Applying to Coventry University Wrocław

Applying to Coventry University Wrocław

Thank you for your interest in Coventry University Wrocław. We are delighted that you are considering studying with us.

Below you will find sections on how to apply and our English language requirements. Check our academic calendar for the different entry points we offer throughout the year on our courses.

English language requirements

Since all of our courses are taught in English, all non- native English speaking students will need to have achieved a certain standard of English before studying with us (currently IELTS Level 6.0).

A telephone interview to assess English language skills will be arranged for non-native English speakers. 

If you hold IELTS Level 6.0 (with no component less than 5.5) or equivalent, you will not have to complete the telephone interview. 

How to apply

If you would like to apply for one of our courses you will need to complete the application form below and submit here. You can find more details and download links at the end of the page.

We offer personal, step by step application support from our admissions staff. Should you have any questions or queries you can contact the team through our online enquiry form or call us on
(+48) 71 748 85 55.

EU / Polish students

Before you apply

  1. Check our Courses.
  2. Read our Entry requirements.
  3. Check our Payment Information.
  4. Collect the proof of your qualifications.

Apply

  1. Read our How to apply guidance.
  2. Download our application form. Make sure you fill in all the boxes and sign your application.
  3. Attach the proof of your qualifications (copies of certificates, transcripts of grades, or statements of results).
  4. Click on the 'Submit Your Application' button and fill in all the boxes. Upload all of the previous documents: Application form, Proof of your qualifications.
  5. Click Submit.

International students

Before you apply

  1. Check our Courses.
  2. Read our Entry requirements.
  3. Check our Payment Information.
  4. Check that you meet the required Visa conditions. The website of the Republic of Poland details the basic requirements for the ‘D-Visa’ and supporting documents. In-depth information can be obtained from your in-country Polish Consulate or Embassy for country-specific requirements.
  5. Check that you meet the required conditions for the ‘Temporary Residence Permit’. For details visit The Office for Foreigners Website.
  6. Collect the proof of your qualifications.

Apply

  1. Read our How to apply guidance.
  2. Download our application form. Make sure you fill in all the boxes and sign your application.
  3. If you're an International Student, download our Visa Eligibility Form. Make sure you fill in all the boxes and sign your form.
  4. Attach the proof of your qualifications (copies of certificates, Visa eligibility form, transcripts of grades, or statements of results).
  5. Click on the 'Submit Your Application' button and fill in all the boxes. Upload all of the previous documents: Application form, Proof of your qualifications.
  6. Click Submit.

After you apply

  1. If your application is successful, CUW Admissions will provide an Offer Letter and a ‘Zaświadczenie’ document (CUW declaration confirming your admission).
  2. Set an appointment with the local Polish Consulate to apply for ‘D-Visa’ (via e-Konsulat system online).
  3. Submit ‘D-Visa’ application to in-country Consulate with supporting documentation (including Offer Letter and ‘Zaświadczenie’.)
  4. If your application is successful, collect your ‘D-Visa’ from your Consulate (15 days later in normal circumstances).

When you arrive in Poland

  1. Make yourself at home!
  2. Get your ‘Temporary Residence Permit’. Download and complete your permit application form available at the Portal for Foreigners of Wroclaw Lower Silesian Voivodeship Office
         a. schedule a meeting at the Voivodeship Office via the online booking form
         b. bring your completed application form, offer letter, and ‘Zaświadczenie’ with you for your visit to the Voivodeship Office.
  3. If your application is successful, collect your Temporary Residence Card in due time (up to 60 days later in normal circumstances).

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