Practical information

Name of Institution

University College of Social Sciences in Częstochowa


Edyta Sadowska PhD


ul. Nadrzeczna 7, 42-200 Częstochowa, Poland





International Office



ul. Nadrzeczna 7, 42-200 Częstochowa, Poland




+48 34 365 58 02

+48 34 365 48 59

Head of International Office

Joanna Urbaniak MA

Erasmus Institutional Coordinator

Jarosław Kopera M.Sc. Eng.

Person in charge of outgoing students, incoming students and staff mobility

Joanna Urbaniak MA


+48 34 365 58 02


Opening hours

Tuesday- Friday: 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.

room 206


Deadlines for sending application forms


Applications deadline

01July 2017 – first semester and whole academic year

01 December 2017 – second semester

Learning Agreement submission deadline

30 August 2017 – first semester and whole academic year

10 January  2018 – second semester

Website for application forms

Necessary documents

·     Application form- please fill it out with capital letters

·     Learning Agreement- it must be signed and stamped by your University

·     Copy of the ID Card or Passport

·     Photo


Academic information


Academic Calendar

winter semester - beginning of October 2017 - end of January 2018

summer semester - beginning of February 2018- middle of  June 2018

Examination session

winter examination session - end of January 2018

resit examination session – beginning of February 2018

summer examination session – end of June 2018

resit summer examination session – September 2018


Practical information for incoming students


Arrival Dates

1st Term: Always at the beginning of October

2nd Term: Always at the beginning of February


We offer the accommodation in the Student Residence. Each room in the residence is equipped with furniture, Internet access and cable tv.

Safety and health


European Health Insurance Card is compulsory for all EU students. A private accident policy is suggested.

Immigration Requirements

EU students (except Turkish) identity card or Passport.

Non European and Turkish students must have a student visa.







According to the College’s policy all Erasmus students undergo the same grading system as Polish students. The result achieved in a subject, whether through continuous assessment or in an examination, is generally expressed in a 2.0 to 5.0 grading scheme. The lowest passing grade is 3.0.


5.0 (excellent) – outstanding performance

4.5 (very good) – above the average standard but with some errors

4.0 (good) – generally sound work with a number of notable errors

3.5 (satisfactory) – fair but with significant shortcomings

3.0 (sufficient) – performance meets the minimum criteria

2.0 (fail) – considerable further work is required