Departments & lecture halls located at Katowice-Ligota campus

Medical health care

In case of sickness, common cold or a sick leave there is a possibility of consultation with doctors of the family medicine clinic SANPROM:
Doctor Filipska: phone 517 775 391;
Doctor Drzastwa: phone 792 650 911;
Doctor Mizgała: phone 666 326 001.
Please call first the doctors and arrange a meeting in their clinic located in 3 Maja 59 street, 41-800 Zabrze.

Health insurance

National Health Fund insurance

Based on the Act of 27 August 2004 on healthcare services financed from public funds persons meeting certain requirements specified in the above mentioned Act are entitled for compulsory or voluntary health insurance in Poland.

If you are residing on the territory of Poland and are not entitled to use common healthcare services you can acquire the right to use healthcare services financed from public funds based on voluntary health insurance.

In order to conclude an agreement for voluntary health insurance please contact regional branch of National Health Fund (NFZ) to file an appropriate application and get familiar with detail terms for this procedure like required documents/statements, charges, premiums, etc.

Contact information of National Health Fund branch for Silesia region can be found at https://www.nfz-katowice.pl/index.php/kontakt/kontakt-z-nami

Emergency numbers

ER  999
Police 997
Fire brigade  998
Emergency from mobile phone  112
District police station  +48 (32) 200 3800
District police officer  +48 600208538 or
+48 (32) 200 3840

 

In cases pertaining to aggresive behaviour towards forein students please contact Doctor Sham Cader at
drshamcader@yahoo.com

 

Visa / permanent residency card procedures

All foreign students are obliged to apply for a student visa, which can be issued at the Embassies or Consulates of the Republic of Poland situated on the territory of their native countries.

Upon arrival to Poland without visa all foreign students are required to arrange their Residency Permit Card formalities immediately.

Due to complex and time-consuming procedure of applying for the Residency Permit Card (round 2 months) it is more convenient to apply for a student visa in your own country.

Students applying for a Residency Permit Card in Poland are required to submit the following documents:

  • 3 copies of application form (completed in Polish language)
  • 4 color photos sized 4.5 cm / 3.5 cm (forward-facing head shots)
  • 2 photocopies of passport
  • documents certifying source of income (loan certificate or bank statement)
  • Dean’s letter certifying the educational status
  • documents certifying no tax arrears in Poland
  • copy of Medical Insurance Certificate