University of Social Sciences and Humanities

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We believe in people who value self-development and want to make their dreams come true. They give us motivation for continuous improvement so that we could offer education and research on the highest level. Our lecturers are well-qualified, inspired from many disciplines who love broadening their knowledge and sharing it with young people. We do our best to provide our students with an environment and resources to fulfill their intellectual curiosity, develop their talents and pursue their interests

Programs

Bachelor

Course Location Price Fee per semestr
BSc English Studies (3 years) Warsaw 4800 € 800 €
School of Form-Design Bachelor’s Program (4 years) Warsaw 23200 € 2900 €
Bachelor’s program in Psychology (3 years) Warsaw 10500 € 1750 €
Bachelor in International Business Management (3 years) Warsaw 10500 € 1750 €

Master

Course Location Price Fee per semestr
Master in English Studies (2 years) Warsaw 3600 € 900 €
Master’s program in Psychology (2 years) Warsaw 8600 € 2150 €
Master in Psychology (3+2) (5 years) Warsaw 17500 € 1750 €

Preparatory course

Course Location Price Fee per semestr
One year preparatory course (1 year) Warsaw 3000 € 1500 €

Admission

The application process as such does not last for long providing the candidate completes all the required steps thoroughly and submits all the required documents.

Applications are accepted until the end of September. However, those candidates who submit applications in the last heat shall be aware of the possible delay in their commencement of studies.

Required Documents

In general, the whole admisisons process consists of three stages. The first one covers all steps that one should take before gaining admission to the chosen program of study. The second stage covers the actions that should be carried out in the period of time after one gets acceptance and before the academic year begins. The third stage covers the steps one should take between the commencement of classes and the end of the first semester.

First Stage

After filling in the Application form, each candidate is expected to submit the following documents:

CASE 1 – for those who apply either to a three-year Bachelor’s program, or to a five-year Master’s program

  • a copy of your high school diploma
  • a copy of the legalization of your high school diploma
  • a copy of a certified translation (into Polish) of your high school diploma
  • a copy of the admission fee slip (non-refundable)
  • a copy of your passport
  • a health certificate issued in or translated into Polish
  • 3 photographs (size: 35x45mm)
  • two copies of the Tuition Fee Agreement and the Appendix (printed and signed on each page) – it will be sent to you in an email once you fill in the application form
  • a document certifying your knowledge of English

CASE 2 – for those who apply to a two-year Master’s program

  • a copy of your high school diploma
  • a copy of a certified translation (into Polish) of your high school diploma
  • a copy of your Bachelor’s diploma
  • a copy of a certified translation (into Polish) of your Bachelor’s diploma
  • a copy of the legalization of your Bachelor’s diploma
  • a copy of the admission fee slip (non-refundable)
  • a copy of your passport
  • a health certificate issued in or translated into Polish
  • 3 photographs (size: 35x45mm)
  • two copies of the Tuition Fee Agreement and the Appendix (printed and signed on each page) – it will be sent to you in an email once you fill in the application form
  • a document certifying your knowledge of English

It is possible to authenticate a diploma either in the form of a legalization or an Apostille. Such document is required for the completion of the admission process.

If you are a citizen of a country that has signed the Hague Convention of October 5, 1961, you need an Apostilleinstead of a legalization.

The certificate or diploma must include the information that it gives the candidate the right to study at a university in the country where it has been issued. Such confirmation can be issued by the Polish Consulate or by the Ministry of Education of the given country.

In order to learn more about the legalization process, please go to the official website of the Ministry of Science and Higher Education.

The candidates applying to any Bachelor’s program, or to a Master’s program in Psychology, are required to legalize their high school diploma. Those who apply to any other Master’s program are required to legalize their Bachelor’s Diploma.

Second Stage

Once you have gained admission, and before the academic year has begun, you should submit the following documents:

  • a copy of your visa
  • a copy of an insurance policy, a copy of the European Health Insurance Card or a certificate of accession to the Polish National Healthcare System (NFZ) immediately after the beginning of studies

Visa Requirements

Most of our prospective students need to apply for a visa prior to their arrival in Poland. In order to be granted a visa, they first need to get an acceptance letter from the University of Social Sciences and Humanities. This, on the other hand happens once they submit all the required documents. Visa policies vary depending on the country. Sometimes, a letter of acceptance suffices to obtain a visa. However, in other instances, prospective students may be asked to submit other documents such, e.g. a bank statement – a confirmation from a bank that they have enough money on their account to live in Poland.

Health Insurance

Students are expected to provide SWPS with a proof of insurance for the period of their studies in Poland. They can submit either a copy of their insurance policy, or a declaration that they will join Narodowy Fundusz Zdrowia (Polish National Healthcare System) before the acadmeic year starts. This step is very important and it should not be overlooked! In case a student breaks his/ her leg, or has some other health problems, it is essential that he/she can obtain medical help without paying for it.

Third Stage

Until the end of the first semester of yoru studies, you may be asked to submit a nostrification of your high school diploma.

Nostrification is a process of granting recognition to a diploma obtained at a foreign educational institution, or, in other words, confirming the equivalence of a diploma obtained abroad to that obtained in Poland. Nostrification takes place at the Board of Education (Kuratorium Oświaty) in Warsaw, Poland

Kuratorium Oświaty w Warszawie
Al. Jerozolimskie 32
00-024 Warszawa

For the detailed information concerning the process of nostrification go to the official website of the Ministry of Science and Higher Education.

Do you feel like studying there? Contact us now
at: info@worldwidecollege.in

 

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