Admission process for foreigners

Terms and conditions

The fees for studying at the University of Economics in Katowice are obligatory for international students. The tuition fee for full-time studies held in Polish is not charged in from:

  • European Union (EU) or European Free Trade Association (EFTA) Member States citizens and theirs relatives, if they are residing in Polandmembers of their families, if residing in the territory of Poland;
  • foreigners who have been granted a permanent residence permit (settlement permit) or long-term residence permit of the EU;
  • foreigners who in the territory of Poland have been granted a temporary residence permit (residence permit for a fixed period) pursuant to some special circumstances, referred to in Articles: 159 section 1**, or Article 186 section 1 subsections 3 or 4*** of the Act of 12 December 2013 on Foreigners;
  • foreigners who hold refugee status granted by the Republic of Poland;
  • foreigners who have been granted temporary protection in the territory of Poland;
  • foreigners who have been granted subsidiary protection in the territory of Poland;
  • holders of the Polish language C1 level certificate issued by the State Commission for the Certification of Proficiency in Polish as a Foreign Language;
  • holders of the valid Pole's Card;
  • holders of the formal Polish origin acknowledgement;
  • spouses, children and parents of a Polish citizen, if residing in the territory of Poland.
Bachelor Degree Admission Process

Log in to our application system, choose your field of studies and fill in the application form.

Bachelor Degree Admission Process

Scan the following documents (all scans should be in color):

  • original secondary school certificate (check the recognition rules), legalized or bearing an apostille (if applicable);
  • sworn translation of the certificate into Polish;
  • a document confirming that your education entitles you to continue education at the university (bachelor / first level). It is required only if there is no such information on the certificate;
  • certificate confirming your proficient command of English (list of certificates);
  • passport;
  • a document confirming entitlement to study without payment (if applicable);
  • a document confirming a legal stay in Poland, e.g. a visa (if applicable).

Prepare your recent passport photograph see requirements.  

Upload the documents to your application.

Don't forget to click the SUBMIT button!

Bachelor Degree Admission Process
  • Pay the application fee;
  • Upload the payment confirmation into your account
    (in the section 
    where you uploaded all your documents). 

When the payment will be noted on the University's account, your application will be furtherly processed and verified.

Bachelor Degree Admission Process

After positive verification and documentation completion, you will receive an invoice for the first semester fee. When we confirm the transfer, we will issue the admission letter, which can be used for your visa application.  

Bachelor Degree Admission Process

Apply for a visa in a Polish consulate. You can start the process not sooner than three months before your planned arrival in Poland. Remember to take all of your documents to be legalized by a Polish consul. 

Bachelor Degree Admission Process

Come to Poland before the start of the semester. Visit the Admissions Office and bring all of the original documents with you. 

Let us know before your arrival whether you would like to participate in the Orientation Day.

Bachelor Degree Admission Process

Deadline for applying on-line in Dream Apply system: 31st July, 2019

Deadline for submitting original documents in the Admissions Office: 20th September, 2019



To enroll in the study programme in Poland, you must have valid health insurance (a medical travel insurance whose coverage amounts to not less than EUR 30,000, and covering all expenses that may arise in connection with the need to return for medical reasons, a medical emergency, urgent hospitalisation or death, or medical insurance within the meaning of Polish regulations on health care benefits financed out of public funds).

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