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University of Bialystok was created in 1997 by transforming the former 29 – year old Branch of Warsaw University.

 Over the  years the University of Bialystok has become a dynamically growing institution of higher education, the largest in Podlasie, both in respect of the number of research workers, fields of study and forms of education offered as well as the number of students and graduates. In the year 2014 the construction of a modern and well-equipped campus for the students of natural and mathematical sciences was completed.

It has nine faculties, including a foreign one in Vilnius. Four faculties have been awarded the highest scientific category “A”. The University of Bialystok has the right to confer doctoral degrees in ten fields, as well as postdoctoral degrees in law, economics, chemistry, biology, history and physics.

University of Bialystok guarantees a high level of didactic classes, a possibility of spending free time creatively by taking advantage of all University resources and participating in a widely understood student life.

Following the principles of partnership and mutual support the University develops research connected with the subject of borderland, co-operates with scientific institutions of Lithuania, Belarus, Ukraine and Russia, and, within European research programmes, fulfils common undertakings with western partners, such as: France, Germany, United Kingdom, United States of America and the Netherlands.





Certificate of the English language proficiency B2 ;IELTS  6.0

Hold a matriculation certificate (the Matura certificate) or a secondary school leaving certificate certifying that the holder is eligible for admission to higher education in the country in which he/she completed secondary school, if applying for admission to a first-cycle programme or a long-cycle programme,


 hold a degree of Master (magister), Bachelor (licencjat, inzynier) or an equivalent degree, if applying for admission to a second-cycle programme

              BA in Computer Science

•             BA in Pedagogy in the field of Creativity, Art, Media

•             BA in Physics in the Field of Medical Physics

•             BA International Economic Relations

•             BA Philology, in the field of: English Philology


              MA Environmental Protection

•             MA European Studies

•             MA International Economic Relations

•             MA Philology, in the field of: Russian Philology


There are many different options for arranging student accommodation in Poland. They vary depending on the city and higher education institution you choose. Many Polish HEIs have their own dormitories, which are usually the cheapest option available. However, most Polish students prefer to rent a room in a private apartment.

Student houses and dormitories

The pricing of the student houses depends on the particular HEI. Usually the cost of accommodation in a dormitory ranges is around EUR 60-80 monthly for a shared room and between EUR 100-150 for a single room. However, the standard of the dormitories may differ greatly even between various student houses of the same HEI, so it’s good to do some research before the final decision. What doesn’t differ is the friendly and helpful atmosphere in the student houses.

Private housing

It is quite common in Poland to rent a room in a bigger apartment. Most of the out-of-town students share flats in this way. The cost varies between cities and it depends greatly on the location of the apartment as well as the size and quality of the room. The monthly rent is usually between EUR 150 and 200. Some landlords may require a deposit of a similar amount. Don’t worry if you don’t have friends to live with. Sharing a flat with locals is an amazing opportunity: you can pay for the accommodation and get great friends for free! And if you really don’t like to share, you can find an independent apartment. The rent for the smallest, one-room apartment starts from about EUR 300 (in Warsaw).

Quick Facts





Fees vary from course to course.


In comparison to other European countries, Poland is a relatively inexpensive place to live and study. Prices depend greatly on the city, but a student can get by on around 300 euro per month. An average cost of living for a student is about 350 euro.



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M. Sklodowskiej-Curie 14 St. 15-097 Bialystok, Poland

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