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Prospective students are admitted twice a year: during summer and winter admissions periods.

 

Winter intake 2018/2019 starts on November 6, 2018.

For international candidates the winter admissions deadline is December 20, 2018.

For the prospective students from the EU countries, the US, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Island, Norway, Switzerland, Croatia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Montenegro, Serbia, the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Ukraine, Russia, Belarus, Moldova, Turkey, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan the deadline is extended till January 25, 2019.

For Polish residents or foreigners who have been granted a residence permit to settle in Poland (Karta pobytu) the deadline is February 10, 2019.

 

Admissions process

  1. Find the right course for you If you are not sure which course at Collegium Civitas would suit you best please visit our website: academic offer
  2. Fill in an Application Form
  3. Pay the application fee
  4. Submit your application as early as possible You have to send the application form and required documents by regular post (candidates residing in Poland) or via email (international candidates). Check out the list of documents which you need to submit to apply.
  5. Outcome of the assessment. Within 2 weeks you will receive information concerning the outcome of your application through the Collegium Civitas on-line admissions platform. Please note that in special circumstances the assessment can take longer than 2 weeks.
  6. Payment of the entry and tuition fee
  7. Reception of the official Acceptance Letter. We will issue a final Acceptance Letter as soon as your payment is confirmed. The letter will be sent to you by post.
  8. Arrival in Warsaw. Once in Warsaw, please bring the originals of your application documents. Do not forget to bring all originals of the documents to the Admissions Office as well as 2 passport photos (sample). Should you fail to do so, you will not be allowed to begin your studies.

Step by step procedure extended version

University-Student agreement

 

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS

 

Candidates with Polish matura

Check the ways of applying for studies:

1. Groups of candidates which are eligible to undertake studies on the terms applicable to Polish citizens
2. Groups of candidates which may undertake studies on different terms than applicable to Polish citizens

  1. Printed and signed Application Form
  2. Original Matura certificate
  3. Copy of your official ID (dowód osobisty)
  4. 2 passport photos (sample)
  5. Copy of a valid health insurance policy or European Health Insurance Card (after acceptance) (only for those who apply on different terms than applicable to Polish citizens)
  6. Receipt of payment of the Application Fee of 290 PLN paid to Collegium Civitas.

The application fee can be paid via the electronic payment system PayU. In order to make a payment, you should log into the on-line admissions platform

The application fee can also be paid via a bank transfer.

Bank details for bank transfers:
Collegium Civitas, Plac Defilad 1, 00-901 Warsaw, Poland
Bank: Alior Bank SA; Bank’s address: Łopuszańska 38D, 02-232 Warsaw, Poland;
account number: 95 2490 0005 0000 4600 1851 0196
SWIFT: ALBPPLPW
IBAN: PL 95 2490 0005 0000 4600 1851 0196
Title: name surname registration number (example: Anna Kowalska 24511)

  1. Proof of English proficiency

Candidates applying on the terms applicable to Polish citizens are expected to submit either their Matura English result or any certificate of English proficiency.

Candidates applying on different terms than applicable to Polish citizens must send a certificate of English proficiency unless they have finished their education in English. Here is a list of tests and passing scores scores that we accept.

UE, OECD, EFTA candidates

At present: Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Chile, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Greece, Spain, the Netherlands, Ireland, Iceland, Israel, Japan, Canada, South Korea, Lichtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Latvia, Malta, Mexico, Germany, Norway, New Zealand, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Switzerland, Sweden, Turkey, USA, Hungary, United Kingdom, Italy.

 

Required documents

Check the ways of applying for studies:

1. Groups of candidates which are eligible to undertake studies on the terms applicable to Polish citizens
2. Groups of candidates which may undertake studies on different terms than applicable to Polish citizens

 

  1. Printed and signed Application Form
  2. Copy of a secondary school leaving certificate with a copy of a secondary school transcript with grading scale. A transcript is an official written document which lists and certifies previous school achievements and explains the grading system applied.
  3. Apostille of the Secondary School Leaving certificate

Candidates should authenticate their secondary school leaving certificate in the form of an Apostille.

If your school leaving certificate has been issued by an institution working in an educational system of a country participating in the Hague Convention of 5 October 1961, legalization is carried out in the form of an Apostille placed in the original document or attached to it.

