Instructions about the method to get admission in Polish
Admission requirements for Poland
may vary from one university to another. But, in
general foreign applicants seeking admission to the
universities of Poland must meet the requirements laid
down by Polish law and the University's regulations.
Meeting the standard of qualifications is normally
required to be admitted to universities of Poland.
Your qualification must be analogous to the Polish
certificates (certificate of secondary education,
Bachelor's or Master's degrees).
For getting admitted
in Polish universities a student must submit an
application for enrolment, an application form
including curriculum vitae and a completed
questionnaire, a medical certificate confirming the
applicant's physical condition is adequate for
studying in a given major, proofs of completion of a
preparatory course as designated by the Ministry of
Education or confirmation from course provider or the
university that the applicant's background and Polish
language ability are sufficient to study in Poland.
Foreign students who do not speak Polish must enroll
Polish Language courses.
Applicants must enclose the latest health certificate.
For preparatory courses a student must present a
General Certificate of Education A- Level or a
photocopy. Applicants for postgraduate studies should
enclose M. A. (M. Sc.) degree certificate or a
In some of the Universities course are also available
for foreign students in Foreign Languages.