Study programmes offered in Polish – 2018/2019

for Polish nationals and the non-Polish nationals who enrol pursuant to the rules applicable to Polish nationals

» 1st cycle and long-cycle, full-time

» 2nd cycle, full-time


» 2nd cycle, part-time

» Full offer of 2017/2018 study programmes published in the OAS

Catalogue of Jagiellonian University programmes offering admission in 2017/2018 academic year was published on the Online Application System website.

Catalogue can be accessed at and provides information about qualification criteria for first-, long-, and second-cycle programmes taught in Polish and in foreign languages.

Please refer to the study offer for information about detailed qualification criteria. Information about next year admission schedule, number of places available, tuition fees, and required documents will be published by the end of December 2016. Due to the adjustment of the education offer and possible reorganisation of selected programmes, please check information in the 2017/2018 catalogue frequently, as they are subject to change. Information on qualification criteria you may also find on Qualification criteria 2017/2018 website.


The Faculty of Management and Social Communication offers a wide variety of programmes covering various aspects of management, ranging from well-established specialities, such as, inter alia, company management, personnel management, human resources management and quality management to the modern management in tourism and sport and the humanized public sector management, including civil service management and culture management. The offer also includes study programmes in economy, such as applied economy and international economy. As far as social communication is concerned, the programmes offered are: applied psychology, journalism and social communication, information and library science, and film studies. Finally, the Faculty offers the programme: electronic information processing, which combines humanities with computer science. It is run in collaboration with the JU Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science.

It should be stressed that in all the fields of study run by the Faculty, much attention is paid to the legal issues related to entrepreneurship, including intellectual property and competition protection. The above issues are also the subject of separate non-degree post-diploma study programmes.

Admissions: step by step

Please refer to the Online Application System website ( for up to date information about our study offer and qualification criteria.

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