University of Wroclaw
The university was established over 3 centuries ago. Today it has 30,000 students. It offers 80 Bachelors and 67 Masters for more than 250 specializations.
You have access to all of the classes of the Faculty of Law, Administration and Economics and for journalism students to lectures of the Institute of Journalism and Social Communication (Masters level).
You have the opportunity of taking a Polish language course during the semester, completely free of charge. The program does not have much classes in English.
Wroclaw is the 4th largest city in Poland with 630,000 inhabitants. 10% of the population is students, for 31 universities.
Wroclaw is called the Polish Venice : it is crossed by 5 rivers, has 12 islands and 112 bridges.
The city is dynamic : jazz festival, International Film & Theater Festival, Aquapark, etc … and rich in history and culture : theaters, opera, zoo, gardens / park (which represent a third of the city), etc…
It has attracted many multinationals such as IBM, IKEA, Credit Agricole, HP, Toshiba, Siemens, Volvo, etc …
Take time to travel to Berlin, Prague or Vienna, Bratislava and Budapest.
Good to know
Your university student card can also be used as a transportation ticket.
more info : www.urbancard.pl
Estimated cost of living:
– Food : €100-200 / month
– Local transportation : €23-45 / month
The number of places in Erasmus + is limited. The granting of a scholarship is therefore not automatic and the amount paid may vary. However, we invite you to apply because exchange places (excluding Erasmus +) may be offered. Please refer to the Erasmus+ section.
This information is provided as a guide.
Please visit the partner university’s website to have exact updated information.
Required TOEFL Score : 533
ABS : 2nd, 3rd, 4th year
ESAM : 2nd, 3rd and 4th year
ICD : 2nd, 3rd, 4th year
ISCPA JOURNALISM : 3rd and 4th year
ISCPACOM : 3rd and 4th year
ISTEC : 4th year.
Resume (in English)
Transcript of records
Cover letter (in English)
Additional documents will be requested according to the destination
Orientation : end of September
Lectures start : early October
End of lectures : early February
Exams : early/mid-February
Exams retake : mid/end of February
Orientation : mid-February
Lectures start : end of February
End of lectures and exams : early July
Exams retake : early September
more info : https://uni.wroc.pl/en/academic-calendar/
ID Card or passport (compulsory for destinations outside the EU) valid for six months after your return date.
Any student from the European Union staying in Poland for more than 3 months must apply for a temporary resident card. The procedures will be explained to you once on site.
A visa is required for any non-EU student staying more than 3 months. The temporary resident card is therefore not required, unless your visa does not cover your entire stay.
On campus : in a single room – €111 / month – or double – €195 / month.
The rooms are furnished : bed, table, chair, wardrobe and bookcase. Sheets are provided. There are one fitted kitchen and toilets on each floor.