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Re: Polish Student Visa by Amanee(f): 10:55am On Aug 19, 2020
bobbybiggs:
Hi all. I have just found the study opportunity in Poland as an alternative to Germany.

I checked some courses online in Poland already and most have their deadlines for ending of this month August 2020.

This is approximately 2 weeks before deadline.

From your experiences, if i started (from zero) with the application this week, can i still make it before the deadline?

Your responses are most appreciated.

Thanks.



Yes, if your school doesn't require authenticated/legalized copies of your certificates and you have the application fees

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Re: Polish Student Visa by Amanee(f): 10:56am On Aug 19, 2020
kiat:
Can someone assist me on how to go about getting admission in Poland for master's programme. U can mail me on aina.yetunde@ymail.com. thanks


Go through the thread

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Re: Polish Student Visa by fasanmioo: 1:46pm On Aug 19, 2020
Slimdaddy21:
@ Fasanmioo
hello, I got admission into Wroclaw university in Poland, I have accepted the offer, now don’t know what to do next. I’m seeing legalize docs don’t know where to do that please I need help Time is going.. and there something I have to do before book appointment with the embassy?.. please help a brother you can contact me via email tundeolosunde@gmail.com


Since you've gotten admission, have you paid tuition fee? If yes proceed to MOE & MoFA to authenticate your document.
Re: Polish Student Visa by odimbannamdi(m): 3:38pm On Aug 19, 2020
To study in Poland, would i need to block money just like Germany?
Re: Polish Student Visa by Amanee(f): 4:35pm On Aug 19, 2020
odimbannamdi:
To study in Poland, would i need to block money just like Germany?

No
Re: Polish Student Visa by Maize621: 4:50pm On Aug 19, 2020
Either a credit card certificate or a payslip.

odimbannamdi:
To study in Poland, would i need to block money just like Germany?
Re: Polish Student Visa by Slimdaddy21: 6:21pm On Aug 19, 2020
Im yet to pay tuition fee.. but I went to moe today for authentication of documents

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Re: Polish Student Visa by fasanmioo: 9:11pm On Aug 19, 2020
Slimdaddy21:
Im yet to pay tuition fee.. but I went to moe today for authentication of documents



OK good. If you're required to pay, judtvpay to secure your admission. And if there's no deadline then carry on with authentication
Re: Polish Student Visa by Amanee(f): 10:20pm On Aug 19, 2020
Hey guys

So I'm here again to share my experience this time with getting admitted to a tuition free course at the University of Warsaw. Note, this is going to be a lengthy read.

Pre-application
My first choice was actually University of Opole, that was until I came to this thread and saw someone talk about racism in some parts of Poland. It struck some fear in me, I no go lie, so I decided to look at other universities. I saw university of Warsaw and the first thing that caught my attention were the tuition free courses. I finally settled on Sustainable Development and prepared my documents for application.

Application
The easiest part of the whole process. I created my profile on IRK after watching a Youtube video on the application process. I paid the application fee using my MasterCard and downloaded the questions for the qualification interview. I worked on the interview questions and studied extensively on the subject. As a graduate of English Studies, I was already at a disadvantage as there were others with first degrees relating to Sustainable Development so I had no choice but to study hard. The interview came and it was very brief. Some helpful tips in preparing for the interview:

-Prepare well: I was fortunate to prepare for the interview by seeking coaching from friends, rubbing minds with my fellow applicant (Kels) and reading extensively. I didn't restrict myself to the materials I was given but I read wide. Eventually when the interview came, I was prepared.

-Look for a quiet place for the interview: Since the interviews are conducted online with meeting apps like Skype, Microsoft Teams, Google Meet etc, the audio quality matters. Polish people have their own English accent and if you're not in a quiet place, you will not be able to hear them.

-Your interviewers will likely be very friendly: I found it disconcerting somehow, maybe because I'm used to the naija way of interviews where people in the panel act as if they want to decimate and embarrass you. The Polish interviewers me and my friends spoke with were very friendly. In my case, they were even trying to assist with answering the questions they asked and I was amazed.

