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The requirements towards foreigners intending to apply for BSc studies

The requirements for foreigners intending to apply for BSc studies


Full-time studies - registration from June 1, 2024 - July 11, 2024, until 3 p.m. - recruitment schedule

Fill out the personal questionnaire (SIR form):

1st stage of the recruitment:   Registration and verification of foreign documents entitling to study - Department of International Cooperation. Building "V", 2nd floor, room V-214.

The candidate submits scans of original documents confirming the right to undertake first-cycle full-time studies for the initial qualification.

The candidate may do so by choosing one of the following options:

  • by placing scans of documents in a personal registration account in the SIR;
  • by e-mail - scans of documents should be sent to the following e-mail address: or
  • in person - Department of International Cooperation, building V, second floor, room 214.

Documents for prequalification:

  1. A scan/copy of a high school graduation certificate or a scan/copy of a secondary school leaving certificate obtained abroad, legalized or with an apostille entitling to apply for admission to studies at any type of university in the country where the document was issued;
  2. Scan/copy of the diploma supplement with grades legalized or apostilled; (candidates from Ukraine also scan/copy of NMT; Belarusian CT)
  3. Translation: For documents issued abroad, a translation into Polish is required, prepared, or certified by a sworn translator or a consul of the Republic of Poland in the country where the document was issued. This also applies to legalization and apostille.

           The list of sworn translators can be found here


2nd stages of the recruitment:  

After qualifying for the ranking list and receiving the invitation - messages on the SIR account, the candidate submits the original documents: 

from July 15, 2024, from 12:00 - 16:00 and from July 16-18 2024, from 9:00 - 16:00 

to the Commission for the recruitment of foreigners,  Building V, ground floor, room V-7, Al. Powstańców Warszawy 12.

The candidate submits the documents in person. 

  • Documents sent by post must reach KRC until July 18, 2024, at 4 p.m. The candidate sends notarized copies of the required documents by post.
  • Please do not send original documents!!!!
  • Address: Komisja ds. rekrutacji cudzoziemców (KRC), Rzeszów University of Technology, Al. Powstańców Warszawy 12, 35-959 Rzeszów

The commission for the recruitment of foreigners  (KRC) will determine the rules for converting grades from the subjects taken into account during the recruitment. A candidate is accepted only after fulfilling all of the criteria.

The documents to be required:

1. A personal questionnaire (SIR APPLICATION FORM) - printed from the Online Recruitment System and signed by the candidate.

2. An original secondary school certificate with an apostille or authenticated by a notary, together with its translation confirmed by a sworn translator or the consul of the Republic of Poland in the country where it was issued or any other document received abroad entitled to apply for studies.

If your secondary school certificate is subjected to recognition to continue education (document acquired in a foreign education system) you need a written decision of a superintendent of education (Kuratorium Oświaty) relevant to the place of a candidate’s dwelling. If it is out of the territory of the Republic of Poland – a superintendent of schools relevant to the main office of the university which the candidate applies (regulated by the Ministry of National Education’s decree as of 25th March 2015 about recognition of certificates issued abroad).
Recognition of foreign education diploma or qualifications to continue education:  
Kuratorium Oświaty: 

Recognition of foreign school certificates and diplomas in Poland:

3. A photo uploaded in the Application SIR.

4. A passport (for review).

5. A visa, residence card, or any other document allowing for a stay in Poland. 

Citizens of the European Union may stay on the territory of the Republic of Poland for up to 3 months. After this deadline, they must register their stay at the Department of Citizens and Foreigners Affairs of the Podkarpackie Voivodeship Office in Rzeszów.

6. [ Studies in Polish]  A document confirming Polish language knowledge level B2 (a certificate of completing a one-year preparatory course). 

   [ Studies in English]  A document confirming English language knowledge level B2.

7. A declaration of an exemption from fees for education (if applicable).

8. A declaration of the validity of the provided data.

Candidates submit the documents in person to the Commission for the recruitment of foreigners within the deadline determined in the recruitment schedule.