1 We would like to cordially welcome you at Opole University, the centre of scientific and cultural life of Opole region. Our Institution gathers students and specialist from various fields of specialisation including exclusively such scientific specialisations as chemistry, biotechnology or natural sciences as well as wide selection of courses offered by philologies, humanities and social sciences. Our University has over sixty year of academic history first as the Higher Pedagogical College and the Theological-Pastoral Institute in Opole, which merged in 1994 and Opole University was founded. The University Campus consists of numerous buildings which are located around the centre of our beautiful city. Information on the Institution Opole University was founded on the strength of the Act of 10 th of March 1994, passed by the Seym of the Republic of Poland. Opole University is a dynamically developing academic centre. In 1994 it began its activity offering courses at four independent departments and now there are eight of them: Faculty of Philology, Faculty of History and Pedagogy, Faculty of Theology, Faculty of Chemistry, Faculty of Mathematics, Physics and Information Science, Faculty of Natural and Technical Sciences, Faculty of Economics, Faculty of Law and Administration. On average students study at OU doing approximately (as the number still changes due to our extending the academic offer) 39 majors, 28 minors and 10 doctoral courses in various specialisations. Research, scholarship programmes and creative activities promote development through the international cooperation and knowledge application in the natural and applied sciences, social sciences, arts and humanities. Opole University is developing international cooperation within over 90 agreements with universities and institutions from, among others: the USA, Germany, Great Britain, France, Russia, Ukraine, Sweden, Finland, Italy, Hungary, Australia, Slovakia. As well as the members of research staff, students participate in exchange programmes, take part in various seminars and conferences. Opole University awards bachelor and master degree diplomas in sciences, humanities and arts, as well as doctorate in literature, linguistics, history, pedagogy, chemistry, economy, theology, psychology and habilitated doctorate in history, literature, linguistic and theology.
2 School of Polish Language and Culture for Foreigners at Polish Philology Faculty of Opole University offers courses of Polish language for foreigners and prepares our students to the exams according to the European standards at all levels. The University develops dynamically and currently comprises eight faculties: Faculty of Philology Faculty of Economics Faculty of Theology Faculty of Chemistry Faculty of Law and Administration Faculty of History and Pedagogy Faculty of Technical and Natural Sciences Name and Address Opole University Plac Mikołaja Kopernika 11a Opole Poland Important addresses Faculty of Economics ul. Ozimska 46 a Opole tel , fax: Webpage: Faculty of Philology Collegium Maius, Plac Mikołaja Kopernika 11a Opole tel , fax Webpage:
3 Faculty of History and Pedagogy ul. Oleska Opole tel./fax: Webpage: Faculty of Technology and Natural Sciences ul. Oleska Opole tel , fax: Webpage: Faculty of Mathematics, Physics and Computer Science ul. Oleska Opole tel , fax: Webpage: Faculty of Chemistry ul. Oleska Opole tel lub Webpage: Faculty of Theology ul. Drzymały 1a Opole tel , fax Webpage:
4 Faculty of Law and Administration ul. Katowicka 87a Opole tel Webpage: Office for Scientific Research and International Relations Collegium Minus, Plac Mikołaja Kopernika 11a Opole tel fax ; Webpage: ;
5 Academic Calendar 2012/2014 Adaptation Day: 28 th of September 2012 Inauguration of the academic year: 3 rd of September 2012 University s Day: 10 th of March 2013 Winter Semester Teaching period Day off (Friday after All Saints Day) Holiday break Examination Period Day of intersemester break Resit Examination Period Summer Semester Teaching period Holiday break Day off Examination Period Resit Examination Period
6 Academic Authorities Rector prof. dr hab. Stanisław Sławomir Nicieja phone: fax: Admission hours: Wednesday - 11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m., after prior arrangement Vice-Rector for teaching and students prof. dr hab. Marek Masnyk phone: fax: Admission hours: Tuesday - 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m., Thursday - 01:30 p.m. - 03:00 p.m., after prior arrangement Vice-Rector for promotion and management dr hab. Wiesława Piątkowska - Stepaniak, prof. UO phone: fax: Admission hours: Tuesday - 10:00 a.m. - 01:00 p.m., Thursday - 01:00 p.m. - 03:00 p.m., after prior arrangement
