Sustainable Development, full-time, second cycle


In power from: 1 Dec 2020

Registration criteria

Qualification rules for candidates with Polish and foreign diplomas

The minimum number of points needed to be qualified: 55

Graduates of at least first-cycle studies may apply for second-cycle (2 years) studies conducted in English language.

Qualification procedure will be conducted on the basis of:

1. Average of grades obtained during previous studies. Maximum number of points: 60

Average of grades will be calculated as follows:

Average of grades

Points

 

Average of grades

Points

< or = 3,00

0

     

> 3,00

1,5

 

> 4,00

31,5

> 3,05

3

 

> 4,05

33

> 3,10

4,5

 

> 4,10

34,5

> 3,15

6

 

> 4,15

36

> 3,20

7,5

 

> 4,20

37,5

> 3,25

9

 

> 4,25

39

> 3,30

10,5

 

> 4,30

40,5

> 3,35

12

 

> 4,35

42

> 3,40

13,5

 

> 4,40

43,5

> 3,45

15

 

> 4,45

45

> 3,50

16,5

 

> 4,50

46,5

> 3,55

18

 

> 4,55

48

> 3,60

19,5

 

> 4,60

49,5

> 3,65

21

 

> 4,65

51

> 3,70

22,5

 

> 4,70

52,5

> 3,75

24

 

> 4,75

54

> 3,80

25,5

 

> 4,80

55,5

> 3,85

27

 

> 4,85

57

> 3,90

28,5

 

> 4,90

58,5

> 3,95

30

 

> 4,95

60

 2. Qualification interview conducted in English language checking candidates' knowledge from the area of sustainable development. Knowledge will be evaluated by the representatives of the Sustainable Development programme.

In case of candidates without a document certifying knowledge of the English language at level at least B2, language assessment will be carried out during the interview. Candidates who do not speak English at least at B2 level will not be considered in the qualification process. The language proficiency of candidates at B2 - CEFR level will be assessed by the representative of the Center for Foreign Language Teacher Training and European Education of the University of Warsaw invited to participate in the recruitment committee.

Issues for the qualification interview

Here are specific questions which will be asked during the exam.

1. The history of sustainable development

2. How do we measure progress

3. The sustainable development goals SDGs

4. Social Inclusion

5. Education for All

6. Health for All

7. Food Security

8. Planetary boundaries and biodiversity

9. Capital approach to sustainable development

10. The role of institutions in building frameworks to measure sustainable development

11. Climate change

12. Sustainable transport


To find the answers to the above questions candidates may look through the following resources:

on-line publication: UNESCO moving forward the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development

website: SDGs Knowledge Platform

 

At the interview the candidate may receive a maximum of 40 points.

Absence in the interview will result in the candidate being unqualified and awarded 0 points on the ranking list.

Maximum number of points from both stages of the qualification procedure: 100.

Minimum number of points needed to be qualified: 55.

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

 

Deadlines

Date of the interview: 12th-13th of July, 2021, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., (interview will be conducted online)

Announcement of results: 16th of July, 2021

Reception of documents:

 

Payments

Application fee

Student's ID payment (ELS)

The studies are payable for citizens of Non-UE/EFTA countries (EEA parties) and Switzerland - tuition fees

 

Required documents

List of required documents submitted by candidates qualified for studies

 

Additional information

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