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Welcome to the webpage for International Exchange Students! This page contains link to the informations that will help you to prepare to your study period and adventure at the Kozminski University. In case of any questions, we are ready to assist you.
1. online application form at:
choose the Exchange program
Please fill it in, print, sign, scan, and send to firstname.lastname@example.org
2. copy of the ID/passport
3. copy of the medical insurance (in case of EU citizen - please submit European Health Insurance Card)
4. 1 passport size picture in JPG file. Please send it to the email email@example.com or upload it to the online form.
5. transcript of students records
6. copy of the Certificate of English B2 (or FCE, LCCE 2) unless the student studies at the English track or English is a native language
Please note that the Kozminski University transcript will be mailed to the home university within two months after the end of the exchange program. In case a student was nominated for a full year, the transcripts will be sent once the exchange is finished.
Excellent, outstanding performance with minor errors.
Very good, above average standard but with some errors.
Good: generally sound works with number of notable errors.
Satisfactory plus: fair, but with number significant shortcomings.
Sufficient: performance meets minimum criteria.
Fail: some more work required before credit can be awarded.
Fail: considerable further work is required.
passed : not used in the computation of GPA
Course outlines/syllabi are available on ikozminski.edu.pl. You will choose courses online in our system 2 weeks before the semester starts. The information about the enrollment dates will be provided by the Incoming Students Coordinator.
Learning Agreement has to be submitted not later than 2 weeks after the semester starts.
Polish language is avaliable for all incoming exchange students. The registration will be made online few weeks before the semester starts.
What teaching methods are used? : Lecture and workshops
Workload?: Usually 30 ECTS per semester; it all depends on the decision of your Home Institution
What is the grading system used?: ECTS
When is the exam session?: The exam session for Fall semester is scheduled for the second part of January; for Spring semester in the middle June. Fall Retake session is scheduled for February; Spring retake sesssion for first two weeks of September.
Is there Early Examination Session available?: It is not scheduled. It has to be discussed individually.
Does the University have a dormitory?: No, we do not offer in-campus accommodation. Incoming Exchange student usually rent flats in the city center.
Do you offer Orientation Session?: Yes, Erasmus Student Network along with the International Students Advisor organize Orientation Week few days before the classes start.
Please make sure you are insured before coming to Poland. UE citizens are required to have valid European Health Insurance Card. Those of you who come from outside of the EU are required to buy proper insurance. The school does not provide students with health insurance.
The University assists foreign students in their housing needs however we cannot offer spots in any dormitory. Apartments and rooms are usually rented in Warsaw through a network of agencies specializing in short term furnished accommodation or through agreements with individual landlords. Rental fees range from approximately 350 to 500 € per month, depending on location, size, standards etc. A returnable deposit for your accommodation (1 to 2 months’ rent) + a month's rent in advance is expected at the moment of signing the contract with the landlord.
We suggest to check the following links:
Easy Rent www.easyrenting.pl
We're agency cooperating with International students coming to Warsaw for Exchange programs. Our mission is to find the best accommodation for young people. In Warsaw we have over 150 flats and apartments ready to rent and we increase this number all the time! Our flats are fully prepared and equipped ESPECIALLY FOR ERAMUS with possibility to rent for one semester too!
Uniplaces click here
Studentliving - Student halls in Poland click here
Pepe Housing was created as a response to a high demand for quality student housing in Poland. Our team has been living in multiple countries and has experienced all possible problems related to accommodation hunting abroad. As a result we understand the needs and qualities you are looking for.
We are you trusted partner in the process of searching for quality accommodation in convenient locations in Warsaw. Pepe Housing carefully chose the landlords and make sure that all the flats and rooms are equipped with basic furniture and all necessary items. We make sure that your arrival to Poland is stressless and safe.
Our team is happy to answer all the question you may have and assist in finding an appropriate accommodation in Poland.
Home Broker firstname.lastname@example.org
Community Hostel click here
Eurasmus.com www.eurasmus.com offers a free platform in which exchange students can find and book accommodation across all the major cities in Europe and apply for internships abroad. It also provides key information about the city in which you will study. The interactive accommodation portal allows you to book a student room using a secure payment system with landlord verification, customer reviews and guaranteed refunds.
1Home - “Your First Home Away From Home” - offers comfortable and high-quality accommodation for university students across Poland and the Baltics (Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania). All the apartments follow Scandinavian standard and quality, are fully renovated and offer a comfortable & cozy living experience
Contact person: Kristjan Keres email@example.com , Skype @kristjankeres, Facebook @kristjankeres
P & O Apartments www.pandoapartments.com.pl
Hoog Nieruchomosci www.hoog.com.pl
Find also our ESN Kozminski group on Facebook, www.facebook.com/#!/groups/esn.kozminski and search for the flat through FB.
Kozminski University will provide also some offers prior your arrival.