18.01.2022 (Tuesday)16:00 CET (UTC+1)

How to apply to a university in Poland?

How to apply to a uni in Poland

Many people dream of studying abroad, but feel overwhelmed with the application process, the requirements, and the sheer amount of information they need to read and digest. Another important issue is the cost of education, which may be lowered thanks to scholarships, but it might be hard to get your head around the scholarship options available to foreign candidates. During our webinar, we will talk about all these matters and answer any questions you might have.

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Meeting focus

We have invited an experts form the Polish National Agency for Academic Exchange (NAWA) and from the Educatio Board to explain, in simple terms, how to apply to a university in Poland. We will focus on the following topics:

  • What role do the Polish National Agency for Academic Exchange (NAWA) and ENIC-NARIC centers play in the recognition process?
  • What is the role of the Polish Education Board in the recognition process?
  • What questions do foreign candidates ask most frequently?
  • What aspects of the university application process are most important?
  • What does “recognition of qualifications” mean?
  • What scholarships are available in Poland to international university candidates and students?

Our experts

Krzysztof Krasuski

Expert

Krzysztof Krasuski

Education Recognition Specialist at the Regional Education Board in Katowice

Krzysztof is a graduate and a former employee of the University of Economics In Katowice. He also collaborated with the Silesian University of Technology. He has several years of experience as a trainer – consultant specializing in obtaining European grants. He co-authored programs for numerous training courses and projects concerning EU funds, for public institutions and private entities.

Joanna Nyga

Expert

Joanna Nyga

Credentials evaluator, team leader at the Department for Academic Recognition, NAWA

Joanna is a graduate of the Jagiellonian University. She has several years of experience in evaluating and recognizing academic credentials obtained in countries other than Poland. She has participated in international projects and initiatives concerning recognition of diplomas, and in projects carried out by the Polish ENIC-NARIC Centre. She has developed and delivered many training sessions on recognition of credentials organized for Polish higher education institutions.

dorota slowinska

Host

Dorota Słowińska

International Admissions Officer, psychology student at SWPS University

“Working with candidates and students from around the world gives me a lot of satisfaction. I graduated from a secondary school in Dublin, Ireland, so as someone who has experienced the process of moving to a foreign country as well as learning in a foreign school, in a foreign language, I know how important the support of the institution and its employees is for the newcomers.”

This project is financed by the Polish National Agency for Academic Exchange under the Welcome to Poland programme

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