7 Vice-Rector for science and finance prof. dr hab. Janusz Słodczyk phone: fax: Admission hours: Monday 10:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m., Wednesday - 01:00 p.m. - 02:30p.m., after prior arrangement Deans Dean of the Faculty of Economics prof. dr hab. Stanisława Sokołowska phone: , fax: Webpage: Addres : Collegium Oeconomicum, ul. Ozimska 46A, Opole Dean of the Faculty of Philology dr hab. Andrzej Ciuk, prof. UO phone: , fax: Webpage: Address: Collegium Maius, pl. Kopernika 11, Opole Dean of the Faculty of History and Pedagogy dr hab. Henryk Dorobisz, prof. UO phone: , fax: Webpage: Address: Wydział Historyczno-Pedagogiczny, ul. Oleska 48, Opole
8 Dean of the Faculty of Technology and Natural Sciences dr hab. Stanisław Koziarski, prof. UO phone: , , fax: Webpage: Address: Wydział Przyrodniczo-Techniczny, ul. Oleska 22, Opole Dean of the Faculty of Mathematics, Physics and Computer Sciences dr hab. Jacek Nikiel, prof. UO phone: , fax: Webpage: Address: Wydział Matematyki, Fizyki i Informatyki, ul. Oleska 48, Opole Dean of the Faculty of Chemistry prof. dr hab. inż. Piotr P. Wieczorek phone: , , fax: Webpage: Address: Wydział Chemii, ul. Oleska 48, Opole Dean of the Faculty of Theology ks. prof. dr hab. Tadeusz Dola phone: , fax: Webpage: Address: Wydział Teologiczny, ul. Drzymały 1a, Opole
9 Dean of the Faculty of Law and Administration dr hab. Piotr Stec, prof. UO phone: Webpage: Address: Wydział Prawa i Administracji, ul. Katowicka 87a, Opole Programmes on Offer Taught in Polish: 3 years studies leading to Bachelor degree 2 years studies leading to Master degree 5 years studies leading to Master degree (no need for possession of BA title) 4 years studies leading to Doctorate degree short cycle studies, usually 1 year long, not leading to any degree Taught in English: 3 years studies leading to Bachelor degree (English Philology) 2 years studies leading to Master degree (English Philology) separate subjects, mainly for Erasmus students Taught in German: 3 years studies leading to Bachelor degree (German Philology) 2 years studies leading to Master degree (German Philology) Taught in French: 3 years studies leading to Bachelor degree (French Philology) 2 years studies leading to Master degree (French Philology) Taught in Russian: 3 years studies leading to Bachelor degree (French Philology) 2 years studies leading to Master degree (French Philology)
10 Grading scale: Description Local grade ECTS grade % of all grades awarded excellent 5 A very good 4,5 B good 4 C acceptable 3,5 D satisfactory 3 E fail 2 F General Admission Requirements Polish students interested in studying at our University are kindly asked to familiarize themselves with requirements for admission available under following weblink: https://rekrutacja.uni.opole.pl/ Requirements for foreign students Students from foreign countries (as well from EU as others) are kindly asked to read the application procedure available here: Requirements for ERASMUS students Students interested in short-term mobility within the ERASMUS Programme can find the necessary information under this weblink: The European Credit Transfer System at Opole University During their studies at Opole University students are granted ECTS points, after satisfactorily completing set requirements and reaching defined learning outcomes. The system is used as well for full-cycle students as those coming for short-term mobility. Both learning outcomes and requirements are available in syllabi for each subject and also in the curricula for separate programmes/specialisations. The curriculum is first accepted by the Faculty Council and finally by the Vice-Rector for teaching and students. Students are awarded ECTS points for each subject at the end of the semester points are accumulated. The number of ECTS points needed for completing each semester is 30. In order to qualify to a diploma exam, the student has to gain 180 ECTS points for a Bachelor degree and 120
