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Jagiellonian University in Kraków

address: Department of Admissions
ul. Gołębia 24, room 18
31-007 Kraków, Poland
phone: +48 12 663 14 01
+48 12 663 14 08
+48 12 663 14 41, 14 81
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MA in International Security and Development




4 semesters (2 years)



ECTS points



ISAD aims at fostering creative thinking about complex problems of global security and development, as well as to equip students with analytical tools, language expertise, and cross-cultural understanding. It also helps gain professional skills needed for managing global security and development in an international environment. The programme provides not only theoretical, but also practical knowledge, as Polish and international academic staff and practitioners are part of ISAD's team. The courses and modules we outline are divided into two major categories: mandatory modules prevailing in the first two semesters will give students a solid foundation in security and development studies. Academic tracks courses taught in the third and fourth semesters will provide more focused knowledge and competence in student's chosen area. Apart from these, there are a number of optional courses offered every year, as well as a language course in one of the following languages: German, French, and Polish.


4 000 EUR per annum
Twenty-four students on the top of recruitment list in the academic year 2018/2019 will receive scholarships fully covering tuition fee cost for the whole two years programme.
Additionally, fifteen international students will receive around 350 EUR merit scholarships in order to cover living costs in Krakow.


Please contact the unit.


ISAD Office Address:
17 Sławkowska Street room 25
31-016 Kraków, Poland
Magdalena Obłoza
+48 519 068 330



Jagiellonian University

education requirements

BA diploma in social sciences, humanities, and other relevant fields

other requirements

Documented command of English language at least on the B2 level specified by the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages. English native speakers or graduates from study programmes where English was the language of instruction are exempted from the requirement of the certificate.