-Put your best foot forward: Why? Because the interview will most likely be brief. Find a way to answer questions by going straight to the point from the beginning. The interviewers have a large number of applicants to attend to so they may be kind of hasty. It's best for you to get to the point and fast.

Give room for Polish time: They even state it before the interview, be prepared 20 minutes before and 20 minutes after the interview. In my case, they interviewed me almost one hour after my allocated interview time.

Pray well: Very important

Post-application
Five days after my interview I received a notification that I'd qualified for studies and I had four days from that day to send my legalized documents to University of Warsaw. I hadn't even gotten my documents authenticated, talkess of legalised so I asked for a deadline extension which they granted. I went about getting my documents authenticated by proxy (read about that here https://www.nairaland.com/2272115/polish-student-visa/98#92243017 ) I eventually sent my authenticated documents and long silence...

Then out of the blues, my documents would be rejected because they were not legalized. Omo, I was lost. I didn't know where to start from after I've already told my mom and friends that I'd been admitted. I eventually rallied and sent a mail to the school citing the pandemic as a reason for the non-legalization. I even called the recruitment officer at some point. Eventually she told me she spoke with the admission officers and they decided that my eligibility letter was sufficient for admission.

Brethren, that's how I got admitted to the University of Warsaw. I'm moving on to the next phase and Godwilling, I'll be successful.


Peace

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Re: Polish Student Visa by Slyle(m): 11:00pm On Aug 19, 2020
Congratulations! More wins!





Amanee:
Hey guys

So I'm here again to share my experience this time with getting admitted to a tuition free course at the University of Warsaw. Note, this is going to be a lengthy read.

Pre-application
My first choice was actually University of Opole, that was until I came to this thread and saw someone talk about racism in some parts of Poland. It struck some fear in me, I no go lie, so I decided to look at other universities. I saw university of Warsaw and the first thing that caught my attention were the tuition free courses. I finally settled on Sustainable Development and prepared my documents for application.

Application
The easiest part of the whole process. I created my profile on IRK after watching a Youtube video on the application process. I paid the application fee using my MasterCard and downloaded the questions for the qualification interview. I worked on the interview questions and studied extensively on the subject. As a graduate of English Studies, I was already at a disadvantage as there were others with first degrees relating to Sustainable Development so I had no choice but to study hard. The interview came and it was very brief. Some helpful tips in preparing for the interview:

-Prepare well: I was fortunate to prepare for the interview by seeking coaching from friends, rubbing minds with my fellow applicant and reading extensively. I didn't restrict myself to the materials I was given but I read wide. Eventually when the interview came, I was prepared.

-Look for a quiet place for the interview: Since the interviews are conducted online with meeting apps like Skype, Microsoft Teams, Google Meet etc, the audio quality matters. Polish people have their own English accent and if you're not in a quiet place, you will not be able to hear them.

-Your interviewers will likely be very friendly: I found it disconcerting somehow, maybe because I'm used to the naija way of interviews where people in the panel act as if they want to decimate and embarrass you. The Polish interviewers me and my friends spoke with were very friendly. In my case, they were even trying to assist with answering the questions they asked and I was amazed.

-Put your best foot forward: Why? Because the interview will most likely be brief. Find a way to answer questions by going straight to the point from the beginning. The interviewers have a large number of applicants to attend to so they may be kind of hasty. It's best for you to get to the point and fast.

Give room for Polish time: They even state it before the interview, be prepared 20 minutes before and 20 minutes after the interview. In my case, they interviewed me almost one hour after my allocated interview time.

Pray well: Very important

Post-application
Five days after my interview I received a notification that I'd qualified for studies and I had four days from that day to send my legalized documents to University of Warsaw. I hadn't even gotten my documents authenticated, talkess of legalised so I asked for a deadline extension which they granted. I went about getting my documents authenticated by proxy. I eventually sent my authenticated documents and long silence...

Then out of the blues, my documents would be rejected because they were not legalized. Omo, I was lost. I didn't know where to start from after I've already told my mom and friends that I'd been admitted. I eventually rallied and sent a mail to the school citing the pandemic as a reason for the non-legalization. I even called the recruitment officer at some point. Eventually she told me she spoke with the admission officers and they decided that my eligibility letter was sufficient for admission.

