• Graduate certificates

    Graduate certificates

    Taught in Polish : the Public Relations Programme, and the new Social Innovation in the Economy Programme

    Taught in Polish : the Public Relations Programme, and the new Social Innovation in the Economy Programme

  • MA Programme

    MA Programme

    MA in Society and Politics ; MA in Economy and Society ; MA in Culture, Media and Society.

    MA in Society and Politics ;
    MA in Economy and Society ;
    MA in Culture, Media and Society.

  • PhD Programme

    PhD Programme

    The PhD programmes is available in three variants: full-time; part-time; and as a dual diploma programme with Lancaster University.

    The PhD programmes is available in three variants: full-time; part-time; and as a dual diploma programme with Lancaster University.

  • Dual PhD

    Dual PhD

    PhD diplomas from both Warsaw and Lancaster for a single thesis!

    PhD diplomas from both Warsaw and Lancaster
    for a single thesis!

About us

The Graduate School for Social Research (GSSR) at the Institute of Philosophy and Sociology of the Polish Academy of Sciences educates students at the postgraduate level. We offer  programmes giving the possibility of obtaining a British Master of Arts degree from Lancaster University, and as well as programmes leading to a doctorate awarded by the Institute of Philosophy and Sociology of the Polish Academy of Sciences or a doctorate awarded by both the Institute of Philosophy and Sociology of the Polish Academy of Sciences and Lancaster University. Students who successfully complete our postgraduate programme requirements  giving the possibility of obtaining...

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ifis

The Institute of Philosophy and Sociology is one of the research centres of the Polish Academy of Sciences. The Institute’s primary objective is to carry out advanced research in philosophy and sociology as well as in cognitive and communication fields. Apart from its research activity the Institute is engaged in education, publishing and popularisation of science.

lancaster

The growing reputation of Lancaster is reflected by high rankings year on year in each of the UK’s major university league tables.
Now approaching our 50th year, we’re proud of our international reputation as a centre for excellence in teaching and research, and of the support and positive feedback that we receive from our students.

tgc

Based on the principle that public-private collaboration is essential to find lasting solutions to pressing global problems, the Foundation provides funds for projects seeking to: Raise awareness of the UN Global Compact; Deepen stakeholder’s engagement in it; and Assist participants to undertake partnerships & implement the UN Global Compact’s 10 Principles.

open

The Open Society Foundations first began in 1979 when George Soros was able to decide that he had enough money and could pursue his ambition of establishing open societies in place of authoritarian forms of government. “Open society is based on the recognition that our understanding of the world is inherently imperfect.” “What is imperfect can be improved.”

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