Institutional Requirements: â€˘ SSC+ HSC certificates and transcripts. (Get them recognized as Polish equivalents) â€˘ Bachelorâ€™s and Masterâ€™s certificates for graduate students â€˘ Two Letters of recommendation (this may be academic or professional) â€˘ Statement of Purpose â€˘ Resume â€˘ Scoresheet of English language test (IELTS/PTE/TOEFL) â€˘ Portfolio (if applicable) â€˘ Proof of funds â€˘ Medical tests â€˘ Any other documents stated specifically by the university of choice
Visa Requirements: â€˘ Find a Polish consulate near you â€˘ Read carefully ALL the information concerning visa application on the consulateâ€™s website and follow ALL the instructions. â€˘ Make a visa appointment with the consulate through their website. â€˘ Prepare the necessary documents. â€˘ Application form â€˘ Valid passport â€˘ Biometric photos â€˘ Health insurance info â€˘ Financial documentation. â€˘ University confirmation letter. â€˘ The specifics of the required documentation may vary among consulates, so confirm them with the consulateâ€™s website. â€˘ Submit all the documents including a printed and signed application form and the visa fee.
Pre-departure Checklist Important things to ensure before leaving for Australia: â—Ź Book airline tickets â—Ź Purchase travel and health insurance â—Ź Arrangement of accommodation on arrival to Australia â—Ź Arrangement of transport to home in Australia from the airport â—Ź Check baggage and customs policy Documents that you must have on you before leaving for the airport: â—Ź Passport â—Ź Airline tickets â—Ź Insurance certificates â—Ź Letter of Acceptance (the one sent by the university or college) â—Ź Key addresses and phone numbers â—Ź The bank statement evidencing the required funds â—Ź Prescriptions for any medication you might be carrying â—Ź Cash or travelerâ€™s cheques â—Ź Medical and immunization records â—Ź Past certificates and transcripts evidencing previous education
Educational Requirements: The requirements for admission differ according to university, program and level of study. But, by and large, the need to meet a minimum score in an English language test is a requisite in all cases. The most popular is the IELTS exam; the minimum score for undergraduate applicants is 6.0 (with no band less than 5.5) and postgraduate applicants 6.5 (with no band less than 6.0). GMAT (Graduate Management Admission Test) and PTE (Pearson Tests of English) are pretty standard alternatives to IELTS.