Double Degree Master in International Relations: International History and Security Studies with West Virginia University


Area of Studies

social sciences



Degree (in English)

Double Degree Master in International Relations

  • English
Course Duration

2 years

ECTS points



Collegium Civitas

Tuition and Other Fees

Application fee 85 PLN
Tuition fee (per semester) 6700 PLN
Tuition fee (per semester in installments) 5 x 1380 PLN

Application Deadline(s)

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Course Description

Course Profile

This double degree programme starts in October 2018 at Collegium Civitas, where students will spend two semesters taking core modules in International History and Security Studies with special focus on Central and Eastern Europe, the European Union and its external relations, issues related to terrorism, energy security and sustainable development. After the first year students will spend a further two semesters at West Virginia University the following courses in international history, with elective courses in ethics in global politics, history of intelligence, foreign policy, history of dictatorships and democratization, human rights, international law and environmental challenges. Graduates from the programme will receive two M.A. degrees: an M.A. in History from WVU and a Magister degree in International Relations from CC.

Education Requirements

Holders of bachelor diplomas may apply for the Master programs. A certificate of proficiency in English for foreigners is required (unless the bachelor or high school courses were taught in English).
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Other Requirements

• CV
• A writing sample (a motivation letter or an essay of max. 800 words)
• Three recommendation letters by people familiar with their academic performance and/ or involvement in extracurricular activities
• The results of the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) or International English Language Testing System (not needed for native English speakers)
• Transcripts with a minimum 3.0 GPA on a 4-point scale at WVU and a minimum of 3.75 GPA on a 5-point scale


Collegium Civitas
Palace of Culture and Science, 12th floor,
1 Defilad Square, 00-901 Warsaw, Poland
tel. 48 22 656 71 87 (Reception),
tel. 48 22 656 71 89 (Admissions office);
fax 48 22 656 71 75
Admissions office:


Collegium Civitas


Palace of Culture and Science,
12th floor Plac Defilad 1
00-901 Warsaw, Poland

phone: +48 620 28 78

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