Profile

  •   International Master
  •   Double-Degree: "Master of Arts" at the CAU Kiel and Master's degree at the Uniwersytet im. Adama Mickiewicza (UAM) in Poznań.
  •   Interdisciplinary approach: Eastern European History, German Philology, Polish Philology, Political Science, Law, German as a Foreign Language
  •    2nd term: term abroad in Kiel for Polish students
  •    3rd term: term abroad in the Department of Polish Philology (Instytut Filologii Polskiej) at the UAM Poznań for German students
  •   Four-week internship in Poland
  •   Improvement of your Polish language skills (required Polish language skills at the start of studies: level A2 according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages)
  •    No tuition fees

 

The focus of the programme is on the intensifying relations between Poland and Germany in the European context.

As future specialists in intercultural issues, you will deal with different methodological and theoretical approaches to German-Polish relations in Europe.

You will deal chiefly with issues from the fields of:

  •   History
  •   German Philology
  •   and Polish Philology

 

These are complemented by issues from the fields of

  •    Political Sciences
  •    Law
  •    Regional and Cultural Studies

 

Whether you are interested in the European history of Humanity and Culture, German-Polish politics or aspects of the different legal systems, this Master imparts thorough competence about Poland.

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Windjammer in the Firth of Kiel, Crane Gate in Gdansk