The admission requirements for the PhD in Eurasian Studies

Application package checklist for Doctor of Philosophy in Eurasian Studies program

  1. Complete Application form for Doctor of Philosophy in Eurasian Studies program;
  2. National ID or passport;
  3. Official document confirming name change (if applicable);
  4. Degree diplomas with transcripts;
  5. IELTS or TOEFL certificate valid as of date of online documents submission to the Doctor of Philosophy in Eurasian Studies program;
  6. Document confirming English as the language of instruction (only for applicants who earned their degree in a program which was taught in English and request an exemption from submitting IELTS or TOEFL);
  7. GRE certificate (recommended) valid as of date of online documents submission to the Doctor of Philosophy in Eurasian Studies program;
  8. Three confidential letters of recommendation written within the last two years (to be provided by referees electronically or in hard copy);
  9. Personal statement (250-500 words) outlining the applicant’s prior educational career, statement of his/her interest in the Program, his/her long-term career goals, and how the program would help her or him to achieve these goals;
  10. Writing sample (academic paper, essay, published article), that demonstrates the candidate’s ability in academic writing;
  11.  Research proposal (1500-2000 words) outlining the research topic the applicant would like to pursue in the Program;
  12.  Consent for Applicant’s/Student’s personal data processing.