University of Technology, Katowice, Poland

A Technical | Artistic | Medical University



Recruitment conditions

Faculty of Medicine


FORM OF STUDIES: FULL-TIME, PART-TIME
		FIRST CYCLE STUDIES (BACHELOR, ENGINEERING), UNIFORM MASTER’SSTUDIES NURSING

FORM OF STUDIES: FULL-TIME, PART-TIME FIRST CYCLE STUDIES (BACHELOR)FORM OF STUDIES: FULL-TIME, PART-TIME FIRST CYCLE STUDIES (BACHELOR) - STUDIES NURSING

STUDIES CONDUCTED IN POLISH OR ENGLISH


REQUIRED DOCUMENTS FOR FOREIGNERS

1. HIGH SCHOOL
DIPLOMA
  • secondary school-leaving certificate or other document obtained abroad, entitling to apply for admission to studies at any type of higher education institution in the country in which the institution issuing the certificate operated, recognized in accordance with regulations or on the basis of international agreements, as equivalent to the relevant Polish secondary school-leaving certificate
2. APOSTILLE/
LEGALIZATION
  • apostille is a confirmation that a document comes from an appropriate office - it determines authenticity. Thanks to this, you can use it abroad. An apostille is suitable if the document is to be used abroad in a country that is party to the Hague Convention from 1961 about Abolishing the Requirement of Legalization for Foreign Public Documents.
  • legalization is carried out if a document is to be intended for legal circulation in a country which is not a party to the Hague Convention from 1961 about Abolishing the Requirement of Legalization for Foreign Public Documents.
3. SWORN TRANSLATION OF DOCUMENTS
  • secondary school-leaving certificate and other documents issued abroad (apart from the IB diploma and EB diploma) that have an apostille or are legalized in the country of issue must be translated by a sworn translator or the translation should be certified by a Polish consul
  • other documents drawn up in a language other than Polish should also be translated by a Polish sworn translator or the translation should be certified by a Polish consul
4. LEGALISATION
OF STAY
  • a visa or a residence card or another document entitling to stay in the territory of the Republic of Poland (after fulfilling the recruitment conditions (information can be found in the recruitment steps - step 4 table below), the university issues a document confirming admission to studies in the full-time mode that allows you to apply for a visa or other document confirming the right to stay in Poland)
5. NOSTRIFICATION
  • nostrification is the procedure for recognizing a secondary school-leaving certificate obtained in a secondary school in another country. It is performed at a selected Board of Education in Poland.
  • nostrification covers certificates obtained in countries with which Poland has not concluded bilateral agreements on recognizing education obtained abroad as equivalent to education obtained in Poland.
6. LANGUAGE
  • a document/certificate confirming the knowledge of English language at B2 level (applies to candidates for studies conducted in English) must be it must be translated into Polish by a sworn translator
  • a document/certificate confirming the knowledge of the Polish language at B2 level (applies to candidates for studies conducted in Polish) must be it must be translated into Polish by a sworn translator
  • in the absence of the above-mentioned documents, the candidate takes the English or Polish language test at B2 level (according to the recruitment schedule)
  • honored list of documents you will find in the Resolution of the Senate link
7. HEALTH INSURANCE
  • a foreigner going to study in Poland should have a document confirming the possession of a health insurance policy or the European Health Insurance Card for a given academic year, or coverage of general health insurance within the meaning of the provisions of the Act of 27 August 2004 on health care services financed from public funds), or confirmation of coverage by the insurer of costs treatment in the territory of the Republic of Poland)

 

RECRUITMENT STEPS FOR FOREIGNERS

STEP 1 ONLINE
REGISTRATION
STEP 2 DOCUMENTS
STEP 3 APPLICATION
FEE
  • pay the enrollment fee to the individual account number assigned to the candidate's data
STEP 4 THE RESULT
  • after completing the above-mentioned activities (step 1-3), the Recruitment Committee decides to enter on the list of students
  • in order to receive confirmation of admission to studies, which allows you to apply for a visa or other document confirming the right to stay in the territory of the Republic of Poland, contact the Recruitment Office (rekrutacja@wst.com.pl)
  • wait for an invitation to the Recruitment Office to complete the formalities (Katowice, 43 Rolna street)
STEP 5 SIGNING
A CONTRACT
FOR EDUCATIONAL
SERVICES

