Kraków, Poland

Complexity of Asian International Relations in the 21st Century

when 1 July 2024 - 12 July 2024
language English
duration 2 weeks
credits 2 EC
fee EUR 650

Asia, or the Indo-Pacific region (better said) is a perfect example of complex relations. One definitely hast to make an analysis on different levels, namely transnational, international and systemic, but also see at different dimensions and networks building those relations.

Course leader

Prof. Marcin Grabowski, Jagiellonian University (Poland)

Target group

The course is intended for students of all levels.

Course aim

This course aims at providing students with basic knowledge of the complex international relations of Asia including introduction to geography, demography, socio-cultural, economic and strategic situation of the region. The role of the PRC, Japan, Korean Peninsula, Southeast Asia and the United States, as well as regional organizations may also be discussed.

Fee info

EUR 650: The participant pays fees for:
a) participation in three selected courses with accommodation (7 days) and meals EUR 650
b) participation in three selected courses without accommodation with meals EUR 570
c) participation in three selected courses with accommodation (7 days) without meals EUR 620
d) participation in three courses without accommodation and meals EUR 450
e) each subsequent course EUR 150
f) optional trip EUR 50


No scholarships will be provided.