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Strategic Peace and Conflict Studies (SPACS) is an innovative and interdisciplinary joint master’s degree program of Collegium Civitas (CC), Warsaw, Poland, and The United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR).
It is aimed at empowering students to:
What distinguishes this program from others is a holistic and practical approach which enables students to develop new ways of thinking about current global problems. After the completion of the program, students will be able to critically analyze current events and policy decisions, and will develop skills needed to effect change both at the community and at the high policy level.
The main goal is to transform students into well-educated and skilled peacebuilders who will be able to assess and lead positive social changes at both the grassroots level and the high-policy level. Therefore, there will be a strong emphasis on personal and professional development of students in the program, which will allow them to respond holistically to a range of challenges faced in the field.
Who enrolls in SPACS??
This program is designed for those who do not want to just observe the world events but who want to take actions that transform societies hit by conflict and different types of violence into societies enjoying high level of positive peace. Those who want to be the leaders of tomorrow are those who enroll in SPACS. The program encourages both current university students (and recent graduates) of such programs as international relations, sociology, psychology, security, art and others, as well as professionals, who want to take their career to the next level, to apply.
Why Collegium Civitas in Warsaw, Poland?
Check out our short video about the program:
The program starts in October 2021.
For international candidates: September 3, 2021.
For Polish residents or foreigners who have been granted a residence permit to settle in Poland: September 10, 2021.
If you want to learn about the admissions process and fees, please visit:
If you want to learn more about the program itself, contact SPACS’ supervisor: ?Katarzyna A. Przyby?a