Częstochowa University of Technology, Poland

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The University also prides itself on having good student infrastructure, a wide range of high-standard laboratories and lecture rooms to support research and teaching as well as three halls of residence, its own publisher and a modern main library and faculty libraries.

 

 

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1. Application Requirements...

1. Application Requirements…

After submitting your application here, an admission counselor will guide you through the whole admission process.

 

Language of Teaching

Majority of the courses are taught in English. The official language of Poland is Polish but a huge number of people speak English or Russian.

 

Application / Enrollment Fees

 

 

Application Deadlines

Spring Intake: starts – August, ends – January (best to apply before October)

Fall Intake: starts – January, ends – August (best to apply before June)

 

 

Application Documents

Admission for International Students/Non-EU Citizens

Document list (Bachelors Degree/first cycle)

  • The request to the Vice-Rector for Education
  • Personal questionnaire (print out)
  • Document confirming the candidate’s identity (passport)
  • A certificate of secondary education, with grades list attached
  • Apostille or legalization of the certificate together with grades list
  • Sworn translation of secondary education certificate into the Polish language, or a translation certified by a Polish consul, together with grades list
  • Information that the foreign certificate entitles the candidate to start post-secondary studies in the issuing country
  • Sworn translation into the Polish language, or a translation certified by a Polish consul, stating that the candidate’s certificate authorizes him/her to apply to University in the issuing country
  • Authorization of the certificate by an Education Supervision Body. Does not apply to documents issued in EU, OECD, EFTA, EOG countries, or such countries with which Poland has agreements on education authorization
  • Document confirming knowledge of English language
  • Insurance policy against sickness and accidents for the period of candidate’s education in Poland, or European Health Insurance Card, or agreement with National Health Fund
  • up-to-date photos of the candidate (size: 35×45 mm; on the back of each of the photos there should be written the candidate’s name and additionally on one of them – permanent residence address
  • Confirmation of payment of recruitment fee
  • Confirmation of payment for the first semester of studies

 

Document list (Masters Degree/second cycle)

  • The request to the Vice-Rector for Education
  • Personal questionnaire (print out)
  • Document confirming the candidate’s identity (passport)
  • A first cycle studies diploma, with grades attached
  • Apostille or legalization of the diploma together with grades list
  • Sworn translation of first cycle studies diploma into the Polish language, or a translation certified by a Polish consul, together with grades list
  • Information that the foreign diploma entitles the candidate to start post-secondary studies in the issuing country
  • Sworn translation into the Polish language, or a translation certified by a Polish consul, stating that the candidate’s diploma authorizes him/her to apply to University in the issuing country
  • Recognition of diploma. Does not apply to documents issued in EU, OECD, EFTA, EOG countries, or such countries with which Poland has agreements on education authorization
  • Document confirming knowledge of English language
  • Insurance policy against sickness and accidents for the period of candidate’s education in Poland, or European Health Insurance Card, or agreement with National Health Fund
  • up-to-date photos of the candidate (size: 35×45 mm; on the back of each of the photos there should be written the candidate’s name and additionally on one of them – permanent residence address
  • Confirmation of payment of recruitment fee
  • Confirmation of payment for the first semester of studies

 

Document list (Ph.D. Degree/third cycle)

  • The request to the Vice-Rector for Education
  • Personal questionnaire (print out)
  • Document confirming the candidate’s identity (passport)
  • Résumé or CV
  • Copy of diploma of completing BA and MA studies, or uniform Master’s studies in the fields of technical, mathematical, physical, chemical, economic or social sciences in courses that are compatible or related to the scientific discipline for which the candidate is submitting an application for a Ph.D. degree studies.
  • A candidate for Ph.D. degree studies that is not in possession of a diploma of completing MA degree studies submits a document attesting to the acquisition of the status of a beneficiary of the program entitled: “Diamond Grant”.
  • Apostille or legalization of BA and MA diplomas together with grades list
  • Sworn translation of diplomas (BA and MA) into the Polish language, or a translation certified by a Polish consul, together with grades list
  • A document confirming the change of surname ( this relates to people having a diploma issued under another name than that provided in the application for Ph.D. studies.
  • Sworn translation into the Polish language, or a translation certified by a Polish consul, stating that the candidate’s diplomas (BA and MA) authorize the candidate to apply to University in the issuing country
  • Recognition of diplomas (BA and MA). Does not apply to documents issued in EU, OECD, EFTA, EOG countries, or such countries with which Poland has agreements on education authorization
  • Photographs against bright background with no headgear (45 mm x 65 mm).
  • Insurance policy against sickness and accidents for the period of candidate’s education in Poland, or European Health Insurance Card, or agreement with National Health Fund
  • A summary of professional accomplishments including information relating to the following: reasons for applying for acceptance for doctoral studies, envisaged subject matter of future Ph.D. thesis, scientific and organizational achievements attained (if the candidate has some).
  • Document confirming knowledge of English language
  • Consent for the processing of personal data in accordance with the Act dated 29 August 1997 relating to the protection of personal data (Law Gazette no. 133, pos. 883 with further amendments) (print-out).
  • Confirmation of payment for the first semester of studies

 

Foundation/Preparatory School / Course / Program

 

 

English Proficiency Documents / Requirements

 

 

Other Application Details

 

 

After submitting your application here, an admission counselor will guide you through the whole admission process.

