University of Warsaw / Faculty of Political Science and International Studies / Institute of Political Science

Political Science, spec. Undergraduate Programme in Political Science, 2ND ROUND

Level of study: first-cycle Form of study: full-time Duration: 3 years

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Enrollment

from 2017-08-01 to 2017-09-13 23:59:59

Language

English

Description

 

The minimum number of persons admitted (within all paths of qualifications) to being the subject of study start: 15

The programme in political science provides a comprehensive and academic education to flexibly and effectively adapt to ever-changing conditions on the labour market. A first-cycle programme graduate should have the general knowledge to understand political phenomena and processes occurring on a global, regional, national and local scale and analyse relationships between political institutions, societies and individuals. They should know historical determinants and contemporary mechanisms governing political systems. A graduate should be able to employ their knowledge in their professional career and everyday life, with emphasis on adherence to ethical principles. They should be able to solve simple problems of professional nature, participate in teamwork, manage small teams executing orders and communicate with their environment as well as collect, hierarchise, process and relay information. A graduate should speak a foreign language and be able to use specialist language necessary to practice their profession. A graduate should be prepared for work in government and local government administration, political party structures, economic and social organisations, international institutions and organisations as well as the media (being able to competently operate in the new media environment) and education. A graduate should be prepared to undertake the graduate programme.

Admission rules

Any person who completed a secondary school in Poland or in another country is eligible for admission. The programme language is English; therefore, a candidate should speak English fluently enough to be able to study in this language.

Admission procedure for candidates with polish new maturity exam (since 2005)

Candidates will be admitted on the basis of the submission of the required documents.

  1. A secondary school leaving certificate (a copy certified by the University of Warsaw)
  2. An application for admission printed out from the Internet Candidate Registration system
  3. An application for an Electronic Student ID Card printed out from the Internet Candidate Registration system together with the application for admission (after the student’s photograph has been uploaded to the system)
  4. A copy of the ID used to register in the Internet Candidate Registration system
  5. A written pledge to pay tuition fees regularly
  6. A payment receipt for the administrative fee, if the payment was made abroad (after the registration)
  7. A medical certificate stating no contraindications for undertaking studies, provided with a translation, if it was issued in a language other than Polish (applies to foreign nationals)
  8. A photocopy of a residence permit in Poland (applies to foreign nationals)
  9. Certificate confirming the knowledge of English or any other equivalent document in accordance with the Regulation of the Minister of Science and Higher Education of 12 October 2006 . On taking  by foreigners study and training , and their participation in research and development work, as amended.
  10. A list of diplomas / certificates of proficiency in English, accepted in the process of recruitment.

A full list of documents required in the process of admission at the University of Warsaw is available at: http://rekrutacja.uw.edu.pl/en/index.php/required-documents/.

When the number of candidates is greater than the limit of places candidates will be qualified based on the average ratings of all the subjects to be taken at the high school .

On the basis of the scores obtained by the candidates creates a ranking list by descending order of the number of points obtained. The list determines the order accepting candidates within the limit of seats.

The final result is the number of points in the range of 0 to 100 .

Admission procedure for candidates with old maturity exam

Candidates will be admitted on the basis of the submission of the required documents.

  1. A secondary school leaving certificate (a copy certified by the University of Warsaw)
  2. An application for admission printed out from the Internet Candidate Registration system
  3. An application for an Electronic Student ID Card printed out from the Internet Candidate Registration system together with the application for admission (after the student’s photograph has been uploaded to the system)
  4. A copy of the ID used to register in the Internet Candidate Registration system
  5. A written pledge to pay tuition fees regularly
  6. A payment receipt for the administrative fee, if the payment was made abroad (after the registration)
  7. A medical certificate stating no contraindications for undertaking studies, provided with a translation, if it was issued in a language other than Polish (applies to foreign nationals)
  8. A photocopy of a residence permit in Poland (applies to foreign nationals)
  9. Certificate confirming the knowledge of English or any other equivalent document in accordance with the Regulation of the Minister of Science and Higher Education of 12 October 2006 . On taking  by foreigners study and training , and their participation in research and development work, as amended.
  10. A list of diplomas / certificates of proficiency in English, accepted in the process of recruitment.

A full list of documents required in the process of admission at the University of Warsaw is available at: http://rekrutacja.uw.edu.pl/en/index.php/required-documents/.

When the number of candidates is greater than the limit of places candidates will be qualified based on the average ratings of all the subjects to be taken at the high school .

On the basis of the scores obtained by the candidates creates a ranking list by descending order of the number of points obtained. The list determines the order accepting candidates within the limit of seats.

The final result is the number of points in the range of 0 to 100 .

Admission procedure for candidates with European Baccalaureate

Candidates will be admitted on the basis of the submission of the required documents.

