Terms of admission
International students at the Maria Curie-Sklodowska University enrolled in full-time degree study programmes taught in English are subject to tuition fees , unless specified otherwise (please check the chosen study program description )
The following persons are not charged tuition fees for full-time degree studies taught in Polish or when the Faculty offers free places :
- citizens of the European Union (EU), Swiss Confederation or the European Free Trade Association states (EFTA) – signatories of the European Economic Area Agreement, as well as their family members, if residing in the territory of the Republic of Poland;
- foreigners who have been granted a permanent residence permit or a long-term EU residence permit ;
- foreigners who in the territory of Poland have been granted a temporary residence permit (residence permit for a fixed period) due to circumstances referred to in referred to in Articles: 159 (1), or Article 186 (1) subsections 3 or 4 of the Act of 12 December 2013 on Foreigners;
- foreigners with a refugee status granted by the Republic of Poland and foreigners who have been granted a temporary protection or a subsidiary protection in the territory of Poland;
- holders of the C1 level certificate in Polish language issued by the State Commission for the Certification of Proficiency in Polish as a Foreign Language
- holders of a valid Pole’s Card (Karta Polaka) or the administrative decision on the Polish origin
- spouses, children and parents of a Polish citizen, if residing in the territory of Poland.
Please note: International students not mentioned in points 2-7 are not eligible to receive a need-based financial aid or a student loan.
Foreign students may be granted a waiver of tuition fees pursuant to terms laid down in the agreement between universities or international agreement. Foreigners can also receive the waiver of tuition fees under: