Attention! We would like to inform that the Online Registration System IRK will be open starting 21st February 2022. Deadline for application is 8th July 2022.


Recruitment requirements are outlined in the Resolution of the Senate of the Wroclaw Medical University No. 2301 of 28.04.2021, App. 5 " Requirements and procedure for admission to the 1st year of long-cycle Master’s degree programmes, run in English at the Wroclaw Medical University" , Polish version; English version.

Recruitment schedule for the academic year 2022/2023 can be found here: Polish version, English version

Dear candidates,
here you will find a list of candidates (according to IRK ID number)

The first meeting of the Admission Board:
Conditionally accepted
The second meeting of the Admission Board:
Conditionally accepted
Not accepted

The third meeting of the Admission Board:

Conditionally accepted
Not accepted


Guidelines of the Crisis Management Team which should be applied to candidates submitting documents to admissions committees for enrolment.

Dear Candidates,

we are very pleased that you are interested in studying at our Wroclaw Medical University. Wroclaw Medical University is one of the most renowned public medical schools in Poland. The curriculum is identical with that of the Polish Divi­sion. Studies are adapted to the common European programe, in keeping with the European admission standards for medical education. Teaching is carried out by a team of highly educated specialists in tutorial groups of 10–12 students in the theoretical subjects and 4–5 students during bedside teaching. Currently, 886 students study in English at Wroclaw Medical University (753 medical stu­dents and 133 dentistry students), mostly from Germa­ny but also from Scandinavia, Canada, USA, the United Kingdom, Ire­land, India, RSA, and Saudi Arabia.


Admission requirements are the same for the Faculty of Medicine and the Faculty of Dentistry. According to our recruitment procedure there are no entrance exams or interviews at the Wroclaw Medical University. We have an open competition of grades. The results of the following subjects must be presented on the High School Diploma: Chemistry, Biology – mandatory, and Physics or Mathematics – one of them. This will be checked during the enrolment procedures. Candidates will be chosen by an open competition on the basis of grades on the high school certificate (transcript of grades). Please note that the High School Diploma has to entitle the candidate to study at university level in the country of the candidate’s origin where the diploma has been issued.

How to apply for admission to Wroclaw Medical University?
All candidates applying for a place in the University are asked to register in Online Registration System (IRK). Link to the IRK System is going to be available on our website since 21st February 2022. All candidates are obliged to pay recruitment fee in first stage of recruitment procedure. The recruitment fee is 85 PLN and will be generated by Online system in candidates' profiles.

There are two stages of recruitment procedure:
Stage 1 : Online registration – application for all candidates. Starts on 21st February 2022
Stage 2 : Submitting of originals of documents, payments of tuition fee – it applies only to candidates who have been accepted after Stage 1.

What documents (scans) are required during Stage 1 procedure?

  1. High School Diploma with transcript of grades - which qualifies a candidate to undertake higher education studies at university level in the country of issue. Translation into Polish is required. Scan of the original document is also required.
  2. English Language Certificate – if your mother language is not English, e.g. IELTS, TOEFL.
  3. Copy of passport or another personal ID – personal ID refers only to EU countries. In case of having Polish passport (ID) and passport (ID) of different country you have to use Polish passport (ID).
  4. Health Certificate – stating that the candidate is in good condition to start medical studies. Filled and signed by a doctor. See : download the form.
  5. Application Form – signed by the candidate.
  6. Parental/guardian consent form. Only for students under 18 years of age. See : the form

English Language Certificates

  1. IB Diploma and EB diploma are equivalent to the proficiency of English Language
  2. Candidates from EU and EFTA (whole period of High school in EU and EFTA) – certificates confirming English language proficiency on the level B2, according to Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) as well as :
  1. Swedish candidates (whole period of High school in Sweden) – advanced English presented on High School Diploma with minimum grade : C or VG
  2. Norwegian candidates (whole period of High school in Norway) – advanced English presented on High School Diploma with minimum grade : 4 (god kompetanse i faget)
  3. German candidates (whole period of High school in Germany) – advanced English presented on High School Diploma with minimum grade : 2 (Gut)
  1. Candidates from countries where the official language is English and the medium of instructions was English during whole period of education : not applicable

Full information regarding English language certificates may be found HERE.