Brethren, that's how I got admitted to the University of Warsaw. I'm moving on to the next phase and Godwilling, I'll be successful.


Peace

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Re: Polish Student Visa by Nobody: 11:10pm On Aug 19, 2020
xule20:
Jagiellonian University-

Tuition fees- Bachelor: 4000 euro per year. Masters: 3300-4000 euro per year.

Application round - 18.05.2020 13:00 – 15.06.2020

Application fee: 100 PLN

Programmes link: https://welcome.uj.edu.pl/en_GB/programmes



University of Warsaw-

Tuition fees- Bachelor: 2000-3000 euro per year. Masters: 3000-4000 euro per year.

Application round (03.06.2020 00:00 – 03.07.2020

Application fee: 85 – 100 PLN

Programmes link: https://en.uw.edu.pl/education/degree-programmes-1st-2nd-and-long-cycle-studies-bachelor-and-master/



University of Wroclaw-

Tuition fees- Bachelor: 2000 euro per year. Masters: 3200 euro per year.

Application deadline: 15th August. (15th July for Biotech -Bachelor, Masters 2nd July)

Application fee: 20 euro

Programmes link: https://international.uni.wroc.pl/en/admission-full-degree-studies/programmes-english



Adam Mickiewicz University-

Tuition fees- Bachelor: 1200-1500 euro per year. Masters: 1200-1500 euro per year.

Application deadline: 1stJuly, 1st August (depends on the programme)

Application fee: 20 euro

Programmes link: http://international.amu.edu.pl/



AGH University of Science and Technology-

Tuition fees- Bachelor: 1750-2000 euro per year. Masters: 1750-2000 euro per year.

Application deadline: Mostly January to February but for 2020/21 session the deadline might be extended.

Application fee: 20 euro

Programmes link: https://www.international.agh.edu.pl/eng/regular-studies/education-offer/



Gdańsk University of Technology-

Tuition fees- Bachelor: 3600 euro per year. Masters: 3600-4000 euro per year.

Application deadline: 15th August

Application fee: 20 euro

Programmes link: https://pg.edu.pl/international/study-in-english



Wrocław University of Science and Technology-

Tuition fees- Bachelor: 3000 euro per year. Masters: 4000 euro per year.

Application deadline: Bachelor- 12th June /Masters -14th July

Application fee: 20 euro

Programmes link: http://admission.pwr.edu.pl/study-finder#recruitment=full



Lodz University of Technology-

Tuition fees- Bachelor: 1750-3500 euro per year. Masters: 1750-3500 euro per year.

Application deadline: The registration starts on 31.05.2020 and the last date will be announced soon.

Application fee: 20 euro

Programmes link: https://rekrutacja.p.lodz.pl/en/study-programmes?jezyk%5B%5D=307



Nicolaus Copernicus University-

Tuition fees- Bachelor: 2200-4400 euro per year. Masters: 4000 euro per year.

Application deadline: July 10

Application fee: 20 euro

Programmes link: https://www.umk.pl/en/admissions/in_english/



Cracow University of Technology-

Tuition fees- Bachelor: 3000-3500 euro per year. Masters: 3000 euro per year.

Application deadline: August 31st

Application fee: 20-35 euro

Programmes link: Bachelor- http://iro.pk.edu.pl/bachelors-degree/Master - http://iro.pk.edu.pl/masters-degree/



Poznań University of Technology-

Tuition fees- Bachelor: 2000-2200 euro per year. Masters: 2800-3200 euro per year (PUT offers masters for February session only)

Application deadline: August 31st

Application fee: 85 PLN - Bachelor's degree 100 PLN - Master's degree 150 PLN - Bachelor or Master of Architecture

Programmes link: https://www.put.poznan.pl/en/educational-offer/studies-english



University of Silesia-

Tuition fees- Bachelor: 4600 euro per year. Masters: 3000-4600 euro per year

Application deadline: From 1st June to September 30th ( last date is not confirmed yet)

