Fees and application

Non-European Economic Area (Non-EEA):
 per semesterper year
International Business (Bachelor Degree)1750,00 €3500,00 €
International Business (Master Degree)1250,00 €2500,00 €
Polish citizens and nationals of other European Economic Area (EEA) states:
 per semesterper year
International Business (Bachelor Degree)3000,00 PLN5550,00 PLN
International Business (Master Degree)3000,00 PLN5550,00 PLN

 

 

Application

 

Non-European Economic Area (Non-EEA) applicants:

 

Non-EEA applicants are enrolled through the Foreign Students Office. Please visit the website http://international.ug.edu.pl or contact by e-mail fso@ug.edu.pl

 

European Economic Area (EEA) applicants:

 

The first step of admission procedure obligatory for all candidates from EEA is the registration through the system of Internet Candidates Application (Internetowa Rejestracja Kandydatów – IRK). Applicants may receive help at the Departmental Recruitment Commission. Please contact Dr. Tomasz Michałowski (t.michalowski@ug.edu.pl).


For Bachelor Degree Program deadline for registration through the IRK platform is 10th July 2017.


For Master Degree Program deadline for registration through the IRK platform is 18th July 2017.


Applicants must submit the set of required documents within 7 calendar days after the publication of the ranking list of candidates.

 

 

 

Requirements

 

1) Bachelor Degree Program:

 

  • an application form, signed by the candidate, requesting admission, generated by and printed from the IRK system;
  • an original or photocopy of a school-leaving certificate/high-school diploma, entitling the holder to follow tertiary-level studies. A photocopy must be certified as authentic by the University or a notary public;
  • nostrification of the school-leaving certificate/high-school diploma (if required);*
  • certification in the form of legalization or an apostille if the document was issued by an institution functioning within the education system of a state that is a party to the Hague Convention of October 5, 1961, which removes the requirement of legalizing official foreign documents;
  • a sworn translation into Polish language of the certificate/diploma;
  • citizens of the EU, Switzerland, or EFTA countries – parties to the European Economic Area Agreement - a photocopy of passport or ID card
  • citizens of other countries (entitled to study under the same conditions as Polish citizens) - a photocopy of passport and a residence permit (with the decision, which contains the legal basis for the granting of a document, if it's not a permanent residence permit) or passport and Polish Charter.

    All of these copies must be certified by the University or a public notary.

 

2) Master Degree Program:

 

  • an application form, signed by the candidate, requesting admission, generated by and printed from the IRK system;
  • an original or photocopy of certificate/diploma of completion of tertiary-level studies, with a copy of a document that permits an assessment of the course and duration of those studies (for example, a supplement to the certificate/diploma, a list of subjects, a student’s grade book, or other document). A photocopy of the certificate/diploma must be certified as authentic by the University or a notary public;
  • nostrification of the certificate/diploma (nostrification is not required for certificates/diplomas that are recognized on the basis of international agreement, or on the basis of Article 191 a, paragraphs 3 and 4, of the legislation of July 27, 2005, the Law of Higher Education);
  • certification in the form of legalization or an apostille if the document was issued by an institution functioning within the education system of a state that is a party to the Hague Convention of October 5, 1961, which removes the requirement of legalizing official foreign documents;
  • a sworn translation translation into Polish language of: the certificate/diploma of completion of tertiary-level studies; a supplement to the certificate/diploma, a list of subjects or a student’s grade book (if for a chosen course, one of the criteria is grade-point average from previous studies);
  • citizens of the EU, Switzerland, or EFTA countries – parties to the European Economic Area Agreement - a photocopy of passport or ID card
  • citizens of other countries (entitled to study under the same conditions as Polish citizens) - a photocopy of passport and a residence permit (with the decision, which contains the legal basis for the granting of a document, if it's not a permanent residence permit) or passport and Polish Charter.

    All of these copies must be certified by the University or a public notary.

 

 

 

 

 

*Nostrification is not necessary in the case of the following:

1.Certificates obtained in the education systems of EU states, EFTA states, or OECD (Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development) states, that is school-leaving certificates or high-school diplomas, matura-type certificates or diplomas, or other documents that entitle the bearer to apply for admission to university studies in the state, in the education system of which such a document was issued, or which were issued by a school or other educational institution recognized by the state, in the territory of which or in the education system of which that school or institution functions.

 This applies to school-leaving certificates obtained in the following states: Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Chile, Croatia, Cyprus, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Greece, Spain, Ireland, Iceland, Israel, Japan, Canada, Korea, Lichtenstein, Lithuania, Luxemburg, Latvia, Malta, Mexico, the Netherlands, Germany, Norway, New Zealand, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Switzerland, Sweden, Turkey, USA, Hungary,  the United Kingdom, and Italy.

2. IB (International Baccalaureate) diplomas, awarded by the International Baccalaureate Organization in Geneva;

3. EB (European Baccalaureate) diplomas, awarded by European Schools, in accordance with the Convention on the Status of European Schools, drawn up in Luxemburg on June 21, 1994 (Journal of  Laws, 2005, No. 3, item 10).

4. Certificates set out in international agreements (the list of such agreements can be found on the website of the Polish Ministry of Science and Higher Education - Ministerstwo Nauki i Szkolnictwa Wyższego).