FIRST CYCLE CIVILIAN STUDIES

First cycle stud­ies (inżynier or licenc­jat degree) are intend­ed for per­sons hold­ing a bac­calau­re­ate cer­tifi­cate or anoth­er doc­u­ment equiv­a­lent to the Pol­ish bac­calau­re­ate cer­tifi­cate, allow­ing them to study in the issu­ing coun­try.

Inżynier stud­ies are con­duct­ed in tech­ni­cal fields of study, last sev­en semes­ters and result in obtain­ing the pro­fes­sion­al title of inżynier.

Stud­ies con­duct­ed in fields of study oth­er than tech­ni­cal, last six semes­ters and shall result in obtain­ing the pro­fes­sion­al title of licenc­jat.

First cycle stud­ies are con­duct­ed in the form of both full-time and part-time stud­ies in the form of week­end meet­ings.

Grad­u­ates of the first-cycle stud­ies (all fields of study) may apply for qual­i­fi­ca­tion for the sec­ond-cycle stud­ies (mag­is­ter stud­ies) pro­vid­ed by MUT or oth­er high­er edu­ca­tion insti­tu­tions.

First degree civil­ian stud­ies are gen­er­al­ly avail­able and with­out any oblig­a­tion to the Min­istry of Nation­al Defence.

Full-time stud­ies are free of charge for Pol­ish cit­i­zens and for­eign­ers study­ing in accor­dance with the rules applic­a­ble to Pol­ish cit­i­zens.

There is a fee for part-time stud­ies.

SECOND CYCLE CIVILIAN STUDIES

Sec­ond cycle stud­ies (mag­is­ter degree) are­ designed for per­sons hold­ing the pro­fes­sion­al title of inżynier, licenc­jat, mag­is­ter inżynier, mag­is­ter or equiv­a­lent obtained in the fields of study:

  • iden­ti­cal to those imple­ment­ed at the MUT,
  • relat­ed to the fields of study car­ried out at the Uni­ver­si­ty.

Sec­ond cycle stud­ies are con­duct­ed in the form of both full-time and part-time stud­ies in the form of week­end meet­ings.

Sec­ond-cycle stud­ies for civil­ians are gen­er­al­ly avail­able, with­out any oblig­a­tion to the Min­istry of Nation­al Defence.

Full-time stud­ies are free of charge for Pol­ish cit­i­zens and for­eign­ers study­ing in accor­dance with the rules applic­a­ble to Pol­ish cit­i­zens.

There is a fee for part-time stud­ies.

Terms of admis­sion for mil­i­tary stud­ies at MUT:

  • Pol­ish cit­i­zen­ship,
  • hold­ing a bac­calau­re­ate cer­tifi­cate or anoth­er doc­u­ment equiv­a­lent to the Pol­ish bac­calau­re­ate cer­tifi­cate, enti­tling the hold­er to study in the issu­ing coun­try,
  • no crim­i­nal record on the basis of a cer­tifi­cate from the Nation­al Crim­i­nal Reg­is­ter,
  • ade­quate phys­i­cal and men­tal fit­ness for pro­fes­sion­al mil­i­tary ser­vice as deter­mined by mil­i­tary med­ical com­mis­sions and mil­i­tary psy­cho­log­i­cal lab­o­ra­to­ries,
  • knowl­edge of the Eng­lish lan­guage at the appro­pri­ate lev­el spec­i­fied in the recruit­ment rules,
  • being at least 18 years of age.

 

Fields of mil­i­tary stud­ies:

  • con­struc­tion
  • chem­istry
  • elec­tron­ics and telecom­mu­ni­ca­tions
  • geo­desy and car­tog­ra­phy
  • com­put­er sci­ence
  • safe­ty engi­neer­ing
  • cryp­tol­ogy and cyber­se­cu­ri­ty
  • logis­tics
  • avi­a­tion and cos­mo­nau­tics
  • mechan­ics and mechan­i­cal engi­neer­ing
  • mecha­tron­ics

A for­eign­er, with­in the mean­ing of the pro­vi­sions of the Pol­ish law, is any per­son who does not have Pol­ish cit­i­zen­ship. Per­sons who hold simul­ta­ne­ous­ly a Pol­ish pass­port (cit­i­zen­ship) and a pass­port of anoth­er coun­try or sev­er­al oth­er coun­tries are treat­ed by law on the ter­ri­to­ry of the Repub­lic of Poland as Pol­ish cit­i­zens.

