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|Polish Student Visa by abnur14(m): 12:58am On Apr 23, 2015|
salutations to my fellow niralanders
I am sure many of us aspire to study in Poland. I have come forth to creating this topic for those of us who have such ambition. polish universities have opened their application for admission I am currently applying for aerospace engineering in Warsaw university of technology .I am yet to receive my acceptance letter but as we all know the admission isn't the problem, the problem is acquiring a visa. Therefore i want us all to share our ideas on how to tackle that visa . I would also try responding to questions within my knowledge so please all should try contributing .if u hv visited the embassy recently pls update us.
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|Re: Polish Student Visa by holyboss: 10:02am On Apr 23, 2015|
did you applied for undergraduate?
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|Re: Polish Student Visa by abnur14(m): 12:12pm On Apr 23, 2015|
yes holyboss I applied for an undergraduate degree
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|Re: Polish Student Visa by holyboss: 12:36pm On Apr 23, 2015|
abnur14:Oh! with what requirements ? any english exam? or transcript?
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|Re: Polish Student Visa by eurozone1(m): 12:36pm On Apr 23, 2015|
There have been lots of comments on how Polish Embassy denies Nigerians Visa. We all know mostly what there reasons are and they can't really be blamed because almost 90% of Nigerians who went to Poland ended up quitting school and getting married to a Polish girl. Well @op, as for things i heard from close friends, don't go and commit your money to any Polish University if you aren't sure of the Visa coz they have this problem of not refunding money when Visa can't be issued. I wish you the best.
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|Re: Polish Student Visa by abnur14(m): 1:17pm On Apr 23, 2015|
@ holyboss .there was no English exam cuz Nigeria is an English speaking country and English language is the medium of instruction in schools. I just uploaded my secondary school cert, scanned copy of national passport and proof of application fees(€200) payment.
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|Re: Polish Student Visa by abnur14(m): 1:27pm On Apr 23, 2015|
@ eurozone1 tnx 4 ur contribution . I also heard about it but I hv to at least try because the course I want to go for is not offered in Nigeria its only the college of aviation Zaria dat offers a minor part of it and the tuition fees for this college is x3 of the 1 in Poland. for the fact that they would tnk I want to marry a polish girl its been solved cuz am not of that age yet.
as u said I ve also decided not to pay any tuition fee until am given a visa or assured of acquiring one .
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|Re: Polish Student Visa by abnur14(m): 4:31pm On Apr 23, 2015|
I tnk its tym 4 us to get this topic rocking. I wld start wt the requirements from the embassy's site
ALL VISA ISSUES
REQUIRE REGISTRATION FOR APPOINTMENTS THROUGH
ONLY HOLDERS OF DIPLOMATIC/OFFICIAL PASSPORTS
EXEMPT FROM THIS REQUIREMENT
To register for a visa appointment, please go to www.e-
konsulat.gov.pl --> Visas. Then, depending on the
period of intended stay, choose “Schengen visa –
register form” or “National visa – register form”.
Schengen is for short-stay, up to 3 months; national is
for 3-12 months (work, studies, etc.).
Please be careful to choose to correct option. Choosing
“… - fill in form” will direct you to a different application
and you will be unable to apply correctly.
The system will show you available appointment dates.
Please note that appointment dates are granted
independently of the embassy, based on the missions
capacity and applicants’ demand. It is therefore not
possible to receive an earlier appointment date.
After you complete the online application form (make
sure to click “submit” and/or “print”), a PDF will pop
out. Please save it, print it and bring to
the appointment. The exact appointment time will be
visible on the last page of the PDF form.
Please note that all applications need to be submitted
personally by the applicants. We do not accept
applications submitted by post, courier or anybody else
than the applicants themselves. This requirement is
stipulated in EU law.
You will need to provide supporting documents along
with your application form.
1. International passport;
2. Visa fee of 12,000 Naira in cash (unless
entitled to discount);
3. 2 passport-type photographs (en face, color,
white background, no glasses, no hats);
4. Travel medical insurance valid for the entire
period of intended stay plus at least 2 days; valid
for all Schengen countries; minimum coverage
5. Flight reservation (return);
6. Residence permit in one of the countries
covered by the Embassy (if applicable);
7. Copy of passport data page and previous
8. Copies of all original documents which the
applicant wishes to keep.
Minors travelling alone or with one parent – additional
1. Letter of consent from parent(s)/legal guardian(s)
done in the presence of a Notary Public and
superlegalized by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs;
2. Birth certificate of the minor;
3. National ID card/passport parent(s)/legal guardian
Studies, courses, research etc. – additional documents
1. Copy of acceptance letter;
2. All documents required by the institution;
3. Confirmation of payment of fees (if
4. Documents for legalization (if applicable) –
more info: Legalization of documents;
5. Hotel reservation or proof of another
accommodation; for applicants planning to stay
with family or friends or being sponsored by
Polish/EU citizens in any other way, an invitation
registered with appropriate Polish authorities
(Urzad Wojewodzki) is required;
6. Documents regarding applicant’s sufficient
means of subsistence during intended stay, such
as: introduction letter from employer with
employer’s consent for travel; salary slips; proof
of business ownership; personal/business bank
account statements; proof of income generated by
property; letter from sponsor and documents
regarding sponsor’s financial situation;
7. Documents regarding applicants family
situation (marriage/birth certificates).
