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.

'S' and 'N' symbolsInformation for all candidates for programmes carried out in Polish and in foreign languages.After enrolment

Once enrolled, doctoral student no longer uses OAS, but is transferred to the USOS service (University Study Oriented System), available here:

Login data for the USOS online system is given to the doctoral student upon enrolment. The first password is identical with the password used for accessing OAS account, but if you need to reset your password, you should ask the office responsible for the study programme to do this for you (not OAS assistance staff). If a doctoral student has previously or already been enrolled at the JU, their login data is not changed and they can use the login and password they have used so far. When signing in for the first time, student can activate the university email account, if they do not have one yet. JU students, doctoral students, and employees should use email addresses in domains,, and

USOS online system is where students register for classes, are informed about their grades and credits, they may find information about subjects, terms for passing a year, tuition fees they should pay etc. Doctoral students who teach classes use USOS to supervise their courses (e.g. communicate with students, enter grades and credits). More information about using USOS is provided by student offices responsible for doctoral programmes.

JU Doctoral Students Society acts as a doctoral student governance at the Jagiellonian University. Its role is to represent doctoral students before the university governance, participate in allocation of social financial aid and places in student dorms, organise training activities, social gatherings, sport events, support financially doctoral students' research, hold meetings promoting science etc. Its website can be found here: (in Polish only).

Doctoral students can receive scholarships and social financial aid, as well as apply for a place in the student dorm. Most applications are filled out in the USOS and printed out, in order to be submitted to the appropriate Faculty Coordinator for Social Aid, as indicated in USOS. Candidates who apply for admission on the basis of rules other than applicable to Polish citizens may not be eligible for some scholarships or stipends—detailed information should be available at the faculty stipend committees. Up-to-date information about social aid may be found on the website of the Centre for Academic Support:

Doctoral students who are 26 years old and have no other claim for medical insurance can be reported for the insurance by their higher education institution. More information may be found on the website of the Centre for Academic Support: