Incoming students

Incoming students


mgr Aneta Jabłońska
Academic cooperation officer


+48 46 834 40 28

godziny przyjęć

Mon. - Fri. 8:00 A.M. - 2:00 P.M.
Room C128


Application procedure and documents


If your University has a formal exchange agreement with Stefan Batory Academy of Applied Sciences  and you have been selected to study as an Erasmus student, read the practical information and apply on-line

Apply on-line

To this end, students who wish to come and visit us are invited to carefully read the information on access procedures, necessary documents to be produced and tips on practical aspects 

To apply  directly please register in our university system:

and also remember to fill in and send us your

  • Learning agreement

You should not forget to send the Transcript of Records (translated into English) from your home institution which gives information on the subjects you have attended at your university before the start of your Erasmus student mobility.




Remember, after you are accepted, but before you come to study at our school,

in order to promote and guarantee the safety and protection of the participants in their project, we need you to send us documents proving that you are insured against the risks linked to your participation in these activities you have been accepted for. The Erasmus+ Programme does not define a unique format of insurance, nor does it recommend specific insurance companies. Yet, your insurance must cover the following areas:

  • wherever relevant, travel insurance (including damage or loss of luggage);
  • third party liability (including, wherever appropriate, professional indemnity or insurance for responsibility);
  • accident and serious illness (including permanent or temporary incapacity);
  • death (including repatriation in case of projects carried out abroad);
  • If applicable, it is strongly recommended that participants are in possession of a European Health Insurance Card.
    This is a free card that gives access to medically necessary, state-provided healthcare during a temporary stay in any of the 28 EU countries, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Switzerland, under the same conditions and at the same cost (free in some countries) as people insured in that country.

More information on the card and on how to obtain it is available at



Stefan Batory Academy of Applied Sciences
Aneta Jabłońska
Erasmus+ Coordinator
ul. Batorego 64C
96-100 Skierniewice


application deadlines
  • June 30st for winter semester
  • November 31th for summer semester

Grading scale

5.0 five
Outstanding performance with only minor errors.
4.5 four and a half
(cztery i pół)
(Very Good)
Above the average standard but with some errors.
4.0 four
Generally good work with a number of notable errors.
3.5 three and a half
(trzy i pół)
Satisfactory with a number of significant errors.
3.0 three
Passable performance, meeting the minimum criteria.
2.0 two
Considerable further work is required.

no credit


Dom Studenta (Student Dormitory)


ul Batorego 64C, 96-100 Skierniewice, Poland


The accommodation deadline:
  • June 30st for winter semester
  • November 31th for summer semester
Double room 310 PLN per person
Single room 470 PLN per person
Double room 340 PLN per person
method of payment

Payment should be made to the account:
30 1020 3352 0000 1702 0201 2243



Student has to pay a security deposit of 300 zł in beginning. The deposit will be returned to you before your departure if the accommodation is vacated without any damage.

Getting to & living in Skierniewice

Located in the centre of Poland, between the two major cities ( Lodz and Warsaw) is easily accessible by all means of transport:

  • by plane to Warsaw Frederic Chopin Airport: (, and then by bus or by taxi to Warszawa Centralna Train Station (,
  • by plane to Lodz Wladyslaw Reymont Airport: (, and then by bus or by taxi to Łódź Kaliska Station (,
  • by train: frequent and fast connections with Warsaw (travel time: 1 hour), with Lodz (travel time: 1 hour), and with other cities in Poland,
  • by car: It will include the following motorways (
  • A-1 from the Scandinavian countries via Gdansk, Torun, Lodz, Czestochowa, Katowice to the Balkans
  • A-2 from London via Brussels, Amsterdam, Berlin, Poznan, Lodz, Warsaw, Minsk to Moscow
  • A-8 from Paris via Strasbourg, Cologne, Dresden, Wroclaw, Lodz, Warsaw, and from Geneva via Munich, Prague, Wroclaw, Lodz, Warsaw.
costs of living:

The Polish currency is the zloty (1 zł = 100). The annual average euro exchange rate is 1 euro = 4,28 zł. Current exchange rates can be found at

We advise you to prepare about 1000–1500 zł per month towards the cost of living.

Monthly rent:
  • dormitory 240-360 zł,
  • room at a private apartment 400-800 zł.
  • Food: 350-400zł (bread: 2,00zł - 3,00zł ; milk: 2,00 zł– 3,50zł; butter: 3,00zł – 5,00zł; mineral water: 0,90zł – 2,90zł)

The students of Stefan Batory Academy of Applied Sciences can stay at a dormitory or rent a private room. Dormitories are usually cheaper, but you need to apply early to get a room or bed.

There is 1 dormitory on the campus of Stefan Batory Academy of Applied Sciences, offering over 80 places. Prices: 240-360 zł per bed, depending on the standard of the floor and the kind of room.

You will be asked to pay a deposit of 300 PLN (in cash) per person, which will be paid back at the end of the Academic Year. So please make sure to have about 700 PLN for the first month.

Basic furniture: single beds, wardrobes, bookcases, desks and a fridge. Every dormitory is equipped with a kitchen.



Outside the campus there are bars with "home dinners”, a few cafes, grocery shops, pizzerias and restaurants. Approximate cost of dinner in a bar is 9-30 zł.

In the dormitories there is a possibility to prepare your own meals in the kitchens. This allows to lower the daily cost of meals.


Information about Poland:

Wszystko o programie Erasmus krok po kroku