Rekrutacja: tel. +48 22 656 62 56, +48 608-670-533, Zapisz się online!
PKiN, VIII piętro, pokój 803A

Applying for admission to Bachelor degree and Master degree studies

POLISH LANGUAGE COURSE FOR FOREIGNERS

 Classes will be held during the summer holidays - in August and September 2022, in a stationary form, twice a week, from 5 pm to 8 pm (Monday-Wednesday or Tuesday-Thursday).

The course will last 60 hours and is a preparation for studies and work in Poland.

Number of course participants - min. 20 people.

 Cost of the course: 500 PLN

 In the academic year 2022/2023, graduates of the "Polish language course for foreigners" are exempt from the entry fee for bachelor's or master's studies at Wszechnica Polska.

Graduates of the "Course" who undertake studies may continue to learn Polish as part of a foreign language course (120-180 hours).

STEP-BY-STEP

1. Fill in the online application form - FILL IN                                                                              or write to us an email - rekrutacja@wszechnicapolska.edu.pl                                                   or come to the Admission Office - The Palace of Culture and Science in Warsaw,                      pl. Defilad 1, 8th floor

2. Send us a scanned copy of the following documents to                  rekrutacja@wszechnicapolska.edu.pl

●     A secondary school diploma (a document that intitles You to study)                                         translated into Polish language by a sworn (certified) translator and an Apostille or                 legalisation

●     Bachelor's degree diploma or Master's degree diploma translated into Polish with                    Apostille or legalisation (only for Master's degree studies)

●     Application form - download HERE

●     Consent to the processing of personal data - download HERE

●     ID photo - JPEG format, 45x35mm, 492 x 633 pix., max. 5 MB

●     Confirmation of payment of the entry fee - fees and transfer bank details - below

●     Document confirming the Polish language level at a minimum level of B1                               (not applicable philology)

3. Upon you arrival in Poland,  deliver to the Admission Office the following documents:

●     Original secondary school diploma (a document that intitles you to study),                             with a translation into Polish and Apostille or legalisation

●     Recognition of secondary school diploma issued by the Education Office in Warsaw             If you don't know whether your secondary school diploma needs to be recognised                 by the Education Office in Warsaw,  write to us: rekrutacja@wszechnicapolska.edu.pl

         For more information on recognition - HERE

●     Orginal Diploma of graduation from a Bachelor's or Master's course with a translation            into Polish and Apostille or legalisation

●     Original application form

●     Original consent to the processing of personal data

●     Two copies of the study agreement - HERE

●     Certificate from a doctor stating, that are no contraindications to take up study

●     Health insurance, valid in Poland

●     Printed ID photo 35x45mm

●     Passport and Poland a permanent or a temporary residence permit

4. Before you start your study, you will receive an email with your personal login details to:

●     Virtual Dean's Office                        

●     E-learning platforms

5. Students ID cards

You have to collect your student ID card personally from the Admission Office. On the website of Wszechnica Polska University, in the tab "Kandydaci-Aktualności" - you will find the numbers of all the ID cards ready to be collected by students.

What is:

Sworn translations:

Every document that has been issued in a language other than Polish needs to be translated into Polish. The translation should be officially certified, which means it should be a sworn translation (in Polish: tłumaczenie przysięgłe). Therefore, it is recommended that you obtain sworn translations of all your documents into Polish after you arrive in Poland.

Legalisation of foreign school certificates and diplomas

Every certificate of secondary (high school) education and every higher-education graduation diploma obtained outside of the Republic of Poland have to be certified with an apostille or legalised, otherwise the University cannot recognize them. Only International Baccalaureate (IBO) diplomas and European Baccalaureate certificates do not have to be legalised.

Legalisation is a procedure which confirms that a document is authentic, that is original and valid in another country. A document is legalised by the Polish consul in the country which issued it. In order to legalise a certificate or a diploma, you have to bring the document in question to the Polish consulate and ask about the legalisation procedure.

ENTRY FEE: MAY – 0zł, JUNE/JULY – 200zł, AUGUST/SEPTEMBER - 350 zł                              Additional fees: 22 zł - student ID; 7.50 zł - annual accident insurance fee

First-degree studies full-time and part-time studies

MAJOR

YEAR I

YEAR II

YEAR III

Tuition fees per semester or in 6 installments

Tuition fees per semester or in 6 installments

Tuition fees per semester or in 5 installments

Management in English

1000 euro/170 euro

1240 euro/210 euro

1480 euro/300 euro

Philology (Language communication in business and administration, Language of diplomacy and international institutions, Methodology of lecture`s work)

580 euro/100 euro

820 euro/

140 euro

880 euro/180 euro

Philology (Translations)

580 euro/130 euro

820 euro/

160 euro

980 euro/200 euro

Philology (Bilingual studies)

760 euro/130 euro

1000 euro/170 euro

980 euro/200 euro

 

YEAR „0”

   

Philology for beginners

760 euro/130 euro

   

                                 Second-degree part-time studies

MAJOR

YEAR I

YEAR II

Tuition fees per semester or in 6 installments

Tuition fees per semester or in 5 installments

Philology (Language communication in business and administration, Language of diplomacy and international institutions, Methodology of lecturer`s work)

700 euro/120 euro

930 euro/190 euro

Philology

(Polish-English translations)

700 euro/120 euro

(I semestr)

880 euro/150 euro

(II semestr)

1080 euro/220 euro

 

Philology (Bilingual studies)

820 euro/140 euro

1080 euro/220 euro

 Additional fees: 22 - student ID; 7.50 zł - an annual fee for accident insurance.

Payment by bank transfer must be made to the following account:

In the title of the transfer please write: first name, surname and the chosen major of study

PKO BP VIII O/Warszawa
39 1910 1048 2209 9986 7908 0001

KOD SWIFT: BPKOPLPW (dla wpłat zagranicznych)
IBAN: Pl

WSZECHNICA POLSKA
Szkoła Wyższa w Warszawie
PKiN, Pl. Defilad 1
00-901 Warszawa

O Uczelni

Wszechnica Polska Akademia Nauk Stosowanych w Warszawie kształci od 2001 roku m.in. na kierunkach: filologia angielska, a filologia hiszpańska, pedagogika, finanse i rachunkowość i wiele innych. Studia licencjackie i magisterskie.

Dowiedz się więcej ...

Tagi
Linki
Ostatnie wiadomości
Szanowni Studenci i Szanowni Kandydaci, Wraz ze zmianą nazwy Uczelni…
Koło naukowe PAEDAGOGICA zaprasza dnia 9.06. o godz. 19.00 na…