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Pekweng National Pontifical University

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PEKWENG NATIONAL PONTIFICAL UNIVERSITY


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Motto:"Deus fideles vocat"
Motto in English:"God calls the faithful ones"
Established:April 10, 2003
Type:Catholic, National, Pontifical
Religious affiliation:Roman Catholic
Chancellor:Alberto Alphonse Rush
Vice Chancellor:Mervin Teddy Suarez
Rector:Rev. Msgr. Giuseppe Wilton Guzman,PC
Students:12,647,876 (as of 2013)
Undergraduates:1,539,750
Location:Mariano Lopez Rd., Central District 2099, Katherinia
Campus:70,876 hectares
School Colors:Papal Colors (Gold & White)

PEKWENG NATIONAL PONTIFICAL UNIVERSITY

The Pekweng National Pontifical University (Official Name: Pekweng National Catholic Pontifical University) is the national, and the Catholic universities, teaching and research university run by the Archdiocese of Katherinia. Founded on April 10, 2003, by the Archdiocesan Educational Commission is one of the country's Catholic universities in terms of enrollment found on one campus. It is also the largest university in the country, followed by Limueliano University of Law. The University is composed of several autonomous faculties, colleges, schools and institutes, each conferring undergraduate, graduate and postgraduate degrees, and the basic education units. Several degrees have been accredited by the Ministry of Education as the "Best Enrolled Schools". In August 2010, it was awarded the "The Only Catholic University of the Commonwealth".

The Patron of the University is St. Thomas Aquinas, while St. Catherine of Alexandria is the Patroness.

Prominent alumni include presidents, heroes, artists, scientists, professionals and religious figures, who have figured prominently in the history of the Commonwealth.

ACADEMICS

Undergraduate studies
The different faculties, colleges and institutes of the University were created at different times in the University's history. The "Faculties" were founded before the University was declared a National university, while the "Colleges" were founded during and after American rule. The "Institutes" and "Departments" are found within their mother faculties/colleges. Some Institutes that attained enough enrollment were separated from their mother faculties/colleges and were made into colleges in their own right. The university evaluates at least 36,000 applicants each year and admits 17,000 of those who are highly qualified, while an average of 12,000 of which enroll.

ANTHROPOLOGY
Couse No: U-001
Overview - Anthropology, as its name would suggest, is a highly varied, highly flexible subject area dedicated to the study of the human being in its many forms; eliminating current national and supranational barriers, anthropology takes a look at the human being from a general perspective and endeavours to explain the peculiarities of its behaviour and existence in a variety of different contexts. As a three year course, the Anthropology creates not only a solid foundation for participant students but determines their future direction by creating the potential for extensive specialisation within it, creating the opportunity for individual students to explore the subject in terms of a number of different contexts including linguistics and sociological studies.

Course Structure -
YEAR ONE
- An Introduction to Social Anthropology (Mandatory)
- Polymathic Approach (Mandatory, Winter only)
- Anthropological Interpretation of Sources (Mandatory, Spring and Summer only)
- Four Components of choice, Interdisciplinary AND Specialist
- End of Year Examination
YEAR TWO
- Four Components of choice, Interdisciplinary AND Specialist
- Two course-external Options from approved list
- End of Year Examination OR Dissertation
YEAR THREE
- Five Components of choice, Interdisciplinary OR Specialist
- One course-external Option from approved list
- End of Year Examination



GEOGRAPHY
Course Code: U-002
Overview - A unique course by any standards, what is broadly labelled 'Social Geography' is a subject area that attempts to put together the disciplines of human and environmental geography and study the relationship between human society and its spatial environments. From the urbanisation of human society to the usage of resources across the world, the Geography provides students with a three year foundation in a complex subject area and explores human society in spatial terms, with Components covering areas as varied as development issues to social studies of the environment.

Course Structure -
YEAR ONE
- An Introduction to Social Geography (Mandatory)
- Polymathic Approach (Mandatory, Winter only)
- Geographical Analysis of Society (Mandatory, Spring and Summer only)
- Four Components of choice, Interdisciplinary AND Specialist
- End of Year Examination
YEAR TWO
- Four Components of choice, Interdisciplinary AND Specialist
- Two course-external Options from approved list
- End of Year Examination OR Dissertation
YEAR THREE
- Five Components of choice, Interdisciplinary OR Specialist
- One course-external Option from approved list
- End of Year Examination



GOVERNMENT
Course Code: U-003
Overview - Government course, nationally recognised as the birthplace of countless influential political theorists and think tank academics, is a comprehensive course that explores the complexities of the governmental system at the local and national levels respectively and explores the interaction between its institutions, from judiciary to bureaucracy, politicians to the Commonwealth. Over three years, the Government arms its students with a thorough understanding of contemporary Pekweng national governance and specialist education in more specific areas of interest.

