Please check from time to time schedules because some things are unexpectedly changning…
Here are the results:
VERY IMPORTANT INFO FOR QUALIFIED CANDIDATES:
To be accepted for the studies you have to submit in person the set of required documents on Wednesday 29th September 2010 from 12:00 to 14:00 to our secretariat – room 303, Institute oh Philosophy, Krakowskie Przedmieście 3.
The list of documents is available here.
Non-submitting required documents by specified deadline is equal with resignation from undertaking studies.
Info for candidates from the reserve list: we will call you on 29th September around 14:00 if one of the qualified candidates resigns and you will take his place.
Here are the schedules of interview in the 2nd round of admission for our programme.
The exam is on 24th September 2010 in the Institute of Philosophy, Krakowskie Przedmieście 3 Str., Warsaw.
Exams for the 1st-cycle studies (two admission boards):
Exams for the 2nd-cycle studies: here.
The results will be announced on Tuesday 28th September at 10:00 a.m.
Candidates who will be qualified are obliged to deliver the set of required documents on Wednesday 29th September from 12:00 to 14:00, room 303, Institute of Philosophy
Every candidate is obliged to take an ID document to the exam (dowód osobisty, driver license, passport etc.).
We cordially invite all Philosophy of Being, Cognition and Value students
as well as other interested people
to the PBCV inauguration lecture
“Can Philosophy be Practical or is It Only Abstract Thinking?”
which will be delivered by prof. Jakub Kloc-Konkołowicz.
The lecture is a part of the PBCV inauguration ceremony
which will take place on Thursday,
30th September 2010, at 11:00 a.m.
in the Institute of Philosophy, room 14 (1st floor)
* Additional info for new students: your presence is obligatory since you are going to receive students books (indeks) and students IDs during the ceremony. Moreover, at 2 p.m. the Library Training will take place – it is aimed to teach freshmen how to use our library. It is not obligatory, however you must be aware that in case of absence on the training, you will have to deal with the book ordering system on your own during the academic year :)