2. Degree Programs...

2. Degree Programs…

After submitting your application here, an admission counselor will guide your through the whole admission process.

 

Bachelor’s degree

  • Biotechnology
  • Business management
  • Computer science
  • Environmental engineering
  • Production Engineering

 

Master’s degree programs

  • Computer science
  • Logistics
  • Management
  • Production Engineering

 

After submitting your application here, an admission counselor will guide your through the whole admission process.

3. Tuition Fees & Other Costs...

3. Tuition Fees & Other Costs

After submitting your application here, an admission counselor will guide you through the whole admission process.

 

General Cost, Budget & Living Expenses

Studying abroad is Poland is not as expensive as studying in USA, UK, France, Germany, etc. This does not imply that Poland is a cheap country to live in. Even though the cost of living is not as high as some of the countries listed above, it is a fairly expensive country to live in.

Even without this, studying abroad tends to be more expensive than studying domestically. With this in mind, there are certain important cost elements to factor into the equation when you decide to study abroad. These are mainly:

  • Tuition fees
  • Visa & Flight
  • Accommodation
  • Living Expenses

 

Tuition Fees

Admission on equal terms with EU & Polish citizens

  • International students enrolled for studies on the same conditions as Polish citizens may study free of charge (only full-time studies) or pay fees applicable to Polish students, depending on the study programme (part-time studies)
  • 1450 euro/semester (only part-time studies) – Full-time doctoral studies in English language 

 

Admission for International students

  • 1920 EUR per year + additional non-refundable 85 PLN enrollment fee — Undergraduate / Bachelors degree
  • 1920 EUR per year + additional non-refundable 85 PLN enrollment fee — Masters degree
  • 1450 EUR per semester – Full-time doctoral studies in the English language 

 

After submitting your application here, an admission counselor will guide you through the whole admission process.

4. Scholarship...

4. Scholarship…

Although studying abroad away from your home country is usually not cheap, Częstochowa University of Technology has made it very affordable for international students to complete their tertiary education to obtain their degree diploma and certificates.

 

Rector’s scholarship

Scholarship Duration: complete duration of your degree program IF the student maintains a good academic performance in accordance with the requirements below.

Scholarship Eligibility: Foreign Student at Undergraduate and Postgraduate level

Scholarship Application: There is no separate application. Students seeking admission into the university are considered for the scholarship. So just apply for your admission and we will take care of the rest.

Scholarship Coverage: This scholarship only affects your tuition fees. You are still responsible for all your other study abroad costs.

 

 

After submitting your application here, an admission counselor will guide you through the whole admission process.

5. Accommodation...

5. Accommodation…

After submitting your application here, an admission counselor will guide you through the whole admission process.

 

Dormitories

Student of the Czestochowa University of Technology can apply for residence in any of the on-campus dormitories. Priority in the provision of dorm accommodation is provided to the student whose daily route to the University would prevent or substantially impede learning or who is in a difficult financial situation. Czestochowa University of Technology can accommodate more than 1,900 students in three dormitories:

  • Dormitory No. 7 “Herkules”, Sowińskiego street, number 40/48
  • Dormitory No. 5 “Maluch”, Dekabrystów street, number 26/30
  • Dormitory No. 2 “Bliźniak”, Akademicka street, number 5

In each of the dormitory are student clubs, grocery stores, kitchenettes, photocopying service, quiet study rooms, TV rooms, exercise rooms, and gyms. All dormitories have been renovated in recent years. The “new” dorms have double and triple rooms with a sanitary and economic space and constant access to the Internet. Repair work and replacement equipment in rooms helped to raise the standard of housing.

Dormitory Costs

The monthly fee for a place in the dormitory is:

Dormitory No. 7 “Herkules”

place in a single room – $89 per month

place in a double room – $76 per month

place in a triple room – $63 per month

family room – $173 per month

 

Dormitory No. 5 “Maluch”

place in a single room – $94 per month

place in a double room – $79 per month

family room – $173 per month

 

Dormitory No. 2 “Bliźniak”

place in a single room – $100 per month

place in a double room – $81 per month

 

After submitting your application here, an admission counselor will guide you through the whole admission process.

