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ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS FOR THE WROCŁAW UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY

 

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The following document describes rules of the admission process for the engineer study course held on Wroclaw University of Technology on the faculty of Computer Science and Management. This paper is concerning the specialization of Information Management in Enterprise, so called “Neisse University”. It should briefly explain to all prospective students complexities of the admission process. The document is designed especially for candidates from Poland. Candidates from Czech Republic and Germany can apply to “Neisse University” only from universities in their home countries. These are Technical University of Liberec (Technicka Univerzita v Liberci) in Czech Republic and University of Applied Sciences Zittau/Görlitz (Hochschule Zittau/Görlitz).
 

  1. Documents that have to be submitted to become a student of the “Neisse University”
    Every prospective student of the “Neisse University” should submit in the appointed time (all deadlines are described in the point 3. of this document) to the proper place (places of documents submission are described in the point 4. of this document) the following documents:

    1. Graduation Examination Certificate – original or copy (rightful copy received by secondary school graduates together with the original);
    2. Secondary School Certificate
    3. Original Confirmation of the Enrolment Fee Payment to the Wroclaw University of Technology account. 
      Enrolment Fee is a special payment that must be taken by each prospective student. The enrolment fee in 2005 was given 80 PLN by the Senate of Wroclaw University of Technology (in accordance with directives of Ministry of National Education and Sport). The payment should be paid to the following account:
      Politechnika Wroclawska
      Bank Zachodni WBK S.A. Oddzial Wroclaw
      96 1090 2402 0000 0006 1000 0439
      Please remember that in case of resignation from the admission process the enrolment payment will not be returned to the applicant.
    4. A medical certificate about the lack of contraindications for studying on the chosen study course
    5. Extract of the ID card
    6. 4 passport photos

  1. Agreement to processing of the personal data.
    It is important to notice that by submitting of documents one agrees to the processing of the personal data during admission’s procedures as well as to the placement of one’s name and surname on the final admission lists. 

  1. Enrollment Schedule that is deadlines concerning submission of documents for the “Neisse University”.
    After collecting of all important papers, you should now get to know about official deadlines of documents’ submission to the offices on Wroclaw University of Technology. Below you can find deadlines for the June admission process being obligatory on the “Neisse University”.

    1. From 9 of May till 24 of June – the term of the documents’ submission for the applicants, taking a voluntary examination from mathematics and/or physics. There should be the declaration for the participation in the voluntary exam handled with other documents. There is a possibility of the later delivery of Graduation Examination Certificate. 
      A voluntary examination from mathematics and/or physics increases chances in the admission process for these of prospective students who haven’t had those subjects on Graduation Examination. It is described in detail in the point 6b of this document.
    2. From 9 of May till 30 of June – the term of the documents’ submission for the applicants, not taking a voluntary examination from mathematics and/or physics. There is a possibility of the later delivery of Graduation Examination Certificate.
    3. The deadline for the delivery of the Graduation Examination Certificate is:
      Till 4 of July in the deanery of Zamiejscowy Osrodek Dydaktyczny w Jeleniej Górze or by post. Till 8 of July documents can be submitted in the secretariat of the Faculty of Computer Science and Management in Wroclaw. 
      Remember that if the Graduation Examination Certificate is not delivered on time, such applicant will not be considered!
    4. Voluntary Examinations:
      ·        Mathematics – 4 of July 10.00 a.m.
      ·        Physics – 5 of July 10.00 a.m.
      ADMISSION RESULTS WILL BE PRESENTED TILL 16 OF JULY

  1. Places where to submit documents for the study on “Neisse University”.
    If you know now which documents and when should be submitted it’s the right time to get to know where these documents should be handled. There are two possibilities. 
    The first place where to handle documents is:

    • Secretariat of the Faculty of Computer Science and Management in Wroclaw.
      ul. Lukasiewicza 5
      50-371 Wroclaw
      tel./fax: (0-71) 320-35-04 albo (0-71) 320-20-19

    The second place is:

    • Deanery of  Zamiejscowy Osrodek Dydaktyczny w Jeleniej Górze.
      Plac Piastowski 27
      58-560 Jelenia Góra
      tel.: (0-75) 75-510-48 fax: (0-75) 75-515-99

  1. The main criterion for the admission. 
    Probably many of you think about what makes people being admitted to Wroclaw University of Technology to the study course “Neisse University”. Below you can read about the main admission criterion.
    a.       Enrolling Indicator W – is the main admission criterion. The value of Enrolling Indicator W is counted by adding the results received by applicant on the graduation examination or on voluntary examinations organized by Wroclaw University of Technology;
    To count the Enrolling Indicator W there is the following conversion rate used: 
    ·        Concerning the graduation examination result given in percentage:
    Percent of the result = number of points
    ·        Concerning the graduation examination result given in points in scale up to 200 points:
    The examination result = number of points
    ·        Concerning grades on the number of points:
    Grade Number of Points
    Excellent 100
    Very good 85
    Good 70
    Satisfactory 50
    Mediocre 30
    b.      Enrolling Indicator (W) is the following sum:
    W = M + F* + 0,1JP + 0,1JO + R
                            If M=0 and F=0 than JP and JO take the value 0.
     
