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The University of Life Sciences in Lublin has two admission cycles:

a) main admission from 1 March to 31 May,

b) additional admission from 1 June to 15 September.

The academic year 2021/2022 starts on 1 October 2021 and ends on 30 September 2022. It consists of two semesters.

Admission STEP BY STEP

1. Choose a programme of study (you will find a list of programmes on our website). 

2. Print and fill in the Application Form (downloaded from the ULSL website), sign it and scan together with the rest of the documents: – Scan of the secondary school certificate authorizing the candidate to enter the university in the country of issuance.

– The candidate is required to present a transcript of records – a grade sheet – showing the academic achievements at school (subjects, grades, credits). A secondary school transcript may be called “testimonial” in some countries. Candidate should include an explanation of how the grading system works in the country the certificate(s) come from (ie. which grades are the best, and which are the poorest) e.g. 6 – excellent, 5- very good, etc. The transcript of academic records should be legalized (or bear an Apostille). The secondary school transcript (if on a separate sheet) should also be legalized or have the Apostille.

– Please be aware that your certificates, diplomas, and transcripts, will have to bear the the stamp of legalization from the Polish Embassy of the country where the certificate, diploma or transcript was issued (except if the documents were issued in the country which is a part of the Hague Convention – then Apostille is needed). You may also be asked to provide an eligibility statement for your credentials, issued by appropriate educational authorities or consular office. Master degree course applicants have to submit their Bachelor diploma and Academic Transcript of Records (originals or copies authenticated by a notary public and, if applicable, a certified translation to English).

When you apply to Veterinary Medicine programme: Obtain grades of at least: 65% of a maximum grade in biology and 65% of a maximum grade in chemistry or 65% of a maximum grade of the subject covering chemistry and biology programme in your secondary school certificate. In case of grades lower than 65% of respective maximum grades, the candidate will have an interview via the Internet (e.g. MS Teams) or at ULSL on the date agreed with the University.

– Scan/Copy of Passport (page with personal data, address and photo).

– Scan/Copy of certificate confirming knowledge of English language (minimum B2 level), or any document confirming the knowledge of English (if secondary school education is in other than English language).

– Health Certificate (downloaded from the ULSL website) confirming that candidate is eligible for the chosen programme. The documents must be submitted in English or translated either into English or Polish by a sworn translator.

3. Pay the admission fee  (EUR 150). In order to complete the submission of your application please contact the University staff: admission@up.lublin.pl  they will provide you with the account number. 

4. Submit all the above documents (together with the proof of payment) to e-mail: admission@up.lublin.pl

Please note that your application will be considered only when you submit all the documents together with the proof of admission fee payment.

5. You will be informed via email about your application status.

6. Pay the tuition fee for one academic year (or one semester).

7. Wait for the documents that are necessary to apply for a Visa. – The Final Acceptance Letter – The Recommendation Letter to the Polish Embassy – The Certificate of Enrollment. We will send it to you after receipt of the signed Offer Letter and confirmation of payment (the money have to be on our account).

8. You made it! Nice to see you as one of our students!

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– Please make sure that you have the originals of the required documents, because you will need to submit them after your arrival to Poland. 

– In addition, within 30 days of admission (after your stay in Poland), student has to present an insurance policy or a European Health Insurance Card, or sign an insurance agreement with the National Health Fund.

  • Undergraduate programme / Bachelor

    To qualify for a 3.5-year undergraduate programme the candidate has to meet the following requirements:

    1. Present the secondary school-leaving certificate authorising the candidate to enter the university in the country of its issuing.
    2. Submit all the required documents.
    3. Pay fees in due course:
      – admission fee – before submitting documents,
      – tuition fee – after signing the agreement with ULS in Lublin.

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    1. The application form < go to form >
    2. A photocopy of either the secondary school-leaving examination certificate or the secondary school-leaving diploma authorising the candidate to enter the university in the country of its issuing. The original certificate available upon request. The copy will be legalised by the University. The documents must be submitted in English or translated either into English or Polish by a sworn translator. Certificates, diplomas, and transcripts, will have to bear the the stamp of legalization from the Polish Embassy of the country where the certificate, diploma or transcript was issued (except if the documents were issued in the country which is a part of the Hague Convention – then Apostille is needed). You may also be asked to provide an eligibility statement for your credentials, issued by appropriate educational authorities or consular office. 
    3. A document certifying the B2 level of English (e.g. FCE, CAE, TELTC, TOEFL, TELC) if secondary school education was in other than English language.
    4. An initially legalised photocopy of the passport page with a photograph.
    5. A photograph (35mm x 45 mm) and an electronic photograph.
    6. A medical certificate < go to form > excluding any contraindications to undertake the study.
    7. An insurance policy or a European Health Insurance Card – after arriving in Poland.
    8. The proof of payment of EUR 150 admission fee into the University bank account. Please contact the University staff: admission@up.lublin.pl  they will provide you with the account number. 