6. Visa, Flight & Travel...

6. Visa, Flight & Travel…

After submitting your application here, an admission counselor will guide you through the whole admission process.

 

Country: Poland

Visa Type: Schengen Student Visa

Main Airport: Warsaw Chopin Airport

Please inform us of your flight ticket date of travel and arrival (3 days before departure) the visa and the date of arrival.

Airlines: LOT Polish Airlines, Qatar Airways, Emirates, EgyptAir, British Airways, Lufthansa, KLM, Air France

Visa and Admission

For invitation, an international candidate needs to have submitted copies of education documents, passport and legalized translation of all these documents during the application and admission process.

 

Do You Need a Visa?

Travel without Visa — In order to study in Poland, you will need to legalize your stay in the territory of the Republic of Poland. If you are a citizen of a European Union (EU) country and you would like to stay in Poland for longer than three months, you will need to register your stay in the country. Visas are not required for holders of the United Nations “laissez-passer.”

Travel with Visa — If you are a non-EU citizen, you will need to obtain a visa at a Polish consulate in your home country before your arrival in Poland. Once you have arrived in Poland, you will need to apply for a Temporary Stay Card 45 days before your visa expires in order to prolong your stay. Visa approval to access Poland gives right of stay in the territory of the Republic of Poland only.

 

Education Requirements for Student Visa

In order to study in Poland, you must have completed a secondary level education and be in possession of a leaving certificate that confirms that you are eligible to apply for university. If you passed the International Baccalaureate or European Baccalaureate exams, you may freely apply for undergraduate studies at a Polish university.

However, if you only have an equivalent qualification from your home country, you will need to have it legally recognized as one of the Polish diplomatic outposts or another appropriate institution. This means certifying that your diploma is in accordance with the law of the country in which it was issued. Then you will have to verify it with the Polish law. This process of granting recognition of a degree from a foreign university is called nostrification.

Additionally, if you wish to be accepted for postgraduate studies in Poland, you will need to present an undergraduate diploma from a Polish institution or an overseas equivalent. You must present nostrification of your foreign diploma to a Polish university by the end of the first term.

 

Visa Requirements & Documents

Document language:

All documents executed in a foreign language (except English) shall be accompanied by their translation into Russian. Translation of all documents must be notarized.

In order to apply for a student visa in Poland, you will need to submit several documents. These documents include:

  • A filled-in and signed Poland Student Visa Application form
  • Valid passport (must be valid for three months after the planned departure from Poland)
  • Official letter of acceptance to a college or university in Poland
  • A short CV
  • Your school certificates and diplomas
  • Evidence of proficiency in the language in which you wish to study
  • Confirmation of having the funds for studying and living in Poland
  • Health insurance
  • One passport-sized photo
  • Visa Application Fee, payable by cash/postal order
  • Proof of Accommodation in Poland, if required
  • Transport documentation, such as a rail or air ticket

Health Insurance Requirement

International students who study in Poland will need to obtain a doctor’s certificate confirming that they can freely undertake study in the field of their choice. You will also need to be insured for the duration of your stay in Poland. Health care in Poland is not free, so you should be insured in case of illness or an accident.

7. Work & Study...

7. Work & Study…

This is the rule for students studying abroad…

Yes, you can work but about 90% of countries don’t give student work permits… However, students can work informally and part-time… But all governments and university do not expect students to depend on their possible employment to pay for their tuition and accommodation…

In fact, it not ever possible for students to study full-time each semester and work as well and yet be able to earn enough for their tuition fees and accommodation… Not possible…

They might be able to depend on their possible work for living expense but never for tuition and accommodation…

They can’t study and still earn enough for those kinds of stuff (unless they have their own businesses).

 

Since you are already here, there is no better time than now. Your great study abroad experience awaits you.

 

 

Czestochowa University of Technology (CUT) is the largest state university in the region funded in the 40’s last century. It is also the only one having full academic rights, i.e. it has the right to confer the title of doctor and university professor (habilitated doctor).

During its scientific and educational activities, it has become an inherent part of Poland’s history and tradition, of Czestochowa region and the city itself. In nationwide rankings of the state institutions of higher education, we are among the top universities in Poland of a similar profile.

CUT has a reputation for being a modern and well-equipped school which offers a wide range of courses and a high level of education.

The excellent quality of our teaching and research and the unrivaled academic knowledge and experience of our academic staff make studying at CUT a stimulating and invaluable experience.

 

Since you are already here, there is no better time than now. Your great study abroad experience awaits you.