SCHOLARSHIPS

2021/22 academic year

University of Warsaw scholarships

Form and deadlines for submitting applications for the Rector’s scholarship, social scholarship, scholarship for students with disabilities, and allowance aid in the academic year 2021/2022:

https://bpm.uw.edu.pl/komunikat-rektora-w-sprawie-terminow-oraz-formy-ubiegania-sie-o-swiadczenia-pomocy-materialnej-w-roku-akademickim-2021-2022/

Rector’s Ordinance – the Rules of students’ benefits at the University of Warsaw

More information: Scholarships provided by the University Of Warsaw

Detailed information (in Polish):

Rector’s scholarship https://bpm.uw.edu.pl/stypendium-rektora-2/

Social scholarship https://bpm.uw.edu.pl/stypendium-socjalne/

Scholarship for students with disabilities https://bpm.uw.edu.pl/stypendium-dla-osob-niepelnosprawnych/

Allowance aid https://bpm.uw.edu.pl/zapomogi/

Government of Poland scholarships

Polish National Agency for Academic Exchange (NAWA) is set up to coordinate state activities driving the process of internationalization of Polish academic and research institutions. The mission of NAWA is to foster the development of Poland in the area of science and higher education.

Through developing the existing grant and aid programmes, NAWA aims at developing Polish students mobility and encouraging foreigners to start their studies in Poland at a number of fields to be conducted both in Polish and foreign languages.

NAWA coordinates scholarship programmes under terms set forth in agreements, with the collaboration of Polish diplomatic missions and institutes which will publish the offer for students on their websites. The grant amount will depend on the type of study course.

Polish National Agency for Academic Exchange (NAWA) –  Foreign Students

 

The government-sponsored Konstanty Kalinowski Scholarship Programme is the largest program in Europe that lends assistance to young Belarusians unable to study in Belarus due to their political views.

Konstanty Kalinowski Scholarship Programme

 

More information: Scholarships delivered by the Government of Poland

Visegrad Scholarship Program

Visegrad scholarships support Bachelor, Master and post-Master students and researchers in all disciplines and in any language for up to four semesters at more than 190 higher education institutions across Central and Eastern Europe.

Detailed information: https://www.visegradfund.org/apply/mobilities/visegrad-scholarship/

2020/21 academic year

Rector’s scholarships

Students submit applications for the rector’s scholarship in the 2020/2021 academic year in the form of an electronic document by USOSweb – the application submitted in this form is authenticated in a way that allows for confirmation of and data integrity in electronic form. In particularly justified cases – e.g. in the case of technical errors preventing the submission of an application in the form of an electronic document in the USOSweb – the application with documented achievements may be submitted in paper form.

Students may submit applications for the rector’s scholarship in the form of an electronic document by USOSweb by November 3, 2020. If it is necessary to submit an application in paper form, the documents must be submitted to the Student Affairs Office by November 3, 2020.

Please see more information on the rules for calculating the average and ECTS credits.

Social scholarships

Applications for a social scholarship in the winter semester and the summer semester of the 2020/2021 academic year are submitted by students in paper form after registering the electronic form in USOSweb – the application submitted in writing must be signed by the applicant or a person authorized by him.

In the winter semester of the 2020/2021 academic year – to receive compensation for the October social scholarship – the application must be submitted by October 30, 2020, in the following months the application should be submitted by the 18th day of the month.

In the summer semester of the 2020/2021 academic year, the application for a social scholarship should be submitted by the 18th day of a given month (in April, by the 19th day of the month).

Place for submitting applications: Independent Section for Student Affairs of the Dean’s Office of the Faculty of Archeology (Main School building, ground floor), during the visiting hours of applicants.

Social scholarship coordinator: Michał Adamiak, email: m.adamiak@uw.edu.pl

Address for submitting paper applications by post:

Coordinator for the social grant for students
University of Warsaw
Faculty of Archeology
ul. Krakowskie Przedmieście 26/28
00-927 Warsaw

IMPORTANT! The application and the declaration of income submitted in the USOSweb system must be delivered to the coordinator in paper form along with the complete set of required documents. Registering the electronic form in USOSweb does not initiate the procedure for granting the benefit, it is a technical activity and does not constitute the submission of an application.

Please see the Rector’s Ordinance below:

Rules of Students’ Benefits (in English)

According to the new Regulations of Benefits, each adult in the family should submit a statement on their current income situation (A and B statements and are mandatory). It is also mandatory to submit a declaration of the family member on the amount of non-taxable income. Submitting declarations does not exempt from attaching the complete set of required documents to the application (Annex 2 to the Regulations of benefits for UW students).

Statement A – for people who get their income from the same taxable source as in 2018.

Statement B – for people who have not shown income on the tax office certificate or who have lost their entire income on the certificate.

The C statement – instead of ZUS for students – can be used if the student has not submitted a tax return (and there is a certificate from the Tax Office for this) and is subject to parental insurance (under 26 years of age). This statement in no way replaces the ZUS certificate from persons who submitted a tax return for 2018.

Statement D – general formula

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Allowances

Students submit an application for the grant in the academic year 2020/2021 in the form of an electronic document by USOSweb – the application submitted in this form is authenticated in a way that ensures the possibility of confirming the origin and integrity of the data in electronic form. In particularly justified cases – e.g. in the event of technical errors preventing the submission of an application in the form of an electronic document in the USOSweb – the application for the aid with attachments may be submitted in paper form to the Commission for Benefits for Students of the University of Warsaw at the University of Warsaw Student Council.

Students may apply for the aid throughout the entire academic year.

More information about benefits programme:

https://www.uw.edu.pl/student_/wsparcie-socjalne-dla-studenta/