                The upper formula seems to be a little bit complicated. Therefore below you can find the values of the formula described in detail.
    I.                   For the applicant with the Graduation Examination Certificate issued by the District Examination Commission: 
    – The sum of number of points corresponding to results of the passed graduation examination from mathematics on basic and extended level;
    – The sum of number of points corresponding to results of the passed graduation examination from physics and astronomy on basic and extended level;
    JP – The sum of number of points corresponding to results of the passed written part of the graduation examination from Polish language on basic and extended level;
    JO – The sum of number of points corresponding to results of the passed written part of the graduation examination from any modern foreign language on basic and extended level; for the candidate that has passed bilingual graduation examination there are 100 points added for the result of the basic level examination; 
    II.                For the candidate having the Graduation Examination Certificate issued by school in the year 2006:
    M – The doubled number of points received by the conversion of the grade of the written graduation examination from mathematics;
    – The doubled number of points received by the conversion of the grades of the graduation examination from physics;
    JP – The sum of points received by the conversion of the grades of the graduation examination from Polish language (written and oral parts of the examination);
    JO – The sum of points received by the conversion of the grades of the graduation examination from any modern foreign language (written and oral parts of the examination); If the candidate passed only written or only oral part of the graduation examination, there is number of points received by conversion of the final grade from the language (that candidate passed the graduation examination from) added; If the candidate didn’t have the graduation examination from the foreign language than JO will correspond to the number of points received by the conversion of the best final grade (that on the Secondary School Certificate) from any modern foreign language; JO = 200 points for the candidate who owns language certificate that has freed the candidate from the language graduation examination;
    III.              For the candidate having the Graduation Examination Certificate issued by school before the year 2006:
    M – The doubled number of points received by the conversion of the grade from the written graduation examination from mathematics or the number of points from the voluntary examination from mathematics – there is a better result considered;
    F – The doubled number of points received by the conversion of the grade from the graduation examination from physics or the number of points from the voluntary examination from physics – there is a better result considered;
    JP – The sum of points received by the conversion of grades from the written and oral graduation examination from Polish language;
    JO – The sum of points received by the conversion of grades from the written and oral graduation examination from any modern foreign language; if the candidate had either written or oral graduation examination than there is the number received by conversion of the final grade added to the number of points from graduation examination; if the candidate didn’t have the graduation examination from the foreign language than JO corresponds to the number of points received b the conversion of thee best final grade from any modern foreign language; JO = 200 points for the candidate who has been freed from the language graduation examination because of the language certificate as well as for the candidate who received the language certificate after the graduation examination;

  1. Other admission criterions.
    There are the additional criterions taken into consideration during the admission process to the “Neisse University” described in this point.

    1. Applicants with the same amount of points.
      In case of applicants having the same number of points in the admission process, there will be the sum of points counted accordingly to final notes from mathematics and physics multiplied by the rate of 0,25 taken into consideration.
    2. Voluntary examination from mathematics and physics.
      The voluntary examination from mathematics or physics can be undertaken by the applicant that received the graduation examination certificate before year 2006 or received the graduation examination certificate abroad. 
      This examination is graded in the scale from 0 to 200 points. There are at least 60 points needed to pass an examination. The scope of the material is the same as the scope for the external graduation examination on the basic and extended levels.
      There are only results taken into consideration are the results of the current admission process for the academic year 2006/2007.
    3. Winners of the Open Interscholar Competition in Physics.
      Winners indicated by the Jury of Open Interscholar Competition in Physics will be admitted besides the admission process.
    4. Studium „Talent”
      Studium „Talent” is the special course held on Wroclaw University of Technology. It is prepared for secondary school students who want to learn something more besides school material. Usually lectures are presented once per week for two hours each. There are two topical groups: mathematics and physics. Lectures are held in Wroclaw as well as in other cities where University has its branches. Participants of Studium „Talent” can be secondary school students of last year as well as last but one year. One can participate only in one subject in the particular year. However, last year graduates of Studium „Talent” from one subject can take part in the course of the other subject in the current year. Studium ends with an examination. More information about the course can be got from the official webpage of the Faculty of Basic Technological Problems www.wppt.pwr.wroc.pl/plwppt.html as well as from the webpage of Studium Talent www.talent.pwr.wroc.pl.
      Beside of interesting lectures Studium „Talent” allows to receive additional point during the admission procedure. Graduates of Studium „Talent” passing Secondary School Graduation Examination in the year 2006, there is the following number added to the number M or (accordingly the Studium “Talent” examination taken from mathematics or physics):
      ·        20 points – for graduating Studium „Talent” with the grade satisfactory or satisfactory plus
      ·        30 points – for graduating Studium „Talent” with the grade good or good plus
      ·        40 points – for graduating Studium „Talent” with the grade very good or excellent 
      As soon as the points addition causes the exceeding of 200 points than the number of 200 is taken into consideration. If the applicant has finished both subjects then the better result will be taken into consideration.

  1. Winners and finalists of Topical Olympiads.
    Finalists of the Olympiads from the following subjects: 
    -     Mathematics
    -     Physics
    -     Economics
    are admitted to “Neisse University” without the admission process.

  1. Points’ threshold for the Enrolling Indicator (W) is specified every year by the Faculty Admission Committee on the basis of the amount of applications received and the planned amount of candidates to be admitted. The threshold for “Neisse University” in the year 2005/2006 totaled 72 points needed for being admitted. 

  1. Bank Account – every student of the Wroclaw University of Technology must be an owner of a bank account. 
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  3. University Admission Committee – is responsible for the adherence of admission rules and undertakes decisions in unpredicted situations. This committee considers also individual appeals from the decisions of Faculty Admission Committees. Appeals should be submitted up to 14 days from the date of receiving the decision by applicant. The Rector undertakes the further decision in accordance with the University Admission Committee proposal. Rector’s decision is final.
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