Nalanda Masters Program ONLINE 2013: Admission Form

Please fill out the form IN FULL below to register for the program. All information here is kept in strict confidence.

Applications can be submitted up to two weeks before each module starts.

    GENERAL INFORMATION

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    BACKGROUND

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    PARTICIPATION IN THE PROGRAM

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    FINAL REMARKS

    After submission of this form, you should get a reply within two weeks. If you haven't received any reply by then, please contact us by email. What happens next? The MP coordinator will contact you for an interview. This can be done with skype or by telephone. If after this, both Nalanda and yourself are happy to continue, your application will be assessed by the MP Admission Committee. After this, we'll contact you and hopefully offer you a place on the course. Thank you for your time in filling out this form, and for your interest in studying the online MP at Nalanda. "Buddhism is a training of the mind. An effect on the mind will never take place by force, but only voluntarily, on the basis of reason. Faith has an important role in mental transformation, but from a Buddhist point of view it must be faith based on conviction. Conviction, in turn, is based on understanding through investigation and analysis. Therefore, the study of the vast Buddhist scriptures is very essential. However, just as it is important to have a comprehensive understanding of the entire spectrum of the Buddha's path, it is equally important to integrate it into one's practice so that one takes the essence of these texts." - His Holiness the Dalai Lama at Centro Ewam, Florence, Meeting with Masters Program students and staff, May 1999.