Recruitment stages

A candidate for Information technology at the second cycle studies should have practical abilities, including:

  • knowledge of physics and mathematics, enabling understanding of the physical basis of modern information and communication technologies;

  • the ability to use analytical, simulation and engineering methods to formulate and solve problems related to the preparation and implementation of projects in the field of such technologies;

  • basic knowledge and skills in methodology and techniques of computer programming in the selected programming language, using the available IT tools;

  • basic knowledge and skills in the field of architecture, hardware and software of computer systems;

  • ability to work in a team.

A person applying for admission for the second cycle studies of Information technology must have a diploma of engineering in Information technology or related fields, provided that the intended learning outcomes included the results of related disciplines: information technology, automatic control engineering, robotics, electronics, electrical engineering and comply with the conditions set out in an appropriate regulation of the WSTI Senate in Katowice.

Documents required for admission to second cycle studies:

  • Fill out the questionnaire

  • Photocopy of diploma (the original available for inspection), until obtaining a diploma - a certificate of graduation with diploma number, grade and exam date.

  • Candidates with degrees obtained outside of Poland, submit the original diploma together with a supplement - a list of grades and courses carried out during the entire course of study. The diploma obtained outside of Poland must entitle to continue the education at a higher level of studies in the country of issue, in accordance with the provisions of Art. 191a paragraph. 3 and 4 of the Law on Higher Education or entitle to continue education on the basis of an international agreement or be deemed to be equivalent to the relevant Polish diploma in the nostrification.]

  • Photocopy of the diploma supplement (the original available for inspection).

  • Photocopy of the Secondary School Final Examination results (the original available for inspection),

  • 2 photographs in accordance with the requirements applicable when issuing identity cards (35 mm x 45 mm without a hat on a light background).

  • Photocopy of identity card (original document to be presented during the submission of documents).

  • Medical certificate issued by the occupational medicine physician, authorized to carry out tests stating no contraindications to undertake studies in Information technology (download the form: *.pdf) - referral for a medical examination is to be collected at the Recruitment Office and after obtaining the medical certificate, a set of the following documents is required to submitted *.

  • Proof of payment of the administrative recruitment fee (not applicable to candidates during the promotion period).

  • Certificate of disability (if a degree of disability was determined).

  • Declaration of will to study (please refer to the content of the declaration). The document will be signed in the Recruitment Office together with the decision of admission to studies.

  • Educational Agreement (please see the content of the educational agreement). The document will be signed together with the decision on admission for studies.

Pole’s card
The Cardholder of a Pole’s card has the right to undertake studies, doctoral studies and other forms of education and participation in research and development work in Poland, in accordance with the Law on Higher Education and the Act on the education system.

Remember to sign up for a visit to the occupational medicine physician, and then collect a referral in our Recruitment Office. Tests may be performed at the TOMMED/PROF-MED, ul. Żelazna 1, 40-952 Katowice – after prior registration by phone or mail.

Foreigners are required to provide:

  • A photocopy of a visa, residence card or other document entitling to stay in the territory of the Republic of Poland and the original for inspection; a photocopy of the Pole's Card and the original for inspection (if applicable).

  • A photocopy of the Maturity Certificate or a document equivalent to the Polish Maturity Certificate, translated by a sworn translator entered on the list of sworn translators of the Ministry of Justice of the Republic of Poland and bearing an apostille clause, and the original for inspection.

  • Certificate confirming the knowledge of the Polish language at the language proficiency level of at least B2, issued by: the State Commission for the Certification of Proficiency in Polish as a Foreign Language, authorized by the Minister responsible for higher education and science to organize examinations in Polish as a foreign language at a certain language proficiency level (a Polish or foreign university conducting studies in Polish philology, a Polish or foreign entity that has been conducting foreign language courses or classes in teaching Polish or Polish as a foreign language or other didactic classes in Polish for at least three years).

  • A photocopy of the insurance policy in case of illness or accident, covering the period of education in Poland, and the original available for inspection. All documents issued in a foreign language will be accepted together with a translation into Polish prepared by a sworn translator entered on the list of sworn translators of the Ministry of Justice of the Republic of Poland.



Admissions Office working hours
(Dean’s Office, 4th floor, tower B)

Monday - Friday

8:00 am - 4:00 pm





Contact the WSTI Recruitment Office:

 phone.: (32) 207 27 20   /   e-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.    /    GG 1614302   /   SKYPE info_wsti


Medical examination

Referral for examination must be collected at the Recruitment Office. Tests may be performed at the TOMMED/PROF-MED, ul. Żelazna 1, 40-952 Katowice – after prior registration by phone or mail.


Referral for medical examination is to be collected at the Recruitment Office (Institute Dean Office).

Tests conducted at the TOMMED/PROF-MED are reimbursed by the Institute.

Medical certificates (on the required document, issued by a doctor authorized to carry out preventive examinations) made in other occupational health clinics will be accepted.