11 ECTS for a Master degree. Assignation of points to each subject and course is based on estimated workload that each student has to do in order to reach defined learning outcomes. The workload includes not only the number of regular classes but also time needed to prepare for the them. Primarily estimated by teachers, the workload is in the course of studies verified based on questionnaires and individual consultations. In order to ensure a proper functioning of ECTS, a special Coordinator has been nominated not only for the entire University but also for each Faculty. ECTS Coordinators Institutional ECTS Coordinator dr hab. Izabella Pisarek Faculty of Economics Faculty ECTS Coordinator dr inż. Adam Siwerski Programmes Coordinators: mgr Justyna Socińska (Economics) mgr Katarzyna Jarosiewicz (Management) mgr Daniel Rodzeń (Logistics) mgr Agnieszka Dembicka (Spacial Development) Faculty of Philology Faculty ECTS Coordinator Dr Eżbieta Szymańska - Czaplak Departmental ECTS Coordinators dr hab. Marek Dybizbański Polish philology, dr hab. Joanna Czaplińska, prof. UO Slavic philology dr hab. Teresa Smolińska, prof. U.O Cultural sciences dr hab. Dorota Brzozowska, prof. U.O European sciences dr Anna Ledwina French philology dr Jadwiga Tarsa Business language, Russian philology, Applied translation studies dr Elżbieta Szymańska-Czaplak English philology dr Felicja Księżyk German philology dr Anna Krzywicka-Ustrzycka Business language
12 Faculty of History and Pedagogy Faculty ECTS Coordinator dr Piotr Sikora Departmental ECTS Coordinators: dr Edward Nycz (Pedagogy) dr hab. Grzegorz Francuz (Philosophy) mgr Michał Wanke (Sociology) mgr Krzysztof Kowalski (Artistic education) dr Piotr KLIMONTOWSKI (Political scicences, journalism and social communication) dr Barbara CURYŁO (International relations) dr Anna Gołębiowska (History) dr Katarzyna Skałacka (Psychology) dr Agnieszka Włoch (Pedagogy, educational sciences) Faculty of Mathematics, Physics and Computer Science Faculty ECTS Coordinator dr Jerzy Michael Departmental ECTS Coordinators: dr Piotr Urbaniec (Mathematics and Computer Science) mgr Agnieszka Wendykier (Physics) Faculty of Chemistry Faculty ECTS Coordinator dr hab. Krzysztof Szczegot, prof. UO Departmental ECTS Coordinator: dr hab. Krzysztof Szczegot, prof. UO (Chemistry) Faculty of Technical and Natural Science Faculty ECTS Coordinator Dr Maciej Wyszyński Departmental ECTS Coordinators: dr Anna Kocorek (Biology) dr Urszula Karwaczyńska (Environmental Protection) dr Krzysztof Badora (Landscape architecture) dr Janusz Nowak (Technical and computer education) dr inż. Daniel Janecki (Environmental engineering)
13 prof. dr hab. Olga Zhuk (Biotechnology) Faculty of Theology Faculty ECTS Coordinator Ks. dr hab. Dariusz Krok Departmental ECTS Coordinators: Ks. dr hab. Andrzej Anderwald, prof. UO (Theology) Ks. dr hab. Dariusz Krok (Family Science) Dr hab. Remigiusz Pośpiech, prof. UO (Music) Ks. dr hab. Norbert Widok, prof. UO (Mediterranean culture) Faculty of Law and Administration Faculty ECTS Coordinator dr Joanna Ryszka College of Foreign Languages Coordinator: mgr Jerzy Szczerba Academic Guidance Opole University ensures that every student finds help when needed. Personal supervisors or tutors are chosen differently at each faculty and institute. However, when problems concern daily life at our University, every student can seek help in special units created for their convenience. Below one can find units common for the entire Institution which help solve issues arisen during studies. Academic Enterprise Incubator Academic Enterprise Incubator is an initiative aiming to help progress academic business. Its goal is to help shape and promote enterprising conduct among students and graduates of the Opole University. For more information please visit:
14 Career Centre of Opole University Helps our students among others, in how to cope on the employment market, provides advice concerning job seeking etc. For more information please visit: Students legal advice centre It is an initiative of our Law students who wanted to help their peers and colleague with legal matters. More Information available at: Students Council Gathers representatives of students of Opole University and ensures that students matters and affairs are visible and noticed. More information available at: Department of Students Affairs This unit helps students with their social and financial matters. Officers provide advice concerning scholarships and financial help that students can apply for. For more information please visit: General Information for students Opole is not only the administrative centre of the region, but also a city with rich cultural and scientific life and tradition. With no doubt it is a city of the young as there are over 30 thousand university students here, making a substantial part of the overall population of 130 thousand. Opole owes the title of the Capital of Polish Song to the song festival held yearly at the amphitheatre at the foot of Piastowska Tower, a landmark easily recognizable throughout Poland. What can be of interest to a tourist visiting Opole? There are number of places on offer which are worth recommending to our guests, among others, the gothic cathedral under the vocation of the Holy Cross, with its two beautiful spires and the monastic church of Fathers
