Recruitment for studies

Recruitment 2022/2023 – First-cycle engineering studies in English

Recruitment schedule

Schedule of the recruitment procedure in 2022:


  1. From 1 March to 15 July – registration of candidates via the Internet Registration of Candidates (IRK) – completion of the application-questionnaire required – personal data, selected fields of study, matriculation examination results being the basis for calculating ranking points - and payment of the application fee.
  2. Until 15 July – delivery of translated into Polish secondary school (maturity) certificate, A certificate confirming the knowledge of English at least at B2 level, Apostille and their originals translated into Polish, legalization of the certificate/diploma, photocopy of the identity card (passport), Residence Card, Pole's Card.

    Failure to provide a Certificate of matriculation results in deletion from the list of admissions.

  3. 18 July – announcement of lists qualified for admission to studies; sending information about admission and the decision not to enroll for studies; information about starting supplementary recruitment for specific fields of study.
  4. 26 July – announcement of final adopted lists.
  5. 22 September – recruitment is completed.
  6. 1 October – matriculation and start of studies at the Military University of Technology.

Recruitment procedure

Recruitment procedure for studies at the Military University of Technology:


  1. Registration in the IRK system (Internet Registration of Candidates) – creating an account, entering personal data, choosing the fields of study.
  2. Payment of the enrollment fee to the account generated in the IRK system:

    Recipient: Military University of Technology, ul. gen. S. Kaliskiego 2, 00-908 Warsaw
    Title: Recruitment Fee 2022

  3. Sending a photo in an electronic version via the IRK system.
  4. Submission of the required documents within the prescribed period.

How to enroll in studies in the Internet Registration of Candidates?

Fields of civil studies

Required documents

Documents required for the 1st degree studies:

  1. Certificate confirming the knowledge of English at least at the B2 level on a global scale of language proficiency according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages. Examples of types of documents confirming the knowledge of the English language:

    – IELTS (International English Language Testing System) – Level 6.0,

    – CEFR (Common European Framework of Reference) – Level B2,

    – Cambridge FCE/B2 First,

    – TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) – 87-109 points,

    – TOEIC (Test of English for International Communication) – Level B2 (all skills: listening, speaking, reading, writing).

  2. A photocopy of a passport or other official identity document (original available for inspection).

  3. A photocopy of the legalized / apostille secondary school (maturity) certificate entitling to apply for admission to studies in the country in which it was issued.

  4. Translation of the diploma into Polish by a sworn translator entered in the list of translators at the Ministry of Justice;

  5. A photocopy of the Pole's Card (the original is available for inspection) or another document entitling to study free of charge, in accordance with art. 324 sec. 2 of the Law on Higher Education and Science.


All documents necessary for the recruitment process must be presented in Polish.


In the case of documents in a foreign language, a sworn translation into Polish is required by a sworn translator entered on the list of sworn translators of the Ministry of Justice of the Republic of Poland.


Documents authorizing to take up or continue studies should have an apostille stamp or legalization.


Apostille and legalization of the certificate/diploma
A foreign document entitling to undertake studies at an appropriate level should be certified in the form of an apostille or legalization.
Apostille is a certificate on the basis of which official documents (including certificates and diplomas) issued on the territory of one state are considered legal on the territory of another state. If the country in which the document was issued is a party to the Convention Abolishing the Requirement of Legalization of Foreign Public Documents, drawn up in The Hague on October 5, 1961 (Journal of Laws of 2005, No. 112, item 938), the legalization of the document includes country replaced by an apostille attached to the document.
The list of states parties to the convention and addresses of institutions issuing the apostille can be found on the website of the Hague Convention.
You can get an Apostille in the country that issued the document.
Legalization is a confirmation of the authenticity of a document (e.g. a certificate or diploma) issued in another country. It must be performed if it is not possible to obtain an apostille, because the country that issued the document did not accept the Hague Convention. If the country in which you obtained your diploma is not on the list of signatories to the Hague Convention, you should legalize this document.
Usually, the document is legalized by the consul of the Republic of Poland, competent for the country on whose territory or in whose education system the certificate was issued.
The list of foreign diplomatic missions is available on the website of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Republic of Poland.


The results obtained by the candidate in the subjects covered by the recruitment procedure are calculated and entered into the University Admissions System by the University on the basis of the presented documents.


If you have any questions, please contact:


Department of Education of the Military University of Technology


Ms. Natalia Pykacz – phone 261 839 316