„Foreigners can undertake and receive training:
1) as scholarship holders of the Polish side;
2) on a fee basis;
3) without payment and scholarship benefits;
4) as the scholarship holder of the sending party, without tuition fees;
5) as scholarship holders of the university. „
Candidates for Polish scholarship holders are reported in accordance with the provisions of international agreements, by Polish or foreign diplomatic missions or institutions of the country responsible for conducting academic exchange with foreign countries. Persons of Polish descent, applying for fellowships of the Polish Party, apply to the Polish consular post appropriate to their place of residence.
The Government of the Republic of Poland’s scholarship is designed especially for people of Polish descent. The scholarship holder does not pay tuition fees and receives a scholarship. A Polish Government scholarship is required to be applied for by the Polish diplomatic representations or consulates, or by foreign institutions authorized in that country in the country of nationality. Applications from foreigners who wish to receive a scholarship are forwarded to the Office for Recognition of Education and International Exchange. The office directs the candidate to the university by sending a referral to the UW. If the candidate was enrolled as a scholarship holder but the scholarship was awarded only for one year and not for the whole period of study – he can apply to the BUWiWM for its extension in subsequent years. This application should be submitted through the University of Warsaw. The Polish Government grants a scholarship and a free scholarship. Detailed information on the Polish Government Scholarship is provided by the Office for Academic Recognition and International Exchange.
The Office for Recognition of Education and International Exchange also deals with the receipt and processing of applications for scholarships under the Scholarship Program. Stefan Banach and the Scholarship Program. Ignacy Łukasiewicz.
Scholarship Program for them. Stefan Banach is a joint scholarship initiative of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Ministry of Science and Higher Education within the framework of Polish development assistance. The objective of the program is to support the socio-economic development of the Eastern Partnership countries by raising the level of education and professional qualifications of their citizens. In addition, participation in the program provides participants with an opportunity to learn Polish culture and language. It gives you the opportunity to get acquainted with Polish students and academic staff of Polish universities. Offer of the Scholarship Scheme to them. Stefan Banach is addressed to the citizens of the Eastern Partnership countries of the EU (Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova, Ukraine). The program offers scholarships for free third-level studies (under conditions for foreigners) conducted in public universities supervised by the minister responsible for higher education and a scholarship from which the costs of accommodation and subsistence are paid (the amount of the scholarship is 1 350 PLN. monthly).
Scholarship Program for them. Ignacy Łukasiewicz is a joint fellowship initiative of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Ministry of Science and Higher Education within the framework of Polish development assistance. Under the scholarship, scholarships are offered for free third-level studies conducted at public universities supervised by the minister responsible for higher education. The amount of the scholarship from which the accommodation and subsistence costs are paid is 1 350 PLN per month. The scholarship offer is addressed specifically to citizens of the following countries: Angola Ethiopia Indonesia Kenya Mexico Mexico Mongolian Mongolia Mozambique Nigerian Palestine South Africa Senegal Tanzania and Vietnam.
The amount of fees for doctoral studies is determined by the Rector of the university. At the reasoned request of a foreigner, the Rector may reduce the fee or release it completely. Education at studios taught in English or other languages is free of charge. „Regulation No. 31 of the Rector of the University of Warsaw on March 29, 2017 on the amount of fees for educational services at doctoral studies in the academic year 2017/2018”, sets the fees for foreigners.
Foreigners admitted on terms without payment and without scholarships are admitted under intergovernmental agreements or assistance programs offered to certain countries by the Polish government.
Foreigners admitted as scholarship holders of the sending party without paying fees for study (government of another country) are scholarships that are granted to foreigners undertaking education on the basis of international agreements, by the minister or institutions of the country responsible for conducting academic exchange abroad.
Foreigners who are interested in pursuing doctoral studies in Poland may directly apply to a higher school of their choice.