Course Structure -
YEAR ONE
- Government and Institutional Interdependence (Mandatory)
- Polymathic Approach (Mandatory, Winter only)
- Analysis of Governmental Affairs (Mandatory, Spring and Summer only)
- Four Components of choice, Interdisciplinary AND Specialist
- End of Year Examination
YEAR TWO
- Three Components of choice, Interdisciplinary AND Specialist
- Three course-external Options from approved list
- End of Year Examination OR Dissertation
YEAR THREE
- Six Components of choice, Interdisciplinary OR Specialist
- End of Year Examination



INTERNATIONAL HISTORY
Course Code: U-004
Overview - International History, as taught at this University, is a course with the potential for specialised or theoretical study into the realm of social history at a global level. Exploring the significance of past actions to inform present society, the three year course looks into the significance of past events across national borders and their ramifications and consequences, the repercussions caused by events and the trends observable in social change throughout the ages.

Course Structure -
YEAR ONE
- International History since Foundation (Mandatory)
- Polymathic Approach (Mandatory, Winter only)
- Analysis and Evaluation of Historical Sources (Mandatory, Spring and Summer only)
- Four Components of choice, Interdisciplinary AND Specialist
- End of Year Examination
YEAR TWO
- Five Components of choice, Interdisciplinary AND Specialist
- One course-external Option from approved list
- End of Year Examination OR Dissertation
YEAR THREE
- Five Components of choice, Interdisciplinary OR Specialist
- One course-external Option from approved list
- End of Year Examination



INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
Course Code: U-005
Overview - International Relations, a young subject area relative to most others studied , is a field of study that pertains to the understanding of the relationships established between countries, and the role of non-state entities within an interconnected world. Favouring a multidisciplinary approach to the subject matter, the three year in International Relations looks into the relationship between nations from a variety of perspectives, historical, governmental and beyond.

Course Structure -
YEAR ONE
- International History since Foundation (Mandatory)
- Polymathic Approach (Mandatory, Winter only)
- International Relations Theory (Mandatory, Spring and Summer only)
- Four Components of choice, Interdisciplinary AND Specialist
- End of Year Examination
YEAR TWO
- Four Components of choice, Interdisciplinary AND Specialist
- Two course-external Options from approved list
- End of Year Examination OR Dissertation
YEAR THREE
- Four Components of choice, Interdisciplinary OR Specialist
- Two course-external Options from approved list
- End of Year Examination



LAW
Couse Code: U-006
Overview - Law, uniquely amongst the undergraduate courses offered, is explored as a component of a full legal career as opposed to a detached study of the law from the point of view of a social scientist. Following a highly comprehensive exploration of the law as a functional body of enforceable rules, the creation of law and the basis for this and an overview of the complex legal system of Pekweng in the first year, the three year course offered by the University permits students to explore law from a functional and theoretical perspective whilst progressively specialising towards a certain branch of its application for further exploration in the graduate programs offered by the College.

Course Structure -
YEAR ONE
- The Legal System of Pekweng (Mandatory)
- Polymathic Approach (Mandatory, Winter only)
- Criminal Law (Mandatory)
- Property Law (Mandatory)
- Administrative Law (Mandatory)
- Corporate Law (Mandatory)
- Theories of Law (Mandatory)
- End of Year Examination
YEAR TWO
- Six Components of choice, Interdisciplinary AND Specialist
- End of Year Examination OR Dissertation
YEAR THREE
- Six Components of choice, Interdisciplinary OR Specialist
- End of Year Examination



MACROECONOMICS
Course Code: U-007
Overview - The study of the distribution of scarce resources at a national and international level, course in Macroeconomics approaches the subject in terms of economic study and macroeconomic policy. Over its three year duration, the course focuses on the provision of an understanding of the basic issues surrounding national and international level economics whilst acknowledging divergences in method and understanding, allowing specialisation into areas such as econometric study and fiscal theory.

