The Winter School also has a cultural program. Participants tour Warsaw and Wrocław; visiting museums and meeting with representatives of art and culture.
The Jan Nowak-Jeziorański College of Eastern Europe in Wrocław and the Centre for East European Studies UW have been jointly organizing the East European Winter School since 2004. It is (as opposed to the Summer School, which is directed at young researchers) intended for students in their final year of M.A. studies in humanities, from countries formerly part of the USSR and Communist Bloc. The School always takes place March 1-14. We already have over 400 graduates from 15 countries in Central and Eastern Europe.
For many of the Winter School participants it is their first academic trip to Poland. Teaching students in their last year of studies, preparing their M.A. theses and reflecting on the continuation of their studies in the future, affords us the opportunity to achieve far-reaching and permanent results. Many graduates of the Winter School go on to take Eastern Studies or take advantage of other scholarship programs.
Lecturers of the Winter School have included, among others: Jan Nowak-Jeziorański (Warsaw), Bohdan Osadczuk (Berlin), Leopold Unger (Brussels), Andrzej Wajda (Warsaw), Jerzy Pomianowski (Kraków), Jerzy Stępień (Warsaw), Elżbieta Stadtmueller (Wrocław), Andrzej Ananicz (Warsaw), Erics Jekabsons (Riga), Cornelius Ochmann (Berlin), Jan Holzer (Brno), Mykoła Riabczuk (Kiev), Rustis Komuntavicius (Kovno), Imre Molnar (Budapest).
Warsaw East European Winter School is for students of the lat year of MA studies in humanities, who are not older that 25 years old and who are writing their master thesis in the field of history or present problems of East-Central Europe (history, political sciences, international relations, philology, sociology, literature, studies in culture, ethnology, geography, law, economy).
Classes in the frames of the School will be held in WARSAW and WROCŁAW March 1-14 2017.
- Colledge of Eastern Europe, Palace in Wojnowice, 2 Zamkowa str, 55-330 Wojnowice
- Centre for East European Studies UW, 26/28 Krakowskie Przedmieście str., 00-927 Warsaw
Deadline for applications is January 20 2017․
Organisers: Studium Europy Wschodniej
Tel.: 22 55 21 888
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