The purpose of the public governance major is to provide students with the knowledge and skills they will need to find employment in state administration bodies and institutions involved in local social activities (NGOs), political (local government entities) and business (business institutions and enterprises) life.
Alongside general and professional competence in the field of governance, public institutions, administration, European law and human rights, the program also features supplementary courses to boost the attractiveness of studies, such as the module of soft and social skills, practical tasks accomplished within the framework of the FUTURE CHANGEMAKERS summer school, classes in English for Specific Purposes and modern teaching methods (teaching games, e-learning/b-learning). Students will also be involved in an interesting job placements program conducted by the Faculty of Political
- Good Governence and Civil Society
Example of courses
- Comparative Politics
- Democracy and State Politics in Europe
- The Art of International Negotiation
- The EU as a Global Actor
- Democracy promotion
- Crisis Managment in Public Sector
- Smart City - local governance and social space
- Organization and Managment
you will acquire useful knowledge necessary to work in public institutions.
You will learn how to obtain and use EU funds.
You will acquire soft and social skills.
Graduating with a degree in State Management you will be able to start working in:
- public institutions, ministries and central offices,
- provincial offices,
- local government units,
- associations, foundations, European institutions.