International Relations Office

Study in Polish

Please note that there is an ongoing change of regulations at the University of Lodz (due to the reform of state Law on Higher Education and Science, in force since 1 October 2018) and there may be some amendments to admission rules in 2019.

If you wish to study at the University of Lodz in Polish, please see the available fields of study in Polish.

There are 3 ways to study at the University:

1. On the same terms as Polish citizens – those are UE members, with Karta Polaka and others (read more about the terms);

2. As Polish government scholarship holders, as the free-from-fee holders of scholarship from their country of origin and as the holders of scholarship from an educational institution or a natural or legal person;

3. As individuals on a fee-paying basis.

All of the candidates are required to contact the International Students Office to make sure they follow the right procedure. Each of the groups have a different admission procedure (read more).

Knowledge of Polish language should be proven with:

1) a certificate issued by the State Commission for the Certification of Proficiency in Polish as a Foreign Language (Państwowa Komisja Poświadczania Znajomości Języka Polskiego jako Obcego)

2) a completion of a one-year preparatory course at one of the schools certified by the Ministry of Science and Higher Education (Ministerstwo Nauki i Szkolnictwa Wyższego), for example The School of Polish for Foreigners at the University of Lodz

or

3) other certificate accepted by the University.


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