Master in

strategic peace and conflict studies

UN Photo / Loey Felipe

About

Strategic Peace and Conflict Studies (SPACS) is an innovative and interdisciplinary joint programme of Collegium Civitas (CC) and The United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR). 

The programme has been developed following the Memorandum of Understanding signed in June 2020 and is based on the experience and know-how of both institutions. SPACS is the first programme of this kind in Poland, and one of the very few in Europe.

SPACS combines the knowledge from such fields as: international relations, sociology, psychology, international law, economy, human rights, security studies, and others to generate a comprehensive body of knowledge, and to arrive with 21st century solutions to 21st century problems.

About

Strategic Peace and Conflict Studies (SPACS) is an innovative and interdisciplinary joint programme of Collegium Civitas (CC) and The United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR). 

The programme has been developed following the Memorandum of Understanding signed in June 2020 and is based on the experience and know-how of both institutions. SPACS is the first programme of this kind in Poland, and one of the very few in Europe.

SPACS combines the knowledge from such fields as: international relations, sociology, psychology, international law, economy, human rights, security studies, and others to generate a comprehensive body of knowledge, and to arrive with 21st century solutions to 21st century problems.

“When I look at the world events, I am more and more certain that nothing is more important than understanding peace in all of its dimensions and knowing the ways how to build it in all the spheres of our lives. In SPACS program we do our best to help students become knowledgeable and skilled peacebuilders ready to make changes both at the local and the international level.”

Ms. Katarzyna A. Przybyła, Head of Strategic Peace and Conflict Studies.

Collegium Civitas.

Curriculum

SPACS is designed for those who do not want to just observe the world events but who want to take actions that transform societies hit by conflict and different types of violence into societies enjoying high level of positive peace. Those who want to be the leaders of tomorrow are those who enroll in SPACS. The programme encourages both current university students (and recent graduates) of such programs as international relations, sociology, psychology, security, art and others, as well as professionals, who want to take their career to the next level, to apply.

2

years

European Economic and political intergration

Applications are open throughout the year and students are accepted on a rolling basis. However, deadlines exist to be consideredfor a specific semester.

European Economic and political intergration