To sign the contract, you will need:

  • secondary school-leaving certificate or other document obtained abroad to apply for admission to studies along with apostille or legalization (for inspection)
  • sworn translation of the certificate and all other documents
  • a visa or a residence card or another document entitling to stay in the territory of the Republic of Poland (for inspection)
  • ID card or other document confirming the identity (for inspection)
  • 1 biometric photograph (3.5cm x 4.5cm; details link
  • document /certificate confirming the knowledge of English or Polish language at B2 level (for inspection)
  • a document confirming health insurance (for inspection)
  • a medical certificate containing a statement that there are no contraindications to study in the selected field, issued by an occupational medicine doctor, should be delivered within the time limit set by the University. Referrals for medical examinations are issued at the Recruitment Office from the date of commencement of the recruitment procedure or on the date of signing the contract
  • the contract may be signed electronically (e - Autenti signature / qualified signature); the candidate is obliged to present the original school-leaving examination certificate by 30/09/2022 at the latest, failure to submit the document will result in removal from the list of students


FORM OF STUDIES: FULL-TIME, PART-TIME SECOND-CYCLE STUDIESFORM OF STUDIES: FULL-TIME, PART-TIME SECOND-CYCLE STUDIES - STUDIES NURSING

STUDIES CONDUCTED IN POLISH OR ENGLISH

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS FOR FOREIGNERS

1. HIGH SCHOOL
DIPLOMA
  • a foreign diploma (original) or another university graduation document giving the opportunity to start second-cycle studies in the country where it was issued (completed field of study: nursing) or a copy of the diploma of higher education prepared by the Polish university that issued the diploma authorizing to undertake second-cycle studies (completed field of study: nursing)
  • diploma Supplement or Assessment Transcript
2. APOSTILLE/
LEGALIZATION
  • apostille is a confirmation that a document comes from an appropriate office - it determines authenticity. Thanks to this, you can use it abroad. An apostille is suitable if the document is to be used abroad in a country that is party to the Hague Convention from 1961 about Abolishing the Requirement of Legalization for Foreign Public Documents.
  • legalization is carried out if a document is to be intended for legal circulation in a country which is not a party to the Hague Convention from 1961 about Abolishing the Requirement of Legalization for Foreign Public Documents.
3. SWORN TRANSLATION OF DOCUMENTS
  • a foreign diploma (original) or another university graduation document giving the opportunity to start second-cycle studies (completed field of study: nursing) or Diploma Supplement or Assessment Transcript that have an apostille or are legalized in the country of issue must be translated by a sworn translator or the translation should be certified by a Polish consul
  • other documents drawn up in a language other than Polish should also be translated by a Polish sworn translator or the translation should be certified by a Polish consul
4. LEGALISATION
OF STAY
  • a visa or a residence card or another document entitling to stay in the territory of the Republic of Poland after fulfilling the recruitment conditions (information can be found in the recruitment steps - step 4 table below) the university issues a document confirming admission to studies in the full-time mode that allows you to apply for a visa or other document confirming the right to stay in Poland)
5. NOSTRIFICATION
  • nostrification is the procedure for recognizing a diploma or Diploma Supplement or Assessment Transcript obtained in in another country. It is performed at a selected Board of Education in Poland.
  • nostrification covers certificates obtained in countries with which Poland has not concluded bilateral agreements on recognizing education obtained abroad as equivalent to education obtained in Poland.
6. LANGUAGE
  • a document/certificate confirming the knowledge of English language at B2 level (applies to candidates for studies conducted in English) must be it must be translated into Polish by a sworn translator
  • a document/certificate confirming the knowledge of the Polish language at B2 level (applies to candidates for studies conducted in Polish) must be it must be translated into Polish by a sworn translator
  • in the absence of the above-mentioned documents, the candidate takes the English or Polish language test at B2 level (according to the recruitment schedule)
  • honored list of documents you will find in the Resolution of the Senate link
7. HEALTH INSURANCE
  • a foreigner going to study in Poland should have a document confirming the possession of a health insurance policy or the European Health Insurance Card for a given academic year, or coverage of general health insurance within the meaning of the provisions of the Act of 27 August 2004 on health care services financed from public funds), or confirmation of coverage by the insurer of costs treatment in the territory of the Republic of Poland