NB: if u re below 18 years you must provide the documents for minors
we are all here to learn no contribution is too small ...all are allowed to participate
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|Re: Polish Student Visa by eurozone1(m): 12:37am On Apr 24, 2015|
You just have to know that they see Nigerians with bad eye as illegals and only out to marry as to get residency. It doesn't matter your age, it doesn't stop them from thinking you will change your mind to stay after your study. I have a friend studying in Gdansk and Sopot, so my guess is your going to one of them. Well you don't have to loose faith, Poland is much better in terms of life for International student compared to six years ago. Your decision not to pay tuition is smart, but that can also give room to Visa denial based on tuition not paid. All the best.
|Re: Polish Student Visa by abnur14(m): 1:03am On Apr 24, 2015|
eurozone1:u have a point there... the fact that I wouldn't be paying my tuition fees might give room to visa denial..I also considered it..but i heard they have changed their ways now they do give reasons .if they say it's the reason for denying me It means that if I pay I would be granted a visa. wat do u tnk
|Re: Polish Student Visa by eurozone1(m): 1:49pm On Apr 25, 2015|
Well try to get the admission first then we see what happens.
|Re: Polish Student Visa by emmanuel90(m): 1:36pm On May 27, 2015|
I have also applied for Undergraduate program at the University of lodz..... Its the visa issue that i consider the most these days.
|Re: Polish Student Visa by pansophist(m): 8:08pm On May 27, 2015|
E get stuff wey I for yarn here but I no like talk am for English. But as a person wey don live for Poland for one year as an exchange student, the country make sense. Only say to make better legit money there de very hard.
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|Re: Polish Student Visa by emmanuel90(m): 9:13pm On May 27, 2015|
Guy above...wetin u wan yan....Na naija boyz full here....tok am make we hear if e make sense....
|Re: Polish Student Visa by abnur14(m): 9:52pm On May 27, 2015|
yes pansophist we re all ears.....@ emmanuel90 hw ur admission process dae go ....wen re u applying for the appointment...base on my observations the date is only set twice a month for national visa appointment
for example dis month was on the 4th and 25th ....I anticipate the next one might be on the 15th of June ...I am not sure but it takes an interval of about three weeks...I recommend you apply within nxt month...it wld b to ur favour.....
|Re: Polish Student Visa by pansophist(m): 11:27pm On May 27, 2015|
|Re: Polish Student Visa by emmanuel90(m): 12:31am On May 28, 2015|
abnur14:I have to apply 3month before the program starts. And that still August.
|Re: Polish Student Visa by emmanuel90(m): 12:35am On May 28, 2015|
pansophist:But my guy na that polish cheap pass na and the admission procedure no dey hectic at all.
|Re: Polish Student Visa by pansophist(m): 12:36am On May 28, 2015|
Well, if them no come allow you enta their country nko? e go de easy if you apply from other place go study there, fortunately.
|Re: Polish Student Visa by abnur14(m): 1:27pm On May 28, 2015|
emmanuel90:is the program starting in august ...which program is that...
|Re: Polish Student Visa by emmanuel90(m): 5:02pm On May 28, 2015|
abnur14:Computer Science 1st October...Which sch did u send ur application to?
|Re: Polish Student Visa by emmanuel90(m): 5:04pm On May 28, 2015|
Most sch uni admission don close guy
|Re: Polish Student Visa by eurozone1(m): 6:35pm On May 28, 2015|
Lodz is pronounced as (wooch). Yes many of the things you said are true. 9ja boys have been doing lots of procreation there and that is not good at all. Why have a child when you have no plans on taking care of the child. Poland happens to be among the few countries in Schengen that is not in USA visa waiver program. So now they are been more committed and serious with everything immigration and border control. Many exploited them when they entered Schengen. But not anymore which I think is very good. Luxembourg remains the place in Europe Nigerians haven't exploited and given bad imagine and hopefully it will remain so.
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|Re: Polish Student Visa by pansophist(m): 6:37pm On May 28, 2015|
So make una suffer for wetin una boys don do lol Inherited punishment
|Re: Polish Student Visa by eurozone1(m): 6:40pm On May 28, 2015|
emmanuel90:You should also try Portugal, their tuition is around 1200-2000euro per academic year. Hungary is around 1500-2500 Euro per academic year. So you have places with better study visa chances.
|Re: Polish Student Visa by eurozone1(m): 6:45pm On May 28, 2015|
pansophist:Lol, that suffering is for boys planning on studying there.
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|Re: Polish Student Visa by emmanuel90(m): 6:56pm On May 28, 2015|
eurozone1:Thanks man...but yet to find any University in hungary that offer IT programs.
|Re: Polish Student Visa by eurozone1(m): 7:06pm On May 28, 2015|
emmanuel90:Lol, same way boys were talking like holy. They are now doing worse. But we believe there will be changes.
|Re: Polish Student Visa by pansophist(m): 7:19pm On May 28, 2015|
|Re: Polish Student Visa by eurozone1(m): 7:42pm On May 28, 2015|
pansophist:You said it all. I know in Norway boys married with kids and didn't divorce after they get whatever it is people are looking for be it papers or money. It all depends on individual and the woman they are with. I have been around places and have to say it is an individual thing. Nigerians should rep Nigeria positively wherever they are and with whatever Passport they hold.
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|Re: Polish Student Visa by emmanuel90(m): 7:54pm On May 28, 2015|
Guy why u dey twok like this na...i no fit cast 9ja image...true i fit flirt but no b to kon dey scatter ground get noticed.
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