The admission process in full swing!

Despite COVID-19 situation, Polish universities preparing themselves for the upcoming academic year 2020/2021, including the admission process for international students . There is plenty to choose from, because Polish universities offer a wide range of study programs at bachelor's, master's and doctoral levels completely taught in foreign languages, mostly in English. To get more information about the offer of Polish universities, we recommend to use ...

Constitution for Science in English

The Act of 20 July 2018 The Law on Higher Education and Science (also called Constitution for Science) is an act that was initiated by the Ministry of Science and Higher Education together with the academic community. The aim of the reform was to organize the law on science and higher education in Poland, and thus to create the best conditions for developing the science and competence of the academic staff. The adoption of the act was preceded by a consultation process,...

Polish universities among the best in the world!

The results of the latest edition of one of the most prestigious university rankings - QS World University Ranking has just been released. The ranking is based on six criteria: academic reputation, prestige among employers, lecturers to students ratio, number of citations and the number of foreign students and employees. This year, 15 Polish universities including University of Warsaw, Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan, Tadeusz Kosciuszko Cracow University of Technology, AGH University of...

Poland opens its borders with the EU countries starting from tommorow.

As announced by the Prime Minister of Poland, Mr. Mateusz Morawiecki, starting from June 13th Poland will open borders with the EU countries. The PM added that as of June 16, Poland will relaunch international flights, but noted that carriers "will probably need a week, or two or three, to prepare a flight-connection network."

Next stages of lifting Covid-19-related restrictions

As announced on May 27 by the Prime Minister of Poland, Mr. Mateusz Morawiecki, the following Covid-19 related restrictions will be lifted : Starting from May 30 Abolishment of obligation to cover mouth and nose in public spaces – with reservation that social distancing remains in force. Free access (no quotas) to places of worship, post offices, shops, bazars. Covering mouth and nose will remain mandatory. Free access (no quotas) to restaurants, cafes and...
Poland my first choice

We welcome you to apply for The Poland My First Choice Programme!

If you are a citizen of Australia, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Austria, Ireland, Portugal, Belgium, Iceland, Romania, Bulgaria, Israel, Singapore, Croatia, Japan, Slovakia, Chile, Canada, Slovenia, Cyprus, Republic of Korea, Switzerland, the Czech Republic, Liechtenstein, Sweden, Denmark, Lithuania, Uruguay, Estonia, Luxembourg, USA, Finland, Latvia, Hungary, France, Malta, Italy, Greece, Germany, the United Kingdom, Spain, Norway or Chinese citizen residing in Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan and...

Information on restoring functioning of student houses and university libraries

Conducting classes for the students, postgraduates and doctoral students in the traditional form remain suspended until 24 May. Gradual restoration of the functioning of individual institutions, including universities is expected. In connection with the implementation of the second stage of lifting the coronavirus pandemic restrictions (including opening hotels, shopping malls and libraries), we would like to inform you that it is possible for universities to gradually restore...

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