 

RECRUITMENT STEPS FOR FOREIGNERS

STEP 1 ONLINE
REGISTRATION
STEP 2 DOCUMENTS
STEP 3 APPLICATION
FEE
  • pay the enrollment fee to the individual account number assigned to the candidate's data
STEP 4 THE RESULT
  • after completing the above-mentioned activities (step 1-3), the Recruitment Committee decides to enter on the list of students
  • in order to receive confirmation of admission to studies, which allows you to apply for a visa or other document confirming the right to stay in the territory of the Republic of Poland, contact the Recruitment Office (rekrutacja@wst.com.pl)
  • wait for an invitation to the Recruitment Office to complete the formalities (Katowice, 43 Rolna street)
STEP 5 SIGNING
A CONTRACT
FOR EDUCATIONAL
SERVICES

To sign the contract, you will need:

  • original diploma or another university graduation document giving the opportunity to start second-cycle studies in the country where it was issued with apostille or legalization (completed field of study: nursing) (for inspection)
  • sworn translation of the dimploma and all other documents
  • a visa or a residence card or another document entitling to stay in the territory of the Republic of Poland (for inspection)
  • ID card or other document confirming the identity (for inspection)
  • 1 biometric photograph (3.5cm x 4.5cm; details link
  • a document /certificate confirming the knowledge of English or Polish language at B2 level (for inspection)li>
  • add proof of health insurance
  • a medical certificate containing a statement that there are no contraindications to study in the selected field, issued by an occupational medicine doctor, should be delivered within the time limit set by the University. Referrals for medical examinations are issued at the Recruitment Office from the date of commencement of the recruitment procedure or on the date of signing the contract
  • the contract may be signed electronically (e - Autenti signature / qualified signature); the candidate is obliged to present the original school-leaving examination certificate by 30/09/2022 at the latest, failure to submit the document will result in removal from the list of students

RESOLUTIONS OF THE SENATE

RESOLUTION OF THE SENATE of the University of technology in Katowice REGARDING THE PROVISIONS AND MODE OF ADMISISSION TO FIRST-CYCLE STUDIES - nursing field of study IN THE 2022/2023 academic year

RESOLUTION OF THE SENATE of the University of technology in Katowice REGARDING THE PROVISIONS AND MODE OF ADMISISSION TO SECOND-CYCLE STUDIES - nursing field of study IN THE 2022/2023 academic year

STUDIES MEDICINESTUDIES MEDICINE

FORM OF STUDIES: FULL-TIME, PART-TIME UNIFORM MASTER’SFORM OF STUDIES: FULL-TIME, PART-TIME UNIFORM MASTER’S - STUDIES MEDICINE

STUDIES CONDUCTED IN POLISH OR ENGLISH


The acceptance threshold takes into account the limit of admissions given to University of Technology in Katowice based on an ordinance of the Minister of Health on the limit of admissions to the medical and medical-dental field of study.

Matriculation results of people with foreign certificates as well as the results from the EB diploma and IB diploma will be converted into qualification points according to the rules contained in the Resolution of the Senate of the University of Technology.

The Admissions Committee makes a ranking list of candidates in the order of the number of qualification points awarded

Candidates who have EB or IB diploma or a certificate or foreign high school diploma are required to provide proof of passing a mtriculation examination from biology (compulsory subject) and the second subject in the following order: chemistry, physics, mathematics.

