1.PLAN YOUR STUDIES
There’s more to a study experience than rankings – and that’s what you can experience with us. Come and start your journey with StudyIn!
The fact is, you won’t find the world’s number one university in Poland. Not every university can be the first though. But you will, for instance, find one of the oldest universities in Europe.
You will also experience something very different. We are trying our best to work together with our Partners and Students and make the recruitment and university experience pleasant for everyone.
So what do you get with us? An opportunity to grow. A friendly and fastly developing country to live in. A better quality of life, better goals, multiple chances to take, modern teaching facilities, the great outdoors, an international community to be a part of.
You must know that you won’t be spoon fed your degree or language education here. Once you become a student in Poland you’re responsible for your own learning goals. You’ll learn to develop your own plans and ambitions. And you’ll focus on the quality of what you learn and what you create. What if you fail? It’s an important part of the learning process. You have the right to change your mind, try multiple degrees and courses, switch careers, travel and access exchange programs. For people in Poland, that is nothing new.
Find a program
What you’ve got to do first is to find a program that suits you and meets your criteria. It is not that simple with almost 400 universities to choose from. Don’t worry, we’ve done a bit of the research for you. We’ve put together a list of the language courses, bachelor’s and master’s programs on offer. All you need to do is decide what your passion and interests are and assess your language level. We will then help you find the right university course.
Learn what entry requirements you need to meet
Applying to study in Poland is pretty easy. Find a programme. Apply. Then wait for the results. What’re you waiting for?
First things first. These are things like having completed a high-school and having a proper diploma and transcript of grades issued by your school. Or having a bachelor’s degree issued by the university. What more? Having a sufficient level of English is crucial. If you are not yet there, you may start with an English preparatory course.
You may need to meet some specific entry requirements too. You’ll find them listed on the program’s webpage. For example, entry examination in Biology and Chemistry is usually required by the 6MD (MBBS) programs.
Our consultants will guide you through the admission requirements of all your desired programs.
Decide whether you are eligible for the studies in Poland - send us your documents and let us evaluate your profile within max. 3 business days.
- Submit Entry documents for evaluation and pay university Application fee
- Wait for the decision
- Collect Conditional Acceptance Letter
- Pay Tuition fee and submit all the Admission documents
- Receive official Decision on Admission and Visa Letter
- Book your Accommodation
- Book your Visa appointment
- Purchase Health Insurance
- Apply for Visa
First thing universities will ask you to do is collect documents required for evaluation and further admission process. These documents are determined by the Ministry of Higher Education, however particular universities may apply their own additional requirements. We have listed the most common documents you will need to prepare.
- High School / Bachelor Diploma with
- Apostille (if a country that granted the diploma is member of Hague Convention about Apostille)
- or Legalization (other countries)
- Translation (into English or Polish)
- High School / Bachelor Transcript with:
- Apostille or Legalization
- Document confirming eligibility for studies at a certain level in home country
- Document proving B2 level of English proficiency (E.g. IELTS 6.0)
- Passport copy
- Photograph (digital)
- Portfolio (required only by some programs ex. Architecture, Design)
- CV (required only by some universities and programs)
- Cover letter (required only by some universities and programs)
- Recommendation letter (required only by some universities and programs)
- Filled Online Registration Form
4.LEGALIZATION AND NOSTRIFICATION
Certificates, diplomas or other educational documents that confirm the completion of secondary education in the European Union, European Economic Area (EEA) or OECD member states as well as the right to apply for higher education programs in the country of issue shall be recognized in Poland by operation of law (i.e. automatically). Candidates from all the other countries will have to undergo foreign diploma recognition procedure.
Foreign school certificates, diplomas or other educational documents may be recognized in Poland automatically or as a result of an administrative recognition procedure done by a province education superintendent.
Sounds difficult? Not with StudyIn. We will guide you through all the administrative procedures before and after your arrival in Poland. We will tell you which Ministries you need to approach in your country, as well as where education superintendents reside in Poland.