SECOND - CYCLE STUDIES
The requirements for foreigners intending to apply for MSc studies
Registration: full-time second-cycle studies
The Admissions Committee (MKR) - Building "V", ground floor room V7, ul. Powstańców Warszawy 12.
- Registration of candidates in the Internet Recruitment System (SIR) and payment of the recruitment fee
- Submission of a portfolio by candidates for the course of architecture.·
- After registration, the candidate submits documents to the Admissions Committee
- Persons applying for a place in a dormitory are asked to mark this fact when registering in the Internet Recruitment System (SIR) https://rekrutacja.prz.edu.pl/wybor-rekrutacji
- The Admissions Committee will determine the final number of points taken into account while the recruitment. A candidate is accepted only after fulfilling all 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 BSc Diploma authenticated with an Apostille or Legalisation, 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 MSc studies.
Apostille or legalization: Legalisation is the certification of a document’s formal conformity with the law binding in the place of its issue or of the authenticity of the seals and signatures placed on the document. In countries – parties to the Hague Convention of 5 October 1961 Abolishing the Requirement of Legalisation for Foreign Public Documents legalisation was replaced by apostille.
Academic Recognition (NAWA): In the case of a diploma which is subjected to recognition or nostrification – an original decision of the Polish National Agency for Academic Exchange (NAWA)
Foreign degrees are recognised in Poland for the purpose of further education on the basis of international agreements or - if there are no such agreements – on the basis of national legislation. For more information regarding academic recognition please select the appropriate menu item form the side menu and check whether your degree gives access in Poland. The recognition statement is issued only in Polish and it is free of charge.
How to obtain a recognition statement of BSc Diploma: If you need a recognition statement, e.g. to present it to your employer or to continue your study at Polish university, you can use the KWALIFIKATOR system, or apply for an individual statement to NAWA according to following instruction.
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. A medical certificate - stating that there are no contraindications to undertake studies + original translation into Polish.
7. An insurance policy covering accident insurance and reimbursement of medical expenses or a European Health Insurance Card (EKUZ).
In the absence of insurance, the candidate admitted to studies is obliged to take out insurance with the National Health Fund immediately after starting education or present a valid insurance policy. The candidate makes a statement.
8. [ 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.
9. A declaration of an exemption from fees for education (if applicable).
10. A declaration of the validity of the provided data.
Candidates submit the documents in person to the Admissions Committee (MKR) within the deadline determined in the recruitment schedule.