Scholarships – Collegium Da Vinci Poznań

Conditions of grant awards (Article 98 (1) of the Law on Higher Education and Science Act).

 Article 324 (2) No 2-7 states foreigners who can apply for a grant. These are:

  • foreigners who have been granted a permanent residence permit or a long-term resident of the European Union;
  • foreigners who have been granted a temporary residence permit in connection with the circumstances referred to in art. 159 (1) or art. 186 (1) No 3, 4 of the Act of December 12, 2013 on Foreigners (Journal of Laws of 2017, items 2206 and 2282 and of 2018 items 107, 138 and 771);
  • foreigners who have refugee status granted in the Republic of Poland or have temporary protection or subsidiary protection on the territory of the Republic of Poland;
  • foreigners – holders of a certificate confirming knowledge of Polish as a foreign language, referred to in art. 11a No 2 of the Act of October 7, 1999 on the Polish Language (Journal of Laws of 2018, item 931), at least on the language proficiency level C1;
  • holders of the Pole’s Card or a person who has been issued a decision regarding the determination of the Polish origin;
  • foreigners being spouses, ascendants or descendants of citizens of the Republic of Poland, living on the territory of the Republic of Poland.

Remaining benefits

Foreign students are also entitled to apply for the remaining benefits of material support, i.e.

Rector’s Scholarship

Scholarship for the disabled

Allowance

Scholarship funded by a local government unit

Sholarship for academic or sports results financed by a natural or a legal person that is not a state or local government legal entity

Minister’s scholarship

With all questions students should contact e-mail address: stypendium@cdv.pl

Important information

  • The basis for accepting documents (attachments to the application) of the foreign student is translation of these documents into Polish by a sworn translator (only sworn translation can be submitted). Despite translation there must the conversion of income into Polish zlotys.
  • Rector’s scholarship is awarded to no more than 10% of students in a given course. If the number of students is less than 10, the rector’s scholarship may be awarded to one student.
  • Important to note: a person who already possess a degree (Bachelor`s degree or Master`s degree) and obtains the same degree (Bachelor`s degree or Master`s degree) at Collegium Da Vinci is not able to apply for a scholarship.
  • An application for an allowance can be submitted twice during the academic year.