century - ECE: the Political System - ECE: the Economic Transformation - Methodical seminar - Nationalism and Its Manifestations in ECE - ECE and European Integration - ECE: Re
Location:
Vilnius, Lithuania
Program Type:
Study Abroad
Degree Level:
Graduate
Term:
Academic Year, Winter Semester

Program Overview

Program Description:
Learn the particularities of Eastern and Central Europe (ECE) in a 1,5 year long programme which provides knowledge and skills enabling to conduct independent analysis and evaluation of developments in ECE countries and in the region as a whole.

Compulsory Courses: - Eastern and Cenral Europe (ECE): the History of the 20th Century - ECE: the Political System - ECE: the Economic Transformation - Methodical seminar - Nationalism and Its Manifestations in ECE - ECE and European Integration - ECE: Regional Integration - Master's Seminar Elective Courses - ECE: Energy Security Issues - Conflict in International Law: Selected problems in ECE - The History of holocaust in ECE - Belarus Studies - Visegrad Group Studies - Baltic States Studies - Russia Studies.

- Opportunity to study in the leading Lithuanian political science institution; - Possibility to gain an "insider's" perspective on the processes that are taking place both in Lithuania and its neighboring countries; - Studies in an academic environment which comprises both 425-year-old academic traditions and modern teaching and learning methods; - Possibility to visit the countries studied; - Opportunity to learn languages of the region.
Setting Description:
In Vilnius, students are at the core of Lithuania‘s vibrancy. As the capital of Lithuania, Vilnius has just the right balance between the senses of a modern European capital brimming with life and great opportunities to chill out in the nearby beautiful countryside. Vilnius offers home to thousands of students and due to its low living costs yet allows an exceptionally high standard of living that renders possible to enjoy the local diversity of cultural events.
Cost:
1060 EUR per semester.

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