To fill out the application form you will need:
- the passport
- high school certificate (in case you already have it)
- photograph in electronic form (requirements for a photo, as for documents). This photo will be on your student ID card
Attention! All data must be carefully filled in from the passport (it is important for your visa documents). All other fields (for example, address of residence, name of the school) must be filled in English.
Application form is–> here
For applicants over 18 (age of majority)
If you are over 18 years old, you may sign your application documents online. After registration, go to the section ”My documents’ ‘, find the button “Sign up your documents online”. Click on this button so the system will automatically generate the documents necessary for admission and show you further instructions.
For applicants under 18 (age of minority)
If you are under 18 years old, you will have to sign your application documents in a traditional way. After registration, the system will automatically generate the necessary admission documents.
Go to the section “My documents” find the button „Download the documents”
Print out your application documents and sign them in a proper way. A proper signature means (name, surname in Latin letters, as in the passport and signature). Remember that 2 copies of agreement and 2 copies of agreement on terms of payment for the studies must be signed on each page together with your parents/parents.
- the oath
- 2 agreements
- 2 agreement on terms of payment for the studies
If you are under 18 years old, then additional statement of a parent/legal guardian must be filled out and signed by your parents / parent/ legal guardian.
Signed application documents should be:
- Sent in good quality scans – you must first send scans to firstname.lastname@example.org for verification
- Brought in person (in case you stay in Poland) – to the International Student Coordinator office R.006 (on the first floor in Rotunda) Please arrange a meeting before you come.
Collegium Da Vinci
ul. Kutrzeby 10, 61-719 Poznań
Office R.006 Admissions Office
*Until July 12, the registration fee is 0 EUR. To take advantage of this discount, you need to register before July 12, send a complete set of application documents to the coordinator and complete all additional requirements. requirements (e.g. pass a language exam)
The registration fee must be paid to:
BZ WBK S.A Ul. Gen. Wl. Sikorskiego 2-8, 53-569 Wrocław
Account number: PL 02 1090 1476 0000 0001 3627 5750
Amount: EUR 20*
Purpose of payment: name, surname and name of the faculty
Payment confirmation must be sent to the coordinator at email@example.com
* After July 12, the registration fee is 20 EUR.
If you already have your high school certificate:
send a scan of your high school certificate or relevant document obtained abroad, which authorizes you to apply for enrolment at a higher learning institution to the Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org. This must be in line with Polish regulations on the recognition of foreign school certificates.
*Please remember to send all the parts of your documents including transcript of records, examination results, etc.
Remember that you have to legalize your educational documents.
- apostille stamp for certificates issued in the countries form the list (dodac link) https://www.hcch.net/en/instruments/conventions/status-table/?cid=41
- full legalization including a stamp of the Polish Embassy, for the rest of the countries.
Please consult the Coordinator to know the details.
Please remember to translate your high school certificate if it is in any other languages than Polish, Ukrainian, English or Russian. Your educational documents must be translated into Polish by a sworn translator.
In some cases a Coordinator may ask you to provide an eligibility statement. This statement is a formal proof that your currently provided education documentation, allows you to continue higher education in the educational system in which it was issued.
It can be issued by your high school, the Ministry of Education of the country or by the Polish Embassy from the country which issued your certificate.
a) graduated from Ukraine, it is enough for you to send a scan of the high school certificate and transcript of records;
b) graduated from Belarus, you need to make an apostille for a high school certificate;
c) graduated from Poland, it is enough for you to have świadectwo maturalne. It does not need to be legalized;
d) graduated from Turkey, you need to make an apostille for a high school certificate and transcript of records; your documents have to be translated into Polish or English by a sworn translator.
e) graduates from other countries have to contact the Coordinator email@example.com to know the details.
The minimum required level of language proficiency for admission is B1- Intermediate.
You language proficiency can be confirmed in 2 options:
Option 1: International English language certificate
This can be a standart recognized language certificate e.g. EILTS, TOEFL, Cambridge, etc
Option 2: English proficiency examination, consisting of two parts: written test and oral communication.
The exam takes place online and consists of two stages:
- written test, 40 minutes long (online, on the ZOOM platform with the camera turned on);
- oral interview, lasting about 15 minutes (online, on the ZOOM platform).
The date of the exam is assigned to you by the Coordinator, after registration and filling in the data on the site.
You will receive an invitation to the exam to the e-mail address that you specified during registration. The results of the interview will be known within three working days.
After all the required documents are positively verified, the status of your application will be “accepted”
International Student Coordinator will send you an email with further instructions.
After the tuition fee payment is done and receipt is sent, the Coordinator will transfer you a proper set of documents that confirm your acceptance and may be used for visa purposes.
Please remember to obtain your insurance policy that will cover medical treatment costs incurred in the event of illness or accident while studying in Poland or an European Health Insurance Card. This document is important for your safe stay in Poland.
Dormitory Polonez Student Depot
CDV offers student dormitory Polonez Student Depot that is only 5 mins walk from the university.
Applicants with “place reservation” status receive an email from International Student Coordinator with booking details.
Recognition of your educational documents
Important! Once you come to Poland start the process of recognition of your certificate acquired with foreign education documents. Bring the decision of recognition to your coordinator not later than the end of the first study semester. The recognition of the high school certificate takes place in Kuratorium Oswiaty in Poznan.
ul. Kościuszki 93, 61-716 Poznań
tel. (61) 854 17 26, fax (61) 852 31 69
For the purpose of recognition, the student has to bring documents translated into Polish by a certified/sworn translator.
Legal guardian for a minor
Remember that for minors living in Poland without parents, it is very important to get a legal guardian.
You gain your student status when the academic year begins. All the information concerning the class schedule, timetable, and fees will be available to you on the Wirtualna Uczelnia (Virtual University) website for students not earlier than 2 weeks before your classes.
Your ID student card will be given to you on the Zero meeting in October. Please come to the first meeting stated in your schedule and you Deanery Coordinator will give it to you.
Please remember that once you arrive in Poznan, you have to inform the Deanery Coordinator about your current residence address. This is an important source of communication with Deanary`s Office. Please send you new contact details on firstname.lastname@example.org
Feel free to contact us!
Do you have any questions?
Please contact Admissions Office
+ 48 697 691 256
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