UNIVERSITY STUDIES AT THE MILITARY UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY IN ALL FIELDS OF STUDY ARE HELD IN THE POLISH LANGUAGE

A for­eign­er may take up and pur­sue stud­ies:

  • on the terms and con­di­tions applic­a­ble to Pol­ish cit­i­zens
  • with­out tak­ing into account the recruit­ment rules applic­a­ble to Pol­ish cit­i­zens

 

  1. Under the rules applic­a­ble to Pol­ish cit­i­zens, the fol­low­ing may take up and pur­sue edu­ca­tion and train­ing:
    • for­eign­ers who have been grant­ed a per­ma­nent res­i­dence per­mit;
    • for­eign­ers hav­ing the refugee sta­tus grant­ed in the Repub­lic of Poland;
    • for­eign­ers enjoy­ing tem­po­rary pro­tec­tion on the ter­ri­to­ry of the Repub­lic of Poland;
    • migrant work­ers who are cit­i­zens of a Mem­ber State of the Euro­pean Union (EU), the Swiss Con­fed­er­a­tion or a Mem­ber State of the Euro­pean Free Trade Agree­ment (EFTA) — par­ties to the Agree­ment on the Euro­pean Eco­nom­ic Area, as well as mem­bers of their fam­i­lies, if they reside on the ter­ri­to­ry of the Repub­lic of Poland;
    • for­eign­ers who have been grant­ed a res­i­dence per­mit for a long-term res­i­dent of the Euro­pean Union on the ter­ri­to­ry of the Repub­lic of Poland;
    • for­eign­ers who were grant­ed a tem­po­rary res­i­dence per­mit on the ter­ri­to­ry of the Repub­lic of Poland in con­nec­tion with the cir­cum­stance referred to in Arti­cle 127, Arti­cle 159(1) or Arti­cle 186(1)(3) or (4) of the Act of 12 Decem­ber 2013 on for­eign­ers (Jour­nal of Laws, item 1650, as amend­ed);
    • for­eign­ers who have been grant­ed sub­sidiary pro­tec­tion on the ter­ri­to­ry of the Repub­lic of Poland;
    • cit­i­zens of the Mem­ber States of the Euro­pean Union, the Mem­ber States of the Euro­pean Free Trade Asso­ci­a­tion (EFTA) — par­ties to the Agree­ment on the Euro­pean Eco­nom­ic Area or the Swiss Con­fed­er­a­tion and their fam­i­ly mem­bers hav­ing the right of per­ma­nent res­i­dence.
  2. For­eign­ers who hold a res­i­dence card with the anno­ta­tion “access to the labour mar­ket” or a Schen­gen visa or a nation­al visa issued for the pur­pose of work­ing on the ter­ri­to­ry of the Repub­lic of Poland may take up and pur­sue high­er edu­ca­tion, doc­tor­al stud­ies and oth­er forms of edu­ca­tion, as well as par­tic­i­pate in sci­en­tif­ic research and devel­op­ment work on a fee basis. These per­sons are not enti­tled to a social grant, a spe­cial grant for dis­abled per­sons and ben­e­fits.
    For­eign­ers referred to in sec­tion 3, sub­sec­tions 1 and 3, who hold a res­i­dence card with the anno­ta­tion “access to the labour mar­ket” or a Schen­gen visa or a nation­al visa issued in order to per­form work on the ter­ri­to­ry of the Repub­lic of Poland, may enrol in and fol­low high­er edu­ca­tion, doc­tor­al stud­ies and oth­er forms of edu­ca­tion, as well as par­tic­i­pate in sci­en­tif­ic research and devel­op­ment works with­out pay­ing a fee. These per­sons are not enti­tled to a social grant, a spe­cial grant for dis­abled per­sons and ben­e­fits.
  3. Oth­er for­eign­ers, sub­ject to point 5, may take up and con­tin­ue edu­ca­tion and train­ing on the basis of:
    • inter­na­tion­al agree­ments, under the con­di­tions laid down in those agree­ments;
    • agree­ments con­clud­ed with for­eign enti­ties by high­er edu­ca­tion insti­tu­tions under the rules laid down in those agree­ments;
    • a deci­sion of the min­is­ter respon­si­ble for high­er edu­ca­tion or the rel­e­vant min­is­ter referred to in Arti­cle 33, sec­tion 2
    • deci­sions of the rec­tor of a high­er edu­ca­tion insti­tu­tion.
  4. For­eign­ers referred to in point 3 may enrol on, and fol­low, edu­ca­tion and train­ing:
    • as schol­ar­ship hold­ers on the Pol­ish side;
    • on a fee-pay­ing basis;
    • with­out pay­ments and schol­ar­ship ben­e­fits;
    • as schol­ar­ship hold­ers of the send­ing par­ty, with­out any tuition fees;
