Candidates who intend to study in Poland in Wszechnica Polska University in Warsaw should deliver the following documents to our Admissions Office:
Scans of these documents can be also send via e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Once you are admitted and have begun your studies in Wszechnica Polska University in Warsaw, you also have to submit the following:
Every document that has been issued in a language other than Polish needs to be translated into Polish. The translation should be officially certified, which means it should be a sworn translation (in Polish: tłumaczenie przysięgłe). Therefore, it is recommended that you obtain sworn translations of all your documents into Polish after you arrive in Poland.
Legalisation of foreign school certificates and diplomas
Every certificate of secondary (high school) education and every higher-education graduation diploma obtained outside of the Republic of Poland have to be certified with an apostille or legalised, otherwise the University cannot recognize them. Only International Baccalaureate (IBO) diplomas and European Baccalaureate certificates do not have to be legalised.
Legalisation is a procedure which confirms that a document is authentic, that is original and valid in another country. A document is legalised by the Polish consul in the country which issued it. In order to legalise a certificate or a diploma, you have to bring the document in question to the Polish consulate and ask about the legalisation procedure.
Students with a General Certificate of Secondary Education issued by the following countries do not need an apostille to be admitted on one of our courses:
Algeria, Austria, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, China, Cyprus, Montenegro, Czech Republic, Egypt, Estonia, Finland, Greece, Iraq, North Korea, Cuba, Libya, Lithuania, Latvia, Macedonia, Morocco, Mongolia, Russia, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Syria, Hungary, Tunisia, Turkey, Ukraine, Vietnam, Italy, Great Britain.
Entry fee: 400 euro
and Master degree
|Course||Tuition fee per year||Tuition fee per year for EU citizens|
|Finance and Accounting||Banking & Corporate Finance||3300 euro||2700 euro|
|Internal Security||Public Order and Safety Protection||3300 euro||2700 euro|
|Philology||International Business Communications||2800 euro||2200 euro|
Payment by bank transfer must be made to the following account:
PKO BP VIII O/Warszawa
45 1020 1013 0000 0502 0002 8332
KOD SWIFT: BPKOPLPW (dla wpłat zagranicznych)
Szkoła Wyższa w Warszawie
PKiN, Pl. Defilad 1
Wszechnica Polska Szkoła Wyższa w Warszawie kształci od 2001 roku m.in. na kierunkach: filologia angielska, a filologia hiszpańska, pedagogika, finanse i rachunkowość i wiele innych. Studia licencjackie i magisterskie.