NOTE:

This page contains information on admission, which is already closed, for 2018/2019 academic year.

Information given below may change, wherefore we encourage you to visit our website later in order to review qualification rules, admission schedule and list of required documents which will apply to admission for 2019/2020 academic year.

Blue 'S' symbolInformation for Polish citizens and foreigners who apply on the basis of the rules for Polish citizens.First- and long-cycle programmes

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Information provided in this part of the website applies to Polish citizens and to foreigners who apply on the basis of the rules for Polish citizens for programmes taught in Polish.

All applicants for first- and long-cycle programmes must be holders of either a Polish Matura certificate or another document entitling them to apply for admission to university-level education in the Republic of Poland.

First-cycle programmes held at the Jagiellonian University result in award of a professional title of licencjat (Bachelor). Programmes in Law, Psychology, Clinical Analysis, Pharmacy, Veterinary Medicine, Medicine, Medicine and Dentistry and Physiotherapy are held in the long-cycle mode and result in award of a professional title of magister (Master) or, respectively, lekarz (MD). First-cycle programmes take three years to complete. Long-cycle take five, with the exception of veterinary studies and pharmacy, where the length of the programme is five and a half year, and medicine, where it takes six years to graduate. Most programmes are full-time (require presence on campus during the week), but some may also be taken up part-time (evening or weekend classes): for your convenience, we have marked the mode in the study programme catalogue in the Online Application System.

You should always refer to the Online Application System for up to date information about programme offer and qualification criteria for all programmes.

This part of the website is a comprehensive guide for first- and long-cycle programmes admission procedures.