  1. An EB diploma (a copy certified by the University of Warsaw)
  2. An application for admission printed out from the Internet Candidate Registration system
  3. An application for an Electronic Student ID Card printed out from the Internet Candidate Registration system together with the application for admission (after the student’s photograph has been uploaded to the system)
  4. A copy of the ID used to register in the Internet Candidate Registration system
  5. A written pledge to pay tuition fees regularly
  6. A payment receipt for the administrative fee, if the payment was made abroad (after the registration)
  7. A medical certificate stating no contraindications for undertaking studies, provided with a translation, if it was issued in a language other than Polish (applies to foreign nationals)
  8. A photocopy of a residence permit in Poland (applies to foreign nationals)
  9. Certificate confirming the knowledge of English or any other equivalent document in accordance with the Regulation of the Minister of Science and Higher Education of 12 October 2006 . On taking  by foreigners study and training , and their participation in research and development work, as amended.
  10. A list of diplomas / certificates of proficiency in English, accepted in the process of recruitment.

A full list of documents required in the process of admission at the University of Warsaw is available at: http://rekrutacja.uw.edu.pl/en/index.php/required-documents/.

When the number of candidates is greater than the limit of places candidates will be qualified based on the average ratings of all the subjects to be taken at the high school .

On the basis of the scores obtained by the candidates creates a ranking list by descending order of the number of points obtained. The list determines the order accepting candidates within the limit of seats.

The final result is the number of points in the range of 0 to 100 .

Admission procedure for candidates with International Baccalaureate

Candidates will be admitted on the basis of the submission of the required documents.

  1. An IB diploma (a copy certified by the University of Warsaw)
  2. An application for admission printed out from the Internet Candidate Registration system
  3. An application for an Electronic Student ID Card printed out from the Internet Candidate Registration system together with the application for admission (after the student’s photograph has been uploaded to the system)
  4. A copy of the ID used to register in the Internet Candidate Registration system
  5. A written pledge to pay tuition fees regularly
  6. A payment receipt for the administrative fee, if the payment was made abroad (after the registration)
  7. A medical certificate stating no contraindications for undertaking studies, provided with a translation, if it was issued in a language other than Polish (applies to foreign nationals)
  8. A photocopy of a residence permit in Poland (applies to foreign nationals)
  9. Certificate confirming the knowledge of English or any other equivalent document in accordance with the Regulation of the Minister of Science and Higher Education of 12 October 2006 . On taking  by foreigners study and training , and their participation in research and development work, as amended.
  10. A list of diplomas / certificates of proficiency in English, accepted in the process of recruitment.

A full list of documents required in the process of admission at the University of Warsaw is available at: http://rekrutacja.uw.edu.pl/en/index.php/required-documents/.

When the number of candidates is greater than the limit of places candidates will be qualified based on the average ratings of all the subjects to be taken at the high school .

On the basis of the scores obtained by the candidates creates a ranking list by descending order of the number of points obtained. The list determines the order accepting candidates within the limit of seats.

The final result is the number of points in the range of 0 to 100 .

Admission procedure for candidates with foreign diplomas

Candidates are admitted on the basis of submission of required documents:

1)   a secondary school (maturity) certificate or another document, entitling to undertake university-level study in country in which the certificate / document was issued (a copy of original document, certified by the University of Warsaw)

a)   a legalisation / authorisation of above-mentioned documents (or apostille if the document was issued by an institution operating in the educational system in a country that was a member of the Hague Convention of 5th of October, 1961 abolishing the requirement of legalizing foreign official documents) read more

b)   original sworn translations into Polish language (or in special cases into English) of secondary school (maturity) certificate

c) certificate of recognition (nostrification) of secondary school (maturity) certificate, if applicable read more

2)   an application for admission printed out from candidate’s individual registration account in the Candidate’s Registration System and signed up by the candidate
3)   an application for issuing student’s id printed out from candidate’s individual registration account in the Candidate’s Registration System
4)   a photocopy of an id (passport’s personal data page and page with visa), on the basis of which a candidate has created his/her registration account in the Candidate’s Registration System
5)   a written declaration to the regular payment of tuition fees
6)   a proof of application fee payment, in case of transfer abroad (upon registration)
7)   a health certificate stating that there are no objections to undertake studies by a foreign candidate

8)   a stay legalisation in Poland (in case of foreigners)
9)   a certificate of proficiency in English (equivalent at least to the level B2) /in the case of a proper diploma, a language certificate is not required/ A list of diplomas / certificates of proficiency in English, accepted in the process of recruitment.

A full list of documents required in the process of admission at the University of Warsaw is available at: http://rekrutacja.uw.edu.pl/en/index.php/required-documents/.

When the number of candidates exceeds a limit of places, candidates will be qualified on the basis of their GPA from all the maturity (secondary education) certificate subjects

A ranking list is established on the basis of the scores obtained by the candidates in descending order of the number of points obtained. The list determines the order of candidates accepted within the limit of places.

The final result is the number of points in the range of 0 to 100.

Place of results' announcement

Announcement of results: September 18th 2017

Tuition fee

The studies are payable - tuition fees