Course Structure -
YEAR ONE
- The National and International Economy (Mandatory)
- Polymathic Approach (Mandatory, Winter only)
- Statistical Study of Macroeconomics (Mandatory, Spring and Summer only)
- Four Components of choice, Interdisciplinary AND Specialist
- End of Year Examination
YEAR TWO
- Four Components of choice, Interdisciplinary AND Specialist
- Two course-external Options from approved list
- End of Year Examination OR Dissertation
YEAR THREE
- Four Components of choice, Interdisciplinary OR Specialist
- Two course-external Options from approved list
- End of Year Examination



MICROECONOMIC MANAGEMENT
Course Code: U-008
Overview - The other half of University's undergraduate level economics programme, the Microeconomic Management course focuses on a more localised study of economics, following a corporate-minded line of education concentrating on the local level economic body as a social structure as well as its interaction with the macroeconomy. The three year couse provides students with an understanding of microeconomic models, econometrics, management theory and goes on to provide further specialisation in the subject along various lines.

Course Structure -
YEAR ONE
- The Local Economic Structure (Mandatory)
- Polymathic Approach (Mandatory, Winter only)
- Statistical Study of Microeconomics (Mandatory, Spring and Summer only)
- Four Components of choice, Interdisciplinary AND Specialist
- End of Year Examination
YEAR TWO
- Four Components of choice, Interdisciplinary AND Specialist
- Two course-external Options from approved list
- End of Year Examination OR Dissertation
YEAR THREE
- Four Components of choice, Interdisciplinary OR Specialist
- Two course-external Options from approved list
- End of Year Examination



SOCIAL PHILOSPHY
Course Code: U-009
Overview - A field of study rarely undertaken at the undergraduate level, the Social Philosophy course offered is both young and home to some of the greatest thinkers of their time. Exploring the nature of values and reason alongside epistemology at a social level, the Social Philosophy course looks into the problems associated with shared values, the conflict of ideals and the nature of social perspectives. Beginning from a foundation in the basic theories associated with the subject, the Social Philosophy then expands to give students the opportunity to look into the subject from more focused points of view.

Course Structure -
YEAR ONE
- Values and Knowledge in Society (Mandatory)
- Polymathic Approach (Mandatory, Winter only)
- An Introduction to Epistemology (Mandatory, Spring and Summer only)
- Four Components of choice, Interdisciplinary AND Specialist
- End of Year Examination
YEAR TWO
- Three Components of choice, Interdisciplinary AND Specialist
- Three course-external Options from approved list
- End of Year Examination OR Dissertation
YEAR THREE
- Four Components of choice, Interdisciplinary OR Specialist
- Two course-external Options from approved list
- End of Year Examination



SOCIAL POLICY
Course Code: U-010
Overview - The undergraduate course in Social Policy is one of largest and most influential, forming the backbone of the bureaucratic elite of countless Anemonian governmental institutions. Its objective is to arm its students with a full understanding of the nature and objectives of social policy, wider views of social policy within society and politics and the specialist knowledge required to succeed in the conceptualisation and implementation of policy in a number of particular areas.

Course Structure -
YEAR ONE
- An Introduction to Social Policy (Mandatory)
- Polymathic Approach (Mandatory, Winter only)
- Perspectives on Social Policy (Mandatory, Spring and Summer only)
- Four Components of choice, Interdisciplinary AND Specialist
- End of Year Examination
YEAR TWO
- Four Components of choice, Interdisciplinary AND Specialist
- Two course-external Options from approved list
- End of Year Examination OR Dissertation
YEAR THREE
- Five Components of choice, Interdisciplinary AND Specialist
- One course-external Option from approved list
- End of Year Examination



SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY
Course Code: U-011
Overview - Social psychology is without doubt one of the most complex subjects considered at the undergraduate level . With the objective of explaining social phenomena through the empirical analysis of the human mind in individual and group situations, it is a subject that covers the breadth of human behaviour from activity within the group to the development of the mind in an effort to explain human behaviour. The three year course taken at the University explores the nature and study of social psychology and subsequently moves on to its more specific fields and applications.

Course Structure -
YEAR ONE
- The Psychology of Society (Mandatory)
- Polymathic Approach (Mandatory, Winter only)
- The Empirical Study of Social Psychology (Mandatory, Spring and Summer only)
- Four Components of choice, Interdisciplinary AND Specialist
- End of Year Examination
YEAR TWO
- Four Components of choice, Interdisciplinary AND Specialist
- Two course-external Options from approved list
- End of Year Examination OR Dissertation
YEAR THREE
- Four Components of choice, Interdisciplinary AND Specialist
- Two course-external Options from approved list
- End of Year Examination



SOCIOLOGY
Course Code: U-012
Overview - As the study of society as a whole, sociology is an undergraduate discipline to which significant importance is attributed. Exploring the nature of society and societal problems in a primarily empirical manner, it is a subject that aims to provide its scholars with an unrivalled breadth of knowledge and theory concerning the workings of wider society through the statistical and observational analysis of the world around them. The three year course provides students with a grounding in the subject and the approaches to it in the first year, going on to provide a wider selection of possible studies over the following two.