The maximum number of points that can be obtained is 100 points per subject.

Candidates who have no matriculation examination in the subject of biology (required) or a second subject: chemistry, physics, mathematics, take a university placement examination from the following: biology (required) and a second subject – chemistry at the advanced level of a maturity examination and will be qualified based on the results from said placement examination.

If you have any questions, please contact us via e-mail (rekrutacja@wst.com.pl)
or by phone 0 609 599 998 / 0 609 848 998

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS FOR FOREIGNERS

1. HIGH
SCHOOL
DIPLOMA
  • secondary school-leaving certificate or other document obtained abroad, entitling to apply for admission to studies at any type of higher education institution in the country in which the institution issuing the certificate operated, recognized in accordance with regulations or on the basis of international agreements, as equivalent to the relevant Polish secondary school-leaving certificate
2. APOSTILLE
/LEGALIZATION
  • apostille is a confirmation that a document comes from an appropriate office - it determines authenticity. Thanks to this, you can use it abroad. An apostille is suitable if the document is to be used abroad in a country that is party to the Hague Convention from 1961 about Abolishing the Requirement of Legalization for Foreign Public Documents.
  • legalization is carried out if a document is to be intended for legal circulation in a country which is not a party to the Hague Convention from 1961 about Abolishing the Requirement of Legalization for Foreign Public Documents.
3. SWORN
TRANSLATION
OF DOCUMENTS
  • secondary school-leaving certificate and other documents issued abroad (apart from the IB diploma and EB diploma) that have an apostille or are legalized in the country of issue must be translated by a sworn translator or the translation should be certified by a Polish consul
  • other documents drawn up in a language other than Polish should also be translated by a Polish sworn translator or the translation should be certified by a Polish consul
4. LEGALISATION
OF STAY
  • a visa or a residence card or another document entitling to stay in the territory of the Republic of Poland (after fulfilling the recruitment conditions (information can be found in the recruitment steps - step 4 table below), the university issues a document confirming admission to studies in the full-time mode that allows you to apply for a visa or other document confirming the right to stay in Poland)
5. NOSTRIFICATION
  • nostrification is the procedure for recognizing a secondary school-leaving certificate obtained in a secondary school in another country. It is performed at a selected Board of Education in Poland.
  • nostrification covers certificates obtained in countries with which Poland has not concluded bilateral agreements on recognizing education obtained abroad as equivalent to education obtained in Poland.
6. LANGUAGE
  • a document/certificate confirming the knowledge of English language at B2 level (applies to candidates for studies conducted in English) must be it must be translated into Polish by a sworn translator
  • a document/certificate confirming the knowledge of the Polish language at B2 level (applies to candidates for studies conducted in Polish) must be it must be translated into Polish by a sworn translator
  • in the absence of the above-mentioned documents, the candidate takes the English or Polish language test at B2 level (according to the recruitment schedule)
  • honored list of documents you will find in the Resolution of the Senate link
7. HEALTH
INSURANCE
  • a foreigner going to study in Poland should have a document confirming the possession of a health insurance policy or the European Health Insurance Card for a given academic year, or coverage of general health insurance within the meaning of the provisions of the Act of 27 August 2004 on health care services financed from public funds), or confirmation of coverage by the insurer of costs treatment in the territory of the Republic of Poland

RECRUITMENT STEPS FOR FOREIGNERS

STEP 1 ONLINE
REGISTRATION
STEP 2 DOCUMENTS
STEP 3 APPLICATION
FEE
  • pay the enrollment fee to the individual account number assigned to the candidate's data
STEP 4 THE RESULT
  • after completing the above-mentioned activities (step 1-3), the Recruitment Committee decides to enter on the list of students
  • in order to receive confirmation of admission to studies, which allows you to apply for a visa or other document confirming the right to stay in the territory of the Republic of Poland, contact the Recruitment Office (rekrutacja@wst.com.pl)
  • wait for an invitation to the Recruitment Office to complete the formalities (Katowice, 43 Rolna street)
STEP 5 SIGNING
A CONTRACT
FOR EDUCATIONAL
SERVICES

