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HOW TO APPLY

In order to apply for selected study program commencing in October for fall semester and February for spring semester, a candidate should contact the admission office of the selected University directly by e-mail (phone/fax) or through one of its foreign recruitment offices.

In case a candidate requires a visa to stay and study on the territory of European Union, he or she should apply for selected program adequately earlier, so that decision concerning visa issuance is made before the fall/ spring semester begins.

General Admission Requirements
In general, the requirements for international students applying for universities in Poland are as follows:

Admission Information for BA or BSC (Bachelors) Candidates:

  • Notarized secondary school certificate or an official duplicate issued by the candidate's high school,
  • filled out application form,
  • 4 passport-size photographs,
  • copy of candidate’s ID (passport),
  • certificate of the English language proficiency optionally (unless the high school courses were taught in English);
  • medical certificate with no contraindication for studying,
  • admission fee payment receipt.

Admission Information for MA (Master) candidates:

  • Undergraduate program diploma or an official duplicate issued by the university,
  • candidate's CV with the details about the school and professional career optionally,
  • one academic reference and one personal reference optionally,
  • filled out application form,
  • 4 passport-size photographs,
  • copy of the candidate’s ID (passport),
  • proof of English language proficiency (unless the first degree was taught in English),
  • medical certificate with no contraindication for studying,
  • admission fee payment receipt.

However a candidate might be additionally asked to submit:

  • Notarized secondary school certificate or an official duplicate issued by the candidate's high school (when applying for master program),
  • A supplement to the undergraduate program diploma or a copy of the bachelor thesis,
  • and other documentation*

*since some universities have additional various admission requirements, it is advisable to contact selected University prior to submission of your application!

Important Note

In case a candidate requires a visa to stay and study on the territory of European Union, he or she should apply for selected program adequately earlier, so that decision concerning visa issuance is made before the fall/spring semester begins.

Frequently asked questions

Q: How long does it take to complete bachelor and master studies in Poland?
A: In general, it takes 3 academic years to complete bachelor studies (6 semesters), whereas master studies, depending on the field of studies, last from 1,5 to 2 academic years (3 or 4 semesters accordingly).