Second cycle programme (MA) lasts three semesters, in order to obtain the degree students need to prepare and defend their Master thesis.

In summer semestr CUE offers the following full-time Master’s programme:

Major programme: Logistics, specialty: Business Logistics

Full-time (daily) programmes are held from Monday till Friday all day long.

The launching of the programme is conditioned by an appropriate number of candidates.

Applicants for Master's programmes should hold the degree of Master's, Bachelor's, Engineer, or an equivalent degree.

NOTE!

Foreign candidates who hold the above mentioned degree from outside of Poland may apply for Master’s programmes at CUE only if their  diploma has been legalized and entitles to apply for Master’s programmes in the country of issue.

In order to verify if the above mentioned diploma issued outside of Poland entitles to apply for Master studies in Poland, it’s necessary to send the following documents to the Teaching Department (studiainfo@uek.krakow.pl): copy of the diploma and transcript of records translated into Polish

Please note that the launching of the programme is conditioned by anappropriate number of candidates.

 

Any further information about admission process is available at CUE's Teaching Department, Kraków, ul. Rakowicka 27, Main Building, rooms 107-108, phone: +48 (12) 293 56 28, 293 54 25, e-mail: studiainfo@uek.krakow.pl 

More information about studies held in English (description of major of study, programmes of study) is available at International Programmes Office – https://bpz.uek.krakow.pl/magisterskie.html

Admission to full-time Master’s programme is based on entrance exam results

Graduates of other higher education institutions take a written qualification test which verifies the necessary knowledge enabling them to attend the chosen major programme.

Entry exam for alumni of different universities/higher institutions.

- Logistics: examination in logistics

A candidate can be admitted only to one major programme.

Application process/Required documents:

STEP 1:

from 01.02.2022 to 06.02.2022 (Applicable to persons apply on the basis of entrance exam)

  1. open your account on Internetowa Rekrutacja Kandydatów IRK irk.uek.krakow.pl (Online Candidate Admissions)
  2. send to the Teaching Department (studiainfo@uek.krakow.pl) the copies of the following documents:
    • diploma of completing first cycle studies, or a certificate of completing studies
    • diploma supplement
    • translation of the diploma and supplement into the Polish language (if you posses it)
    • a copy of your passport (page with a photo)
    • a copy of additional document–check what document is required (Additional document )
  1. make payment of the admission fee (amount and individual account number available on your IRK account)

The entrance exam can be taken by all persons, including those who are not holders of the degree of master, bachelor or engineer. Candidates who are not holders of a diploma may apply for admission, but the passing of the exam does not guarantee admission until their diplomas are verified.

The entrance examination for full-time Master’s programmes will be held on 18th of February 2022. The list of admitted candidates will be announced after the entrance examination, and admission will be conditioned by submission of a graduation diploma or, possibly, a certificate of the defense of a diploma dissertation along with the documents required at the second step.

In case of any questions regarding recruitment process you may contact the staff via e-mail: studiainfo@uek.krakow.pl
or telephone: +48 12 2935628, +48 12 293 5425.

Note!

Make sure you meet qualification requirements – remember that only properly completed and paid-for forms are considered in the admissions process!

 Entrance exam: 18 February 2022

Entrance exams are computer-aided tests (stationary, at the University).

Announcement of candidates qualified for admission on the basis of the entrance exam – 25 February 2022

STEP 2:

(Applicable to persons admitted on the basis of the entrance exam, who have already defended their diploma dissertations)

Submitting documents:

from 01.03.2022 to 04.03.2022

The full acceptance is conditioned by submitting following documents:

  1. Undergraduate (Bachelor) studiem certificate (Legalised, translated) (  Download) – original and copy
  1. Supplement or Transcript of Records for the whole period of Bachelor level studies (Legalised and translated) (  Download) – original and copy
  1. The certificate confirming that the candidate’s Bachelor’s Diploma allows him/her to undertake Master’s studies in the country of issue.

Such certificate may be issued by the equivalent of Ministry of Education („Ministerstwo Oświaty”) in a given country (in that case this dokument should be translated into Polish by a certified translator)

  1. A copy of additional document – check what document is required (Additional document )
  1. Printout of personal questionnaire – from Online Candidate Admissions
  1. Personal questionnaire
  1. Copy of passport/ID Card (page with photograph)
  1. Statement about citizenship
  1. original and copy of visa/residence permit, EU citizens – UE citizen’s registration of stay (Legalisation of stay )
  2. original and copy of health insurance covering the entire period of studies in Poland or copy of a European Health Insurance Card or insurance from the National Health Fund

NOTE:

Another person may submit documents on behalf of the candidate. In such a case authorisation is required (  download the form)
(podpiąć dokument Power of attorney 2021)

IMPORTANT:

Qualification for studies is not equivalent to admission – admission is conditioned by submission of a complete set of documents entitling a candidate to undertake second cycle studies.

Failure to submit the required documents at the second step  implies the removal of a candidate from the list of persons qualified for admission.

Documents required at the second step should be delivered in a special file folder which a candidate receives upon submitting documents.

Student electronic card will be issued afters ubmission of the documents required in the step 2.

More information is available at CUE’s Teaching Department

The Office is open from

Monday to Friday from
9.00 to 14.00
(excludingWednesdays).

Addres:

Kraków
ul. Rakowicka 27
Main Building, rooms 107-108

ENTRANCE EXAM

 

The entrance examination will be held on 18 February 2022.

On 16 February 2022, information on the time and place of the exam will be sent to email addresses submitted during the registration process (all candidates are obliged to get acquainted with this information).

On entering the examination room, candidates are required to present their passport/ID.

Entrance exams to all major programmes are computer-aided tests (stationary, at the University).

Tests contain 30 questions, 4 possible answers, single-choice questions.
Each correct answer - 1 point. Duration of the examination – 30 minutes (if a candidate chooses two study programmes, the examination lasts 60 minutes).

 

Admission to full-time MA programmes is based on the entrance examination:

    • Logistics – examination in logistics,

Examination topics for the candidates for full-time second cycle programmes at Cracow University of Economics:

 

Candidates shall make payment of application fees. In the academic year 2021/22 the fee is:

    • Application fee: 85 PLN for each chosen study programme

 

 

Depending on the number of study programmes, the system will calculate an appropriate amount of application fee.

 

The amount of application fee paid by a candidate must comply with the number of chosen study programmes! Otherwise, unpaid study programmes will not be considered in the admissions process.

 

NOTE

    1. 1. Payments should be made into individual account numbers generated in Internetowa Rekrutacja Kandydatów/IRK – Online Candidate Admissions/.
    2. Only admission fees should be paid into an account generated in the IRK system. Payments for tuition, student residence halls or student IDs shall be made into another account. No application fee payments should be made into an IRK account belonging to another candidate.
    3. We advise you that the confirmation of the payment of your application fee will be displayed on your IRK account within 3 working days after the date of the transfer of funds.
    4. It is recommended that due amounts be transferred via a system that guarantees a prompt transfer of funds. Payments made on the last day of registration shall be considered eligible for the admission process.
    5. You are requested NOT to use cash deposit machines on CUE campus – they will not be paid into individual accounts or displayed in the IRK system!

 

 

Fees for Bachelor’sand Master’sstudies held in English

All students enrolled in the studiem held in English at a Bachelor’s and Master’s level are liable to payment of tuition fees. The tuition fees are the same for Bachelor’s and Master’s level.

Full-time studies:

    • Tuition fee: 3000 PLN per semester

The total fee is payable for the firs tsemester, while payments in instalments are accepted for subsequent semesters

    • Student electronic card: 22 PLN

 

Part-time studies:

    • Tuition fee: 4700 PLN per semester

The total fee is payable for the first semester, while payments in instalments are accepted for subsequent semesters

    • Student electroniccard: 22 PLN

 

Please state the title of payment: your name and surname.

Legalisation of foreign documents of education

 

Legalisation is the certification of a document’s formal conformity with the law binding in the place of its issue or of the authenticity of the seals and signatures placed on the document. Legalisation of a document by the relevant authorities in the country in which it was issued increases its credibility.

 

    1. Legalisation with Apostille

If a country in which a given document was issued is a party to the Convention Abolishing the Requirement of Legalisation for Foreign Public Documents, concluded in The Hague, the document’s legalisation is replaced by an Apostille certificate attached to it. The list of countries – parties to the Convention and the institutions authorised to issue the Apostille is available here: https://www.hcch.net/en/instruments/conventions/authorities1/?cid=41

 

    1. Normal Legalisation

If a country in which a given document was issued is not a party to the aforementioned Convention, the document’s legalisation remains the responsibility of a Polish consular office in that country. Depending on the type of a document, Polish consular offices will use one of the three categories of legalisation clauses: full legalisation, standard legalisation, authentication.

 

More information about legalization or apostille is available here:  https://nawa.gov.pl/en/apostille-and-legalization/apostille-or-legalization-what-do-i-need

 

The list of Poland's missions abroad is available at: https://www.gov.pl/web/diplomacy

 

 Translation by a sworn translator

All official documents issued abroad should be translated into Polish by:

    • a Polish sworn translator registered on the list of translators published by the Ministry of Justice of the Republic of Poland

The list of Polish sworn translators may be found here:

https://arch-bip.ms.gov.pl/pl/rejestry-i-ewidencje/tlumacze-przysiegli/lista-tlumaczy-przysieglych/search.html

    • the consul of the Republic of Poland in the country in which documents were issued
    • a person registered as a sworn translator in an EU member state, an EFTA member state, an EEA member state, or an OECD member state.
    • an accredited diplomatic representative to Poland, or the consular office of the country in whose territory, or within whose educational system the documents in question were issued

 

More information about the Recognition of Academic Qualifications may be found:

- on the website of the Polish Ministry of Science and Higher Education:

https://nawa.gov.pl/en/recognition/recognition-for-academic-purposes

- on the ENIC-NARIC network website: http://www.enic-naric.net/

 

Health insurance:

All foreign students are required to hold disease and accident insurance in the territory of Poland. Two options are available:

-  insurance from Narodowy Fundusz Zdrowia (the National Health Fund), NFZ, ul. Batorego 24, Kraków,

-  a policy from an insurance company based in Poland.

In respect of EU citizens, their European Insurance Health Cards are deemed valid.

Legalization of stay:

All foreign students who wish to study in Poland are required to legalize their stay. 

-  The citizens of the EU and Switzerland are only required to register their stay;

-  Non-EU foreigners must hold an entry visa or a temporary stay permit.

Registration

Candidates for studies, after having acquainted themselves with the formal requirements, must register in the Internetowa Rekrutacja Kandydatów (Online Candidate Admissions/IRK) and make payment of the admission fee within the indicated deadline