In the Stage One the candidates must create an account in the System. After successful creation, they upload scans of the documents mentioned above. Those scans will be considered by the Admission Board. If the candidate is qualified to admission by the Admission Board, the candidate is informed via Online system, as well as by email, informing on the approval to the Stage Two. All candidates may check it in their profiles. In this Stage the candidates must pay recruitment fee (85 PLN) to individual bank account number. This payment must be done before the deadline. Important is the day of receipt of payment to the account of the university. Without this payment the candidate cannot participate in the second Stage.

The deadline for online application is 8th July.

Attention: Applications submitted after the deadline or incomplete will not be considered by the Admission Board!



Stage Two applies to candidates who have been accepted by the Admission Board.

After successful conditional* acceptance in stage One your status in IRK profile will change from candidate into accepted. In that moment IRK system will generate agreement which can be found in “Print outs” in your profile. The candidate must print it out sign it and upload it into IRK profile “Attach documents”. In the Agreement you will find three important things : Individual bank account number for payment of tuition fee, Deadline for payment of tuition fee and Schedule of payment. In the mean time you will receive the Decision of conditional* acceptance, first – scanned into your email address, then the original of the Decision to your home address.

*what does it means Conditional acceptance – it means that :

1. you must upload signed agreement into IRK profile

2. you must pay tuition fee in proper time

3. submit to the University originals of required documents. See list below.

If you meet this three condition your acceptance will be final.

Remember ! In Stage Two you must submit the originals of the required documents and pay the tuition fee. The list of required originals of documents will be sent to you immediately after your acceptance by the Admission Board (Stage 1). For all accepted candidates the University assigns/prepares their individual bank accounts (in the Agreement). So please try not to use the general bank account number of the University.

Deadline for submitting of the originals of documents to the University is 31st August 2022. Remember the deadline for payment of the tuition fee you will find in your agreement.

List of the ORIGINALS of documents, which must be submitted to Wroclaw Medical University (only for accepted candidates) :

  1. HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA AND TRANSCRIPT OF GRADES (if not included on the Diploma). The original of High School Diploma (in your language of origin) must be legalized in Polish Embassy or Consulate , or provided with an APOSTILLE in the country of student`s origin (depending on country). Please learn more about apostille HERE. Please also learn more about legalization of documents HERE.
  2. TRANSLATION OF THE HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA AND TRANSCRIPT OF GRADES – The Polish translation has to be done by a sworn translator.
  3. CERTIFICATE OF ELIGIBILITY - a document which certifies that the diploma authorises to undertake higher education studies in compliance with the valid regulation of the issuing state, if applicable (if not included on the Diploma);
  4. APPLICATION FORM – filled in and signed by the candidate (including personal questionnaire) for admission to studies, stating the chosen field of studies.
  5. ENGLISH LANGUAGE CERTIFICATE – that proves a good command of both written and spoken English (e.g. FCE, CAE, CPE, TOEFL, IELTS). Documents confirming language proficiency are listed in Appendix 1.
  6. HEALTH CERTIFICATE - filled and signed by a doctor
  7. HEPATITIS B – confirmation of vaccination against it.

REMEMBER ! The deadline for submission of the documents listed above is on 31st August 2022.

Number of available places for the first year students: 140

Successful candidates may wish to apply for a place in a student's dorm. See accommodation in left menu.

Legalization (authentication) of documents :
Please note that the procedure is different depending on country of origin.
See more : Recognition of foreign school certificates and diplomas in Poland

Dear candidates here you will learn more regarding statuses during recruitment procedure:


REGISTERED – the person who created its account in IRK System, without next steps.

