Data Sheet for Students
Mobility Information Sheet
Name of University
Józef Piłsudski University of Physical Education in Warsaw
00-968 Warsaw 45, Marymoncka 34
Prof. Andrzej Mastalerz
Erasmus Institutional Coordinator
Tomasz Skiba, MA
International Relations Office
Jozef Pilsudski University of Physical Education
00-968 Warsaw 45, Marymoncka 34
phone: (+48 22) 834 19 43, (+48 22 ) 834 04 31, ext 335, 353, 504
fax : (+48 22 ) 864 06 46
e-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org
Addresses for sending nominations and contact address for incoming students
On-line registration - compulsory (possible only when the recruitment term is opened)
Subjects in English (or with English support)
AWF Application procedure
Student Application Form
After receiving official nomination from partner university we require on-line registration. The Student Application Form must be completed on our website, than document generated from our system must be signed by the ERASMUS Coordinator at the home university and send by post to our International Office before the application deadlines.
Applications will not be accepted after the deadline.
Lectures and classes
The most important task is to agree on educational matters (subjects that you will choose) with our Faculty Coordinators before your coming. Email addresses of Faculty Coordinators responsible for proper faculty and list of offered courses can be found in additional charts.
AWF Warsaw offers courses in English, with English support (practical sport disciplines) and in Polish. We can offer you an individual path of study using materials and the helpful assistance of our English speaking teachers and students. Also, it is our custom that Erasmus students are allowed to take any course (from any level and any faculty) as long as it is accepted by the faculty coordinator in home university.
Languages skills required
Józef Piłsudski University of Physical Education requires B2 level of English language command from Erasmus students.
Deadlines for delivering applications
1st Semester: June 15
2nd Semester: November 15
Dates for academic year 2017/2018
I semester September 25th, 2017 – January 18th, 2018
II semester March 1st, 2018 – June 22nd, 2018
September 25-30, 2017
AWF offers places in our dormitory (in double rooms) in our campus. In order to book a place in a dormitory student is obligated to answer a question about accommodation in application. However, it is to stress that we can guarantee a room in our dormitory as long as the semester lasts. The rooms are at student's disposal 5 days before and after the term of semester.
A place in "Męski" Dormitory on the campus – monthly cost is 520 PLN ( approx. 150 EUR) and 150 euro deposit - it is refunded in full at the end of the semester unless there are deductions for damages. The dormitory provides kitchen. Our guest-students should have things for personal use and own dishes.
Appplication and original of your signed Learning Agreement from AWF registration system
Copy of your ID or passport, Photo (passport type)
Copy of the Europen Health Insurance Card or other document proving that you are entitled to health insurance cover during your stay in Poland (private insurance in case of non- Europen students).
Rooms available from:
From September 20th, 2017 (Winter semester)
From February 24th, 2018 (Spring semester)
Citizens of the EU/EEA countries should bring an European health insurance card with them. Also an additional private insurance is recommended.
Citizens of non-EU/EEA countries are required to have their own private medical insurance. More information can be found on The National Health Fund website.
ERASMUS student must have an accident and health insurance valid in Poland – they can not study nor attend the classes unless they are insured!
Temporary Residence Permit /Visa requirements
No visa is required from the EU/EEA member countries. A valid travel document entitles students to enter Poland.
Temporary residence permit is fixed by the dormitory authorities so that it is important to fix the registration formalities at the dormitory right after arrival.
All citizens of non-EU/EEA member countries who wish to study in Poland are required to obtain a Polish visa prior to their arrival. They should contact the Polish Consulate or Embassy in their country of residence.
Visa requirements and application forms as well as the complete list of Polish diplomatic missions abroad are available at www.msz.gov.pl . Persons who have received a visa for the whole period of stay in Poland are not obliged to apply for a residence permit.
Invitation letters are prepared after receiving required documents and accepting the Learning Agreement by a faculty coordinator
ERASMUS students will have a "mentor" nominated by the Students Union. Please get in touch with Iza Milej, Mentors Coordinator (email@example.com) in order to know the name of the respective mentor.
Living in Warsaw and Poland – practical information
INTERNATIONAL OFFICE - contact
00-968 Warszawa 45
Marymoncka 34 (street)
Place on the campus:
main building („gmach główny"), rooms: 319, 324, 320
phone: (48 22) 834 04 31, ext. 335, 353, 504
fax: (4822) 864 06 46
for students: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday: 10.00-14.00
for teachers: from Monday until Friday: 9.00-15.00 (an e-message before is welcome)
ERASMUS OFFICE STAFF
Tomasz Skiba, M.A.
ERASMUS Institutional co-ordinator
STF institutional co-ordinator (mobility)
(agreements, teacher exchange, international organizations) room 324; phone: (4822) 834 04 31, ext. 335
Maja Komorowska, M.Sc.
room 319; phone (4822) 834 04 31, ext. 353
Janina Przybyszewsa, M.A.
room 319; phone (4822) 834 04 31, ext. 609