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Oriental Studies - Inner Asia: Mongolian and Tibetan Studies, full-time, second cycle

Details
Code S2-OR-MT-ANG
Organizational unit Faculty of Oriental Studies
Fields of studies Oriental studies, Oriental Studies - Mongolian and Tibetan Studies
Form of studies Full-time
Level of education Second cycle
Educational profile academic
Language(s) of instruction English
Minimum number of students 3
Admission limit 8
Duration 2 years
WWW address http://orient.uw.edu.pl/
Required documents
  • Higher education
There is currently no active phase for this programme.

Past phases in this registration:
  • Phase 1 (05.06.2019 00:00 – 11.09.2019 23:59)

Inner Asia, with Mongolia and Tibet, is a region of fascinating cultures. This is where the Mongol Empire and Tibetan civilization came into being. The interdisciplinary program of studies acquaints with the history of the region, languages used in the past and at present (Mongolian and Tibetan) as well as with many aspects of culture, including religion (Buddhism, Shamanism), literature and art.

The program has been based on many years of experience and practice in teaching and researching problems of the region of Inner Asia, particularly Mongolia and Tibet.

The program runs for two years (four semesters). All classes are offered in English.

Teaching staff consists of scholars who are experts in the field. Language classes are conducted by native speakers. Additionally, in order to upgrade their qualification and language skills, students have the possibility to travel to Mongolia for a language or research training.

The graduates will be qualified to take up posts in public administration, universities, national or international institutions and organizations, especially within the domain of culture.

In order to receive the Master's degree (official title, in Polish Magister), the graduates will be required to write a Master's thesis and pass the examination.

More detailed information on the program of the studies and the field can be found at: www.siap.uw.edu.pl

 


Candidates with Polish university diploma

Candidate taking part in admission process must be a graduate of any type of BA, MA, M.Sc studies.

At the first stage of the admission procedure a candidate must pass the English language proficiency oral exam. Only the candidate with positive results of the language exam will be qualified for further admission process. The candidate presenting English language proficiency certificates (at least B2 level) is exempted from the exam.

At the second stage of the admission procedure:

1. Candidates who graduated from BA studies in Mongolian and Tibetan studies will be assessed on the basis of:

a. marks documented in the B.A. diploma

b. GPA of the B.A. studies

2. Candidates who present s a diploma other than mentioned in point number 1 (not of the Mongolian and Tibetan studies) will be assessed on the basis of:

a. marks documented in the B.A. diploma

b. results of the oral exam in Mongolian or Tibetan language

How the admission points are calculated:

Candidate may achieve maximum 200 points, what is a sum of individual elements of the admission procedure.

1. Points for candidates who graduated from BA studies in Mongolian and Tibetan studies are calculated as follows:

a. marks documented in the B.A. diploma

5 – 100 points

4+ – 92,5 points

4 – 85 points

3+ – 72,5 points

3 – 60 points

b. GPA of the B.A. studies

R = GPA x 100 / 5

2. Points for candidates who presents a diploma other than mentioned in point number 1 (not of the Mongolian and Tibetan studies) are calculated as follows:

a. marks documented in the B.A. diploma

5 – 100 points

4+ – 92,5 points

4 – 85 points

3+ – 72,5 points

3 – 60 points

b. results obtained during the oral exam in Mongolian or Tibetan language

5 – 100 points

4+ – 92,5 points

4 – 85 points

3+ – 72,5 points

3 – 60 points

 

Candidates with foreign university diploma

Rules of admission are the same as for candidates holding university diploma obtained in Poland. The marks will be transferred accordingly and compared with the admission points system of the University of Warsaw.

 

Deadlines

Date of qualification interview:

Announcement of results: 

Reception of documents:

  • I round: 
  • II round (in case of not fulfilling the limit during I round): 
  • III round (in case of not fulfilling the limit during II round): 

 

Payments

Application fee

Student's ID payment (ELS)

 

Required documents

List of required documents submitted by candidates qualified for studies

 

Additional information

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