Students who started their studies in the academic year 2018/19 or earlier:
All types of scholarships and grants can be applied for by students who:
- have a permanent residence card,
- have a Polish Card,
- have been granted refugee status on the territory of Poland,
- have received temporary protection on the territory of Poland
- are citizens of the European Union countries, EFTA member states or the Swiss Confederation, as well as their family members.
If a student does not meet any of these conditions, he/she cannot apply for any of the above mentioned benefits.
Students who started their studies in the academic year 2019/20 or later:
Students who meet one of the following conditions may apply for all types of scholarships:
- are citizens of a member state of the European Union, Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Norway or Iceland or a member of their family living in Poland,
- have a permanent residence permit (permanent residence card)
- are long-term residents of the European Union
- have a temporary residence permit to reunite with their family (the exact conditions are specified in the Act on Foreigners Art. 159(1) or Art. 186(1)(3) or (4))
- have been granted refugee status in Poland or enjoy temporary protection or subsidiary protection on the territory of Poland
- have a certificate confirming their knowledge of Polish as a foreign language at the level of at least C1
- have the Polish Card
- have a spouse or child, or a parent or grandparent - a Polish citizen residing on the territory of Poland
- have a permit for temporary residence in connection with scientific research (Article 151(1) or Article 151b(1) of the Act on Foreigners.
If a student does not meet any of these conditions, he/she cannot apply for a maintenance grant - the remaining forms of aid (rector's grant, scholarship for persons with disabilities and financial aid) are available to them.