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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.Fees

Application fee

Candidates for the doctoral programmes do not pay any application fees.

Tuition fee

There is no tuition for students of the full-time doctoral study programmes who apply on the basis of rules for Polish citizens. Doctoral candidate who registers for the doktor degree conferment procedure in accordance with rules established at the University does not pay for the procedure.

University may collect tuition for doctoral programmes held in part-time mode or in foreign languages. Detailed information about tuition fees for such programmes is available in OAS study catalogue at, in study cards, tab "fees". Bank account number to which the tuition fee should be paid will be generated for you upon enrolment.

Tuition for foreigners

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Candidates applying for studies according to the rules applicable to Polish citizens do not pay the tuition fee for full-time programmes conducted in Polish. They pay the same tuition fee as Polish citizens for part-time programmes and for programmes in foreign languages. After enrolling they have the same right to motivational scholarships (Rector's scholarship for the outstanding students, Minister scholarship for exceptional research, artistic or sport achievements) as Polish citizens. Some of them can also apply for social financial aid (social stipend, disabled student aid and other benefits). More information can be found on the Student Affairs Office website (in Polish only).

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Foreigners admitted to programmes on the basis of rules other than applicable to Polish citizens pay tuition. Doctoral candidate may pay the fee themselves (they should then declare upon registration that they will undertake studies "on a fee-paying basis") or an institution may be covering the tuition for them, e.g. state scholarship. The declaration is submitted upon registration. However, such candidates may not be eligible for scholarships granted by the faculty stipend committees, e.g. for the doctoral scholarship. Before you decide which set of rules to choose as basis for your admission, please contact the faculty responsible for the programme and ask if you will be eligible for the scholarship in which you are interested.