Qualified candidates are required to send or bring in a number of additional documents to be accepted officially to the program. The deadline for delivering these documents is 16:00 noon on 17 July (or later, in case of people moved from the waiting list to the list of accepted candidates – the info will be given on your IRK account). An extension can be granted if necessary to people with foreign diplomas (please contact us in this case, otherwise we will delete you from the list on 17 July and accept someone from the waiting list!). Applicants who have not supplied us with these documents by 17 July will be considered disqualified from this year's admissions. Please note! The tuition for these studies is 3000 Euro/year for EU members and those with Polish heritage; 4300 Euro/year otherwise.

The following items must be delivered to our office:
1) 2 photos - format the same as for Polish ID (to see how a picture should look like check the guide in the “For accepted candidates” section);
2) an application to be accepted for study, printed from IRK – click “print application forms” on your IRK account, complete your personal data and print the application;
3) an application for a student ID card, printed from IRK after uploading your picture (to see how a picture should look like go here and check the guide in the “For accepted candidates” section ) - if you have completed your personal data, this application will be printed together with the application to be accepted for study;
4) the proof of payment for the student ID. It costs 17 PLN. The student id bank account is here;
5) the original secondary school diploma
In case of Polish diploma holders: your “matura” diploma + your “swiadectwo ukonczenia liceum”.
In case of non-Polish diploma holders: your high school diploma + diploma recognition (in Polish “nostryfikacja”).
ATTENTION!! Diplomas from foreign countries need to be legalized in your home country and then certified by the Polish Office for Education (Kuratorium). This can be finished during the 1st semester of the studies, as the whole process does take some time. However, for now, we will need from you the diploma legalization made in your home country. This means the “apostille” or “stamp from the Polish embassy/consulate” and a statement confirming your right to apply to higher education institutions in your home country. If you are from abroad and you are afraid of sending your diploma and apostille/statement by post, you can bring the originals with you in September. Please let us know about that in advance! However, for now, please scan these documents and send them to us by email so that we know that you have taken care of the diploma recognition process. Also, if you need more info about how to legalize the diploma, please contact us (info@psychology.pl).
6) any other documents we are missing from the application process (this includes recommendation letter, medical certificates, application for dormitories if a placement is needed, etc.
7) a signed statement about whether you would like to enroll in an introductory course in Polish language and culture – required only from non-Polish accepted candidates. We need that ASAP, before 22 July if possible! This course would most likely take place in the last two weeks of September. If you would like to enroll please indicate your level of proficiency in Polish (beginner or intermediate). This course is free of charge to foreign students.

ATTENTION! You will be considered a full-time student after you have delivered all the needed documents!