The register of the countries belonging to the Convention or the institutions entitled to issuing Apostilles can be obtained here

 

  1. Copy of a translation of your secondary school leaving certificate into Polish or English
  2. Copy of your passport or official ID (only the page(s) showing name, picture and passport number)
  3. Copy of a valid health insurance policy or European Health Insurance Card (after acceptance) (only for those who apply on different terms than applicable to Polish citizens)
  4. Receipt of payment of the Application Fee of 290 PLN paid to Collegium Civitas.

The application fee can be paid via the electronic payment system PayU. In order to make a payment, you should log into the on-line admissions platform
The application fee can also be paid via a bank transfer.

Bank details for bank transfers:
Collegium Civitas, Plac Defilad 1, 00-901 Warsaw, Poland
Bank: Alior Bank SA; Bank’s address: Łopuszańska 38D, 02-232 Warsaw, Poland;
account number: 95 2490 0005 0000 4600 1851 0196
SWIFT: ALBPPLPW
IBAN: PL 95 2490 0005 0000 4600 1851 0196
Title: name surname registration number (example: Anna Kowalska 24511)

  1. English certificate

Candidates applying on the terms applicable to Polish citizens are expected to submit either their Matura English result or any certificate of English proficiency.

Candidates applying on different terms than applicable to Polish citizens must send a certificate of English proficiency unless they have finished their education in English. Here is a list of tests and passing scores scores that we accept.

Attention: Do not forget to bring all originals of the documents listed above to the Admissions office when you are in Warsaw. You must also bring 2 passport photos (sample)

 

Non EU, OECD, EFTA candidates

Required documents

Check the ways of applying for studies:
1. Groups of candidates which are eligible to undertake studies on the terms applicable to Polish citizens
2. Groups of candidates which may undertake studies on different terms than applicable to Polish citizens

  1. Printed and signed Application Form
  2. Copy of a secondary school leaving certificate with a copy of a secondary school transcript with grading scale. A transcript is an official written document which lists and certifies previous school achievements and explains the grading system applied.
  3. Legalization of the Secondary School Leaving certificate or Apostille

Candidates should authenticate their secondary school leaving certificate in the form of a Legalization or an Apostille.

a) If your school leaving certificate has been issued by an institution working in an educational system of a country participating in the Hague Convention of 5 October 1961, legalization is carried out in the form of an Apostille placed in the original document or attached to it.

The register of the countries belonging to the Convention or the institutions entitled to issuing Apostilles can be obtained here

b) If your country does not participate in the Hague Convention of 5 October 1961 you should present legalization of your secondary school leaving certificate. Legalization can be issued by:

– the Polish consul in the country where the certificate was issued or in the country in which the education system and school operate;

– education authorities in the country where a certificate was issued or in the country in which education system and school operate;

– an embassy or consulate of the country where the certificate was issued, located in Poland, in other EU, EFTA or OECD countries, or in the country in which the education system and school operate.

  1. Official confirmation concerning your eligibility to apply for Bachelor programmes

Copy of a certificate stating that the submitted secondary school leaving certificate entitles the holder to apply for Bachelor studies in the country of issue (only if there is no such a comment/line stating such an entitlement on the diploma/transcript). Such a statement should be issued or certified by:

– the institution that issued the secondary school leaving certificate

– the education authorities of the country that issued the aforementioned certificate or in whose system of education the school operates

Recognition of a certificate, a level of education or the right to continue education is not necessary in the case of:

– certificates or other documents issued by schools operating in education systems of EU, OECD or EFTA members, which allow access to higher education institutions in those countries (at present: Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Chile, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Greece, Spain, the Netherlands, Ireland, Iceland, Israel, Japan, Canada, South Korea, Lichtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Latvia, Malta, Mexico, Germany, Norway, New Zealand, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Switzerland, Sweden, Turkey, USA, Hungary, United Kingdom, Italy).

– IB diplomas (International Baccalaureate) issued by the International Baccalaureate Organization in Geneva

– EB diplomas (European Baccalaureate) issued by European Schools in accordance with the Convention drawn up in Luxembourg on 21 June 1994;

– certificates issued in countries with which Poland has signed bilateral agreements concerning the recognition of education for example: China, Belarus, Ukraine (certificates issued under agreements which have expired will still be recognized on the basis of those agreements).

The list of bilateral agreements can be found at: http://www.nauka.gov.pl/uznawanie-wyksztalcenia/akty-prawne.html

  1. Copy of a translation of your secondary school leaving certificate into Polish or English
  2. Copy of your passport or official ID (only the page(s) showing name, picture and passport number)
  3. Copy of a valid health insurance policy or European Health Insurance Card (after acceptance) (only for those who apply on different terms than applicable to Polish citizens)
  4. Receipt of payment of the Application Fee of 290 PLN paid to Collegium Civitas.

The application fee can be paid via the electronic payment system PayU. In order to make a payment, you should log into the on-line admissions platform
The application fee can also be paid via a bank transfer.

Bank details for bank transfers:
Collegium Civitas, Plac Defilad 1, 00-901 Warsaw, Poland
Bank: Alior Bank SA; Bank’s address: Łopuszańska 38D, 02-232 Warsaw, Poland;
account number: 95 2490 0005 0000 4600 1851 0196
SWIFT: ALBPPLPW
IBAN: PL 95 2490 0005 0000 4600 1851 0196
Title: name surname registration number (example: Anna Kowalska 24511)

  1. English certificate

Candidates applying on the terms applicable to Polish citizens are expected to submit either their Matura English result or any certificate of English proficiency.

Candidates applying on different terms than applicable to Polish citizens must send a certificate of English proficiency unless they have finished their education in English. Here is a list of tests and passing scores scores that we accept.

  1. Nostrification of certificates (till the end of a first term).
    By the end of the first semester of your studies, you may be asked to submit a nostrification of your secondary school leaving certificate.
    Nostrification is the formal process of recognizing foreign degrees or certificates

Legal basis: Article 93 and Article 93 a-h of Polish Education Act of 7 September 1991 (Ustawa o systemie oświaty Dz.U. z 2015 r. poz. 2156 z późn. zm) and a Decree of the Minister of National Education (rozporządzenie Ministra Edukacji Narodowej z dnia 27 marca 2015 roku w sprawie postępowania w celu uznania albo potwierdzenia wykształcenia lub uprawnień do kontynuacji nauki uzyskanych w zagranicznym systemie oświaty (Dz. U. z 2015 poz. 447).
Recognition of a certificate or the level of education is done by the Education Superintendent either for the place of residence of the Applicant, or—if no such place exists—for the official seat of the institution where the Applicant is going to receive their certificate.

Recognition of a certificate or a level of education or the right to continue education is not necessary in the case of:

– certificates or other documents issued by schools operating in the education systems of EU, OECD or EFTA members, which allow access to higher education institutions in those countries (at present: Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Chile, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Greece, Spain, the Netherlands, Ireland, Iceland, Israel, Japan, Canada, South Korea, Lichtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Latvia, Malta, Mexico, Germany, Norway, New Zealand, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Switzerland, Sweden, Turkey, USA, Hungary, United Kingdom, Italy).

– IB diplomas (International Baccalaureate) issued by the International Baccalaureate Organization in Geneva

– EB diplomas (European Baccalaureate) issued by European Schools in accordance with the Convention drawn up in Luxembourg on 21 June 1994;

– certificates issued in countries with which Poland has signed bilateral agreements concerning the recognition of education for example: China, Belarus, Ukraine (certificates issued under the agreements which have expired will still be recognized on the basis of those agreements).

The list of bilateral agreements can be found at: http://www.nauka.gov.pl/uznawanie-wyksztalcenia/akty-prawne.html

Contact:                 
Kuratorium Oświaty w Warszawie
Al. Jerozolimskie 32
Room 512, 5th floor
Telephone no: +48 22 551 24 00  extention  5101, 5121, 5122

Attention: Do not forget to bring all originals of the documents listed above to the Admissions office when you are in Warsaw. You must also bring 2 passport photos (sample)

 

 

 

Admissions Office

Pałac Kultury i Nauki / Palace of Culture and Science
12 floor, room 1210
plac Defilad 1, 00-901 Warszawa

tel.  + 48 22 656 71 89
email: admissions@civitas.edu.pl
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday: 9:00-17:00
Wednesday: 9:00-18:00


Contact:
Collegium Civitas Admissions Office
phone: +48 22 656 71 89
email: admissions@civitas.edu.pl

room 1210, Palace of Culture and Science, 12th floor
1 Defilad Square, 00-901 Warsaw, Poland