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Candidates

ADMISSION JOURNEY STEP BY STEP

STEP 1

Fill in the electronic application form available at:  https://recruitment.wscs.eu/   
Send REQUIRED DOCUMENTS to international@wwsi.edu.pl

STEP 2

Wait for a pre-acceptance letter (sent by e-mail)

STEP 3

Pay admission fee of 300 EUR and send the payment confirmation to international@wwsi.edu.pl

STEP 4

Wait for the formal letter of admission and tuition fees contract

STEP 5

Apply for a visa (if applicable) and make arrangements to travel to Poland

STEP 6

Obtain a legalization/apostille of your diploma at the Polish Consulate in the country where the diploma was issued.

STEP 7

Submit all required documents in person to the International Students Office

STEP 8

Pay the first installment of the tuition fees


REQUIRED DOCUMENTS

  1. Bachelor’s/Master’s Diploma or the official duplicate with a full list of grades obtained during the course of study which entitles the candidate to continue university-level study in the country where the diploma was issued.
  2. Medical fitness certificate stating there are no objections to undertake studies by the candidate (if the certificate is issued in a language different than English – translation made by a sworn translator into Polish language is needed).
  3. Health insurance for the period of study.
  4. Four passport-sized photos with the full name signed at the back.
  5. Confirmation of admission fee payment.
  6.  Legalization of the Bachelor’s/Master’s diploma or an apostille made at the Polish Consulate in the country where the diploma was issued. Apostille is required instead of legalization when the issuing country is not member of the Hague Convention of 5th October 1961 (for a list of countries please visit: http://www.msz.gov.pl/en/travel_to_poland/apostille/apostille
  7. A certificate of English language knowledge (equivalent to level B2), in case the Bachelor or Master course was done in English, no certificate is needed.
  8. A copy of visa or residence permit and copy of passport page with the photo.
  9. A translation into Polish of any of the above documents if they are not translated into English. The translations should be made by a sworn translator (a list of sworn translators is available at the following official website of the Ministry of Justice: http://ms.gov.pl/en/about-the-ministry-of-justice/ or a sworn translator registered in any of the EU, EFTA or OECD country, or a Polish consul in the country which issued the documents.


TUITION FEES

Candidates who wish to enroll on our two-years Master degree study in English, should consider statutory fees:

  • Admission fee of 300 EUR paid within two weeks of receiving  a pre-acceptance letter
  • Student accident insurance premium of 10 EUR (in case a Candidate already has one he/she needs to show it in the International Students Office)
  • Tuition fees for the period of study to be paid in four installments of 1800 EUR each as in the table below


SCHEDULE OF TUITION FEES PAYMENTS

THE YEAR OF STUDY INSTALMENTS PRICE PAYMENT DEADLINES
Tuition fees Year One I. 1800 EUR until 10th September, 2016
II. 1800 EUR until 10th January, 2017
Tuition fees Year Two I. 1800 EUR until 10th September, 2017
II. 1800 EUR until 10th January, 2018
Admission fee I. 300 EUR within two weeks from pre-acceptance letter

All fees should be paid in EURO to the following bank account:
Account holder's name: Warsaw School of Computer Science
Account holder's address: ul. Lewartowskiego 17, 00-169 Warsaw
Name of the bank: Bank PEKAO S.A. IV Branch in Warsaw
Address of the bank: ul. Grójecka 1/3, 02-019 Warsaw
Account's number: PL94 1240 1053 1978 0010 3861 2801
SWIFT No.: PKOPPLPW

Important:

When making the transfer, please write your full name and give a full description of the payment order e.g.:

Will Smith/IT-PMP/Admission fee/300 EUR

IT-PMP – for IT Project Management Program

* If visa procedure fails, the University returns the Admission fee/Tuition fees to the applicant's account (at his written request). In case a student does not undertake studies at WSCS  the University does not return the fees paid by the student. At the same time the University is obliged to inform the Polish Embassy and the Polish Border Guard about such a case.


SCHOLARSHIPS

There is a number of scholarships available within the bilateral agreements between countries. For more information please visit the website of Bureau for Academic Recognition and International Exchange  (BUWiWM): www.buwiwm.edu.pl You can also check with your local authorities if they offer a scholarship programme that includes studies in Poland.


KNOWLEDGE OF ENGLISH

We require our prospective students to present a valid certificate confirming the knowledge of English language at least on level B2 from the following institutions/examination boards:

International English Language Testing System (Academic) IELTS – at least 6 points.

First Certificate in English (FCE)

Certificate in Advanced English (CAE)

Certificate of Proficiency in English (CPE)

Business English Certificate (BEC) Vantage – at least Pass

Business English Certificate (BEC) Higher

Certificate in English for International Business and Trade (CEIBT)

Educational Testing Service (ETS)

City & Guilds, City & Guilds Pitman Qualifications, Pitman Qualifications Institute

Edexcel, Pearson Language Tests, Pearson Language Assessments (PTE)

Education Development International (EDI), London Chamber of Commerce and Industry Examinations Board

Certificates telc GmbH, WBT Weiterbildungs-Testsysteme GmbH


Education is at the heart of achieving your dreams

Patrice Motsepe