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University of Wroclaw

Institute of Sociology

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Frequently Asked Questions

FAQ about the international Master Programme: Sociology - Intercultural Mediation
If you didn't find an aswer please write to Programme Coordinator: mateusz.karolak@uwr.edu.pl


What's the admission process for this programme?

The admission process for foreign students in run by the International Office of our University via this website.
Please, have a look at information regarding the admission procedure. It describes documents needed and all the steps: https://international.uni.wroc.pl/en/admission-full-degree-studies If you have any questions regarding the programme - just send an e-mail to: mateusz.karolak@uwr.edu.pl

What documents are needed to apply?

Here's the list of documents required to apply MA programme in Sociology – Intercultural Mediation:

If you have any administative questions regarding the documents, translations, language certificates etc, our colleagues Ms Marta Nowak or Ms Katarzyna Krawczyk - coordinators from the international office will be happy to help you. You can reach them at: international@uwr.edu.pl

What's the deadline for this programme?

31.08.2021 - The last day of submitting applications and paying registration fees (20 EUR) (the date of receipt on the UWr account is decisive). The missing documents can be submitted not later than on 10.09.2021.

How much does this programme cost?

Here are tuition fees for our MA programme (2000 EUR for EU-citizens and 3000 EUR for non-EU citizens, per year). Fee for the first year is increased by 150 EUR. For the first year of study candidates are required to pay the whole amount of the one year tuition fee. Please note that student should cover all bank charges. More info about the deadlines.

What are other funding options?

If you get good grades, you can apply for a Rector’s scholarship starting from the second year of your studies.
Persons with disabiliteis can count on broad assistance including material aid.

However the University of Wroclaw does not cover the costs of the tuition fees. So if you wish to get a scholaship covering tuition fee you need to find a sponsor. For example you can check scholarship opportunities listed by the Go-Poland portal

Currently the citizens of Albania, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kosovo, North Macedonia, Moldova, Serbia, Ukraine and Uzbekistan, who would like to study Sociology - Intercultural Mediation can apply (till 21 June 2021) for the Banach Scholarship Programme founded by the Polish National Agency for

Is this programme available online?

This programme is based in Wrocław, Poland as a full-time programme and it is not available online.