Which documents you need to study:
  1. certificate of secondary education – for the first cycle studied
  2. university degree with a supplement or index - for the second cycle studies
  3. passport, residence card, the Polish Card or other document
  4. insurance policy or an European Health Insurance Card
Remember that in order to take up studies in Polish at our university you should:

1. finish the year preparatory course of Polish

or

2. have a certificate of knowledge of Polish issued by the State Commission for the Certification of Proficiency in Polish as a Foreign Language;

or

3. pass the exam in the Polish language (written and oral)

If...
you have Polish Card

or
you are a citizen of one of the Member States of the European Union or EFTA member states - parties to the Agreement on the European Economic Area or the Swiss Confederation you can study on the same principles as those applicable to Polish citizens and start free of charge full-time studies.
You can also apply for scholarship, scholarship for disabled persons, rector’s scholarship for students with the best results, Minister's scholarship for outstanding achievement and grants.

If…
you DO NOT have the Polish Card

nor
you are NOT a citizen of one of the Member States of the European Union or EFTA member states - parties to the Agreement on the European Economic Area or the Swiss Confederation you're subject to different rules than those applicable to Polish citizens and you have to pay for studies:

The fees for study for one semester are following:

Faculty of Humanities
1st and 2nd cycle 2.600 PLN
3rd cycle 2.600 PLN
Faculty of Economics and Legal Sciences
1st and 2nd cycle 2.600 PLN
Faculty of Sciences
1st and 2nd cycle 2.900 PLN
Faculty of Natural Sciences
Tourism and Recreation  – 1st cycle 2.600 PLN
1st and 2nd cycle 2.900 PLN
3rd cycle 2.900 PLN

All details you can find at our website: www.rekrutacja.uph.edu.pl