Thanks to philosophical studies at Jesuit University Ignatianum in Cracow, a student is able to identify basic types of methods and arguments used in the philosophical discourse as well as to carry out internal and external critical analysis. The studies develop the ability to think in a rational and critical-analytical way. They enable students to understand the functioning of various sectors of social life. The students are taught to express their thoughts precisely, both in spoken and written forms, as well as to conduct constructive discussion.
Philosophy graduates can find employment in the press as editorial offices, in publishing houses, and cultural, educational and administrative institutions. During the course of studies they acquire a number of skills which are highly valued by employers, including so-called soft skills, such as teamwork, persuasive skills, conflict solving skills, and the ability to motivate others. All this enables the graduates to find their place in companies and businesses, in HR and management sections.