In accordance with Bologna process, the studies at the Institute of Journalism and Management are divided into two cycles: bachelor’s and master’s degree.

Studies at the undergraduate level last 3 years (6 semesters) and after graduation students receive a Bachelor of Arts (BA) degree. Our academic programme accentuates that students should posses basic knowledge and professional competencies After 4 semesters of attaining general competency, from the 5th semester on students start intensive practical workshops in a chosen specialization field.

The undergraduate studies are supplemented with active practices/internships at local, national media outlets and different institutions.

The graduate studies (MA studies) of Journalism and Social Communication like Management last 2 years (4 semesters) and its graduates receive a title of Master of Arts in Journalism and Social Communication or Management. Graduates of MA Journalism and Social Communication studies are equipped with suitable theoretical interdisciplinary knowledge and practical journalistic skills owing to a wide variety of workshops. They possess academic skills necessary for designing scientific research and extensive professional skills for reflexive and practical journalistic work pertaining to finding and solving theoretical and practical problems. Graduates are prepared for work in various media environments  and their education can be continued during other post-graduate courses and doctoral studies. Depending on the chosen specialization at our institute, they possess competencies for work as: press, television, or Radio journalists, editors of web portals, journalistic researchers, promotion and marketing specialists, spokespersons, Event Managers, masters of ceremony, sound directors, camera operators, press photographers.

Over 250 students from Poland, Ukraine, Belarus, Russia, and from international student exchanges (f. in. Spain, China) are currently taking part in undergraduate and graduate courses at the Institute of the Journalism and Social Communication. Classes are conducted both in Polish and in English due to the specificity of the journalistic profession.