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 Admission step by step

 

​In order to successfully complete the admission process for SGH, please read the following step-by-step guide.

1. Internet Registration System

To start your application to SGH, you need to: 

  • create an account in the Internet Registration System and fill in the required forms, in particular: basic personal data, maturity exam/school-leaving grades, and other selected achievements;
  • upload a photo of yourself – we will use it for your student ID card;
  • pay an application fee (85 PLN) to the individual bank account number of provided in the Internet Registration System;
  • choose the modes of study you are interested in (or particular programmes if you wish to study in English) and do not forget to arrange them according to your preferences. 
Within the period specified in the Rector's Order on the admission schedule, you are also required to upload the scans of:
  • your educational document (maturity exam or school-leaving diploma); 
  • a school contest or sporting achievement certificate (if applicable);
  • a document confirming your knowledge of English at least at B2 level (applicable only when applying to studies in English).

Please check your account regularly for important announcements.

You may modify most of the data until the end of the registration period (unmodifiable data is marked with a padlock icon). The last day of registration ​is also your deadline for paying the application fee. 


2. Qualification procedure

If you are applying to studies in Polish, the qualifying procedure is based on your maturity exam or school-leaving results. You may obtain up to 333 qualification points in total in four subject categories (see table below).

If you are a laureate or a finalist of a Polish national school contest or have significant sporting achievements, please read more in the ‘School contests and sport achievements’ tab.

If you are applying to studies in English, you will be qualified based on the verification of submitted documents and, if the number of applicants exceeds the number of available seats, the additional factor taken into account is the chronological order of applications. The date of your application is the moment of choosing the appropriate cycle of study in the Internet Registration System.


Maturity exam or school-leaving grades

You may submit your grades in four subject categories, but in each subject category results may be submitted from only one subject and results from the same subject cannot be submitted twice (regardless of the subject’s level). 


A lack of results in one of the categories does not disqualify you from the admission procedure – you simply receive zero points in that category.

The following table shows how qualification points are awarded to candidates who have taken the Polish “Nowa Matura” exam:

​Subject category Required level​ Qualification points​
Subject I:
Mathematics or Physics ​
​written extended ​1% = 1 point, max. 100 points;

Additional points awarded for bilingual classes level:
1% = 1/3 point
Subject II:
Physics, Informatics, Geography, History, Social Studies, or Economy
​written extended ​1% = 1 point, max. 100 points;

Additional points awarded for bilingual classes level:
1% = 1/3 point
​Foreign language I:
English, German, Russian, French, Spanish, or Italian
​written extended ​1% = 1 point, max. 100 points;

Points awarded for bilingual classes level:
1% = 4/3 point, but no more than 100 points
Foreign language II:
English, German, Russian, French, Spanish, or Italian
​written standard or extended ​Points awarded for standard or extended level:
1% = 1/3 point, max. 33 points;

Points awarded for bilingual classes level:
1% = 4/9 point, but no more than 33 and 1/3 points
 

NOTE! If you are applying based on a document other than the Polish “Nowa Matura” certificate, please read more in the ‘score converter’ tab.



3. Document submission

Once you receive a message through the Internet Registration System stating that you have been qualified for admission to studies, a new tab will be unlocked in the system with documents that you should sign using the qualified electronic signature (QES), Polish trusted profile (eGo, ePUAP) or your personal electronic signature ('podpis osobisty' in Polish) – and submit them through the Internet Registration System.

If at the time of document submission you are still a minor, your parents or legal guardians are required to provide you with their written consent concerning your admission to studies. The document will be available through the Internet Registration Sytem. It should be signed by your parents or legal guardians using the qualified electronic signature (QES), Polish trusted profile (eGo, ePUAP) or their personal electronic signature ('podpis osobisty' in Polish), and submitted through your personal account in the Internet Registration System.

4. Additional admission rounds

Applicants who have not been qualified for any of their study preferences or have been qualified for a study preference other than their highest one have the right to declare their intention to participate in the next admission round by clicking the button “I want to participate in the next admission round.” There are no additional fees associated with such declaration.  

Applicants who have not been qualified for any of their study preferences or have been qualified for a study preference other than their highest one have the right to declare their intention to participate in the next admission round by clicking the button “I want to participate in the next admission round.” There are no additional fees associated with such declaration.  

Applicants who have not been qualified for any of their study preferences and wish to participate in the next admission round, providing it is launched, should declare their intention through the Internet Registration System. Applicants who forgo their right to declare participation in the next admission round will be issued a decision on rejection of admission. 

Applicants who have been qualified for a study preference other than their highest one should submit their documents within the period specified in the admission schedule. Those who wish to participate in the next admission round, providing it is launched, should also declare their intention through the Internet Registration System. Failure to submit documents within the specified period will be considered tantamount to resignation from the admission process, resulting in issuing a decision on rejection of admission, regardless of the declaration made in the Internet Registration System. Applicants who are not qualified for one of the higher study preferences in the additional admission round, will remain on the list of persons admitted to the programme or form of study, for which they submitted their documents. The applicants qualified for a higher study preference will be automatically moved to the relevant study programme.  

The deadline for declaring one’s intention to participate in the next admission round is 3:00 p.m. on the last that of the given document submission period. 

The decision on launching an additional admission round is made by the University Admissions Committee, providing that the admission limit has not been reached as a result of the completed round of document verification. The UAC may launch no more than two rounds of additional qualification. 


Legal basis: 

SGH Senate Resolution no. 540 of 26 June 2019​ and no. 731 of 27 May 2020​ (a consolidated English version will be available soon).