Candidates should check their qualification path before applying. To learn more about the qualification paths (including step by step procedure, list of the required documents, application and tuition fees and deadlines) please read the information below or follow the links:
To inquire about more specific conditions concerning the paths please contact the Office of International Education.
There are three possible qualification paths for candidates who would like to study in English at Lublin University of Technology:
• Path 1 – candidates of foreign citizenship to study on the same conditions as citizens of Poland
Several groups of candidates have to pursue higher education in compliance with the rules applicable to Polish nationals e.g.:
1) non-nationals who have been granted a residence permit,
2) non-nationals who hold refugee status as granted by the Republic of Poland,
3) non-nationals who have been granted temporary protection in the territory of the Republic of Poland.
4) non-nationals who in the territory of the Republic of Poland have been granted a European Community long-term residence permit.
Information on all the groups of candidates who have to pursue education in compliance with the rules applicable to Polish nationals is available here.
In order to learn more on the admission procedure for candidates of foreign citizenship to study on the same conditions as citizens of Poland, applicants should follow the link or contact Office of International Education.
• Path 2 – candidates of foreign citizenship to study on different conditions as citizens of Poland
Candidates who are not listed in path 1 may pursue higher education on the basis of:
1) decisions of the rector,
2) international agreements,
3) agreements concluded between higher education institutions and foreign entities,
4) decisions of the minister competent for higher education,
1) on a tuition fee-paying basis,
2) as holders of Polish scholarships,
3) free of tuition fees and with no scholarship entitlement;
4) as holders of scholarships awarded by the sending partner, and free of tuition fees;
5) as holders of scholarships awarded by higher education institutions.
Information for the candidates who undertake the studies on the basis of the rector’s decision on a tuition fee-paying basis is available here. Other candidates should contact the Office of International Education.
In addition, there are two groups of candidates have the right to choose one of the qualification paths mentioned above:
1) Holders of a valid Card of the Pole (Karta Polaka)
2) Nationals of the Member States of the European Union, of the Swiss Confederation, or the member states of the European Free Trade Association (EFTA) – parties to the Agreement on the European Economic Area – and members of their families who have funds necessary to cover their subsistence costs during a period of study. The candidates mentioned above may pursue higher education in compliance with the rules applicable to Polish nationals, yet with no entitlement to a maintenance grant, special grant for disabled persons and assistance grants.
• Path 3 – citizens of Poland
In order to learn more on the admission procedure for citizens of Poland and Polish citizens who also hold a citizenship of another country candidates should follow the link or contact email@example.com