To sign the contract, you will need:

RESOLUTIONS OF THE SENATE

RESOLUTION OF THE SENATE of the University of technology in Katowice REGARDING THE PROVISIONS AND MODE OF ADMISISSION TO uniform Mater's studies - medical field of study IN THE 2022/2023 academic year

RESOLUTION OF THE SENATE OF THE UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY IN KATOWICE from 17.05.2022 REGARDING THE rectification of a writing error in the RESOLUTION OF THE SENATE OF THE UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY IN KATOWICE from 15.06.2021 regarding the provisions and mode of admission to uniform Master's studies - medical field of study in the 2022/2023 academic year

Faculty of Architecture, Civil Construction and Applied Arts


STUDIES:  INTERIOR DESING, ARCHITECTURE, FASHION DESIGN, CIVIL CONSTRUCTION, SPATIAL DEVELOPMENT, GRAPHIC DESIGN, MECHATRONICS, COMPUTER SCIENCE.STUDIES: INTERIOR DESING, ARCHITECTURE, FASHION DESIGN, CIVIL CONSTRUCTION, SPATIAL DEVELOPMENT, GRAPHIC DESIGN, MECHATRONICS, COMPUTER SCIENCE

FORM OF STUDIES: FULL-TIME, PART-TIME FIRST CYCLE STUDIES (BACHELOR, ENGINEERING), UNIFORM MASTER’SFORM OF STUDIES: FULL-TIME, PART-TIME FIRST CYCLE STUDIES (BACHELOR, ENGINEERING), UNIFORM MASTER’S

STUDIES CONDUCTED IN POLISH OR ENGLISH


REQUIRED DOCUMENTS FOR FOREIGNERS

1. HIGH SCHOOL
DIPLOMA
  • secondary school-leaving certificate or other document obtained abroad, entitling to apply for admission to studies at any type of higher education institution in the country in which the institution issuing the certificate operated, recognized in accordance with regulations or on the basis of international agreements, as equivalent to the relevant Polish secondary school-leaving certificate
2. APOSTILLE/
LEGALIZATION
  • apostille is a confirmation that a document comes from an appropriate office - it determines authenticity. Thanks to this, you can use it abroad. An apostille is suitable if the document is to be used abroad in a country that is party to the Hague Convention from 1961 about Abolishing the Requirement of Legalization for Foreign Public Documents.
  • legalization is carried out if a document is to be intended for legal circulation in a country which is not a party to the Hague Convention from 1961 about Abolishing the Requirement of Legalization for Foreign Public Documents.
3. SWORN TRANSLATION OF DOCUMENTS
  • secondary school-leaving certificate and other documents issued abroad (apart from the IB diploma and EB diploma) that have an apostille or are legalized in the country of issue must be translated by a sworn translator or the translation should be certified by a Polish consul
  • other documents drawn up in a language other than Polish should also be translated by a Polish sworn translator or the translation should be certified by a Polish consul
4. LEGALISATION
OF STAY
  • a visa or a residence card or another document entitling to stay in the territory of the Republic of Poland (after fulfilling the recruitment conditions (step 1-3 below), the university issues a document confirming admission to studies in the full-time mode that allows you to apply for a visa or other document confirming the right to stay in Poland)
5. NOSTRIFICATION
  • nostrification is the procedure for recognizing a secondary school-leaving certificate obtained in a secondary school in another country. It is performed at a selected Board of Education in Poland.
  • nostrification covers certificates obtained in countries with which Poland has not concluded bilateral agreements on recognizing education obtained abroad as equivalent to education obtained in Poland.
6. LANGUAGE
  • a document / certificate confirming the knowledge of English language at B2 level (applies to candidates for studies conducted in English) must be it must be transalted into Polish by a sworn transaltor
  • a document / certificate confirming the knowledge of the Polish language at B2 level (applies to candidates for studies conducted in Polish) must be it must be transalted into Polish by a sworn transaltor
  • in the absence of the above-mentioned documents, the candidate takes the English or Polish language test at B2 level (according to the recruitment schedule)
  • honored list of documents you will find in the Resolution of the Senate link
7. HEALTH INSURANCE
  • a foreigner going to study in Poland should have a document confirming the possession of a health insurance policy or the European Health Insurance Card for a given academic year, or coverage of general health insurance within the meaning of the provisions of the Act of 27 August 2004 on health care services financed from public funds), or confirmation of coverage by the insurer of costs treatment in the territory of the Republic of Poland