Application fee: 20 euro

Programmes link: https://katalog.us.edu.pl/catalog/program/index?year=2020&tab=01&ProgramSearch%5Bname%5D=&ProgramSearch%5BprogramOption%5D%5B%5D=PO_EN



Cracow University of Economics-

Tuition fees-: No information on the website

Application deadline: Not fixed yet. Approximately 1st June – 31st August

Application fee: 20 euro

Programmes link: https://uek.krakow.pl/kandydaci/rekrutacja-od-a-do-z/recruitment-of-foreigners-for-the-academic-year-2020/2021/admission-of-full-time-programme



SGH Warsaw School of Economics-

(double degree programs available)

Tuition fees- Bachelor: 2000 euro per year, Masters: 2000 per year

Application deadline: Will be start from 20th May (July/August may be)

Application fee: 20 euro

Programmes link https://ssl-oferta.sgh.waw.pl/en/Pages/default.aspx



Wroclaw University of Economics-

Tuition fees- Bachelor: 1600 -2000 euro per year, Masters: 1700 -2400 euro per year

Application deadline: Will be started from 18th May till (July/August may be)

Application fee: 20 euro

Programmes link: http://www.ue.wroc.pl/kandydaci/



Poznan University of Economics and Business-

Tuition fees- Bachelor: 2200 euro per year, Masters: 2100 euro per year

Application deadline: 1st April to 1st July 2020

Application fee: 20 euro

Programmes link: https://ue.poznan.pl/en/programmes,c7330/



University of Gdansk-

Tuition fees- Bachelor: 1500-1700 euro per year, Masters: 2100 -2500 euro per year

(Fees for studies - starting from the academic year 2020/2021 - will be published immediately after the announcement of the Rector's Order)

Application deadline: Immediately after establishing a new schedule (at the end of May this year), new recruitment dates will be placed

Application fee: 20 euro

Programmes link: https://ue.poznan.pl/en/programmes,c7330/



University of Lodz-

Tuition fees- Bachelor: 2500 euro per year, Masters: 2500 euro per year

Application deadline: From 1st of June to 14th August 2020

Application fee: 20 euro

Programmes link: https://admission.uni.lodz.pl/kierunki.php?op=show&tryb=katalog&p=&sk=opis&sm=a&search=&kategoria=&system_studiow=1



Warsaw University of Technology-

Tuition fees- Bachelor: 3000-4000 euro per year, Masters: 3000 - 5000 euro per year

Application deadline: It’s open now and will be open until further notice

Application fee: 20 euro

Programmes link: https://www.students.pw.edu.pl/Studies-Offer



Silesian University of Technology-

Tuition fees- No information on the website. The fee is approximately 1500 - 2000 for bachelor and 2000-3000 for masters

Application deadline: From May 11th to October 15th

Application fee: 20 euro

Programmes link: https://www.students.pw.edu.pl/Studies-Offer



Maria Curie-Skłodowska University

Tuition fees- Bachelor: 2200 – 4000 euro per year, Masters: 1560 -3200 euro per year

Application deadline: From 1st April to 30th September

Application fee: 20 euro

Programmes link: https://www.umcs.pl/en/applicant.htm

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Re: Polish Student Visa by Amanee(f): 4:20am On Aug 20, 2020
Slyle:
Congratulations! More wins!




Thank you

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Re: Polish Student Visa by Factually: 11:51am On Aug 20, 2020
Visa application starts 24th august #verified.
Re: Polish Student Visa by Claudia090: 12:06pm On Aug 20, 2020
Please guys, since i have done Authentication at MOE and MOF do i still need the legalisation at embassy?
Re: Polish Student Visa by odirajayjay(m): 12:57pm On Aug 20, 2020
Factually:
Visa application starts 24th august #verified.
Re: Polish Student Visa by Amanee(f): 12:58pm On Aug 20, 2020
Claudia090:
Please guys, since i have done Authentication at MOE and MOF do i still need the legalisation at embassy?

Yes you do
Re: Polish Student Visa by odirajayjay(m): 1:10pm On Aug 20, 2020
Do I need to legalize my birth certificate at the embassy? Also can legalization be done on the same date of your Visa submission? (And do I still need to legalize my waec again since I have done that at the Czech republic embassy before.)
Re: Polish Student Visa by MoDuPe19201: 1:11pm On Aug 20, 2020
Polish Embassy finally opened for new applications.

