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ADMISSION FOR THE 2017 EDITION OF THE UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMME IN INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS IS OPENED. IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN OUR OFFER, PLEASE CONTACT OUR TEAM AT international.office.ism@uw.edu.pl OR VISIT US IN OUR OFFICE. WE ARE WAITING FOR YOUR CALL!

 

ENROLLMENTS STEPS

  1. On-line registration of applicants via the system of Internet Registration of Candidates at uw.edu.pl
  2. Choosing the program from the Undergraduate Programme in International Relations catalogue atInternational relations – Studies in English
  3. Payment of the application fee
  4. Providing maturity exam certificate by the candidates (entering the results of International/European Baccalaureate or the Polish “New Maturity Exam” into the IRK account) OR an admission interview conducted in English (depending on the status of the candidate); the exam topics include international economic relations, international political relations, public international law.
    The interviews in English will be held at the Institute of International Relations or through SKYPE.
    Currently we have opened round 2 of admissions. It is opened until April 19 with interview on April 21.
    There will be an additional registration deadlines:
    3rd round – 25th April – 24th May 2017;
    4th round – 30th May – 18th July 2017;
    5th round – 21st July – 7th September 2017.
  5. Submitting required documents by qualified candidates by specified deadline

(Detailed information about the enrollment steps can be found at http://rekrutacja.uw.edu.pl/en)

 

APPLICATION FEE:

For payments in Polish zloty (80 PLN) please use personal bank account created by the IRK system.
For international payments please use the following bank account details:

  • 20 USD (+ administrative costs)

bank: Bank Millenium S.A.
bank address: ul. Stanisława Żaryna 2A, 02-593 Warszawa
account number: 95 1160 2202 0000 0000 6084 9231
IBAN Number: PL 95 1160 2202 0000 0000 6084 9231
SWIFT CODE: BIGBPLPW

  • 20 EUR ( + administrative costs)

bank: Bank Millenium S.A.
bank address: ul. Stanisława Żaryna 2A, 02-593 Warszawa
account number: 64 1160 2202 0000 0000 6084 9207
IBAN Number: PL 64 1160 2202 0000 0000 6084 9207
SWIFT CODE: BIGBPLPW

After paying the application fee in EUR/USD please send us the proof of payment.

DEADLINES:

The Admission for the 2017/2018  academic year is opened. In case you had any enquiries regarding the submission, please contact international.office.ism@uw.edu.pl. The exact deadlines are available at https://irk.uw.edu.pl/?change_lang=en.

 

TOPICS FOR THE INTERVIEW:

HISTORY

  1. Independence of the United Stated of America
  2. Causes and consequences of the 1st World War
  3. Causes and consequences of the October Revolution in Russia
  4. History of the 2nd World War. The “Big Three” conferences
  5. Fall of communism

SOCIETY and POLITICS

  1. The EU: history, main objectives, structures and functioning
  2. The UN: history, main objectives, structures and functioning
  3. Positive and negative effects of globalization
  4. Contemporary political systems
  5. Causes and consequences of uneven economic development in contemporary world.

 

LIST OF THE DOCUMENTS:

  1. After the exam, the qualified candidates in order to finalize the enrollment procedure need to provide the Institute with the following documents (originals or scans, scans can be submitted via the IRK website or sent to international.office.ism@uw.edu.pl) :
  2. Application for admission (printed from irk.uw.edu.pl and signed, it should consist of  2 pages of which the second one will be the application for issuing the student’s ID);
  3. Secondary school (maturity) certificate or another document (with a full list of final grades), entitling to undertake university-level study in country in which the certificate / document was issued
  • 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)
  • a document stating that the certificate / diploma entitles to undertake or continue university-level study in country in which the certificate / diploma was issued (such proof should be issued or certified by the school or educational institution which issued the certificate / diploma or by educational authorities of the country which issued the certificate / diploma or in which system of education the school operates)
  1. original sworn translations into Polish language or English language of all the documents listed above
  2. Colour photo in JPEG format (uploaded into IRK account – more info athttp://bwz.uw.edu.pl/en/incoming-students/electronic-student-card ).
  3. Photocopy of the passport (pages with personal details).
  4. A certificate of proficiency in Englishat B2 level (FCE, CAE, CPE, BEC, CEIBT, IELTS, TOEFL or equivalent certification). Does not apply to candidates graduated from high school or college with English as language of instruction the Admissions Office may take into account other certificates in special circumstances.
    More information about accepted language certificates:
    http://www.rekrutacja.uw.edu.pl/files/pdf/English_Certificates_en.pdf

The above documentation will allow the University to issue the formal invitation and admission confirmation necessary for obtaining Polish visa (for those who require it) and apply for a place in the students’ hostel.

On arrival to Poland (until October 1) additional documents must be submitted:

  1. The original of secondary school (maturity) certificate or another document (with a full list of final grades), entitling to undertake university-level study in country in which the certificate / document was issued along with a sworn translations into Polish or English;
  2. Photocopy of the entry visa to Poland or other relevant document confirming the stay in the territory of Poland ;
  3. A health certificate stating that there are no objections to undertake studies by a foreign candidate (if the health certificate was issued in a foreign language, a sworn translation into Polish or English language) (only for persons with the citizenship other than Polish);

MORE INFORMATION ON THE REQUIRED DOCUMENTS CAN BE FOUND AT:
http://rekrutacja.uw.edu.pl/en/index.php/required-documents/

CONTACT:

Institute’s International Office: international.office.ism@uw.edu.pl

Opening hours of the Institute’s International Office:
Tuesday to Thursday,10.00-14.00, room 400, Żurawia 4

International Office Team:

Bartłomiej Zgliński, MA
office hours: Tuesday to Thursday,10.00-14.00, room 400, Żurawia 4
email: international.office.ism@uw.edu.pl

Linda Masalska
email: international.office.ism@uw.edu.pl

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