Registration

 

Registration is one of the first things newly accepted students should do after safely arriving in Warsaw. It starts conveniently in our International Students Office and ends at your Faculty's main office, where you pick up the student ID card (the only document which allows you to enjoy full rights of the student in the EU). 

Registration of new students starting in October 2021 will last from 28th September until 15th October (4 pm).

Please find here your

Info Pack - October 2021 (pdf, 2.21 MB)

During the registration process, you are required to take the following steps:

1. Submit a set of Documents at the ISO office:

  • 1 photo
  • signed Personal Information Form (you will get it from ISO)
  • signed Administrative Decision on Admission (you will get it from ISO)
  • originals and one photocopy of the following documents previously uploaded in the Online Application System:
    • High School Certificate (for B.Sc. students) // Bachelor diploma (for M.Sc. students)
    • if the certificate/diploma from the point above is not originally in English, then: official translation to English or Polish
    • Legalization // Apostille on: High School Certificate (B.Sc. students) // Bachelor diploma (M.Sc. students)
    • Eligibility Statement
    • English Language International B2 Certificate (or Medium of Instruction letter)
    • passport (please make a copy only of the main page(s) - those with personal information and photo)
    • finally: document entitling you to stay in Poland (eg. visa, residence card, stamp from Urząd Mazowiecki)

 

2. Deliver to the Faculty:

BEFORE THE BEGINNING OF CLASSES:

  • medical certificate (contact your Faculty for the details)

AT THE BEGINNING OF CLASSES:

  • proof of payment for a students ID card (around 20 PLN, details will be given at the Faculty)

UNTIL THE END OF THE 1ST SEMESTER OF STUDIES:

  • Nostrification (only B.Sc. students - check your Administrative Decision to see if it is required)

 

3. Pick up the ID card from your Faculty's main office. 

 

 

REGISTRATION PROCESS EXPLAINED

Registration process explained