Erasmus - English version

Welcome to Pomeranian College!

Pomeranian College is a non-public higher education institution offering first-cycle studies in fields of:

  • administration,
  • education,
  • logistics,
  • tourism and recreation

and a wide range of postgraduate courses in unique and attractive areas of study.

Taking care of the highest level of education Pomeranian College employs best academic teachers and as well as skilled and experienced professionals to provide newest knowledge and market skills to our students. Since its establishment in 2001 the College has educated thousands of students, valued by employers and effective in the job market. Our premises include two buildings fully equipped with modern facilities, with large lecture halls and classrooms, auditorium, computer labs, seminar rooms, library, all adapted for persons with disabilities.

General information for Erasmus students

Erasmus+ is a EU programme that provides opportunities for millions of Europeans to study, train, gain work experience and volunteer abroad. As an integrated programme, bringing together seven existing EU programmes in the fields of education, training, and youth, it aims to boost skills and employability, as well as modernizing education, training, and youth work.

Having been awarded the Erasmus Charter for Higher Education 2014-2020, Pomeranian College signs inter-institutional agreements with Partner Universities from UE member states and non-UE programme countries to enable successful students and staff mobility for education and training. 

With regard to students mobility, Pomeranian College ensures full recognition for satisfactorily completed activities of study mobility in terms of credits awarded. The College applies ECTS system to guarantee the quality of mobility activities and transparency of recognition procedures. In ECTS, 60 credits are attached to the workload of a full academic year, with associated learning outcomes; 30 ECTS credits are given for a semester. At the end of the mobility period, a student receives a Transcript of Records which indicates all activities and courses satisfactorily completed by a student, a number of ECTS credits earned for each course, grades achieved etc. All credits a student earns during the mobility period are originally agreed in the Learning Agreement and recognized by the home institution. A Diploma Supplement which includes student achievements earned during their study at the College and abroad is issued to accompany every degree successfully completed by a student.

The grading system applied at Pomeranian College:

Pomeranian College Grading System

ECTS Grading System




bardzo dobry / excellent – outstanding performance with only minor errors



dobry plus / very good – above the average standard but with some errors



dobry / good - generally sound work with a number of notable errors



dostateczny plus / satisfactory – fair but with significant shortcomings



dostateczny / sufficient - performance meets the minimum criteria



niedostateczny / insufficient -  more work required before the credit can be awarded

Linguistic and cultural support

Pomeranian College provides linguistic support for incoming students and staff. We are helpful to all our mobile participants in case of language and cultural problems. Incoming students are offered foreign language courses, at different levels tailored to their needs, as well as courses in Polish language, culture and civilization. We provide all the mentoring and arrangement assistance to mobile participants to help them integrate into the College’s everyday life.

Useful information

Health insurance

EU Students are entitled to medical services on the basis of form E-111, European Card of Health Insurance or equivalent. The forms should be obtained from students’ national health services before their trip to Poland and presented upon registration at a public medical centre.

Non-EU Students are advised to purchase health insurance in Poland immediately after their arrival (it is suggested that travel insurance should cover the travel and initial stay).

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Residence permit

EU Citizens are not required to have a visa to study in Poland if they stay on the territory of Poland for a period of up to 90 days. Students staying in Poland longer than 3 months are obliged to apply for a temporary residence permit in Urząd Wojewódzki in Gdansk, ul. Okopowa 21/27.

Non-EU Students should apply for visa in a consulate for the whole planned period of studies in Poland. A visa is issued on the basis of the acceptance letter from the hosting university in Poland confirming the student’s enrollment for a certain period of studies.

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Upon request, accommodation can be arranged by the Erasmus Office in the area close to the College.

If you need more information or encounter any problems please contact our Erasmus Office!