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Health and safety guidelines for the Institute of Cultural Studies for the winter semester of 2020/2021

 

 

 

 

 

   

Wearing a face mask or a visor during breaks and in common areas such as corridors;
 Keeping safe social distance (1.5m);
 Students are allowed to take only designated seats in classrooms. Each classroom has seats for a limited number of people;
 Each teacher is obliged to call the roll and make an attendance list for each class they teach;
 Using hand sanitizers available at the entrance to the building, classrooms, and other rooms (At the entrance to the building, classrooms, and other rooms students should be able to find information (both in Polish and English) on how to use the hand sanitizer);
 After the class is finished teachers should open the windows in the classroom;
 If students have several classes in a row in the same classroom, they should stay in the classroom even during breaks. In other cases students should leave classrooms during breaks.
 Only students who feel well and have no respiratory infections are allowed to participate in classes and lectures.
 Students should leave the institute building as soon as they have finished their classes and lectures;
 Please report SARS-CoV-2 infections by e-mail to the head of the Institute of Cultural Studies to ensure the safety of others;
 We encourage you to call or email the dean's office and other offices in the Institute;
 The Head of the Institute of Cultural Studies recommends following current health and safety guidelines published by the Chief Sanitary Inspector.
Contact details:
Wojewódzka Stacja Sanitarno-Epidemiologiczna w Białymstoku, ul. Legionowa 8,
15-099 Białystok, phone number: 85 740 85 40

 

 


CULTURAL STUDIES

GIVES YOU OPPORTUNITIES

 

Nowadays Cultural Studies is one of the most prospective courses. It allows you to gain broad knowledge, it teaches you creative activity which is now a significant element in your career development. Cultural Studies graduates, as the research conducted by professor Richard Cichocki from Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań shows, perform really well on the job market because Cultural Studies gives them opportunities to take up different jobs and find an attractive position.

                Culture experts work as TV, newspaper, radio and Internet journalists. They deal with advertisement and public relations. They are culture animators in museums, community centres and art galleries. They become artists. They find job at universities. They work in banking and trade usually as specialists in social communication.

The Culture Studies candidate should remember that this course gives opportunities which each person should notice and make use of on his or her own. During the whole education one can learn a foreign language and basics of journalism, learn about the know-how of conducting a field research, ways of analysing media coverage and the rules concerning professional photography, controlling the camcorder or using graphic programmes, as well as many other useful skills. Apart from acquiring particular practical skills, students will also learn about philosophy, culture anthropology and theory of culture, history of art and film, history and theory of theatre. It teaches abstract thinking, creative insight on the world around us and most of all fast learning of the new things. They are all the most useful skills on the unstable labour market.

 

 

BACHELOR'S DEGREE

          MASTER'S DEGREE

 

 T2

MEDIA
AND COMMUNICATION

      

T3

ADVERTISING
AND PUBLIC RELATIONS

           

T1

CULTURAL TOURISM

                
      

T4

COMMUNICATION
IN DIGITAL MEDIA

 
   

T6

FILM AND MEDIA
STUDIES

           

T5

CULTURE OF PODLASIE

 


 

    

  50 / 50

            
 
 
50 SHADES OF CULTURAL STUDIES
50 YEARS OF PHILOLOGICAL FACULTY UWB