27 member states of the European Union and United Kingdom
EFTA / EEA countries: Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway
EU candidate countries: Turkey, the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia
Erasmus+ Incoming Students
All exchange students must be nominated by their home universities by email to email@example.com
Winter Semester: June 30
Summer Semester: November 30
Winter semester: 1st October – 28th February
Summer semester: 1st March – 30th June
How to apply?
All students are required to apply online using our online application system.
Choose a field of study:
Students are required to up load to the online system the following documents:
- A recent photo (35×45 mm)
- ID card (for the EU citizens) and passport for non-EU citizens
- Proof of language proficiency (English or Polish)
- Health insurance
- Transcript of Records from Home University
- Secondary School Certificate for Bachelor degree or Bachelor Diploma for Master degree
- Students need to keep their login credentials to the online application system. They will need it to access the system when they come to Poland.
As part of the development and support program for students of the University of Economics and Human Sciences in Warsaw „Study. Living. Work in Warsaw” Academic Housing Network was created.
Academic Housing Network offers the possibility of accommodation while studying for Polish and foreign students. We offer places in single, double, triple and quadruple. Getting to the University shall not exceed 30 minutes.
The apartments include a kitchen for common use by roommates, bathroom and toilet. The rooms are equipped with basic furniture – beds, desks, wardrobes.
The university currently has over 200 locations in more than 40 apartments.
In the coming years we plan to dynamic development of the Academic Housing Network.
Applications for places in the Academic Housing Network can be made using the recruitment system after logging into the account of the candidate or the Extranet.
Please, contact the Erasmus Office to confirm the availability of selected courses: firstname.lastname@example.org
Medical insurance is obligatory for all foreign students.
To be eligible for public medical services during your stay in Poland, it is necessary to bring your European Health Insurance Card.
You must enquire in your country what type of insurance will be the best one during your stay in Poland. The most comfortable option will be the insurance which will allow you to get a refund for medical treatment. Please, make sure to settle the insurance matters. It is very important and it will protect you from incurring additional costs. If you do not have insurance, you will have to pay for a medical appointment – approximately PLN 100-200 (or more for consulting a specialist).
|Local Grade||ECTS Grade||Explanation|
|6/5||A||EXCELLENT – outstanding performance with only minor errors|
|4+||B||VERY GOOD – above the average standard but with some errors|
|4||C||GOOD – generally sound work with a number of notable errors|
|3+||D||SATISFACTORY – fair but with significant shortcomings|
|3||E||SUFFICIENT – performance meets the minimum criteria|
|2||FX/F||FAIL – some more work required before the credit can be awarded|
Language Preparatory School aims to prepare future students for their studies conducted in Polish or English.
Completion of the language course gives you the opportunity to participate in classes and smooth functioning in the academic environment. If you want to improve your language skills to start English or Polish taught studies or if you want to learn from the scratch – Preparatory Language School is the right choice for you. Check it out.