International Cooperation

ERASMUS + (programme countries)


1. Application procedure

2.Studies in Poland

      2.1 Courses taught in English

      2.2 ID Card

      2.3 Academic Services

3. Registration at Warsaw University of Life Sciences

4. How to get to Warsaw University of Life Sciences

5. Polish Language Course

6. Fact Sheet

1. Application procedure

After receiving a nomination at your home university you’re required to Application Documents. 
All documents should be send by scan (incoming@sggw.pl) and then by post on the address mentioned below.
Only complete applications will be taken into consideration.
Exchange students are asked to follow application procedure. All application documents are available on our web-page.

Students are required to fill out the following documents

1. Student Application form and Hounsing Form 
2. Learning Agreement or (Research program - CEEPUS students who are staying less than 3 months)
3. Transcript of Records with grades student obtained up to application time

It is also obliged to provide Transcript of Records (the photocopy is enough for us) and photo for the Student ID Card (send also only via e-mail).

 

Address:    International Relations Office

                 Warsaw University of Life Sciences- SGGW 166/ bldg. 8 Nowoursynowska St.

                 02-787 Warsaw, Poland

Deadlines:  Application for Winter semester- June 20

                 Application for Summer semester- December 20

Remark:    There is no guarantee that  sent documents will be accepted after deadline.

For further information towards various opportunities to continue your studying at WULS consult the coordinator at your home university or contact International Relations Office directly.

2. Studies In Poland

The academic year is divided into 2 semesters:

Winter Semester (autumn):    October- 1st half of February

Summer Semester (spring):   2nd half of February-July

Each semester consists approximately of 15 weeks of classes and 2 weeks of exams.

 

2.1 Courses taugh in English

About 200 courses in English are available within the following ranges:

agriculture,   agro-forestry   engineering,   animal   husbandry,   biology,   biotechnology, construction  engineering,  finance  and  banking,  economics,  environmental  engineering, environmental  protection,  food  technology  and  human  nutrition,  forestry,  horticulture, information technology, landscape architecture, production and management engineering, management and marketing, regional planning, tourism and recreation, veterinary medicine.

Students can choose the most suitable classes from the list of available courses on web-page and create their learning agreement.

Timetable of courses is available at the beginning of semester on our official web-page  and  also is sent by e-mail to all students.

In order to launch  a course, primarily four people should register for it .

For the description of courses in English, offered at the Warsaw University of Life Sciences, look up our on-line course catalogue:

http://www.sggw.pl/en/international-cooperation_/information-for-students/sggw-studies-in-english/subjects-in-english

 

2.2 ID Card

All international students who are studying at Warsaw University of Life Sciences - SGGW will be served with  student  ID card which is a confirmation that they belong to university community. Student ID card is given to the student at the beginning of each semester and it is valid for six months. Student ID card will give an access for discounts in public transportation within Warsaw, railway transport in Poland, as well as discounts in pubs, clubs, cinemas, theaters, restaurants, etc.

A valid ID card is required when you want to use library materials, gain access to the gym, and most student facilities.

If your student identification card is lost, destroyed or stolen, a replacement card will be reissued, with additional fee to be paid.

To get your SGGW ID card, you're required to submit a photo online (via e-mail). The photo should be passport-style and meet the following requirements:

-        The photo should be a color, JPEG file

-        The background should be uniform and light-colored

-        You must be facing forward, with your head and shoulders clearly visible

-        No photos with sunglasses or hats will be accepted

-        The file cannot exceed 100k in size and 300dpi (about 260x340 pixels)

Please note: The size of the photo you submit must be less than 100 kilobytes 260x340 pixels. If you need to resize your photo before submitting, you may do so by using any one of the following applications.

 

3. Registration at Warsaw University of Life Sciences

International  Relations  Office  at  WULS-SGGW  will  provide  you with any help towards necessary academic  and administrative matters.

The most important thing at the beginning is to register at International Relations Office

which is located in building no 8, room 15.

Opening  hours: Monday to Thursday

10.00 -12.00 am and 1.00 - 3.00 pm).

Registration at international office is necessary in order to receive a student ID card, access to courses and other documents.

Non European Union Citizens staying  in  dormitories  or  private accommodation have to register at the local authorities of a commune council (Gmina Office/Urząd Gminy) appropriate to the place of residence in Warsaw. Registration is necessary for students who are planning to stay longer than 3 months.

 

Address of Local council for Ursynów district ( where dormitories are situated) is:

Urząd Gminy Warszawa Ursynów

Referat Ewidencji Ludności i Dowodów Osobistych

ul. Komisji Edukacji Narodowej 61,

Phone:  (+48 22) 54 57 382, 54 57 381

Required documents:

-Proof of registration at the students dormitory  - Valid ID card or passport with visa

-A statement (in Polish) confirming the date of reaching the polish border

Registration at local authorities is given for 3 months. After this 3 months, the student has to register  again at Mazovian Voivodenship Office ( Mazowiecki Urząd Wojewódzki) personally at 5 Długa str. in Warsaw (subway station: RATUSZ ARSENAŁ). Students applying for the prolongation will be informed about the procedure and required documents.

