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Required documents

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 Required documents


1. Create an account in DreamApply (click here). Apply for a programme. While entering data remember that your correspondence address will be the address for sending original invitation letter.

2. Provide your data and upload scans of documents mentioned below in your personal DreamApply account. After all required documents are uploaded, submit the application.

3. Pay admission fee (85 PLN) to NCU bank account (bottom of the page) - 150 PLN for programmes with practical exams - ask us which ones.

4. Wait for any comments from the Department of International Cooperation. If the documentation is complete and admission fee is paid, your application will be reviewed by the Faculty.

5. If necessary, the Faculty will ask you to come for an interview or practical exam.

6. Deadline for admission is 10 July 2020. The list of accepted candidates will be announced 15 July 2020 on this website. After you are accepted, pay the tuition fee for the winter semester immediately. Then you will receive an invitation for VISA purposes.


Documents in foreign languages must be translated into Polish or English by a sworn translator. All documents have to be uploaded in the Dream Apply system. If we have doubts whether the certificate or diploma allows you to study, we require a confirmation from school or university by which the diploma was issued.

Information concerning requirements for admission to English-taught programmes offered by NCU Collegium Medicum in Bydgoszcz (that is: Medicine, Nursing, Physiotherapy, Laboratory Medicine) can be found here: general admission requirements at NCU Collegium Medicum àlink do:

Full-time Bachelor studies (1st cycle) and long-cycle studies:


Full-time Master studies (2nd cycle):


Admission to studies occurs AFTER PROVIDING ORIGINAL DOCUMENTS ON THE LAST WEEK OF SEPTEMBER (the exact date will be provided in August 2020).

* Apostille is attached to your original document to verify it is legitimate and authentic.

**Legalization of diploma

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 educational documents may thus be significant for determining the country within whose education system a document was issued and whether it is necessary to verify its authenticity. In some countries, such as Poland, the internal laws oblige a qualification holder to legalise their document before taking it abroad. Legalisation of a document by the relevant authorities in the country in which it was issued increases its credibility.

Certificates may be legalised (or receive an apostille – see below) by: