English Language Requirements
If you are genuinely interested in International Relations or Political Science and you are convinced that you are a well-qualified candidate, there are two really important elements of the admissions package that you have to get before becoming a student at our university: a proof of English proficiency and a legalization of your diploma (or an apostille) together with a certificate stating that you are entitled to study at a university/college.
The legalization or the apostille together with the certificate are necessary to have your diploma nostrified (recognized) in Poland or to have it exempt from nostrification (in the case of Higher Education Diplomas).
Important additional requirements for non-Polish citizens stemming from the legal regulations concerning recognition of school certificates and diplomas from institutions of higher education:
a) Only diplomas issued in Polish or English can be considered. Diplomas issued in other languages have to be translated into Polish or English by an official translator or by the Polish Embassy or Consulate.
b) While in Poland, international students will be required to nostrify their diplomas in a local educational council unless they come from the countries with which Poland has special recognition agreements
No work experience is required.
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