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Undergraduate Programme in International Relations, full-time, first cycle

Details
Code S1-SM-ANG
Organizational unit Faculty of Political Science and International Studies
Field of studies International Relations
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 90
Duration 3 years
WWW address https://www.ism.uw.edu.pl/
Required documents
  • Maturity or equivalent document
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Description

The 3-year first-cycle degree full-time programme consists of six semesters (terms) and over 20 courses plus dissertation seminar aimed at thesis preparation and individual focus. All units are taught in English by experienced American and European academic teachers. The unique format of the Undergraduate Programme in International Relations not only introduces students to the workings within the field of International Relations, but also makes them responsive to interdisciplinary concerns such as law, business, history and culture.

 

 

The graduates of the Undergraduate Programme in International Relations should have acquired knowledge in economics, social, legal and political sciences which give him/her understanding of how international relations and world economy function. The UPIR graduate should have analytical capacities, to understand local problems in a global perspective, as well as skills in communication, negotiation and persuasion. The graduate should be fluent in foreign language (level B2 according to the Common European Framework of Reference) and be able to use the advanced vocabulary in international relations topic. He/she should be qualified to work in:

  • central and local administration as mid-level policy officer or junior expert
  • international organizations or local institutions having international collaboration
  • enterprises present in international markets.

Interdisciplinary character of studies should as well enable the graduate to work in institutions that are not related to international relations.

 

More information: https://www.ism.uw.edu.pl/en/

 

 

 

 


Admission rules

 Minimum number of points needed to be qualified: 40

Polish new maturity exam 2005 – 2019

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

English language

advanced level x 1

Obligatory subject

One of the following subjects: modern language*
(English, French,
German, Spanish,
Italian, Russian,
Portuguese, Swedish,
Slovak), Biology, Chemistry, Philosophy, Physics/Physics and Astronomy, Geography, History, History of music, History of art, Computer science, Latin and ancient culture, Greek and ancient culture, Social studies

advanced level x 1

weight = 25%

weight = 25%

weight = 25%

weight = 25%

*Other than in column 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 on basic or advanced levels
M – result from Mathematics on basic or advanced levels
J – result from English language on advanced level
X - result from additional subject on advanced level
a, b, c, d – weights.

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

 

Old maturity exam

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

English language

advanced level x 1
or
undefined level x 0,8

Obligatory subject

One of the following subjects: modern language*
(English, French,
German, Spanish,
Italian, Russian), Biology, Chemistry, Philosophy, Physics, Geography, History, History of music, History of art,
Computer science, Latin and ancient culture, Social studies

advanced level x 1
or
undefined level x 0,8

weight = 25%

weight = 25%

weight = 25%

weight = 25%

*Other than in column 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 on basic or advanced or undefined levels
M – result from Mathematics on basic or advanced or undefined levels
J – result from English language on advanced or undefined levels
X - result from additional subject on advanced or undefined levels
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)

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

English language

higher level (HL) x 1

Obligatory subject

One of the following subjects: modern language**, Biology, Chemistry, Philosophy, Physics, Geography, History, Computer science, Latin, Classic Greek, Management, Economics, Psychology, Anthropology, Subject from the group "Art", Politics

higher level (HL) x 1

weight = 25%

weight = 25%

weight = 25%

weight = 25%

*In case of lack of Polish language
**Languages in columns 1 and 3 can be the same

Points are calculated as follows:

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

where:

W – the final result
P – result from Polish language on standard or higher levels
M – result from Mathematics on standard or higher levels
J – result from English language on higher level
X - result from additional subject on higher level
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! <<

 

European Baccalaureate (EB)

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

English language

advanced level x 1

Obligatory subject

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

advanced level x 1

weight = 25%

weight = 25%

weight = 25%

weight = 25%

*In case of lack of Polish language
**Languages in columns 1 and 3 can be the same

Points are calculated as follows:

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

where:

W – the final result
P – result from Polish language on basic or advanced levels
M – result from Mathematics on basic or advanced levels
J – result from English language on advanced level
X - result from additional subject on advanced level
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! <<

 

Foreign diploma

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: History, Geography, Social studies, Philosophy, Economics, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, History of art, Computer science, Latin, Classic Greek, Modern foreign language**

weight = 25%

weight = 25%

weight = 25%

weight = 25%

*In case of lack of Mathematics, one subject to choose: Economics, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Geography, Computer science
**Other than language indicated in columns 1 i 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! <<

 

Deadlines

Announcement of results: 23rd of July, 2019

Reception of documents:

  • I round: 25th of July, 2019 (10 a.m.-2 p.m.), 26th of July, 2019 (2 p.m.-6 p.m.)
  • II round (in case of not fulfilling the limit during I round): 29th of July, 2019 (2 p.m.-6 p.m.), 30th of July, 2019 (10 a.m.-2 p.m.)
  • III round (in case of not fulfilling the limit during II round): 31st of July, 2019 (2 p.m.-6 p.m.)
  • additional rounds will be announced in case of not fulfilling the limits

 

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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