 

RECRUITMENT STEPS FOR FOREIGNERS

STEP 1 ONLINE
REGISTRATION
STEP 2 DOCUMENTS
STEP 3 APPLICATION
FEE
  • pay the enrollment fee to the individual account number assigned to the candidate's data
STEP 4 THE RESULT
  • after completing the above-mentioned activities (step 1-3), the Recruitment Committee decides to enter on the list of students
  • in order to receive confirmation of admission to studies, which allows you to apply for a visa or other document confirming the right to stay in the territory of the Republic of Poland, contact the Recruitment Office (rekrutacja@wst.com.pl)
  • wait for an invitation to the Recruitment Office to complete the formalities (Katowice, 43 Rolna street)
STEP 5 SIGNING
A CONTRACT
FOR EDUCATIONAL
SERVICES

To sign the contract, you will need:

  • secondary school-leaving certificate or other document obtained abroad to apply for admission to studies along with apostille or legalization (for inspection)
  • sworn translation of the certificate and all other documents
  • a visa or a residence card or another document entitling to stay in the territory of the Republic of Poland (for inspection)
  • ID card or other document confirming the identity (for inspection)
  • 1 biometric photograph (3.5cm x 4.5cm; details: link
  • document /certificate confirming the knowledge of English or Polish language at B2 level (for inspection)
  • a document confirming health insurance (for inspection)
  • the contract may be signed electronically (e - Autenti signature / qualified signature); the candidate is obliged to present the original school-leaving examination certificate by 30/09/2022 at the latest, failure to submit the document will result in removal from the list of students

