On-line Application for winter semester 2021/22 will open on the 15th April 2021.
Dear Students, Dear Partners,
The summer semester on-line application is now closed. We are now reviewing the application documents. If you have any questions, please contact email@example.com
IMPORTANT: There is a restricted number of places in each course in English and the order of application will be the criterion taken into account when assigning places in particular courses. The rule "first come, first served" will be applied.
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Description of the application procedure
The obligatory ON-LINE APPLICATION consists of:
- online registration (Application form) - the same for all faculties
- online course application for: Medical Students (Learning Agreement for Medicine), Dentistry Students ( Learning Agreement for Dentistry) and Pharmacy Students (Learning Agreement for Pharmacy)
- preparation of the individual course timetable (after being accepted).
REMEMBER TO SUBMIT! The complete set of documents (Application Form and Learning Agreement) needs to be submitted, printed, signed by you and your ERASMUS coordinator and sent scanned by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. If your university requires extra forms, you should attach them signed in the same message.
Before completing this application, please read the following information carefully.
It is obligatory for all exchange students (Erasmus, CEEPUS, bilateral agreement, freemover) to register by filling in the online registration. However, the second step, the online course application Learning agreement is mandatory only for those students who apply for the medical, dentistry English Division courses or Pharmacy research projects.
Students of Nursing, Midwifery, Electoradiology, Public Health, Dietetics and Physiotherapy, should use the paper version of the Learning Agreement after completing the online registration – see section 1).
Please note that only students who have been nominated by the home university can apply through the online application! All other applications will be rejected from the system!
Medicine and Dentistry
There are two medical programmes conducted in English: 6-year and Advanced Medical program (only the 4th year available in 2020/21). Before entering the online course application make sure you got acquainted with the programmes of study given on the university web page:
6-year programme: https://ed.wum.edu.pl/students/curriculum/
Advanced Medical Program: http://2wl.wum.edu.pl/en/4-year-program/program-study NOTE: only courses of the 4th year will be available in 2020/2021
Curriculum AM Programme description: http://2wl.wum.edu.pl/en/english-division/curriculum/curriculum-4-year-…
English Dentistry Division programme description: http://wld.wum.edu.pl/en/english-dentistry-division/plan-studies
The programmes of study taught in English in some common parts are also accessible for exchange students of pharmacy and physiotherapy, if needed. Moreover, courses can be chosen from different years of study. Although only courses that exist in the semester of the planned exchange can be chosen. Therefore, Winter semester students are not allowed to take courses held in the Full Academic Year or in the Summer semester.
Since students of the exchange programmes join the already existing groups of students, the number of available places per course is limited.
For a more effective way of preparing the study program, please consult your home coordinator before accessing the course registration. The study offer is based on the program of the previous academic year. Therefore, your individual study plan will be defined at the beginning of semester, as soon as new timetables are available. Courses can be chosen from different years of study but only from the semester you want to enroll.
NOTE: If you are applying only for one semester, you cannot choose courses that last for the whole year (i.e. Pathomorphology, Microbiology, Pharmacology)
NOTE: To receive full credit and a grade, students are obliged to fulfill the requirements (including final exams) stated in the Rules of Studies of the Medical University of Warsaw. Rules of Studies - an extract
NOTE: Due to the clinics commitment in the didactic process, clerkships/clinical rotations/traineeships are impossible during the whole academic year.
NOTE: In addition to the Learning Agreeemnt, after being accepted, each exchange student creates his/her individual timetable where selects courses again. It is the 3rd step of the application. The individual timetable of the medical students is prepared according to the English Division timetables which are sent to the exchange students by email before beginning of the semester. Some modifications of the learning agreement caused by overlaps, unavailability of courses etc. may be required. In this case the student has to consult the coordinator of home university regarding necessary Changes to Learning Agreement. The final approval of the plan of study is made based on acceptance/refusal of the department responsible for teaching.
Since there is no English Programme of Pharmacy at MUW, all courses are conducted in Polish only.
The Faculty of Pharmacy offers research projects in English to exchange students. When applying for your project, choose the topic from the list in the on-line Learning Agreement!
Students accepted for research projects have their individual supervisors and work on the project in an English-speaking research team. They prepare their Master Thesis based on the research conducted.
15th May - First semester and full academic year
25th November - Second semester
See also the INFORMATION GUIDE FOR INCOMING STUDENTS
* How to submit and print the appliaction?
Follow the instructions if you want to save the printable application documents on your PC. It is essential in case you are unable to print the document right after registration. In order to print it later, you have to save the file (Microsoft Windows system) - click on the 'Print' button on the lower left corner of the screen, then choose ‘Microsoft XPS Document Writer’ in Print dialog box, then indicate place on your computer to save the document. The document will get ‘xps’ extension. Now you can transfer and print the file whenever you want.
ACCOMMODATION: The dormitory is available to exchange students. Only double rooms with a private bathroom are offered. You can apply for your place in the Application form. No additional forms will be needed. The places will be assigned according to the "first come, first served" rule. If you are on the waiting list, you will be informed as soon as any place becomes available for you. The information on the list of accepted students will be sent together with acceptances.
Please remember that the application process for your study exchange will start after having sent the signed and stamped documents to our International Relations Office .
The printed forms are to be checked and signed by the relevant coordinators of your university and sent to:
International Relations Office
Medical University of Warsaw
ul. Żwirki i Wigury 61
02-091 Warsaw, Poland
PREPARATION OF THE INDIVIDUAL COURSE TIMETABLE
In addition to the online Learning Agreeemnt, each exchange student creates his/her individual timetable where selects courses again. The individual course timetables are prepared according to the English Division timetables which are sent to the exchange students by email before beginning of the semester. The indiv. timetable is a basic tool to apply for particular courses at the departments responsible for teaching. Therefore, proposed study program is provisionally approved before arrival in Warsaw as there are possible modifications of the learning agreement caused by overlaps, unavailability of courses etc. In this case the studnet has to consult the coordinator of home university about necessary Changes to Learning Agreement. The final appoval of the plan of study is made based on acceptance/refusal of the department responsible for teaching.