Political Sciences

Faculty of Political Sciences

Master in Comparative Politics

The two-year master programme in Comparative Politics taught in English emphasizes both the theoretical and the empirical dimensions of Central, Eastern and South-East Europe politics and society. Students take part in small seminaries, receiving the close attention of faculty members who have earned distinction as scholars and teachers.

The curriculum focuses on the historical roots of political processes, explores how can democratic institutions and practices be generated, challenged and sustained, recognizes and copes with the particular features of the area, yet studying them in a wide comparative perspective.

Accredited by Romanian higher education authorities, the programme has been designated a political science resource by the Academic Fellowship Program within the Higher Education Support Program of the Open Society Institute.

As of the fall of 2010, the MA programme is organized jointly with the Université Libre de Bruxelles (Belgium) and the Uniwersytet Wrocławski (Poland). A double degree will be granted to students spending half of their programme in one of the partner institutions.

More details on the curriculum and the admission procedure on www.fspub.ro.








Last updated at: February 23, 2012.