Transfer conditions for Ukrainian and foreign students who crossed the border before Feb. 24.
Students from Ukraine who are interested in continuing their studies at Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznań, can apply for transfer from a Ukrainian university.
Transferring is possible to the same (or similar) field of study. The list of majors is available on the AMU website here .
The student should know the language in which the classes in the selected field of study will be conducted (Polish/English) at the B2 level.
The decision on the transfer is made by the Vice-Dean responsible for student affairs at the faculty that offers the major of your choice. You may be obliged to make up the arrears resulting from differences in study programs.
- your letter, addressed to the Dean of the faculty you have chosen, asking to be transferred into a particular study program, year of study and form of study along with your contact details (application)
- a document from your home university stating that you still have the student status with your Transcript of Records attached, along with their translation into Polish done by a sworn-in translator registered in the list of translators by the Ministry of Justice of the Republic of Poland
- your high school diploma, entitling you to apply for admission to degree programs,
- along with its translation into Polish by a sworn-in translator registered in the list of translators by the Ministry of Justice of the Republic of Poland
- copy of your passport
Students who hold a document confirming their eligibility to take up full-time studies in Polish without paying a fee are not charged for full-time studies in Polish.
Students who do not have a document confirming their eligibility to undertake full-time studies in Polish without paying a fee may apply for exemption from tuition fees. The decision will be made based on the student's written application addressed to the Vice-Rector for Student Affairs and Teaching.
In the case of admission to a degree program where a fee is required (full-time studies in a foreign language, part-time studies), students may apply for exemption from the tuition fee. The decision will be made upon the student's written application addressed to the Vice-Rector for Student Affairs and Teaching.
With detailed questions you need to contact AMU Admissions:
ul. H. Wieniawskiego 1
61-712 Poznań room number 25 and 27
tel. +48 61 829 4375
tel. +48 61 829 4059, firstname.lastname@example.org