Course Structure -

YEAR ONE
- Sociological Issues in the Modern Day (Mandatory)
- Polymathic Approach (Mandatory, Winter only)
- Analysis and Evaluation in Sociology (Mandatory, Spring and Summer only)
- Four Components of choice, Interdisciplinary AND Specialist
- End of Year Examination
YEAR TWO
- Four Components of choice, Interdisciplinary AND Specialist
- Two course-external Options from approved list
- End of Year Examination OR Dissertation
YEAR THREE
- Four Components of choice, Interdisciplinary AND Specialist
- Two course-external Options from approved list
- End of Year Examination



SUPRANATIONAL POLICY & LANGUAGES
Course Code: U-013
Overview - The Supranational Policy and Languages course is widely known for its position as a direct route into the Ministry of Foreign Relations' upper levels, and its rigorous education in the subtleties of international relations in terms of treaties and multinational policy. Exploring the nature of international policy-level agreements and ramifications, the course provides students with a firm understanding of a complex subject area backed by a comprehensive understanding of a single foreign language up to the advanced level over its three years.

Course Structure -
YEAR ONE
- Policy Decisions Beyond Borders (Mandatory)
- Polymathic Approach (Mandatory, Winter only)
- The Creation of International Policy (Mandatory, Spring and Summer only)
- Language 1 (Constitutes Two Components)
- Two Components of choice, Interdisciplinary AND Specialist
- End of Year Examination
YEAR TWO
- Three Components of choice, Interdisciplinary AND Specialist
- One course-external Option from approved list
- Language 2 (Constitutes Two Components)
- End of Year Examination OR Dissertation
YEAR THREE
- Four Components of choice, Interdisciplinary AND Specialist
- Language 3 (Constitutes Two Components)
- End of Year Examination



STATE HISTORY
Course Code: U-014
Overview - State History, the other History component taught at the undergraduate level, is a course that looks into the Pekweng nation's past and its complexities, considering the development of society during various periods and studying the relationship between events and consequences to fully understand the significance of the subject matter. The three year coursein State History provides students with a basic understanding of the broad subject and the methodology involved, before going on to study students' areas of interest in further detail.

Course Structure -
YEAR ONE
- Anemos Major: Past and Present (Mandatory)
- Polymathic Approach (Mandatory, Winter only)
- Analysis and Evaluation of Historical Sources (Mandatory, Spring and Summer only)
- Four Components of choice, Interdisciplinary AND Specialist
- End of Year Examination
YEAR TWO
- Five Components of choice, Interdisciplinary AND Specialist
- One course-external Option from approved list
- End of Year Examination OR Dissertation
YEAR THREE
- Five Components of choice, Interdisciplinary OR Specialist
- One course-external Option from approved list
- End of Year Examination






Ecclesiastical Studies
The Ecclesiastical Faculties, an integral part of the University of Santo Tomas, consist of the following:

*Faculty of Sacred Theology
*Faculty of Philosophy
*Faculty of Canon Law

The three Ecclesiastical Faculties are organically independent of one another, each one having its own governing body, faculty staff, and students, as well as their particular academic courses and programs.
They are entrusted by the Church with the task of preparing with special care students for the priestly ministry, for teaching the sacred sciences, and for the more arduous task of the apostolate. Furthermore, they are enjoined by the Church "to promote the continuing permanent education of the ministers of the Church".
As the primary component of the Catholic University, the Ecclesiastical Faculties share in the University’s responsibility to be an educative community permeated by the spirit of freedom and charity; in particular, the Ecclesiastical Faculties strive to become, in word and witness, a fraternal Christian community, nourished by prayer and the celebration of the Eucharist.

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Faculty of Sacred Theology

The purpose of the Faculty of Sacred Theology is to teach and conduct research on the truths of salvation revealed by God, preserved and taught by the Catholic Church, and lived, in union with the Universal Church, by the Christians in the Commonwealth. It is tasked with the formation of the clergy and of the faithful at the level required for the certification of academic degrees conferred under the authority of the Holy See. It likewise aims to have a continued close collaboration with the Church Hierarchy, particularly with regard to the scientific analyis of the issues and problems of the times and their theological discernment from Christian faith, directed to integral Christian praxis.
The Faculty of Sacred Theology is as old as the University itself, since the primary purpose of the Dominican Fathers in founding this institution of learning was to train from among the young men who flocked to their lecture rooms worthy ministers of the altar.

