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European Politics and Economics, full-time, first cycle

Details
Code S1-PEE
Organizational unit Faculty of Political Science and International Studies
Field of studies European Politics and Economics
Form of studies Full-time
Level of education First cycle
Educational profile academic
Language(s) of instruction English
Minimum number of students 20
Admission limit 25
Duration 3 years
Recruitment committee address admission.wnpism@uw.edu.pl
WWW address https://wnpism.uw.edu.pl/
Required document
  • Maturity or equivalent document
  Ask about this programme
There is currently no active phase for this programme.

Past phases in this registration:
  • Phase 1 (15.04.2021 00:00 – 12.05.2021 23:59)

Disciplines:

  • Political Science and Administration,
  • Economics,
  • Legal Science.

European Politics and Economics is an innovative educational program concentrated on the EU policies and the economic dimension of the functioning of the European Union. The main focus is on the economic dimension of the European integration process, which distinguishes this programme from other programs run by the Faculty of Political Science and International Studies at the University of Warsaw. The whole program is run in English.

Completion of the European Politics and Economics program allows the graduates to deepen and systematize knowledge of management issues in the EU, as well as all dimensions of European integration. The program teaches how to make accurate assessment of political, social and economic conditions of EU administration, to analyze and diagnose the relations between different dimensions of integration within the EU, as well as to develop policy strategies.

The student of the program knows and understands the reasons and course of the integration in Europe and the context of the creation of the European Communities. He/she has knowledge of European integration in its economic, political and institutional-legal dimension. The student knows and understands the next stages of the integration process. He/she is able to analyze historical texts (political speeches, declarations, legal acts), and various concepts of EU development, as well as forecast and interpret the opportunities, challenges and threats this organization faces. The student is ready to critically evaluate the political and economic effects of European integration and to participate in the ongoing discussion on the final shape of the united Europe and the territorial borders of the Union.

The program prepares its graduates to conduct business on the EU market, work in lobbying and consulting companies, work in public administration at the governmental and local governmental level, perform official duties in the EU and international structures, work in non-governmental organizations.

The graduates of first-cycle studies in European Politics and Economics have a basic knowledge on functioning of diverse and multifaceted areas of European policy, which enables them to understand the dynamics of political, economic, legal and social changes at the national and supranational level; to develop decision strategies; to analyze attitudes and behaviors of participants of integration processes, their mutual relations and interactions.

Additionally, the graduates have knowledge on the economic aspects of functioning of the European Union and the implemented EU policies. The program provides interdisciplinary education in the field of social science, economics and legal science in the context of European Studies.

Graduates of the European Politics and Economics have the necessary skills to work for the civil service at the governmental, self-governmental and supranational level, to work at non-governmental organizations, EU institutions and agencies, media, cultural institutions.

More information: https://admission.wnpism.uw.edu.pl/

 


Admission rules

 Minimum number of points needed to be qualified: 50

Polish new maturity exam 2005 – 2021

 Minimum number of points needed to be qualified: 50

Obligatory subject

Polish language

basic level x 0,6
or
advanced level x 1

Obligatory subject

Mathematics

basic level x 0,6
or
advanced level x 1

Obligatory subject

One chosen foreign language: English, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Russian, Portuguese, Swedish, Slovak

basic level x 0,6
or
advanced level x 1

Obligatory subject*

One of the following subjects: History, Social studies, Geography, Philosophy, Modern foreign language*, Latin and ancient culture, Greek and ancient culture, Computer science, Physics and astronomy/ Physics, Chemistry, Biology, History of music, History of art

advanced level x 1

weight = 20%

weight = 25%

weight = 30%

weight = 25%

*Languages in columns 3 and 4 must differ

Points are calculated as follows:

W = a * P + b * M + c * J + d * X

where:

W – the final result;
P – result from Polish language;
M – result from Mathematics;
J – result from foreign language;
X - result from additional subject;
a, b, c, d – weights.

Information on documents certifying knowledge of English language. >> Check! <<

Candidates who obtained result in English language at advanced level at Polish maturity exam („new maturity diploma”) lower than 60% are obliged to upload the document certifying English language knowledge (according to the requirements) at the registration account in IRK system (section “Education” – “Certificates and other documents required to start studies”) and contact the Admissions Commission.

 

Old maturity exam

 Minimum number of points needed to be qualified: 50

Obligatory subject

Polish language

basic level x 0,6
or
advanced level x 1
or
undefined level x 0,8

Obligatory subject

Mathematics

basic level x 0,6
or
advanced level x 1
or
undefined level x 0,8

Obligatory subject

One chosen foreign language: English, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Russian

basic level x 0,6
or
advanced level x 1
or
undefined level x 0,8

Obligatory subject*

One of the following subjects: History, Social studies, Geography, Philosophy, Modern foreign language*, Latin and ancient culture, Computer science, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, History of music, History of art

advanced level x 1
or
undefined level x 0,8

weight = 20%

weight = 25%

weight = 30%

weight = 25%

*Languages in columns 3 and 4 must differ

Points are calculated as follows:

W = a * P + b * M + c * J + d * X

where:

W – the final result;
P – result from Polish language;
M – result from Mathematics;
J – result from foreign language;
X - result from additional subject;
a, b, c, d – weights.

