1st step: Choose a program
2nd step: Fill in the application form on-line (click here) (If you have any problem with the application form, please don’t hesitate to contact us at the email address indicated below).
3rd step: Pay the enrolment fee in order to complete the submission of your application.
4th step: Submit all the required documents
Remember that your application will be considered only when you submit all documents so please contact us immediately in case of any problems or doubts concerning this step that you might have. We will contact each candidate as soon as we receive his application.
5th step: Pay the tuition fee for one semester or academic year (two semesters) in advance.
In case of visa refusal the tuition fee is fully refundable.
Name of Beneficiary: Wyższa Szkoła Przedsiębiorczości i Administracji w Lublinie
Beneficiary’s Bank: ING Bank Śląski
Beneficiary’s Bank Address: ul. Sokolska 34, 40-086 Katowice
Beneficiary’s Account No: PL86 1050 1953 1000 0090 3066 7001
BIC/ROUTING NO: INGBPLPW
Swift Code: INGBPLPW
6th step: Fill in the English language test on the WSPA language testing platform.
7th step: Wait for the acceptance letter that will be sent to you by email.
According to academic calendar students are admitted to the University College of Enterprise and Administration at the beginning of winter and summer semesters, however applications are accepted on a regular basis throughout the year. We encourage you to apply for admission before the beginning of each semester.
The applicant to study at WSPA is obliged to deliver, by registered letter, by a courier service or by hand, a complete set of the following documents:
Candidates applying for a graduate program in Sociology shall submit also an original or a certified copy of the undergraduate diploma, with a certified translation into Polish/English.
In addition, within 30 days of admission, the successful applicant has to present an insurance policy against illness or personal accidents for the entire period of study in Poland, or a European Health Insurance Card, or sign an insurance agreement with the National Health Fund.