FORM OF STUDIES: FULL-TIME, PART-TIME SECOND-CYCLE STUDIESFORM OF STUDIES: FULL-TIME, PART-TIME SECOND-CYCLE STUDIES

STUDIES: INTERIOR DESING. ARCHITECTURE, CIVIL CONSTRUCTION, MECHATRONICS

STUDIES CONDUCTED IN POLISH OR ENGLISH

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS FOR FOREIGNERS

1. DIPLOMA
  • a foreign diploma (original) or another university graduation document giving the opportunity to start second-cycle studies in the country where it was issued or a copy of the diploma of higher education prepared by the Polish university that issued the diploma authorizing to undertake second-cycle studies
  • Diploma Supplement or Assessment Transcript
2. APOSTILLE/
LEGALIZATION
  • apostille is a confirmation that a document comes from an appropriate office - it determines authenticity. Thanks to this, you can use it abroad. An Apostille is suitable if the document is to be used abroad in a country that is party to the Hague Convention from 1961 about Abolishing the Requirement of Legalization for Foreign Public Documents.
  • legalization is carried out if a document is to be intended for legal circulation in a country which is not a party to the Hague Convention from 1961 about Abolishing the Requirement of Legalization for Foreign Public Documents.
3. SWORN TRANSLATION OF DOCUMENTS
  • a foreign diploma (original) or another university graduation document giving the opportunity to start second-cycle studies or Diploma Supplement or Assessment Transcript that have an apostille or are legalized in the country of issue must be translated by a sworn translator or the translation should be certified by a Polish consul
  • other documents drawn up in a language other than Polish should also be translated by a Polish sworn translator or the translation should be certified by a Polish consul
4. LEGALISATION
OF STAY
  • a visa or a residence card or another document entitling to stay in the territory of the Republic of Poland after fulfilling the recruitment conditions (information can be found in the recruitment steps - step 4 table below), the university issues a document confirming admission to studies in the full-time mode that allows you to apply for a visa or other document confirming the right to stay in Poland)
5. NOSTRIFICATION
  • nostrification is the procedure for recognizing a diploma or Diploma Supplement or Assessment Transcript obtained in in another country. It is performed at a selected Board of Education in Poland.
  • nostrification covers certificates obtained in countries with which Poland has not concluded bilateral agreements on recognizing education obtained abroad as equivalent to education obtained in Poland.
6. LANGUAGE
  • a document/certificate confirming the knowledge of English language at B2 level (applies to candidates for studies conducted in English) must be it must be transalted into Polish by a sworn transaltor
  • a document/certificate confirming the knowledge of the Polish language at B2 level (applies to candidates for studies conducted in Polish) must be it must be transalted into Polish by a sworn transaltor
  • in the absence of the above-mentioned documents, the candidate takes the English or Polish language test at B2 level (according to the recruitment schedule)
  • honored list of documents you will find in the Resolution of the Senate link
7. HEALTH INSURANCE
  • a foreigner going to study in Poland should have a document confirming the possession of a health insurance policy or the European Health Insurance Card for a given academic year, or coverage of general health insurance within the meaning of the provisions of the Act of 27 August 2004 on health care services financed from public funds), or confirmation of coverage by the insurer of costs treatment in the territory of the Republic of Poland

 

RECRUITMENT STEPS FOR FOREIGNERS

STEP 1 ONLINE
REGISTRATION
STEP 2 DOCUMENTS
STEP 3 APPLICATION
FEE
  • pay the enrollment fee to the individual account number assigned to the candidate's data
STEP 4 THE RESULT
  • after completing the above-mentioned activities (step 1-3), the Recruitment Committee decides to enter on the list of students
  • in order to receive confirmation of admission to studies, which allows you to apply for a visa or other document confirming the right to stay in the territory of the Republic of Poland, contact the Recruitment Office (rekrutacja@wst.com.pl)
  • wait for an invitation to the Recruitment Office to complete the formalities (Katowice, 43 Rolna street)
STEP 5 SIGNING
A CONTRACT
FOR EDUCATIONAL
SERVICES

To sign the contract, you will need:

  • original diploma or another university graduation document giving the opportunity to start second-cycle studies in the country where it was issued with apostille or legalization (for inspection)
  • sworn translation of the dimploma and all other documents
  • a visa or a residence card or another document entitling to stay in the territory of the Republic of Poland (for inspection)
  • ID card or other document confirming the identity (for inspection)
  • 1 biometric photograph (3.5cm x 4.5cm; details link
  • a document /certificate confirming the knowledge of English or Polish language at B2 level (for inspection)li>
  • add proof of health insurance
  • the contract may be signed electronically (e - Autenti signature / qualified signature); the candidate is obliged to present the original school-leaving examination certificate by 30/09/2022 at the latest, failure to submit the document will result in removal from the list of students

RESOLUTIONS OF THE SENATE

RESOLUTION OF THE SENATE of the University of technology in Katowice REGARDING THE PROVISIONS AND MODE OF ADMISISSION TO FIRST-CYCLE STUDIES, SECOND-CYCLE studies and uniform Master's studies in the 2022/2023 academic year

RESOLUTION OF THE SENATE of the University of technology in Katowice REGARDING THE PROVISIONS AND MODE OF ADMISISSION TO SECOND-CYCLE studies in the 2022/2023 academic year for the mechatronics field of study

