Application
6 short steps to get closer to realize your dream career

STEP 1 – review our offer and select the right program
STEP 2 - fill in online application form - IRK and upload the required documents 
STEP 3 - wait for confirmation
STEP 4- Pay admission fee
STEP 5 – wait for selection results
STEP 6 – SEE YOU AT UAK

 

Necessary documents: printout of the online application in the University system

  • confirmation of admission payment
  • Bachelor's degree diploma (together with a supplement, if applicable) or another document of completion of studies abroad, which allow to start the second cycle studies in the country it was issued. Diploma should be legalized or given an apostille. Candidate should also provide a statement that his diploma allows him to take up the second cycle studies in the country it was issued – if such a statement is not already written on the diploma**
  • certified translation of the documents to the English language done by a sworn translator
  • document certifying the knowledge of English
  • medical certificate stating that there are no contraindications to undertake education in a chosen field of study and form of education
  • document that certifies the candidate's possession of health insurance or casualty insurance for the period of studying in Poland

**International qualification certificates obtained outside of Poland (except for the International Baccalaureate diploma and the European Baccalaureate certificate) have to be authenticated with apostille or legalised. This serves as the basis of acknowledging foreign documents as valid in the territory of Poland. If the documents are issued in countries which are parties to the Hague Convention of 5 October 1961, apostille has to be obtained. The list of countries and institutions responsible in each country for issuing apostille may be found here.

Legalisation, similarly to apostille, confirms the authenticity of a document issued in a country other than Poland. Documents have to be legalized if obtaining an apostille is not possible because the country that issued the document is not a party to the Hague Convention mentioned above. If the certificate was issued in such country, you need to contact the institution responsible in this country for legalising documents (in order to use them abroad). Usually it is the ministry of foreign affairs or ministry of education. After obtaining initial confirmation, the Polish consulate should be contacted in order to finalise legalisation of the document.

 

Document certifying the knowledge of English

  • Cambridge B2 First (grade C or higher);
  • Cambridge C1 Advanced;
  • Cambridge C2 Proficiency;
  • IELTS Academic (at least 5.5 points);
  • TOEFL (at least: iBT: 72 points, ITP: 543 points, CBT: 180 points);
  • higher education diploma in the field of English Philology (English Studies);
  • higher education diploma, if the language of instruction was English;
  • IB diploma;
  • EB certificate;
  • citizenship of a country in which English is the official language;
  • other document (e.g. transcript mark confirming passing the university English language course at least at B2 level)

 

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