Maturity exam after 1991

grade 6 = 100 %
grade 5 = 90 %
grade 4 = 75 %
grade 3 = 50 %
grade 2 = 30 %

Maturity exam until 1991

grade 5 = 100 %
grade 4 = 85 %
grade 3 = 40 %

Important information for candidates with Polish old maturity exam. >> Check! <<

Information on documents certifying knowledge of English language. >> Check! <<

 

International Baccalaureate (IB)

 Minimum number of points needed to be qualified: 50

Obligatory subject

Polish language
or
language A*
or
literature and performance*

standard level (SL) x 0,6
or
higher level (HL) x 1

Obligatory subject

Mathematics

standard level (SL) x 0,6
or
higher level (HL) x 1

Obligatory subject

Modern foreign language

standard level (SL) x 0,6
or
higher level (HL) x 1

Obligatory subject**

One of the following subjects: Modern foreign language, Biology, Chemistry, Philosophy, Physics, Geography, History, Computer science, Latin, Classic Greek, Management, Economics, Psychology, Politics, Anthropology, Information technology in a global society (ITGS), Subject from a group "Art"

higher level (HL) x 1

weight = 20%

weight = 25%

weight = 30%

weight = 25%

*In case of lack of Polish language; languages in column 1 and 3 must differ
**In column 4 candidate can not indicate subjects from columns 1 and 3

Points are calculated as follows:

W = a * P + b * M + c * J + d * X

where:

W – the final result;
P – result from Polish language;
M – result from Mathematics;
J – result from modern foreign language;
X - result from additional subject;
a, b, c, d – weights.

The IB results will be converted according to the table below:

7 = 100%
6 = 90%
5 = 75%
4 = 60%
3 = 45%
2 = 30%

Important information for candidates with IB and EB. >> Check! <<

Information on documents certifying knowledge of English language. >> Check! <<

 

European Baccalaureate (EB)

 Minimum number of points needed to be qualified: 50

Obligatory subject

Polish language
or
L1 language*

basic level x 0,6
or
advanced level x 1

Obligatory subject

Mathematics

basic level x 0,6
or
advanced level x 1

Obligatory subject

Modern foreign language

basic level x 0,6
or
advanced level x 1

Obligatory subject**

One of the following subjects: Modern foreign language, Biology, Chemistry, Philosophy, Physics, Geography, History, Computer science, Latin, Classic Greek, Economics, Arts, Music

advanced level x 1

weight = 20%

weight = 25%

weight = 30%

weight = 25%

*In case of lack of Polish language; languages in columns 1 and 3 must differ
**In column 4 candidate can not indicate subjects from columns 1 and 3

Points are calculated as follows:

W = a * P + b * M + c * J + d * X

where:

W – the final result;
P – result from Polish language;
M – result from Mathematics;
J – result from foreign language;
X - result from additional subject;
a, b, c, d – weights.

The EB results will be converted according to the table below:

9,00 - 10,00 = 100%
8,00 - 8,95 = 90%
7,00 - 7,95 = 75%
6,00 - 6,95 = 60%
5,00 - 5,95 = 45%
4,00 - 4,95 = 30%

Important information for candidates with IB and EB. >> Check! <<

Information on documents certifying knowledge of English language. >> Check! <<

 

Foreign diploma

 Minimum number of points needed to be qualified: 50

Obligatory subject

Polish language
or
original language of maturity (high school) exam

Obligatory subject

Mathematics*

Obligatory subject

Modern foreign language

Obligatory subject**

One of the following subjects: Modern foreign language, History, Social studies, Management, Economics, Psychology, Anthropology, Politics, Geography, Philosophy, Latin, Classic Greek, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Astronomy, Computer science, History of art, History of music

weight = 20%

weight = 25%

weight = 30%

weight = 25%

* In case of lack of Mathematics on high school diploma candidate may indicate one chosen subject from: Biology, Chemistry, Economics,
Physics, Geography, Computer science
**In column 4 candidate can not indicate subjects from columns 1 and 3

Points are calculated as follows:

W = a * P + b * M + c * J + d * X

where:

W – the final result;
P – result from Polish or original language;
M – result from Mathematics;
J – result from modern foreign language;
X - result from additional subject;
a, b, c, d – weights.

Calculation of candidates high school diploma results. >> Check! <<

Information on documents certifying knowledge of English language. >> Check! <<

 

Checking Candidates' competences to undertake studies conducted in English language 

Candidates are obliged to hold an accepted by the UW document confirming English language knowledge at least at B2 level.

Information on documents certifying knowledge of English language. >> Check! <<

 

Deadlines

Announcement of results: 25th of May, 2021

Reception of documents: 

  • I round: 26th-27th of May, 2021
  • II round (in case of not fulfilling the limit during I round): 28th, 31st of May, 2021

 

Payments

Application fee

Student's ID payment (ELS)

The studies are payable - tuition fees

 

Required documents

List of required documents submitted by candidates qualified for studies

 

Additional information

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