Politics and Society
Short presentation of the programme:
Requirements for prospective students:
- High school graduates present their diplomas, take a general education test, and sit a specialised exam.
- Graduates of other higher education institutions present their diplomas, take a specialised exam, and get an accreditation of the training received according to NBU standards and procedures. They are exempted from the general education test.
Admission is based on:
- average grade of all matriculation exams - 10%
- general education test score - 50%
- specialised exam score - 40%
Prospective students with an average matriculation grade excellent (5.50 - 6.00) receive 10 points in addition to their general education test score.
All prospective students receive 5 points in addition to their general education test score for their first-choice programme.
The specialised exam consists of an oral English as a Foreign Language (EFL) exam comprised of two components:
1. EFL communicative competence assessment (a conversation) and performance assessment (retelling a text read in advance)
2. A diagnostic test assessing the level of fluency in EFL
Holders of internationally recognised certificates at B2 level according to CEFR are exempted from the exam.