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Contact

Admissions Office:
Gdansk, st. 3 Maja 25A
tel. 58 722 08 00
e-mail:
rekrutacja@ateneum.edu.pl

Monday 8.00-16.00
Tuesday 8.00-18.00
Wednesday 8.00-18.00
Thursday 8.00-18.00
Friday 8.00-16.00
Sunday 8.30-14.30

Admissions

Step 1

A candidate willing to begin his or her studies should submit the following documents:

  1. An application with a questionnaire imitating the Ateneum pattern and printed on two sides (available at the enrollment office).
  2. Three up-to-date fully signed photographs, as required for identity cards.
  3. A copy of the identity card (the original card might be inspected as well).
  4. The original G.C.S.E. or two copies of its notarial reproduction.
  5. A receipt confirming the fee payment for the entire semester or, in the case of instalment payment, confirming the sum agreed upon in the studying contract.
  6. Two copies of Ateneum’s studying contract (available at the enrollment office).
  7. In the case of prospective philological studies: a declaration informing about the knowledge of the foreign language in question.
  8. A notarial reproduction of the B.A., engineer, or M.A. diploma (with a copy) in the case of prospective M.A. studies.

Foreign citizens willing to study at Ateneum should submit the following documents:

  1. An original Polish G.C.S.E. (its notarial reproduction as on options) or a legalized (officially recommended, as an option) foreign G.C.S.E.
  2. A notarial reproduction of a Polish B.A. diploma or a legalized (officially recommended, as an option) diploma (or another document) confirming a graduation abroad (in the case of prospective M.A. studies).
  3. An official translation (made by a registered sworn translator) of a foreign G.C.S.E. and B.A. diploma (in the case of prospective M.A. studies) with an official accreditation from a local education office. This accreditation is not required if the G.C.S.E.’s or diplomas originate from countries which have mutual agreements with Poland, obliging the two parties to accept the education certificates or diplomas.
  4. A xeroxed copy of a visa, residence card, or another document entitling to stay within Polish territory and employing with the Polish law (the original document might be inspected as well).
  5. A document confirming the knowledge of the Polish language.
  6. A xeroxed copy of a valid passport (the original document might be inspected as well) or another confirmation of the candidate’s identity (visa or temporary residence card).
  7. An application with a questionnaire imitating the Ateneum pattern and pointed on two sides.
  8. Two copies of Ateneum’s studying contract.
  9. Three up-to-date fully signed photographs of the candidate (without headgear and against a bright background).
  10. A receipt confirming the fee payment for the entire semester or, in the case of instalment payment, confirming the sum agreed upon in the studying contract.

Those wiling to become either first- or second-cycle students of higher semesters should submit the following documents:

  1. An application with a questionnaire imitating the Ateneum pattern and printed on two sides (available at the enrollment office).
  2. Three up-to-date fully signed photographs of the candidate, as required for identity cards.
  3. A copy of the identity card (the original card might be inspected as well).
  4. The original G.C.S.E. or two copies of its notarial reproduction.
  5. A receipt confirming the fee payment for the entire semester or, in the case of instalment payment, confirming the sum agreed upon in the studying contract.
  6. Two copies of Ateneum’s studying contract (available at the enrollment office).
  7. In the case of prospective philological studies: a declaration informing about the knowledge of the foreign language in question.
  8. A notarial reproduction of the B.A., engineer, or M.A. diploma (with a copy) in the case of prospective M.A. studies.
  9. An Ateneum-pattern application to the Rector, asking for admission to a higher semester.
  10. The previous student’s book with a list of subject (stating the number of classes attributed to each of them, the crediting form, and the E.C.T.S. point number).