UNIVERSITY OF BIELSKO-BIALA - UNIVERSITY FOR YOU!

Dear International Students,

because of the increasing number of confirmed SARS-COV-2 cases in Poland, the Rector of the University of Bielsko-Biala issued an order to continue distance teaching and learning mode until November 29, 2020. This applys to all courses including specialist laboratories and exercises.

Let us remind you that since Saturday, October 24, all of Poland has become “the red zone”.

We suggest you to stay at home and follow the established sanitary restrictions, such as:
  •     covering the mouth and nose when going out
  •     pubs and restaurants open for take-outs only
  •     limitation of meetings, events
  •     gatherings to 5 people from outside of your household
  •     hours from 10 am to 12 pm reserved for senior citizens to do their shopping
  •     gyms and swimming pools remain closed
  •     limited number of people in shopping malls and places of worship
  •     limited number of people in public transport.
Find out more intormation about the coronavirus recommendations here and temporary limitations here and here.

If you feel sick, call a doctor and stay home! 24-hour telephone line will inform you how to deal with SARS-CoV-2 virus: 800 190 590 (for Polish telephone cards) and for foreign telephone cards +48 800 190 590 (for English press 6).

If you feel worrid abut the coronavirus, contact your Erasmus+ coordinator and/or our IRO via e-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Stay safe, everyone!  Wear a mask, wash and disinfect your hands, keep your physical distance!

Your IRO UBB

University of Bielsko-Biala in a nutshell


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07 March 2021
Student Housing
The University of Bielsko-Biała offers you offers single, double and triple rooms in the Student Dormitory. Each room is equipped with a wardrobe, a table, a chair, a refrigerator and bed linen (to be changed every 3 weeks). Wi-Fi is included in the price.

Common spaces:
The spacious kitchens have two sinks, two slabs and they are fully equipped. Bathrooms are common for residents of 4 rooms. Every morning, special personnel cleans the common areas and corridors. A shared laundry room with two washing machines is available on the ground floor. There is a telephone on each floor.

For price list click here.

Information for Erasmus+ students
The winter semester starts on 1st October. Checking in starts from 29th of September. 
The summer semester starts on 22nd of February. Checking in starts from 20th of February.
Note that number of rooms is limited. Do not delay the application process.

Method of Payment 
Accommodation can be paid for ATH cash desk (kasa) at Willowa 2, at the campus, the building B or at the post office (poczta).You can also pay at the dormitory’s administration office. Payment should be made in cash before the 15th day of each month.

Deposit 
At the beginning foreign students are asked to pay a refundable deposit for accommodation in the amount of about 150 PLN. The deposit will be returned to the students before their departure if there is no necessity to pay for any damage caused.
Download file: 
Housing Request Form - study
Housing Request Form
 - traineeship

Contact:
Student Dormitory (in Polish: Dom Studenta)
ul. Spółdzielców 11
43-303 Bielsko-Biała
Phone:  
+ 48 33 827-96-50
+ 48 604-087-842
E-mail: gblotko@ath.bielsko.pl

How to get to the dormitory from the main train station (Bielsko-Biała Główna) or from the main bus station
Bus number: 16 (direction: Wapienica Zapora)
From bus stop: Warszawska Dworzec
To bus stop: Cieszyńska Hulanka
 
You can buy tickets in the kiosk (next to the train station or at the bus stop) or from the bus driver. Please note that tickets bought from the bus driver are more expensive. Remember to clip your ticket in the bus.

To find out more click here.


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24 February 2021
Partner Institutions

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The University of Bielsko-Biala cooperates with many academic centres and research institutes all over the world to build partnerships to help better the experience for students. The number of bilateral agreements is growing rapidly each year – nowadays we have over 100 Erasmus+ agreements in EU and beyond, as well as about 50 bilateral agreements covering scientific and educational cooperation with foreign partners. read more>
22 February 2021
Course Cataloge in Russian
Are you a speaker of the Russian language? This course catalog will help you to pick up a study programme that fits your interest. Bear in mind that the courses are held in Polish except for MA in International Business and MSc in Computer Science that are held in English.  read more>
17 February 2021