General rules of admission to studies
Students from Poland approach recruitment on the terms applicable to persons with Polish citizenship. If a student has more than one citizenship and one of them is Polish, then he or she also participates in the recruitment in accordance with Polish law.
Foreign students approach the recruitment in accordance with the rules applicable to foreigners.
Recruitment for first-cycle studies
To start first-cycle studies, you must have a Polish high school diploma or another document that entitles you to take up undergraduate studies in the country where it was issued.
The total number of points required for a given position is taken into account during the recruitment process for particular fields of study.
Achievements in the Olympics are taken into account in accordance with the recruitment regulations for selected fields of study.
Candidates from abroad
Foreign students must provide a secondary school-leaving examination certificate or other document entitling them to undertake studies, equivalent to the Polish state secondary school-leaving examination. If the scale of grades on the document differs from the scale of the Polish education system, they will be converted in the values 0-100.
For foreign students, an interview is also compulsory to verify their language skills. Exemption from the recruitment interview is possible after the delivery of a certificate confirming the knowledge of English at B2 level.
Recruitment for master's or postgraduate studies
A person who has a diploma may be admitted to second-cycle studies
complete at least first-cycle studies or an equivalent document with a relevant Polish diploma. Depending on the field of study, candidates are required to take entrance exams.
Foreign students will take part in an interview to verify their knowledge of the English language. Exemption from the recruitment interview is possible after the delivery of a certificate confirming the knowledge of English at the B2 level.