Culture, Politics, and Society (CPS) provides an interdisciplinary Liberal Arts curriculum updated for 21st century challenges. Drawing from the best of the centuries-old Liberal Arts tradition, CPS shapes young people to be expansive and independent thinkers as future professionals and citizens. CPS invites students to connect their classroom experience to the most vital global contemporary challenges, and to develop the critical skills needed to face those challenges. Designed for the generation which has come of age after the digital revolution, CPS offers a Liberal Arts education for a society flooded with information and disinformation, and with technological transformations which continue to alter how we learn, communicate, relate to one another, and how we engage with the world.
Admission is based on individual qualities of each student. The program is looking for applicants with a high school education who can demonstrate Intellectual curiosity, and a proactive and problem-solving orientation. Interest in critical thinking, in interdisciplinary perspectives and in global processes will be highly valued, as well as an interest in civic engagement.
Program admission requirements:
1. Strong academic record
2. Proof of English Language Proficiency:
TOEFL (internet); taken after January 31st 2018 80 points
TOEFL (paper based); taken after January 31st 2018 550 points
IELTS Academic; taken after January 31st 2018 6.0 points
Pearson Test of English (Academic) taken after January 31st 2018 56 points
Cambridge C1 Advanced or C2 Proficiency* 169 points
*For the C2 exam, 180 is needed to get a certificate. However, scores between 162 and 179 are shown on the statement of results. The same scale is used for the C1 and C2 exams.
- exemptions granted on the basis of secondary school diploma obtained from a school teaching exclusively in English
Program Admission Materials and Procedure
- Online Application Form, will have sections for Proof of English Proficiency, Academic Record (transcript of previous 2 years at secondary school, secondary school diploma OR enrolment certificate), CV, motivation letter (500 words)
- Admissions Interview: can be in person or via videoconference