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.Enrolment

After the announcement of ranking lists, a candidate for doctoral programme receives an online notification about being admitted. This means that the board has decided to allow the candidate to enrol for studies.

Being notified in the OAS account about admittance does not mean a candidate is automatically enrolled to the programme. Just as in case of first- or second-cycle programmes, candidates have to enrol within a given deadline. Dates for enrolment are scheduled in a Rector's decree several months ahead.

The address for enrolment as well as opening hours of the students' office can be found in the registration card in your OAS account as soon as you are admitted.

To enrol, the candidate should come in person to the appropriate office, and they should have all the required documents with them: three photographs (according to the guidelines for issuing identity cards), a photocopy of both sides of candidate's identity card or passport, original copies of all documents sent upon registration as photocopies. Additional documents are required from candidates who do not hold Polish citizenship.

List of documents required upon enrolment is available in the study card at in the "required documents" tab.

The most important act the doctoral student performs during enrolment is signing the vow—and in case of part-time programmes, also signing the agreement on terms of payment for a higher education programme. The pattern for the agreement on terms of payment for higher education programme is available in the "Downloads" section (in Polish only).

From 2018/2019 academic year, doctoral students no longer submit scholarship applications on paper forms. Application for scholarships should be submitted after enrolment through the USOS.

Undertaking studies without enrolment is not possible.

If you are unable to enrol in person, an appointed representative may do this in your name. More information about representation and power of attorney may be found here. Foreigners applying for admission on the basis of rules other than applicable to Polish citizens should contact the Department of Admissions in case of any problems with enrolling in person: