Admission requirements – foreign candidates

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To apply for the Executive MBA Program you should:

  1. Register in enrolment system
  2. Upload photo (3,5 x 4,5 cm, passport type)
  3. Fill in form with data, choose faculty and major of studies.
  4. Pay recruitment fee (85 PLN or 19 Euro).
  5. Upload scans of required documents –  JPG format only (low quality of scans may slow down application process). After receiving information about lack of required documents – please complete set as soon as possible!
  6. Deliver originals of documents on time.
  7. Pass enrolment interview at Wrocław University of Economics – attendance obligatory
  8. Check frequently status of your application in enrolment system. Candidates, who gained in test enough score of points to be enrolled, will be informed about it with announcement in enrolment system account.

Required documents

  • 1. Passport
  • (page with photo)
  • 2. ID card with photo
  • (applicable to European Union Citizens)
  • 3. Card of Pole - Karta Polaka
  • (if there is one)
  • 4. Settlement Permit
  • (if there is one)
  • 5. Residence Card
  • (if there is one)
  • 6. Two signed photographs
  • (3,5 x 4,5 cm, passport type)
  • 7. Two signed declarations
  • NFZ Declaration
    Financial Declaration
  • 8. Valid medical certificate with confirmation that candidate is allowed to study
  • it's sworn translation into Polish - or medical certificate issued by Polish doctor.
  • 9. Master's diploma or bachelor's diploma with sworn translation into Polish
  • The diploma should be filed along with a legalization (http://www.msz.gov.pl/en/travel_to_poland/polands_missions_abroad/polish_missions_abroad ) issued by Polish Embassy or with the apostille.
  • 10. Supplement, i.e. transcript of student's grades which includes information on credited or not credited subjects and on the grades he received during the didactic process – original document and photocopy.
  • The scale for the grades the student could receive at the higher education institution. Documents with sworn translation into Polish.
  • 11. The certificate confirming that the candidate's master's diploma or bachelor's diploma allows him/her to take up higher education studies at all types of higher education institutions in the country in which the graduation certificate of education was issued.
  • Such certificate may be issued by the equivalent of Ministry of Education (“Ministerstwo Oświaty”) in a given country (in that case this document should be translated into Polish by a sworn translator).
  • 12. Application form
  • 13. Documented at least three years managerial experience

The diploma should be filed along with a legalization (http://www.msz.gov.pl/en/travel_to_poland/polands_missions_abroad/polish_missions_abroad) issued by Polish Embassy or with the apostille. Legalization is required from candidates whose country is not on the above list concerning apostille (according to The 5 October 1961 Hague Convention Abolishing the Requirement of Legalization for Foreign Public Documents). Legalization may be issued by the embassy of the Republic of Poland in a given country. International Baccalaureat and European Baccalaureat – do not need legalization or apostille. (WARNING: Legalization and apostille are required even if a given country signed an agreement lifting the necessity of an official recognition of foreign certificates and diplomas from a given country.)



Wrocław University of Economics
ul. Komandorska 118/120
53-345 Wrocław


Executive MBA Office
room 217, building Z

Executive MBA Office is open:
Monday – Friday: 9:00-16:00
Saturday – Sundays
(only when classes take place): 9:00 -13:00