English version

Citizens of foreign countries applying for studies in English at Warsaw University of Technology on the same conditions as citizens of Poland must register at https://rekrutacja.pw.edu.pl/ and select a desired programme of studies. Next, an application fee of the amount given must be paid into an individually given bank account, which will be accompanied by the confirmation of registration.

As soon as the application fee is entered into the bank system, the applicant gets the confirmation of payment on its own page in the registration portal and obtains the official status of a study candidate.

 

List of documents required during application:

  For M.Sc. level:

  • the higher education diploma (at least undergraduate) submitted together with two important requirements:
    1. Legalization or apostille depending on country in which the document was issued,
    2. Eligibility statement saying that document allows to continue education on appropriate (M.Sc.) level; 
  • photocopy of diploma supplement (with its original available upon request) or official transcript of grades;
  • photocopy of International Baccalaureate diploma (IB) or secondary-school leaving examination certificate or other document obtained abroad considered to be equivalent to respective Polish maturity certificate;
  • the copy of passport pages with three required elements: personal information, photo and signature;
  • document certifying the right for applying for study programme according to rules applicable to Polish nationals;
  • document that certifies the candidate's possession of health insurance or casualty insurance for the period of studying in Poland, or photocopy of the European Health Insurance Card, or a declaration of taking out the insurance in the National Health Fund (Narodowy Fundusz Zdrowia) immediately upon start of first semester;
  • four photographs (35x45 mm) taken according to the guidelines for issuing identity cards.

All documents of students from the European Union must be translated into Polish