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is awarded to international candidates on the basis of bilateral agreements. Monthly scholarship amounts to 900 PLN and it is supposed to cover the accommodation (dormitory) and living costs. Studies for scholarship holders are free of charge. Scholarships are funded by the Ministry of Science and Higher Education and administered by the Bureau for Academic Recognition and International Cooperation. To apply for scholarship foreigners should submit suitable documents to the Polish Embassies and Consulates in their countries of residence. See: www.msz.gov.pl/en/travel_to_ poland/polands_missions_abroad/ buwiwm.edu.pl BANACH SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAMME for master degree studies is addressed to graduates and last year students of Bachelor studies in the fields of science, natural sciences, technical studies, economics, European studies/European law. Eligible to apply are students from six Eastern Partnership countries: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine. Monthly scholarship amounts to 1350 PLN. Command of Polish language is necessary. See: buwiwm.edu.pl Learning Foreign Languages Language courses are organised by the UW Centre for Foreign Language Teaching (CFLT), Faculty of Modern Languages, Faculty of Oriental Studies, and University Centre of Foreign Language Teacher Training and European Education within the University System of Language Provision (USLP). The courses are available to all the students of the 1st cycle and long cycle (5-year) studies at the University of Warsaw and each student has the right to choose the language course s/he wants to take. Students are eligible for no more than 240 teaching hours (free or as part of their fee). Students of the University of Warsaw and prospective participants from outside the UW can also take part in any number of fee-paying language courses offered within the USLP and other forms of language education, also intensive foreign language courses during the winter and summer breaks. KONSTANTY KALINOWSKI SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAMME is the largest programme in Europe for young Belarusians who have not been able to study in their country because of their political views. It helps Belarusian students to get access to the best Polish universities and promotes European values. The programme offers scholarships for bachelor, master and doctoral studies as well as research internships and postgraduate studies in all fields of studies. The Konstanty Kalinowski Scholarship Programme is coordinated by the Programme Bureau at the Centre for East European Studies at University of Warsaw. 


 is offered for the master degree studies (preceded by annual preparatory course to undertake studies in Poland) and for doctoral studies. Monthly scholarship amounts to 1350 PLN and it is supposed to cover the accommodation (dormitory) and living costs. Studies for scholarship holders are free of charge. The Programme is addressed to citizens of the developing countries, in the first place from the following countries: Angola, Ethiopia, Indonesia, Kenya, Colombia, Mexico, Myanmar, Mongolia, Mozambique, Nigeria, Republic of South Africa, Senegal, Tanzania, Vietnam. See:buwiwm.edu.pl The UW educational offer includes courses in over 40 foreign languages. The most popular among students are English, German, Russian, French, Spanish and Italian. The USLP offers various types of courses: face-to-face courses, blended courses, e-courses, on-line courses. In 2006 the University System of Language Provision was awarded the European Language Label, and in 2012, the European Commission distinguished the UW in the ‘European Language Label of the Labels’ competition. See: szjo.uw.edu.pl Learning Polish Language The Centre of Polish Language and Culture for Foreigners ‘Polonicum’ offers a wide selection of Polish language courses at the elementary, intermediate and advanced levels throughout the academic year, as well as several courses on Polish culture, history and traditions. The ‚Polonicum’ organises one-year Preparatory Course of Polish Language for Foreigners, open courses with three-month terms and intensive summer language courses that feature elements of Polish culture and history. Polonicum holds regular classes for international students at the UW or other academic institutions located in the capital as a supplement to their study or research (it is merely a language skills programme, not a regular academic faculty). They can also attend lectures on Polish literature, history and culture, films, audio-visual programmes, lessons in museums, etc. See: 


 is offered for nationals of the V4 countries (the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia), as well as nationals of the V4 neighboring countries. Visegrad scholarships are awarded for 5 months (1 semester) or 10 months (2 semesters) for master, doctoral and postgraduate studies as well as scientific research. It is possible to prolong the stay. See: 


could be given to a student who obtained high GPA in the preceding year, has significant scientific achievements, artistic achievements or has achievements in sport on the national and/or international level. It could be granted to foreign students studying in Poland on the same conditions as Polish citizens (EU/EFTA nationals, holders of permanent residence permit, longterm EU-resident permit, Card of the Pole or refugee status). See:


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