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 ADMISSIONS STEP BY STEP

 

​In order to successfully apply to SGH, please read the following step-by-step guide:

1. On-line registration system

Create an account and fill in the forms in the on-line registration system: basic personal data and information about your degree diploma. Upload a photo of yourself – we will use it for making your student ID card. Choose the fields and modes of study (up to 8 options), and do not forget to arrange them according to your preferences. Please check your account for important messages on regular basis.

Important! If you wish to study at SGH, do not delay your application after you have defended your thesis! Even if your thesis defence is scheduled for July or August, you should register in the on-line registration system in May or June – you simply need to choose the option “I do not have my diploma yet.”

You can modify the data until as long as the registration system is open. The day the system closes is also your deadline for paying the application fee.

2. Qualification procedure

Admissions based on GPA

This path of admission is applicable only for full-time studies in Polish. If you wish to know more about the procedure, please switch to the Polish version of the site.

Entry exam

If you are applying for admission to full-time studies in Polish, then you are required to an entry test. The test is worth up to 100 qualification points.

The test is the only basis for qualification for full-time studies in Polish available to candidates who did not study at SGH, and to SGH alumni who cannot apply based on their GPA.

If you are not applying for full-time studies in Polish, then the qualification procedure is based only on the order of submission of applications made through the registration system.

Order of submission of application

Candidates for part-time studies in Polish and full-time studies in English are qualified based on the chronological order of submission of application made through the registration system. The moment of submission of application is defined as the moment of choosing the appropriate cycle of study in the on-line registration system.

3. Document submission

Once you receive a message through the registration system that you are invited to submit your documents, the system will also unlock a tab with documents for printing out, namely your application form, library statement, and the list of required documents. Please print out all the files, sign where necessary, and take them with you as they need to be submitted along with you remaining documents. You will receive your decision on admission right after you submit a complete set of required documents and they are verified positively.

Details will be provided in a relevant message in the registration system. Ideally, you should submit your documents in person; however, if you cannot make it then you may submit them through your representative (with a power of attorney).