      * The University of Life Sciences in Lublin reserves the right to verify all information that you have provided in your application.
    ** If study is not undertaken, admission fee is not refundable.

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    All required document should be sent to:

    University of Life Sciences in Lublin

    Admissions and Education Promotion Office
    Akademicka 15

    20-950 Lublin, POLAND

     

  • Graduate programme / Master

    To qualify for a 5,5 year programme veterinary medicine the candidate has to meet the following requirements:

    1. Present the secondary school-leaving certificate authorising the candidate to enter the university in the country of its issuing.
    2. Obtain grades of at least: 65% of a maximum grade in biology and chemistry or 65% of a maximum grade of the subject covering chemistry and biology programme. In case of grades lower than 65% of respective maximum grades, the candidate will have to take the entrance exam via the Internet (e.g. Skype) or at the ULSL on the date agreed with the University. 
    3. Submit all the required documents. Pay fees in due course:
      • admission fee – before submitting documents.
    4. tuition fee – after signing the agreement with ULS in Lublin.
    • To qualify for a 1,5 year programmes: agriculture, green urban planning, management and production engineering the candidate has to meet the following requirements:

    1. Completed 1st cycle studies – diploma of an engineer from the following faculties. Candidates complete the declaration regarding the implementation of ECTS points in the completed related of the first cycle.
    2. Related engineering studies are considered to end with the award of the title of professional engineer, while the learning outcomes in the field of knowledge obtained at first degree studies overlap at least in 60% with the effects of education applied to first degree studies in a related field. The number of ECTS points implemented in the studies related to the field with the content consistent with the content of the chosen field of study determines the degree of implementation of learning outcomes consistent with the chosen field of study. The number of ECTS with matching content can not be less than 126.
    3. Pay fees in due course:
    – admission fee – before submitting documents,
    – tuition fee – after signing the agreement with ULS in Lublin. 

    REQUIRED DOCUMENTS: 

    1. The application form < go to form >
    2.  Original/duplicate of bachelor diploma, the original (for inspection) and a copy of the supplement of the first cycle graduate diploma together with its sworn translation into English language. The documents must be submitted in English or translated either into English or Polish by a sworn translator. Certificates, diplomas, and transcripts, will have to bear the stamp of legalization from the Polish Embassy of the country where the certificate, diploma or transcript was issued (except if the documents were issued in the country which is a part of the Hague Convention – then Apostille is needed). You may also be asked to provide an eligibility statement for your credentials, issued by appropriate educational authorities or consular office. 
    3. A document certifying the B2 level of English (e.g. FCE, CAE, TELTC, TOEFL, TELC) if secondary school education was in other than English language.
    4. An initially legalised photocopy of the passport page with a photograph.
    5. A photograph (35mm x 45 mm) and an electronic photograph.
    6. A medical certificate < go to form > excluding any contraindications to undertake the study.
    7. An insurance policy or a European Health Insurance Card – after arriving in Poland.
    8. The proof of payment of EUR 150 admission fee into the University bank account. Please contact the University staff: admission@up.lublin.pl  they will provide you with the account number. 

     * ULSL reserves the right to verify all information that you have provided in your application.
    ** If study is not undertaken, admission fee is not refundable.

    All required document should be sent to: University of Life Sciences in Lublin

    Admissions and Education Promotion Office
    Akademicka 15; 20-950 Lublin, POLAND

  • Undergraduate programme / Bachelor

    ANIMAL SCIENCE AND DAIRY PRODUCTION

    Modern foreign language and final grade from one selected subject: biology, mathematics, chemistry, geography, computer science, physics and astronomy. Knowledge of English confirmed by a certificate, for example: FCE, CAE, TOEIC, TOEFL, TELC, if secondary school education was in a language other than English.

    EQUINE MANAGEMENT AND CARE

    The final mark from one selected subject: biology, mathematics, chemistry, geography, computer science, physics and astronomy. Knowledge of English confirmed by a certificate, for example: FCE, CAE, TOEIC, TOEFL, TELC, if secondary school education was in a language other than English.