SCHEDULES

RECRUITMENT SCHEDULE FOR STUDIES: 
		NURSING, INTERIOR DESING,  ARCHITECTURE, FASHION DESIGN, CIVIL CONSTRUCTION,
		 SPATIAL DEVELOPMENT, GRAPHIC DESIGN, MECHATRONICS, COMPUTER SCIENCE
		 FOR ACADEMIC YEAR 2022/2023
		RECRUITMENT SCHEDULE FOR STUDIES: NURSING, INTERIOR DESING, ARCHITECTURE, FASHION DESIGN, CIVIL CONSTRUCTION, SPATIAL DEVELOPMENT, GRAPHIC DESIGN, MECHATRONICS, COMPUTER SCIENCE FOR ACADEMIC YEAR 2022/2023


recruitment procedure / submission of documents from 9th May 2022 to 30th September 2022
RECRUITMENT ONLINE
(after 30th September it is possible to submit an application to the Rector with a request for admission to studies as a result of the availability of vacancies:
first-cycle and second-cycle studies and master's studies (excluding first-cycle studies in the field of Nursing) - no later than by 19th October 2022
first-cycle studies in the field of Nursing - no later than 5th October 2022
from 9th May 2022 to 30th Semptember 2022
English language test at B2 level for candidates applying for admission to studies conducted in English (with the exception of people who have an appropriate document/certificate confirming the knowledge of English at the B2 level) dates will be announced soon
Polish language test at B2 level for candidates applying for admission to studies conducted in Polish (with the exception of people who have an appropriate document/certificate confirming knowledge of the Polish language at the B2 level)O dates will be announced soon

The recruitment schedule may change. Please follow the announcements on our website.

RECRUITMENT SCHEDULE FOR MEDICINE FOR ACADEMIC YEAR 2021/2022RECRUITMENT SCHEDULE FOR MEDICINE FOR ACADEMIC YEAR 2022/2023


recruitment procedure / submission of documents from 9th May 2022
RECRUITMENT ONLINE
(after 5th August it is possible to submit an application to the Rector with a request for admission to studies as a result of the availability of vacancies:
plication must be submitted no later than on 28 th September 2022
The Rector issues a decision no earlier than 26th August 2022
from 9th May 2022 to 5th August 2022
English language test at B2 level for candidates applying for admission to studies conducted in English (with the exception of people who have an appropriate document/certificate confirming the knowledge of English at the B2 level) 8th August 2022 | 8:00-9:00
Polish language test at B2 level for candidates applying for admission to studies conducted in Polish (with the exception of people who have an appropriate document/certificate confirming knowledge of the Polish language at the B2 level) 8th August 2022 | 8:00-9:00
entrance exam in biology and chemistry in Polish or in English for people who do not have the biology (obligatory) subject on the high school diploma and the second subject: chemistry, physics, mathematics 9th August 2022
10:00-13:00 biology | 13:30-16:30 chemistry
announcing the list of candidates qualified for admission to studies and persons entered on the reserve list 12th August 2022
confirmation by candidates from the list of persons qualified for admission - declaration of will to study by signing the contract from 16th August 2022 to 20th August 2022
announcement of the list of candidates qualified for admission to studies from the reserve list 22th August 2022
confirmation by candidates from the reserve list - declaration of will to study by signing the contract from 23th August 2022 to 25th August 2022

The recruitment schedule may change. Please follow the announcements on our website.

Recruitment places

Silesia province,

Katowice 40-555, 43 Rolna Street
room 011

phone. +48 609 848 998

  • Monday - Friday / 09.00 - 15.00

Siedziba główna Wyższej Szkoły Technicznej w Katowicach

Silesia province,

Zabrze, 3-5 Park Hutniczy Street room 107

phone. +48 609 599 998

  • Sunday - Monday / closed
  • Tuesday - Thursday / 09.00 - 13.00
  • Friday / 11:00 - 15.00
  • Saturday / 08.30 - 14.30
Wydział Mediów, Aktorstwa i Reżyserii Wyższej Szkoły Technicznej w Katowicach

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