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Cultural Communication

Full time Bachelor’s course

Duration:3 years (6 semesters)
Deadline:Application from April to July 30th
ECTS points:180
Tuition: information
Instituion:Faculty of Languages



You will learn about information flow and its management that takes place in languages, literature, arts, media and culture. You will acquire skills such as effective communication in fluent English and conversational Polish, soft skills indispensable for work in cultural and artistic institutions at the national and international level; organizational skills necessary for team work, the ability to design, plan and manage projects in institutions of art and culture, such as theatres, agencies, foundations, associations, departments of culture in local government institutions, as well as skills necessary to organize artistic events and festivals.

Study program allows you to dive into concern culture, literature and linguistics, which lead to a deeper understanding European literature and culture, literature in English, 20th and 21st national and immigrant literature in English. You will be able to combine the focus on global English speaking culture and the local culture of Gdańsk as a central European port city with a multi-national history – the city which is home to many internationally recognized contemporary artists and writers.

You will experience not only intensive language practice in English and Polish in a variety of registers and professional situations, but also education in local and global literature and culture, visual and audiovisual arts. You will be equipped with tools necessary for the analysis and interpretation of literary texts, theatrical productions, and works of art as well as other cultural phenomena: media, politics and intercultural communication. You will learn linguistic and artistic communication, social psychology, journalism, economics and geography of culture. The program will also get you a good knowledge of information conventions and technologies, as well as modern anthropology.