1. Contacts

Social Academy of Sciences - Łódź
ul. Sienkiewicza 9
90-113 Łódź
Tel. 42 664 66 66
Fax 42 636 55 32
e-mail:
uczelnia@san.edu.pl www.san.edu.pl
NIP: 725-10-56-220

Social Academy of Sciences - Warsaw
ul. Łucka 11
00-842 Warszawa
tel. 22 656 36 15 - 101 Dean
tel. 22 656 36 16 - 1 Dean
tel. 22 656 32 60 - 120 Dean
fax: 379 22 68 34
E-mail: rekrutacja_wawa @ san. Edu.pl

Social Sciences Academy - Kraków
Faculty of Applied Sciences
ul. Smolensk 14, 31-112 Kraków
tel / fax: 12/346 31 21
mobile 604 573 194
email office: krakow @ social.








2. Erasmus+ Coordinator

Ernest Nowak

E-mail: erasmus@erasmus.com.pl

Tel: +48606388854

3. Academic Authority

Rector of the University: dr hab. Roman Patora, prof. Social Sciences Academy

4. General description of the University

The University of Social Sciences is also called SAN or Social Sciences Academy, located in the center of Warsaw, is a top university ranking which, due to close collaboration with Clark University (USA), enables its students to obtain the American MBA. Students may continue their studies in the USA or complete internships there.


The University of Social Sciences has been operating for 20 years winning numerous distinctions and awards. Leading positions of the UoSS in successive nation-wide rankings confirm the concern for the quality of education and increasing the position of the university in Poland.


Immense interest in the studies offered by the University of Social Sciences results from its emphasis on developing practical skills. The faculty of Journalism and Social Communications has at its disposal radio and television studios; The faculty of English Studies boasts high-tech language laboratories; The faculty of Finance and Accounting or Management has developed an extensive program around case studies.


The students are encouraged to participate in exchange programs and internships in prestigious partners throughout the world, among others, the Erasmus program.

Studies at the University of Social Sciences in Warsaw opens the door to a professional career which may begin in the course of studies!

  • The University is conveniently located in the center of Warsaw - 10 minutes from the Central Railway Station
  • Branch campuses of the University are located in the main Polish cities such as Warsaw, Kielce, Lodz, Cracow and 15 others, including a branch campus in London.
  • The UoSS employs top class academic staff and renowned practitioners and specialists to provide high quality study programs in both Polish and English.
  • The University of Social Sciences was the most popular non-public university in Poland in 2014 according to the Ministry of Science and Higher Education
  • Educational programs reflect the needs of the rapidly changing world
  • The University of Social Sciences educates approximately 15 000 students from Poland and abroad every year. International students come from countries such as: Norway, India, Mexico, Italy, Turkey, Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Nigeria, Iraq, Pakistan and many others.
  • The University boasts first-class learning facilities: radio and TV studios, computer labs, computer labs and a gym
  • University's buildings are conveniently located in the center of each city. Modern campuses are equipped with all the tools necessary in top quality and practical education processes. The well-prepared facilities include lecture rooms, workrooms, language labs, computer laboratories and conference halls, all with a wireless Internet connection. Additionally, students may use the library, a gym and a canteen.
  • The University has longstanding teaching experience in international education. It employs over 500 lecturers from Poland and abroad. The academic staff was selected from top-class researchers and renowned practitioners with corporate experience.
  • So far, more than 40,000 people graduated form the University of Social Sciences.
  • The UoSS runs a Student Career Center assisting students.
5. List of degree programs offered

WARSAW

FIRST Level - Bachelor


Specialization in rehabilitation of social prevention and crime prevention. SOCIO Criminology Socio criminology Social policy (NEW) INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS (NEW) Financial management and accounting Intercultural Management Business Informatics Specialization in visualization and information management system. LOGISTICS Logistics management - management module, Master of Science (MSc) in Business and Management (Master + Master) Public Health and Management - profiled in the module management. Third level - Doctor Seminal doctoral management INFORMATICS Doctoral seminar in computer science

BOAT

First level - Bachelor

Administration
Architecture and urban planning
National security
Journalism and communication
European studies
film and art audiovisual
Angielski philology
Finance and accounting
Physiotherapy
Geodesy and Cartography
Graphics
Computer Studies
Costomelogy
Logistic
News Media
Education
Special education
Resocialization
Social work
Law
Psychology
International Relations
Tourism and recreation
Management
Public health

Second level - Master


Computer science and IT
International Business Communication
International Business Management
Physiotherapy
Tourism and recreation
Masters of Science degree in professional communication (Clark University)
MBA (UoSS) + Master (Clark University)
Business psychology


Third level - Doctor


Information technology
Management
Applied linguistics

 

CRACOW

Management
English philology
Logistics
Cultural Studies
National Security
Informatics
Graphics
Summer Academy of language
Rehabilitation of social prevention and crime prevention

6. Accomodation

In Warsaw

University of Social Sciences has a dormitory in Warsaw http://www.akademik.spoleczna.pl/

Person to contact about accomodation is Mr Karolina Welc. kwelc@spoleczna.pl

It does not have dormitories in other cities. Students are advised to look for a place in the dormitory of other universities located in Krakow, Łódź, or other cities or to search for a room in privately owned flat. Warsaw University of Technology offers accommodation solutions. It is called Bank of Places and it opens on the 18th of October. Before 18th of October students can not get place in the dormitory.


