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  • Updated: 
    10 years 46 weeks ago

    Global forces and local reactions. Perspective of Central and Eastern Europe

    Over the past few decades, social and political life has undergone some dramatic developments... Read the full program summary here.

  • Updated: 
    11 years 11 weeks ago

    The spiritual leader of the Tibetans His Holiness Dalai Lama visited Wroclaw in December 2008. As one of the volunteers coordinating his visit to Wroclaw the undersigned, and the rest of Erasmus Mundus Global Studies students in Wroclaw were granted a unique chance to attend a meeting during which Dalai Lama spoke to six thousand young people about tolerance.

  • Updated: 
    11 years 15 weeks ago
    Corresponding to the increasing intertwining of global trade, economic but also political relations, particularly since the late 19th century, many policy areas and problems emerged for which institutions above the level of nation states have been regarded as the necessary and possibly only facilitators.
  • Updated: 
    11 years 34 weeks ago

    Students graduated this year are invited to the Graduation Ceremony that will be held in Leipzig on 8th November.

Erasmus Mundus Global Studies

On this webpage we would like to present to you the University of Wroclaw and the Erasmus Mundus Global Studies Program (EMGS). The project, which began in 2005, is supported by the European Commission and is a two years Master's Course. It is offered to students who are interested in analyzing the social, cultural and historical contexts of globalization processes.

This curriculum acts as a forum for interdisciplinary debate, focusing on the European perspective.

The EMGS is active within five European universities: the London School of Economics (UK), the University of Leipzig (Germany), the University of Vienna (Austria), the University of Roskilde (Denmark), University of Ghent (Belgium) and the University Wrocław (Poland) - with six partner universities in Canada (Dalhousie), USA (Santa Barbara, University of California), South Africa (Stellenbosch), Australia (Macquarie, Sydney), China (Fudan Shanghai), India (Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi)

Information on the webpage are addressed to students, who spend at least one semester of EMGS in Wroclaw. You find here details on the program, procedures and life in the city of Wroclaw and Poland.

If you look for information on the whole Global Studies consortium and programs of all universities, please visit the website: