Blue 'S' symbolInformation for Polish nationals and foreigners who apply on the basis of the rules for Polish nationals.Places available and thresholds

Number of places available

To check the number of candidates who can be admitted to a programme, or to see how many persons admitted are required for the programme to run, find the programme you are interested in in the study catalogue on the OAS website ( and click on the "places available" tab.

The following values have been established for all study programmes:

Number of places the maximum number of persons who can be admitted to this programme
Minimum number
of students
the number of students enrolled in the first year required for the programme to run

They may be changed by the Rector's decree. In such case, information about the new number of places is published online.

Minimum number of points

When taking part in admissions, candidates may notice information about a minimum number of points required for admission to a given programme. The minimum number of points is a value determined by the Faculty Admission Board during their sitting after the period for confirming registrations closes. It reflects the number of points required for admission (but does not mean that all candidates who achieve this result are admitted). All candidates who achieve a result lower than this value receive a decision stating that they have not been admitted due to not achieving a high enough result.


  • Once determined, the minimum number of points stays in force in all subsequent application rounds for this programme.
  • A candidate who sees in their OAS account that they are "not admitted due to lack of points" is not and cannot be admitted to the programme. Even if there still places available and an additional application round opens, if they apply again with the same result, they will not be admitted.
  • Candidates who take part in additional application rounds are notified of the minimum number of points set at this programme during registration process in the OAS.

Frequently Asked Questions