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Faculty of Philosophy

Philosophy was one of the earliest academic programs being offered since the University was founded. Bachelor, Licentiate and Doctorate degrees in Philosophy, by that time, were given only to those who are entering for priesthood, through the Faculty of Philosophy. The program was enlarged and subsequently called Faculty of Philosophy and Letters, years after the University’s foundation.When the Central Seminary was to be established directly under the Sacred Congregation on Seminaries and Universities, and the University Administration, a complete separation of religious and lay students was brought about, according to the wishes of the Church, two courses had to be established:

*Ecclesiastical, subject to the laws of the Church; and
*Civil, subject to state legislation.

For this reason, the Faculty of Philosophy was established in the Central Seminary. This was intended to enable the students to undertake the study of Sacred Theology more profitably later on.

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Faculty of Canon Law

The Faculty of Canon Law aims to study and to promote the juridical disciplines in the light of the Gospel and to mold the students in the spirit of the Church's common Law, so that they may be prepared for scientific research regarding its development and interpretation, to teach the same in seminaries, houses of studies and Ecclesiastical Faculties, and be trained for professional practice in diocesan and religious curias as well as to hold special ecclesiastical posts. The Faculty of Canon Law shall research with special interest for ways and means to harmonize the difference between the laws of the Church and those of the State.


APPLICATIONS
Applications to the IUniversity are managed through the central authority, and passed onto us through this centralised system. As such, applications will follow the general pattern employed by most universities within the Ministry of Education of Pekweng, using a highly similar application form and queries.

Please note that admissions to the University is highly competitive, and that not all applicants can be assured a place upon application. Places will be provided on the basis of individual merit as perceived by the college; decisions are final, and cannot be appealed on the basis of merit alone.

UNDERGRADUATE APPLICATION
Please fill in the following application in full. Modifications cannot be made after submitting this application.

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[size=150]Undergraduate Application[/size]
[b]Institution Code:[/b] 001

[b]Title:[/b]
[b]Given name(s):[/b]
[b]Family name(s):[/b]
[b]Gender:[/b]
[b]Date of birth:[/b]

[b]Country of birth:[/b]
[b]Nationality:[/b]
[b]Country of residence:[/b]

[b]Secondary Education (Institution Name):[/b]
[b]Attendance:[/b]
[b]Years Attended:[/b]

[b]Most Recent Public Qualifications Taken:[/b]
[b]Examining Body:[/b]
[b]Year Taken:[/b]
[b]Subjects Taken:[/b]
[b]Grades Obtained:[/b]

[b]Personal Summary:[/b] Please add up to 1000 words summarising the reasons for your wanting to come to this institution and those elements you believe qualify you for a place.

[b]Undergraduate Course Name:[/b]
[b]Undergraduate Course Code:[/b]
[b]Accommodation:[/b] Please specify Hall here if desired, or leave blank for random placement.


GRADUATE APPLICATION
Please fill in the following application in full. Modifications cannot be made after submitting this application.

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[size=150]Graduate Application[/size]
[b]Institution Code:[/b] 002

[b]Title:[/b]
[b]Given name(s):[/b]
[b]Family name(s):[/b]
[b]Gender:[/b]
[b]Date of birth:[/b]

[b]Country of birth:[/b]
[b]Nationality:[/b]
[b]Country of residence:[/b]

[b]Undergraduate Education (Institution Name):[/b]
[b]Attendance:[/b]
[b]Years Attended:[/b]

[b]Undergraduate Major:[/b]
[b]Degree Class Obtained:[/b]

[b]Postgraduate Education (Institution Name):[/b] Please fill in this section if applicable.
[b]Attendance:[/b]
[b]Years Attended:[/b]

[b]Postgraduate Major:[/b]
[b]Degree Class Obtained:[/b]

[b]Personal Summary:[/b] Please add up to 1000 words summarising the reasons for your wanting to come to this institution and those elements you believe qualify you for a place.

[b]Graduate Subject:[/b] Please specify the specific subject you wish to study.
[b]Institution:[/b] Please specify an Institution of choice if desired, or leave blank for College placement.
[b]Accommodation:[/b] Please specify Hall here or Residence if desired, specify desire for random placement to School accommodation or specify alternate option.





INTERNATIONAL PROGRAMS AND EXCHANGES
As a highly internationalist institution with a deep focus on expanding the focus and horizons of our students, PNU is dedicated to the establishment of close working relationships with a variety of institutes and organisations both within and without Pekweng. Our ties with a large number of prominent establishments, are particularly close, and with our entry into the international stage it is our intent to extend the opportunity to form such relationships to similar entities overseas. From universities to foundations, we will consider each and every request and offer made to us in the interests of bringing the countless benefits offered by an institution such as ours to the wider world and those within it who would make use of them.

Ismalyr currently maintains three primary patterns of international partnership.

> Joint Degrees - Established at the postgraduate level, the University is willing to consider and construct two-and-two year courses spent at Pekweng and a separate institution of higher education abroad in pursuit of specific postgraduate qualifications with the opportunity for travel and variety as an integral part of the learning experience.

> Exchange Programs - Either for undergraduate students or faculty, the University would be interested in establishing exchange programs between Ismalyr and a separate institution of higher education abroad with the intent to foster further understanding of our respective nations in those involved in resultant programs and provide opportunities of a similar nature to those accommodating such students or staff. Undergraduate students would complete a year abroad prior to beginning their full undergraduate studies at Pekweng, while staff would be sent abroad for individually agreed periods of time on short or medium term tenures.

> Scholarship Foundations - Foreign entities are invited to establish bursary programs for talented overseas students at the University. Of course, given the relatively limited spaces available for overseas students, such programs would cover one or two students apiece; however, for those involved, it would create a valuable opportunity to further access to a world-class institute of tertiary education at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels.

Applications for international partnerships have not been formalised. Those interested are invited to write an open letter to the University on behalf of those who are to play the hosting party describing the nature of the program they wish to establish, and a short description of what their program entails.

Upon further request, a basic form has been created for those who desire a more formalised system of application. Utilising it is entirely optional; those applying to establish programs are welcome to utilise the form or pen an open letter.

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[size=125]International Program Application[/size]

[b]Type of Program:[/b] (Joint Degree/Exchange Program/Scholarship Foundation)
[b]Name of host institution/organisation:[/b]
[b]Institution/organisation type:[/b] (University?, Government?)
[b]Location of host institution/organisation:[/b]
[b]Short Description of host institution/organisation:[/b]

[b]Short Description of Proposed Program:[/b]



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Vatican XIII
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Postby Vatican XIII » Fri Jan 03, 2014 3:52 am

Vatican XIII provides free education to the poorest of the poor and in line with this, we invite you to established your University under a Foreign Higher Education Provider in Vatican XIII free for five years. While we have our free state university, we also value cultural diversity and that you can incorporate your country's culture in every subjects that you will offer. The government of Vatican XIII will pledge $5M Cron funding (every year), and will also appear in our factbook upon your confirmation.

We hope to hear from you soon,


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Postby Holy Urceopolitan See » Mon Jan 06, 2014 6:53 pm

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From the Papal Throne, a Decree by His Holiness, Urban IX,

After reviewing the curriculum and history of this storied and important National University, I am particularly impressed with the devotion to a good education and a good formulation in faith provided by this university. A wide array of educational courses are offered, in a standard and tradition worthy of the Angelic Doctor himself, who serves as the school's patron.

The Ecclesiastical Faculties, in particular, are impressive and among the best such faculties in Christendom.

As such, it would be a great privilege for me to bestow upon the university the status of Pontifical College, denoting the site as one of the greatest such universities in Christendom for forming men to serve the Church and the flock. As such, it will additionally be my great honor to visit Pekweng personally during any pontifical ceremonies held.

Pope Urban IX
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Postby Anemos Major » Wed Jan 15, 2014 7:04 pm

OOC: You've stolen the content from my Imperial College Ismalyr thread, I notice.

Pekweng wrote:Overview - The undergraduate course in Social Policy is one of largest and most influential, forming the backbone of the bureaucratic elite of countless Anemonian governmental institutions. Its objective is to arm its students with a full understanding of the nature and objectives of social policy, wider views of social policy within society and politics and the specialist knowledge required to succeed in the conceptualisation and implementation of policy in a number of particular areas.


To the point where the word 'Anemonian' is still in your post. I promise I won't steal your stuff, and I'd be mighty obliged if you could do the same, shut down this silly plagiarised thread and write your own one.

Thank you very much in advance.


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