15 Franciscans housing a monument of exquisite value the Piasts Chapel serving as the mausoleum of the Piast Dynasty of Opole. The attention of those strolling around the Market Square will be drawn by the eye-catching silhouette of the Town Hall in the architectural style of Florentine Palazzo Vecchio. At midday the bugle call of Opole can be heard from it played to the melody of the Opole anthem. The Market Square is vibrant with life: tourists willingly take a rest in the open air cafes installed there in the spring and summer, admiring the renovated tenement houses around them. In Daszyński Square there is the extraordinary Ceres of Opole a beautiful sculpturefountain consisting of a number of figures. Piastowska Tower the only remnant of the medieval castle offers a wide panorama of the city: sites at the near and further distance are within the eye s reach, including the Church on the Hill, the building of the Museum of Opole Silesia, the monument of Nike of Opole, the seat of the University of Opole, located on the so-called University Hill, and the picturesque corner on the Młynówka Canal, that is the Venice of Opole, as well as the green Bolko Island. Still that is not all. The tourist who is interested in the past and the present day of Opole will discover many more attractions in our city, will see other beautiful places and will visit uniquely attractive monuments maybe they will go on a short cruise down the Młynówka Channel, starting from the quay near the Green Bridge. And what is most important: everywhere you go, you will meet hospitable inhabitants of Opole. Source: Costs and living Exchange rates (of ) PLN PLN 1 $ PLN Basic costs of living: - accommodation: dormitory ca. 350/340 PLN (ca ) per month - renting a flat ca PLN (ca. 250/360 ) per month - cost of a city bus ticket: normal 2,60 PLN (ca. 60 cents); students 1,30 PLN (ca. 30 cents) - teaching aids: around PLN (ca )
16 - prepaid mobile number, depending on the company and offer, around 30 PLN (the cheapest) (ca. 7-8 ) - cinema tickets around 30 PLN Approximate cost of food: - loaf of bread: around 3-4 PLN - mineral water 1,5 l bottle: around 3 PLN - cheese 0,5 kg: around 20 PLN - milk 1 l: around 2,5 PLN - butter: around 3 PLN / 200g Depending on your preferences you can choose a variety of shops to do your shopping from small ones to supermarkets such as Tesco, Lidl and Biedronka. Accommodation Opole University offers accommodation in its students halls of residence ( Niechcic and Kmicic ) located in the University campus, close to the centre of the city, on Katowicka and Grunwaldzka Street. We offer places in modules, which consist of one double and one triple room, shared bathroom and kitchen at the price of approximately 350 PLN (about 90 ) per month. The rooms are furnished with beds, chairs, tables, wardrobes; the kitchen is equipped with fridge and oven. There is also an Internet connection and a cable TV connection available in each room. There are free washing facilities available on each floor. We cannot offer single rooms. Students are accommodated in double and three-person rooms.
17 Students interested in applying for accommodation are requested to fill and send Application Form for Accommodation. The deadlines for returning the completed Application Form for Accommodation are as follows: 15th of June of the following academic year for the winter and entire academic year 15th of December for the spring semester of the following academic year. More information about dormitories can be found on the web page: Health and Insurance Medical Care EU/EEA citizens Poland has the health care system based on the general health insurance. During a temporary stay in Poland, a person entitled to health care under EEA rules can receive health services in the following areas: primary health care specialist out-patient care hospital treatment rescue services and ambulance transport In case of necessity of providing medical care, a student from a member country staying temporarily in the territory of Poland is entitled to free health care on the basis of the European Health Insurance Card (EHIC). The student is obliged to present this document together with an identity document directly to the public health care provider. The student will receive free health services at health care providers who have concluded a relevant contract with the National Health Fund.
