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  • Tuition Fee:
  • Local: n/a
  • Foreign: $ 5.21k / 1 year
  • Languages of instruction:
  • English
  • Deadline:
  • 1 七月
  • StudyQA ranking:
  • 1433pts.
  • Duration:
  • 5 years

    Courses in the Faculty of Psychology are assigned credits in accordance with the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS) as proposed by the European Union. According to this system, credits represent a universal measure of workload that is required for all students completing a degree. The basic principle behind this system is that one academic year of full-time courses at a given institution is equivalent to 60 credits. Each institution is guided by this principle when assigning credits to particular courses. At the Warsaw University Faculty of Psychology, credits are assigned to obligatory courses by the Faculty Council, and credits are assigned to electives by the instructor/WISP Program Board depending on evaluation method and workload.
    A minimum of 300 credits must be earned during the 5-year course of study. There is no theoretical limit to the number of courses a student may take. Limits on participation in a particular course may depend on logistical (space, technical) constraints or instructor's preferences

    • Basic Psychological Skills
    • Biological Bases of Behavior
    • Cognitive Psychology
    • Intellectual Property Rights
    • Introduction to (Contemporary) Philosophy
    • Introduction to Psychology
    • Logic
    • Occupational Health and Safety
    • Psychology of Learning and Memory
    • Research Methods
    • Statistics and Research Design
    • Academic Skills
    • Developmental Psychology
    • Emotions and Motivation
    • Experimental Psychology
    • Individual Differences
    • Personality Psychology
    • Psychological Testing
    • Standard Diagnostic Methods
    • Statistical Methods for Experimental Design
    • Empirical Supervised Research
    • History of Psychology
    • Introduction to Guidance and Counselling Psychology
    • Psychological Assessment
    • Psychopathology
    • Social Psychology
    • Professional Ethics in Applied and Experimental Psychology


    • In case of application to first (BA) or long-cycle (MA) studies – the original of secondary school (maturity) certificate or another document (with a full list of final grades), entitling to undertake university-level study in country in which the certificate / document was issued
    • a legalisation / authorisation of above-mentioned documents (or apostille if the document was issued by an institution operating in the educational system in a country that was a member of the Hague Convention of 5th of October, 1961 abolishing the requirement of legalizing foreign official documents) 
    • a document stating that the certificate / diploma entitles to undertake or continue university-level study in country in which the certificate / diploma was issued (such proof should be issued or certified by the school or educational institution which issued the certificate / diploma or by educational authorities of the country which issued the certificate / diploma or in which system of education the school operates)
    • original sworn translations into Polish language (or English language if a candidate undertakes studies provided in English) of all the documents listed above, made by a Polish (English) sworn translator (a list of sworn translators at the website of Ministry of Justice), or a sworn translator registered in any of EU, EFTA or OECD country, or a Polish consul in the country where the documents were issued, or an embassy or consulate of the country which issued the documents or in which educational system the school operates located on the territory of Poland
    • a certificate of recognition (nostrification) of secondary school (maturity) certificate / higher education diploma, if applicable [read more]
    • an application for admission printed out from candidate’s individual registration account in theCandidate’s Registration System and signed up by the candidate
    • a photocopy of an id (passport’s personal data page and page with visa). A copy must be certified by the UW upon your arrival to Poland
    • a colour photo (such requirements as for passport photo)
    • an application for issuing student’s id printed out from candidate’s individual registration account in theCandidate’s Registration System (it is necessary to attach a digital photo first)
    • a proof of student’s id payment (17 PLN); in case of foreign nationals residing abroad who can not make the transfer, proof of payment for the student’s id can be delivered upon arrival to Poland
    • if need be, the proof of candidate’s right to be admitted on the same rules as applicable to Polish citizens (for example: residence permit, Card of the Pole, etc.) 
    • if applicable, a health certificate stating that there are no objections to undertake studies by a foreign candidate (if the health certificate was issued in a foreign language, a sworn translation into Polish language)
    • a certificate of proficiency in English (equivalent at least to the level B2) /in the case of a proper diploma, a language certificate is not required
    • An additonal a fee of 200 Euro is required as part of the first year tution fee.

    Foreigners can study at BA, MA / MSc / LLM, MBA, PhD level on various financial terms:

    1. as the Republic of Poland or foreign governments grant holders (check also: Ministry of Science and Higher Education)
    2. as the University of Warsaw grant holders (e.g. as exchange students on the basis of bilateral agreements)
    3. as students of Erasmus partner institutions/ Erasmus Mundus External Cooperation Window institutions (with a scholarship)
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