Students and Work permit holders only for now

https://www.gov.pl/web/nigeria-en/resumption-of-visa-service---update
Re: Polish Student Visa by saskatoonguy: 2:01pm On Aug 20, 2020
FINALLY

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Re: Polish Student Visa by Amandacanny: 2:21pm On Aug 20, 2020
Good day all, please my question is if it is possible to go with your family when you are admitted.
Re: Polish Student Visa by drainoh: 5:34pm On Aug 20, 2020
saskatoonguy:
FINALLY
Just the news i have been waiting for, I've been admitted into poznan university of technology and i have paid my school feea
Re: Polish Student Visa by Hardefillar1(m): 8:30pm On Aug 20, 2020
Amanee:


From what I deduced during my own process.
At MOE:
-You give them your WAEC scratch card to verify your WAEC results
-They authenticate your certificate and transcript with the crest and sign twice at the back with date.
-They issue you eligibility letter sealed with stamps stating 'original' twice.

At MFA:
-They sign on the already signed certificates and transcripts.
-They also crest the documents.
-They also sign on other documents that you want legalized at the embassy like birth certificates, eligibility letter from MOE etc.

At some point in one of the ministries they request your passport photograph. I don't really know the ministry because I did my authentication by proxy. If there's something I missed others can assist.

Attached:
1) sample eligibility letter for Masters/Postgraduate studies
2) sample cresting and signature done on the certificate

Please give me your number, let me contact you personally... I need your help with something
Re: Polish Student Visa by Shogun200: 8:57pm On Aug 20, 2020
Amanee:
Hey guys

So I'm here again to share my experience this time with getting admitted to a tuition free course at the University of Warsaw. Note, this is going to be a lengthy read.




Peace
I love the fact that everything you and some people do on this platform is for the education and help of others, your patience and attention to details in your post is very commendable, it's my wish that we all get to the next chapter of our dreams. Ride on.

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Re: Polish Student Visa by Shogun200: 8:58pm On Aug 20, 2020
Please who has done collegium Civitas interview before? I need help.
Re: Polish Student Visa by drainoh: 9:28pm On Aug 20, 2020
I just tried registering portal and it's saying lacknof dates till September, is there anyone that can help with this?
Re: Polish Student Visa by drainoh: 6:03am On Aug 21, 2020
How many of us are experiencing th issue of lackbof date? since the portal opened 4pm yesterday an there's still no date available

Re: Polish Student Visa by oscarpellenchy: 7:01am On Aug 21, 2020
Hello, please i sent you a PM, kindly reply. I need to ask few things about the school..Thanks

drainoh:

Just the news i have been waiting for, I've been admitted into poznan university of technology and i have paid my school feea
Re: Polish Student Visa by Vlibray: 7:02am On Aug 21, 2020
drainoh:
How many of us are experiencing th issue of lackbof date? since the portal opened 4pm yesterday an there's still no date available
I have been experiencing the same thing
Re: Polish Student Visa by fasanmioo: 7:08am On Aug 21, 2020
Amanee:
Hey guys

So I'm here again to share my experience this time with getting admitted to a tuition free course at the University of Warsaw. Note, this is going to be a lengthy read.




Peace



Congratulations.... Hope, light at the end of the tunnel.
Re: Polish Student Visa by Vlibray: 7:13am On Aug 21, 2020
fasanmioo:




Congratulations.... Hope, light at the end of the tunnel.
Send me your digits abeg
Re: Polish Student Visa by Amanee(f): 8:48am On Aug 21, 2020
Hardefillar1:


Please give me your number, let me contact you personally... I need your help with something

Kindly send me a pm
Re: Polish Student Visa by Amanee(f): 8:49am On Aug 21, 2020
Shogun200:

I love the fact that everything you and some people do on this platform is for the education and help of others, your patience and attention to details in your post is very commendable, it's my wish that we all get to the next chapter of our dreams. Ride on.

Thank you

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