    • as uni­ver­si­ty schol­ar­ship hold­ers.
  5. Nation­als of the Mem­ber States of the Euro­pean Union, 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, hold­ing finan­cial resources nec­es­sary to cov­er the costs of liv­ing dur­ing their stud­ies, may enrol on and fol­low high­er edu­ca­tion, doc­tor­al stud­ies and oth­er forms of edu­ca­tion, as well as par­tic­i­pate in research and devel­op­ment work under the rules applic­a­ble to Pol­ish nation­als, with the pro­vi­so that such per­sons are not enti­tled to a social grant, a spe­cial grant for dis­abled per­sons and ben­e­fits, or under the rules laid down in points 3 and 4.
  6. Hold­ers of a valid Pol­ish Char­ter may take up high­er edu­ca­tion, doc­tor­al stud­ies and oth­er forms of edu­ca­tion, as well as par­tic­i­pate in research and devel­op­ment work under the rules applic­a­ble to Pol­ish cit­i­zens or under the rules set out in points 3 and 4.
ENROLMENT PROCEDURE FOR STUDIES AT THE MILITARY UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY
  1. reg­is­tra­tion in the IRK sys­tem (Inter­net Reg­is­tra­tion of Can­di­dates) — open­ing an account, enter­ing per­son­al data, choice of fields of study. The account cre­ation login is gen­er­at­ed by the Recruit­ment Sec­tion after stat­ing the date of birth (rekrutacja@​wat.​edu.​pl)
  2. pay­ment of the recruit­ment fee to the account gen­er­at­ed in the IRK sys­tem
  3. send­ing the pho­to in elec­tron­ic ver­sion via IRK sys­tem
  4. the sub­mis­sion of the required doc­u­ments with­in the pre­scribed time lim­it
DOCUMENTS REQUIRED FOR UNDERGRADUATE STUDIES
  1. a doc­u­ment con­firm­ing knowl­edge of the Pol­ish lan­guage*
  2. a pho­to­copy of the pass­port or oth­er offi­cial iden­ti­ty doc­u­ment (orig­i­nal avail­able for inspec­tion)
  3. health insur­ance pol­i­cy or a pho­to­copy of the Euro­pean Health Insur­ance Card for a giv­en aca­d­e­m­ic year, unless they are cov­ered by uni­ver­sal health insur­ance with­in the mean­ing of the pro­vi­sions of the Act of 27 August 2004 on health care ser­vices financed from pub­lic funds (Jour­nal of Laws of 2017, item 1938, as amend­ed) or a con­fir­ma­tion that the insur­er cov­ers med­ical costs in the ter­ri­to­ry of the Repub­lic of Poland.
  4. a pho­to­copy of the Pol­ish bac­calau­re­ate cer­tifi­cate or a legalised/ apos­tille-bear­ing for­eign cer­tifi­cate or anoth­er doc­u­ment obtained abroad, enti­tling to apply for admis­sion to stud­ies in the coun­try where it was issued
  5. trans­la­tion of the bac­calau­re­ate cer­tifi­cate into Pol­ish by a sworn trans­la­tor entered in the list of trans­la­tors by the Min­istry of Jus­tice
  6. pho­to­copy of the Pol­ish Char­ter (orig­i­nal avail­able for inspec­tion)
DOCUMENTS REQUIRED FOR GRADUATE STUDIES
  1. a doc­u­ment con­firm­ing knowl­edge of the Pol­ish lan­guage*
  2. a pho­to­copy of the pass­port or oth­er offi­cial iden­ti­ty doc­u­ment (orig­i­nal avail­able for inspec­tion)
  3. health insur­ance pol­i­cy or a pho­to­copy of the Euro­pean Health Insur­ance Card for a giv­en aca­d­e­m­ic year, unless they are cov­ered by uni­ver­sal health insur­ance with­in the mean­ing of the pro­vi­sions of the Act of 27 August 2004 on health care ser­vices financed from pub­lic funds (Jour­nal of Laws of 2017, item 1938, as amend­ed) or a con­fir­ma­tion that the insur­er cov­ers med­ical costs in the ter­ri­to­ry of the Repub­lic of Poland.
  4. a pho­to­copy of the Pol­ish diplo­ma and sup­ple­ment or a legalised/ apos­tille-bear­ing for­eign diplo­ma or oth­er doc­u­ment of grad­u­a­tion from a high­er edu­ca­tion insti­tu­tion abroad, enti­tling one to apply for admis­sion to grad­u­ate stud­ies in the coun­try in which it was issued.
  5. trans­la­tion of the diplo­ma into Pol­ish by a sworn trans­la­tor entered in the list of trans­la­tors by the Min­istry of Jus­tice
  6. pho­to­copy of the Pol­ish Char­ter (orig­i­nal avail­able for inspec­tion)

