Admission Requirements

 

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

  • Notarized secondary school certificate or an official duplicate issued by the candidate’s high school
  • 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 contradiction for studying
  • Admission fee payment receipt

 

Admission Information for candidates applying for Masters Degree

  • Undergraduate program diploma (Degree) or an official duplicate issued by the university.
  • Candidate’s CV with the details about the school
  • One academic reference and one personal reference, optional
  • 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 contradiction 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 thesisand other documentation*

*Since some Universities have additional admission requirements.
 
In case a candidate requires a visa to stay and study in Poland, he or she should apply for selected program adequately earlier, so that decision concerning visa issuance is made before the fall/spring semester begins.

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