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Admission options – check your status

Foreigners why apply for admission at the Maritime University of Szczecin have two options of studying:

For whom?
  • foreigners who have been granted a permanent residence permit in Poland;
  • foreigners who have been granted a refugee status in Poland;
  • foreigners who have been granted a temporary protection in Poland;
  • foreigners who are migrating workers and nationals of the EU, Switzerland, Iceland, Norway or Lichtenstein or family members of such workers and who reside in Poland;
  • foreigners who have been granted a European Community long-term residence permit;
  • foreigners who have been granted a temporary residence permit in Poland with regard to situations laid down in Art. 127 (a temporary stay permit to perform work in a profession requiring high qualifications), Art. 159.1 (a temporary stay permit to reunite with one’s family) or Art. 186.1.3 or 186.1.4 (a European Community long-term residence permit issued by another EU member state or being a member of such resident) of the Act of 12 December 2013 on Aliens (Journal of Laws 2013 item 1650);
  • foreigners who have been granted a subsidiary protection in Poland;
  • foreigners who are nationals of an EU member state, Switzerland, Iceland, Norway or Lichtenstein and holders of a permanent stay permit;
  • foreigners holding a certificate of Polish language proficiency at level C1 issued by http://certyfikatpolski.pl;
  • foreigners who are holders of the Polish Card (Karta Polaka) or who have been issued a decision confirming their Polish origin;
  • foreigners residing in Poland who are spouses, ascendants (i.e. parents/grandparents)  or descendants (i.e. children/ grandchildren)  of a Polish citizen.
All other foreigners not listed in point A.

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  • foreigners who have been granted a permanent residence permit in Poland;
  • foreigners who have been granted a refugee status in Poland;
  • foreigners who have been granted a temporary protected status in Poland;
  • foreigners who are migrating workers and nationals of the EU, Switzerland, Iceland, Norway or Lichtenstein or family members of such workers and who reside in Poland;
  • foreigners who have been granted a European Community long-term residence permit;
  • foreigners who have been granted a temporary residence permit in Poland with regard to situations laid down in Art. 127 (a temporary stay permit to perform work in a profession requiring high qualifications), Art. 159.1 (a temporary stay permit to reunite with one’s family) or Art. 186.1.3 or 186.1.4 (a European Community long-term residence permit issued by another EU member state or being a member of such resident) of the Act of 12 December 2013 on Aliens (Journal of Laws 2013 item 1650);
  • foreigners who have been granted a subsidiary protection in Poland;
  • foreigners who are nationals of an EU member state, Switzerland, Iceland, Norway or Lichtenstein and holders of a permanent stay permit;
  • foreigners holding a certificate of command of the Polish language at minimum level C1 issued by http://certyfikatpolski.pl;
  • foreigners who are holders of the Polish Card (Karta Polaka) or who have been issued a decision confirming their Polish origin;
  • foreigners residing in Poland who are spouses, ascendants or descendants of a Polish citizen.