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Programme info

Field of study:
Ecology and Evolution

Faculty of Biology

Programme type:
graduate (second-cycle)

Study mode: full-time

Title: magister
(equivalent of master's degree)

Tuition fee: yes (the detailed information will be provided later)

Number of semesters: 4 (2 years)

Language of instruction: English

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Ecology and Evolution

Programme description

The general academic Master’s degree studies Ecology and Evolution are addressed to English-speaking undergraduate students who seek specialist education in contemporary ecological and evolutionary issues. Our experienced staff, familiarized with international, cross-cultural academic environment, imparts deepened and always updated theoretical and applicable knowledge with putting stress upon team work, developing problem-solving skills and planning field and experimental research. The unique, interdisciplinary study programme provides a large number of practical activities in well equipped, modern laboratories. The student gains a broad understanding of ecological and evolutionary principles and enters a path to become a successful scientist who can publish results of self-conducted research in recognised international scientific journals. He/she acquires adaptive social and managerial competences along with a design mindset—so as to utilize ecological knowledge in practical environmental conservation and resources management.

Graduate’s profile

Graduates become effective scientists able to set up experiments and research (including field research/work) using appropriate and modern methods, analyse obtained results, write scientific papers and reports and prepare their spoken or graphic presentations. Accomplishment of two year studies allows employment either in dynamically evolving public or private sectors worldwide: laboratories, public administration, governmental agencies, various types of research units as well as non-governmental and private organisations.

Qualification rules

Detailed information on qualification rules for the 2020/2021 academic year will be provided later.


Detailed information on application and tuition fees for the 2020/2021 academic year will be provided later.

Contact us

Phone: +48 12 664 68 75; +48 12 664 51 24