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The programme is dedicated mainly to international applicants. Our BSc Medical Biology programme has been designed as an academic bridge (premedical studies) for students interested in pursuing a career as physicians who have never taken introductory natural sciences courses. The programme advances students’ knowledge necessary for entry into the professional programmes in medicine and fulfils the MD programme requirements.

The graduate of the BSc  Medical Biology programme knows basic disciplines of biology and biomedical sciences, including developmental biology, microbiology, human anatomy, parasitology, genetics with elements of human genetics, radiology, elements of pathophysiology, basics of pharmacology, the biochemistry of nutrition, applied biology in medicine, biological basics of herbal medicine, the physical basis of instrumental diagnostics and physiotherapy, human immunology with elements of virology, pharmacological botany, biomaterial engineering in medicine, and biochemical methods in clinical analysis.

The studies in Business Analytics at the Faculty of Economics UMCS are interdisciplinary. The course aims to provide students with comprehensive knowledge of business (e.g. Economics, Management, Marketing, Law, Finance, Accounting, e-business, Project Management), quantitative subjects (e.g. Calculus, Business Statistics, Econometrics) as well as analytical methods and tools (e.g. Data Mining, Big Data, Business Intelligence, Geographical Information Systems, Advanced Spreadsheets, Python Programming, Data Visualization, Database). Students will develop skills needed in an analyst's work (e.g. Analytical Project, Soft Skills and Communication Training, Business Simulation). The course is practical, i.e. to a large extent, it is based on the experience of business practitioners and problem-solving related to business practice. The course program covers a six- month work placement that allows students to gain professional practical experience during their studies. Students will be introduced, among others, to business simulations reflecting the dynamics of economic processes that will help them make decisions and observe results.  The course's program draws on extensive use of online database available for the Faculty of Economics of UMCS.

The programme is dedicated mainly to international applicants. It aims to prepare staff for services in the tourism sector, one of the most rapidly developing branches in the world economy. The programme is designed to provide students with an understanding of tourist phenomena' diverse conditions in the varied natural and cultural environments. It also enables them to plan and organize different tourist activities and provide services related to tourist traffic.

The programme consists of two compulsory modules, which enable students to learn the tourism industry mechanisms and frame their organizational skills in the tourism domain. Apart from that, the programme offers elective modules targeted at the individual interests of students.

The programme, which draws on both natural and social sciences, can be described as multidisciplinary (diverse classes provide students with knowledge and abilities necessary for multidimensional perception of tourism phenomena and organizing of tourist activities in varied circumstances), flexible (enabling individual ways of development) and covering the broad cultural context.

International Relations is a programme for those who wish to combine a thirst for knowledge with personal development while also creating attractive future employment opportunities. We offer interdisciplinary study aimed especially at people interested in the world around them and the processes shaping it. International relations are activities, processes, and events of a transborder nature, which means they are not contained within states’ borders. Nowadays, globalization and integration processes require that anyone involved in pol­itics, business, culture, or social life be familiar with international relations. Therefore, the demand for academic knowledge of the subject increases, translating into good prospects for attractive employment. Among the numerous work possibilities available for our graduates are diplomacy, international trade, international projects, and international organizations.

The Programme is designed to provide students with knowledge, skills, and competencies in intercultural communication. These qualifications are essential and desirable in today’s labour market and essential for success in educational institutions. The Programme is addressed to Polish students who wish to study in English in an international environment and international students interested in MA studies in Poland with English as instruction.  By participating in the courses, students will acquire knowledge about the world's cultural diversity, an understanding of multicultural problems in the era of global economic and educational migration, and necessary intercultural competences and skills.

  •  Data Science

Data Science is a field of study where the main goal is to prepare highly qualified employees for a rapidly developing economy and modern society, with competences in efficient and effective economic phenomena analysis. The analysis of economic phenomena in dynamically changing market and economic conditions is an aspect that gives a competitive advantage, which can often be key in developing a strong market position of the company.

Data Science studies are interdisciplinary in nature, combining elements of the economic system and IT technology.

The studies cover subjects of management, economics, IT, statistics referring to the analysis of economic phenomena, econometric forecasts, and the use of complex IT systems to optimize analyses and forecasting. These studies are included in the area of ​​knowledge classified as social sciences and exact sciences.

The second-cycle studies in Data Science aim to expand the knowledge of students in management and mathematical sciences and improve the ability to use the acquired knowledge in professional work in the fields related to the field of study.


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 The project is financed by the Polish National Agency for Academic Exchange.