POST GRADUATE STUDIES
Education at post graduate program
Eurasia International University offers post graduate studies based on the following decrees of the RA Ministry of Science and Education (27.08.2013 – N 802-A/K; 24.01.2013 – N 62-A/K; as well as 09.07.2013 – N 918-A/K). The university offers the following specializations within the post graduate program:
- H.00.02 “Economy, economics and management of its industries”
- J.02.07 “Germanic languages”
- JB.00.02 “Public Law /constitutional, administrative, financial, municipal, environmental, European Law, state management”
The duration of the full time post graduate program is three years, for part time studies the duration is four years.
- All the applicants, who completed master’s studies at the RA state and non-state accredited local or foreign institutions of higher education and have successfully passed the below mentioned exams are welcome to apply to the post graduate program at EIU. The applicants are to submit a scientific research paper on the specialization of their choice. The research paper is required to either contain at least 20 print pages or be published in a journal with a minimal volume of 0.5.
- EIU admissions committee grants the permission to take professional exams only after the applicant has successfully passed exams on foreign languages and computer skills, as well as has presented a research paper (all the research papers should be peer-reviewed along with the positive feedback from the specialized chair).
- For a successful admission to the post graduate program at EIU, the applicant should receive the minimal score of 12 (out of 20) for the professional exams. All the applicants who receive the score below 12 are not competitive for the admissions any longer.
Within the framework of the Erasmus+ program funded by the European Union, EIU successfully accomplishes student and researcher’s exchange with a number of European universities. This enables post graduate students to receive scholarships (scholarships are granted on a competitive basis) and spend part of their research and studies at EU universities