You can find more details on:

http://old.students.pw.edu.pl/index.php?id=111

In Krakow


Thanks to the courtesy of the University of Economics Krakow and of Miss Agnieszka Nowak
we have information about possible accommodation.


Contact person: Agnieszka Nowak Phone: ''12 293 55 56''nowaka@uek.krakow.pl  When you send an email to this person please also inform Mr Ernest Nowak in the e-mail to  erasmus@erasmus.com.pl

Accommodation opportunities in Cracow Academy of Physical Education dorm.


Contact person: aneta.rudziejewska@awf.krakow.pl  when you send an email to this person also add to the mail  Erasmus@erasmus.com.pl

  • Dormitory Przemyska 3 Phone: 12 431 10 50
  • al. John Paul II 80, Kraków Phone : 12 683 14 28


Estimated prices for renting flats in Krakow (a min. is 800 PLN), price depends on the location and the number of bedrooms in the flat (the price is per flat and includes average cost of media, price is given
in Polish currency PLN). Note that prices for renting a flat for one semester might be higher than renting for the whole year.


A: Close neighborhood to the Old Town (~ 500 m from the City Center) Distance to Main Square or Cracow University of Economics: 5 – 15 min (walk)
B: Close neighborhood to the City Center. Distance to the Main Square or Cracow University of Economics: 15-30 min walk (5 –10 min by bus or tram)
C: Parts of the city located near to the center. Distance to the Main Square or Cracow University of Economics: 10-20 min (by bus or tram)
D: Far from the City Center but with well communicated by public transport. Distance to the Main Square or Cracow University of Economics: 20-30 min (by bus or tram )

Apart from rent price there are additional monthly costs (shared by the number of people living in
one flat):
- Electricity
- Water
- Gas
- administration fee
- internet

In Lodz


Hostelmolo.pl
Contact person Justyna Wielgus
Mobile 0048695380394

1000 PLN deposit
Single room 600 pln/month
Twin room 1000pln/month
Triple room 1400 pln/month

2 kitchen on 4 and 5 th floor
1 bathroom for every 2 rooms.

When contacting please mention that you were directed by Ernest Nowak from SAN

7. Insurance
8. Visa

Non EU / EEA students need to arrive in Poland with a student visa obtained at Polish Embassy or Consulate in their country of residence. It is important to remember that visas are granted for a maximum of three months. In order to extend the stay in Poland, it is necessary to apply for a residence permit for the specified time in the Voivodeship office 45 days before visa expiry date. For further assistance students are strongly urged to contact the International Relations Office of their university. More practical information about: coming to Poland, legalizing your stay, medical care and insurance, driving licenses, diplomatic missions in Poland is available at www.msz.gov.pl (Polish Ministry of Foreign Affairs).

9. For students

Medical care in Poland is not free of charge. Health insurance is mandatory for all students for the duration of their stay in Poland. The students from non-EU / EEA countries are recommended to buy medical insurance in their home country or immediately after their arrival in Poland. Otherwise students are required to pay for any health service they get. Foreign students are also advised to purchase third party liability insurance and accident insurance.


EU citizens living in Poland are legible for free health services, presenting their European Health Insurance Card (EHIC). EU citizens do not have insurance in their country of residence and non-EU citizens may sign an agreement with the National Health Fund and purchase insurance for the monthly fee of 40 PLN. Under the bilateral agreement the citizens of the UK, Sweden and Slovakia are entitled to free medical care. Under the agreement Czech Republic students are entitled to the necessary medical care in cases of sudden illness or accident. Optionally, you can buy additional insurance in the selected insurance company.


More information can be found on The National Health Fund website  www.nfz.gov.pl

Organization of the academic year / Academic year organization

11. ECTS Catalog

Contact to our students willing to help incoming students in Warsaw by email or by phone

Adrian Komorowski

0048 536 070 076

Email: to be added

 

BUS:
Lux Express:  https://www.luxexpress.eu/en
Polish Bus: http://www.polskibus.com/pl/index.htm


Train:
Polish State Railways: http://rozklad-pkp.pl/en

Ticket for students - around $ 1.50 (you have to show your card of the student)
Normal ticket - around £ 3
If you want to travel around Poland you can do it by train or by bus.
Warsaw - Krakow
€ 7.00 - € 7.17

MOBILE PHONE
If you have a SIM-lock free mobile you can get a SIM card as a "Play" for 5 zł which is 1.25 Euro It up with another 5 Zl it will be valid for a year.


CHANGE MONEY
The Polish currency is Zloty (1 euro = aprox.4,35 Zloty). Be aware that the exchange offices in the airport may charge a different rate for exchanging Euros for the Zloty. It would be better if you could have some english currency at your arrival. If not possible, I will advise you not to change more than 20-50 Euro at your arrival in the airport.

10. Cost of living

Costs of living in Poland are lower than in some other European countries.
Check here for details:  http://www.numbeo.com/cost-of-living/city_result.jsp?country=Poland&city=Warsaw