 

4. How to get to Warsaw University of Life Sciences

Warsaw University of Life Sciences - SGGW is located   in   the   southern   part   of   Warsaw, approximately 15 km from the city centre. The University  is  easy to  access  by  car,  the municipal bus service or taxi. There are also three metro stations close WULS-SGGW: METRO SŁUŻEW, METRO URSYNÓW AND METRO STOKŁOSY.

BY PLANE

Warsaw  Fryderyk  Chopin  Airport (http://www.lotnisko-chopina.pl)  is  situated  close  to WULS-SGGW.

You can get from the Airport to our campus by city bus (line 148) or taxi. The ride takes about 20 - 30 minutes.

If  you  travel  by  plane  you  need  to  see  official  Fryderyk  Chopin  Airport  website http://www.lotnisko-chopina.pl

Line 148 (from the airport)

All week from 04:35 to 22:35

You need to go to SGGW Rektorat bus stop (approx. 20 minutes) [Direction → Wiatraczna]

BY TRAIN

If you travel by train to Warsaw the easiest way to reach WULS-SGGW is to get off at Warsaw Central Station (Dworzec Centralny) which is situated in the centre of Warsaw and then walk about 10 minutes to underground (METRO CENTRUM station) or take bus from “Dworzec Centralny”  to “Centrum”  and  walk  by  underground  passage  to  METRO CENTRUM station.

Next you should take metro in direction METRO KABATY.

Entering the platform is allowed only for those passengers who have valid tickets. Tickets should be validated before entering the platform area.

Bus stop next to METRO SŁUŻEW is situated close to exit “Wałbrzyska Cmentarz” and near a primary school. If you are travelling from METRO CENTRUM you should go to the end of carriage and then upstairs. Exit “Wałbrzyska Cmentarz” is located on the right.

Line 193

All week from 04:45 to 23:15

You can get off on one of bus stops at University (see below). The ride takes about 15 minutes.

See the route of 193 bus services.

By BUS

“Warszawa Zachodnia” is an international bus station. There is a possibility to take a bus to get to the city center and then by subway, bus or taxi to WULS-SGGW campus. It will take around 45 minutes to get to Ursynów campus.

You can take buses 127, 405, 517 in order to get to Centrum and then travel in the same way described before as if you arrive to railway station.

TAXI

If you travel by taxi it is advisable to book a taxi by telephone, or to first ask about the price, if you hail it in the street. Maximal Taxi prices: starting fee - 6,00 zł, day rate - 4zł., night and holiday rate - 5 zł., day suburbia rate - 6,00 zł, night suburbia and holiday rate - 9,00 zł. Credit cards are accepted by: ELE TAXI phone: 811 11 11, EURO TAXI phone: 96 62, HALO TAXI phone: 96 23, MPT TAXI phone: 9191, price for 1 km - ca. 2,50 zł

Please fill in “Housing and First Contact Form” and send us by e-mail (incoming@sggw.pl) if you would like somebody to meet you at the Airport, Railway or Bus Station on your arrival. The information about certain time, place of arrival as well as the other details of travel such as number of flight, airline operator, should be given to IRO no later than 2 weeks upon  your arrival.

 

5. Polish Course

Polish language course is organized for incoming students on basic and intermediate  levels. Intermediate level course can be organized  on the condition that  there will be sufficient number of students. Students who showed interest in attending the course while studying at WULS are requested to fill in “Polish Language Course Application Form” and send it with other application documents to IRO before the deadlines:

Polish language courses start at the beginning of each semester  and last for around 3 months. You will gain additional 3 ECTS credits into your Learning Agreement.

 

6. Fact Sheet

Full legal name:                   Szkoła Główna Gospodarstwa Wiejskiego w Warszawie

Erasmus Code:                    PL WARSZAW05

 

Address:                             International Relations Office

                                          Warsaw University of Life Sciences - SGGW

                                          ul. Nowoursynowska 166 b8

                                          02-787 Warszawa, Poland

Fax:                                    (+48 22) 593 10 48

Web site:                            http://www.sggw.pl/en/international-cooperation_/educational-programs/erasmus-llp_

Exchange coordinator:          Małgorzata Kowalczyk

                                           e-mail:  incoming@sggw.pl

                                           Phone: (+48 22) 593 10 52                                                   

Institutional coordinator:        Marta Tymińska

                                           e-mail: marta_tyminska@sggw.pl

                                           phone: (+48 22) 593 10 49

Office Hours:                       Monday to Thursday

                                          10.00am -12.00am   and  1.00pm - 3.00 pm

                                          on Fridays office is closed for students

 

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