18 In case of lack of the European Health Insurance Card or equivalent document, the patient will be obliged to cover costs of treatment by himself. The same obligation arises in case of treatment provided by a health care unit which has no contract with NFZ. Students holding the European Health Card are admitted to the doctor free of charge, while those without the Card pay the fee for visit directly with the specialist. The health centre issues a relevant invoice for each visit, on the basis of which the student may expect a refund from their insurance agency. If there is a need of hospital treatment, a doctor s referral is required. In case of sudden illness, accident, injury, intoxication, life threat, a patient receives necessary medical benefits without referral. A patient who presented the European Health Insurance Card or a certificate, receives free hospital treatment within the general health care system. Apart from academic and public medical care system, there is also a well-developed private sector. The costs of medical care may be reimbursed of a student has purchased a health insurance policy in his country before departure. The list of public as well as private centres is available under following web link (Polish only): ml Non-EU/EEA citizens The students from non-eu/eea countries should purchase health insurance in their home country, before departure. According to state health regulations foreigners (except the EU/EEA citizens) have to pay for a medical consultation. The cost is then reimbursed by the health insurance company. Apart from public medical care system there is also a well-developed private sector. More information can be found on the National Health Fund website: The list of public as well as private centres is available under following web link (Polish only): ml Visa Requirements EU/EEA citizens Temporary residence permit
19 An EU citizen can enter Poland with his/her ID document (a valid travel document e.g. passport, or another document certifying his/her identity and citizenship). For stay up to 3 months no legalisation of stay will be necessary. For stays exceeding 3 months, an EU citizen will have to obtain a temporary residence permit (Karta pobytu obywatela UE). In case of students, the residence permit is issued for one year. The residence permit once issued will also entitle its bearer to take up work. The residence permit and the right to work also extends to the immediate family i.e. spouse or children. This document will be issued by the Department of Citizens Affairs of the Voivodeship Office (province administration, in Polish Urzad Wojewodzki). Temporary residence permits will be granted to Union citizens who have health insurance and sufficient resources to cover their expenses without needing social security support. Documents that have to be submitted by the student to the Voivodeship Office in order to obtain the residence permit: copy of the travel document (passport or other ID document) health insurance document official letter of acceptance from the Polish university (with information about the planned period of study) declaration about sufficient resources to cover the subsistence costs in Poland 2 photographs Application Form (in Polish Wniosek o zezwolenie na pobyt) Polish students-mentors will assist the visiting students in filling up the above mentioned application (the application can be made in the Polish, English or German version). Matters concerning the legalization of the stay in Opole are dealt by: Opolski Urząd Wojewódzki (Regional Office of Opole) Wydział Spraw Obywatelskich i Cudzoziemskich (Department of Civic Matters and Foreigners) ul. Piastowska Opole Citizens of EEA countries are subject to the same conditions as the EU citizens. The citizens of Switzerland can enter Poland only on the basis of a valid passport. See also the web site of the Polish Ministry of Foreign Affairs
20 Non-EU/EEA citizens A citizen of a non-eu/eea country can enter the territory of Poland on the basis of a valid travel document (passport) and a visa (if required). A citizen of a non-eu country has to obtain the visa from the consulate of Poland in his/her country of residence. The short-term visa entitles to stay in Poland up to 3 months, the long-term visa up to 1 year. The prolongation of visa in Poland is only possible in case of force majeure or situation impossible to foresee while applying for the visa at the consulate. The visa can be prolonged only once. It is therefore necessary to apply for a visa in the consulate. The visa can be prolonged only once. It is therefore necessary to apply for visa in a consulate for the whole planned period of stay in Poland. For detailed information please visit: People who have received a visa for the whole period of stay in Poland are not obliged to apply for a residence permit. International Programmes LLP/Erasmus an European Programme for students, academic teachers and administrative staff that gives the opportunity to spend some time abroad at befriended institution. Students can spend from 3 to 12 months at Institutions with which their University has signed the Inter-Institutional Agreement. The list of Institutions cooperating with Opole University divided onto University s units is available here: Student of Opole University interested in participation in the Programme can find detailed information here: Foreign students interested in coming to Opole University within the Erasmus Programme should familiarize themselves with our web site: You can also find all the necessary documents and requirements that you have to comply with in order to be accepted to study at OU.
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