CANDIDATE – status following after Registered. The person who filled all required information and uploaded all required scans of documents. Recruitment fee payment comleated. Waiting for the decision of Recruitment Board.

CONDITIONALLY ACCEPTED – status following after Candidate. The person assessed positively by the Recruitment Board, who must meet additional requirements : sign Agreement, submit originals of documents, pay tuition fee for the first semester

ACCEPTED – status following after Conditionally Accepted. The person who met all requirements, waiting for the beginning of academic year to sign the Oath.

UNACCEPTED – The person who wasn’t accepted by the Recruitment Board

RESIGNATION – The person who resigned from the studies.

PENDING - status following after Candidate. The person who is on waiting list. Waiting for final decision of the Recruitment Board

Wroclaw Medical University, Faculty of Medicine - English Division
Chalubinskiego 6a
Pl - 50-368 Wroclaw

Urszula Hryceniak
Phone +48 71 784 17 53

Agnieszka Czuczwara
phone: +48 71 784 19 97

Piotr Cugier
Phone +48 71 784 17 26
Email :

Attachment No. 6

to the Regulation No. 138/XV R/2018

of the Rector of the Wrocław Medical University

of 15 November 2018



Pursuant to Article 13 of the Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data, and repealing Directive 95/46/EC - General Data Protection Regulation, hereinafter referred to as the GDPR (EU OJ L 119, 2016, p. 1, as amended), we hereby inform that:



The Controller of your personal data is Wroclaw Medical University (Uniwersytet Medyczny im. Piastów Śląskich we Wrocławiu), with its registered office at: Wybrzeże Pasteura 1, 50-367 Wrocław, represented by the Rector.


The Controller has appointed the Data Protection Officer whom you can contact at the following email address: in relation to all issues related to the processing of personal data.


  1. Your personal data will be processed for the following purposes:
    1. to carry out the admission procedure and, in the case of admission, to conclude and perform the contract and for the purposes arising from the educational process,
    2. to fulfil accounting, reporting and archiving obligations of the Controller.
  2. The legal basis for the processing of your personal data is:
    1. Art. 6(1)(c) of the GDPR, i.e. carrying out the legal obligations of the Controller with regard to the provisions of the Act of 20 July 2018 - Law on Higher Education and Science along with secondary legislation and other provisions to which the Controller is subject, including reporting, accounting, and archiving obligations,
    2. in the case of admission to the university - Art. 6(1)(b) of the GDPR, i.e. indispensability of the processing for the conclusion of the contract between you and the University.


  1. The Controller does not make your personal data available to any recipients, except for cases where such obligation results from generally applicable laws. Pursuant to Article 72 (5) of the Act - Law on Higher Education and Science, the results of the admission procedure shall be public.
  2. The Controller may entrust the processing of your personal data on behalf of the Controller to another entity under a written agreement, in particular to entities providing and maintaining software used for data processing.


The Controller will store your personal data for the period necessary for processing purposes, i.e. for the duration of the admission procedure and for the period of storing financial and accounting records. In the case of admission to studies, personal data will be processed in accordance with the course of study and then archived and stored for a period of 50 years.


In the cases, under the terms and in the manner specified in the applicable regulations, you have the right to: access your data and rectify them (Art. 15 and 16 of the GDPR), erase your data (Art. 17 of the GDPR), limit the processing of your data (Art. 18 of the GDPR), object to the processing of your personal data (Art.  21 of the GDPR), transfer your data (Art. 20 of the GDPR).

You have the right to file a complaint with the Supervisory Authority: the President of the Personal Data Protection Office, ul. Stawki 2, 00-193 Warsaw, if you suspect that the personal data are processed by the Controller in violation of the law.


The obligation to provide your personal data results from applicable regulations. Failure to provide personal data will result in the refusal to qualify a candidate for the admission process or refusal to conclude a contract.


Your personal data are not subject to automated decision-making, including profiling, referred to in Art. 4(4) of the GDPR, which is a form of automated processing of personal data consisting in using personal data to evaluate certain personal aspects of a natural person.