For­eign­ers may be admit­ted to stud­ies con­duct­ed in the Pol­ish lan­guage, if they:

  • have com­plet­ed a prepara­to­ry course for under­tak­ing stud­ies in Pol­ish in units des­ig­nat­ed by the min­is­ter respon­si­ble for high­er edu­ca­tion, or
  • hold a cer­tifi­cate of pro­fi­cien­cy in Pol­ish con­firm­ing knowl­edge of Pol­ish lan­guage at least at the lev­el of B1, issued by the State Com­mis­sion for the Cer­ti­fi­ca­tion of Pro­fi­cien­cy in Pol­ish as a For­eign Lan­guage, or
  • obtain con­fir­ma­tion in the recruit­ment process from the host uni­ver­si­ty that their prepa­ra­tion and the lev­el of knowl­edge of the Pol­ish lan­guage allow them to under­take stud­ies in Pol­ish, or
  • have a bac­calau­re­ate cer­tifi­cate issued by the Pol­ish edu­ca­tion­al sys­tem, or grad­u­at­ed from a sec­ondary school abroad, where class­es were taught in Pol­ish.

All doc­u­ments nec­es­sary for the recruit­ment process must be pre­sent­ed in Pol­ish.
In the case of doc­u­ments in a for­eign lan­guage, a sworn trans­la­tion into Pol­ish pre­pared by a sworn trans­la­tor entered in the list of sworn trans­la­tors of the Min­istry of Jus­tice of the Repub­lic of Poland is required.

Doc­u­ments enti­tling to take up or con­tin­ue stud­ies should have an apos­tille seal or legal­iza­tion.

The results obtained by the can­di­date in the sub­jects tak­en into con­sid­er­a­tion in the recruit­ment pro­ce­dure shall be cal­cu­lat­ed and entered into the IRK sys­tem by the Uni­ver­si­ty on the basis of the pre­sent­ed doc­u­ments.

Fees for full-time and part-time stud­ies for for­eign­ers com­menc­ing edu­ca­tion and train­ing on a fee-based basis in the aca­d­e­m­ic year 2018/2019
First and sec­ond cycle stud­ies – EUR 1,500 per semes­ter.

The fees are to be paid in PLN at the exchange rate of the Nation­al Bank of Poland (NBP) on the day of pay­ment.

INFORMATION FOR FOREIGNERS

Infor­ma­tion for for­eign­ers who want to take up stud­ies in Eng­lish at the Mil­i­tary Uni­ver­si­ty of Tech­nol­o­gy con­cern­ing the con­fir­ma­tion of their knowl­edge of a for­eign lan­guage in accor­dance with the applic­a­ble pro­vi­sions of law.

REGULATION OF THE MINISTER OF SCIENCE AND HIGHER EDUCATION of 5 June 2018 on the under­tak­ing of stud­ies and train­ing by for­eign­ers and their par­tic­i­pa­tion in sci­en­tif­ic research and devel­op­ment works

For­eign­ers may be admit­ted to stud­ies referred to in § 1, sec­tion 1, sub­sec­tions 1 – 3, pro­vid­ed in a for­eign lan­guage, pro­vid­ed that they:

  1. hold a doc­u­ment con­firm­ing knowl­edge of the for­eign lan­guage in which the stud­ies will be con­duct­ed, as defined in the reg­u­la­tions issued on the basis of Arti­cle 47 of the Act of 21 Novem­ber 2008 on the Civ­il Ser­vice (Jour­nal of Laws of 2017, item 1889 and 2203, and of 2018, item 106), or
  2. hold a cer­tifi­cate, diplo­ma or oth­er doc­u­ment con­firm­ing grad­u­a­tion from a sec­ondary school abroad, in which class­es were con­duct­ed in the same for­eign lan­guage in which the stud­ies will be con­duct­ed, or
  3. obtain con­fir­ma­tion from the host high­er edu­ca­tion insti­tu­tion dur­ing the enrol­ment process that their prepa­ra­tion and the lev­el of knowl­edge of a for­eign lan­guage enable them to under­take stud­ies in that lan­guage.

To take up stud­ies in Eng­lish at Mil­i­tary Uni­ver­si­ty of Tech­nol­o­gy is pos­si­ble in indi­vid­ual agree­ment.

INFORMATION ABOUT THE CAMPUS

The fol­low­ing are locat­ed on the cam­pus of the Mil­i­tary Uni­ver­si­ty of Tech­nol­o­gy:

  • sports facil­i­ties – sta­di­um, swim­ming pool, sports halls, gyms, ten­nis courts, play­grounds, obsta­cle course,
  • library,
  • health clin­ic,
  • post office,
  • 2 dor­mi­to­ries for civil­ian stu­dents,
  • 5 dor­mi­to­ries for mil­i­tary stu­dents,
  • assis­tant hotel,
  • 3 can­teens,
  • bars,
  • shops,
  • ATMs,
  • park­ing lots,
  • pub­lic trans­port stops — bus and tram stops.