• 78 000 PLN – for Polish citizens and permanent residence card/Polish Card holders
• 16 500 EUR – for other candidates
Course fee are paid in six instalments.
In justified cases, there is a possibility of a flexible payment schedule.
Admission process fee: PLN 1000 (EU citizens) or EUR 220 (non-EU-citizens), non-refundable
The costs of foreign banking services are covered by the payer.
In case of a successful recruitment result and not taking up studies in the current academic year, candidates gain the right to apply in the next edition without an obligation to pay the recruitment fee and participate in the recruitment process.
Additonal costs: participants cover all additional costs related to the business study session at the City University of New York, Baruch College (flight, accommodation etc.). The regular price covers costs related to the organization and conduction of the business seminar.
I instalment: after admission
II instalment: 31.10.2023
III instalment: 31.01.2024
IV instalment: 30.04.2024
V instalment: 31.08.2024
VI instalment: 31.10.2024
Bank transfer details:
Title: Name, Surname, instalment number- …
Politechnika Warszawska, Szkoła Biznesu
Bank PEKAO S.A. IV Oddział Warszawa
IBAN: PL 81 1240 1053 1111 0000 0500 5664 or 13 1240 1053 5111 6410 0010 0091
The OPEN Project – interest-free EU education loans.
It is possible to redeem up to 25% of the total tuition fee.
What is the OPEN project?
Interest-free loans for adult education. Borrowers do not bear any costs associated with their granting. Loans can be used to raise qualifications and develop competences in educational institutions in Poland and European Union countries.
What does it mean for you?
You have a chance to get back up to 25% of the total tuition fee.
Who can apply for the Open project?
For the loans can apply to adults residing in Poland, with full legal capacity. The obtained financial resources can be allocated to post-graduate studies, courses, training and other forms of adult education (except for bachelor studies, master studies and doctoral studies), lasting no longer than 24 months.