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
The condition to admission to the list of students is to get at least half of the points that can be obtained from the exam or the interview, whereas the result must also qualify the candidate for the ranking list within the admission limit provided for the given registration round.
Basis of qualification:
Online oral exam
Languages of conducting the qualification:
English, Mongolian or Tibetan
Oral exam in the specialization language (grammar and vocabulary). The level corresponds to the skills of a graduate of the 1st cycle studies (B1 / C1).
The number of points that can be obtained: 100.
Oral exam: 22nd of June, 2022, 12:00, Warsaw, Tyniecka 15/17, room 012
Announcement of results: 24th of June, 2022
Reception of documents:
- I round: 27th-28th of June, 2022
- II round (in case of not fulfilling the limit during I round): 29th-30th of June, 2022
Candidate from the Ukraine is exempted from the obligation of submitting legalization, apostille and sworn translation of high school/higher education diploma issued in foreign language. Candidate from the Ukraine submits regular translation of these documents.
Limit of places available in this round of admission: 3