The students who would like to study in Academy of Silesia within Erasmus+ Programme should be nominated by the international office of their universities. Please nominate the students including the following information and sending it to firstname.lastname@example.org:
Once the students are nominated they should follow the application procedure
spring term: 15th November
winter term: 15th May
Application - REQUIRED DOCUMENTS
All the documents should be signed where necessary, scanned and send via email to email@example.com
Spring term: usually lasts from the end of February till the middle of June + examination period (till the beginning of July)
Winter term: usually lasts from the beginning of October till the end of January + examination period (till the middle of February)
All the students who would like to study within Erasmus+ Programme in Academy of Silesia should meet the following language requirements: English B2 or Polish B2
Language of instruction of all the subjects: English
Academy of Silesia grading system
Pass: 3,0 – 5,0
No visa is required from the (EU) and European Economic Area (EEA) member countries. All citizens of non-EU/EEA member countries who wish to study in Poland are required to obtain a Polish visa prior to their arrival to Poland.
Legalization of stay: Students who are going to stay in Poland for longer than 3 months should obtain a temporary residence permit at the Silesian Voivodeship Office.
Silesian Voivodeship OfficeDepartment for Citizenship and ForeignersAddress: Katowice, ul. Jagiellońska 25Phone: +48/32/207 73 27E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
You can find more information here: www.katowice.uw.gov.pl
To get more information about staying in Poland visit the Ministry of Foreign Affair’s website: www.msz.gov.pl
All exchange students should take out health insurance for the whole period they are going to stay abroad.
If you are an EU citizen, you are obliged to have an EHIC card.
If you are not an EU citizen, you should purchase health insurance prior to your arrival to Poland and it should be valid during the entire stay. Otherwise you should apply for public health insurance (Polish National Health Fund - NFZ) – it is only possible after arriving in Poland ( link - scroll down for English!)
All exchange students should get an extensive insurance plan when still in the home country and send it to the Incoming Officer before her/his mobility starts.
Every exchange student should have:
Detailed information about healthcare in Poland can be found on the website of the National Health Fund www.nfz.gov.pl
More information about healthcare in Poland: www.educationpoland.pl
link to the public transport operator in Silesia: metropoliaztm.pl
an app of the public transport operator: play.google.com
a commercial app for finding transport connections and checking timetables: play.google.com