    The candidate should have a medical certificate, which confirms the absence of contraindications for riding, issued by a physician entitled to sports and medical certification.

    MANAGEMENT AND PRODUCTION ENGINEERING

    Modern foreign language and final grade from one selected subject: biology, mathematics, chemistry, geography, computer science, physics and astronomy. Knowledge of English confirmed by a certificate, for example: FCE, CAE, TOEIC, TOEFL, TELC, if secondary school education was in a language other than English.

     
  • Graduate programme / Master

    VETERINARY MEDICINE

    Final grades in biology and chemistry at least: 65% of the maximum biology grade and 65% of the maximum chemistry grade, or 65% of the maximum grade in the subject containing chemistry and biology. If the candidate has grades lower than 65% of the maximum grade, he is required to pass the biology and chemistry entrance examination.

    Knowledge of English confirmed by a certificate, for example: FCE, CAE, TOEIC, TOEFL, TELC, if secondary school education was in a language other than English.

    AGRICULTURE

    Diploma of a foreign university authorizing to continue education in a state that issued a diploma confirming the completion of higher education (3.5-4 years) in the field of agriculture or a related field. A direction is a related direction, the learning outcomes of which at first level studies overlap at least in 60% with the learning outcomes of first-cycle studies in the field of which the candidate is applying. The determinant is the number of ECTS points obtained, which can not be less than 126. Knowledge of English confirmed by a certificate such as FCE, CAE, TOEIC, TOEFL, TELC, if the study course was in a language other than English. Candidates from related fields are required to submit declarations of a related field during recruitment

    GREEN URBAN PLANNING 

    Diploma of a foreign university authorizing to continue education in a state that issued a diploma confirming the completion of higher studies (3.5-4 years) in the field of architecture and urban planning, landscape architecture, spatial management or a related field. A direction is a related direction, the learning outcomes of which at first level studies overlap at least in 60% with the learning outcomes of first-cycle studies in the field of which the candidate is applying.

    The determinant is the number of ECTS points obtained, which can not be less than 126. Knowledge of English confirmed by a certificate such as FCE, CAE, TOEIC, TOEFL, TELC, if the study course was in a language other than English. Candidates from related fields are required to submit declarations of a related field during recruitment.

    PLANT PROTECTION AND PHYTOSANITARY CONTROL 

    Diploma of a foreign university authorizing to continue education in a state that issued a diploma confirming the completion of higher studies (3.5-4 years) in the field of plant protection and phytosanitary control or a related field. A direction is a related direction, the learning outcomes of which at first level studies overlap at least in 60% with the learning outcomes of first-cycle studies in the field of which the candidate is applying.

    The determinant is the number of ECTS points obtained, which can not be less than 126. Knowledge of English confirmed by a certificate such as FCE, CAE, TOEIC, TOEFL, TELC, if the study course was in a language other than English. Candidates from related fields are required to submit declarations of a related field during recruitment.

    HIPOLOGY AND HORSE RIDING (Horse Usage specialty)

    Diploma of a foreign university authorizing to continue education in a state that issued a diploma confirming the completion of higher education (3.5-4 years) in a related field. The direction is related to the direction of which the learning outcomes obtained in the first-cycle studies overlap at least in 60% with the learning outcomes of first-cycle studies in the field of hipology and equestrianism. The determinant is the number of ECTS points obtained, which can not be less than 126. Knowledge of English confirmed by a certificate such as FCE, CAE, TOEIC, TOEFL, TELC, if the study course was in a language other than English. Candidates from related fields are required to submit declarations of a related field during recruitment. Candidates are subject to a test of contact with the horse. Candidates should have a medical certificate on the absence of contraindications to practice horse riding issued by a doctor authorized to the sports and medical certification.

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Find more information about ULSL, city and student’s life in our Welcome Guide!

WHY ULSL?

Since 1944, University of Life Sciences in Lublin has been combining academic tradition with a modern approach to science and education. As a multi-profile University, it integrates agricultural, biological, veterinary, technical, economic and social sciences, giving students access to some of the most effective and modern teaching and learning approaches that better prepare them for real-world careers.

PRACTICAL INFORMATION 

LUBLIN is one of the largest academic centres in Poland with five universities, and several private higher schools as well as public research institutes. Over 6000 foreign students from nearly 100 countries study in Lublin. The University of Life Sciences in Lublin is the oldest University with a natural-technical profile established in post-war Poland. Over 70 years of activity in the field of science and education has consolidated our strong position in the Polish higher education. 

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