Stage 1. Meeting the admission criteria for a bachelor or master degree programs:
Holding a matriculation certificate (baccalaureate)
Having a first degree diploma (Bachelor’s Degree) in case of applying for a Master’s Degree/li>
Stage 2. Collecting all the documents
The application form
A photocopy of the matriculation certificate and its original copy for inspection
The first degree (Bachelor’s) diploma (in case of applying for a Master’s Degree)
1 photograph 4.5 x 3.5 cm
A colour photograph in JPG format with dimensions of 456 x 368 (height to width) pixels, with a resolution of 300 dpi.
Foreigners shall additionally submit:
A photocopy of the matriculation certificate (Bachelor’s Degree diploma – in case they apply for a Master Degree Program) together with a certified translation and the apostille or the document authentication
A photocopy of the passport together with the visa
Medical certificate confirming they have no contraindications to start studying in Poland
A copy of the certificate confirming their knowledge of Polish language, if they hold one.
Stage 3. Delivery of the set of documents to the Recruitment Office by regular mail or in person.
Stage 4. Signing the Study Agreement and paying the recruitment-related fee (the admission fee).
It is not necessary. The complete set of documents may be submitted on the applicant’s behalf by a person authorised by this applicant to do that. However, please remember that the application form must be signed by the applicant. The complete set of required documents may also be delivered to the Recruitment Office by regular mail.
Bolesław Prus University of Humanities in Warsaw [in Polish: Warszawska Wyższa Szkoła Humanistyczna im. B. Prusa] ul. Smulikowskiego 6/8, 00-389 Warsaw
All students, regardless of the mode of studies, can apply for financial assistance benefits such as: social bursaries, special financial assistance grants, the Rector’s scholarships or student loans. The granting of the benefit and its amount is determined by specified conditions that need to be met. Detailed rules of granting the various forms of financial assistance are to be found on the website of the university or in the Treasury Office.