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University of Lodz - transfer study rules in Poland, nostrification


weintome 2 | 10
29 Jan 2015 #1
I'm Vietnamese, I'm applying for University of Lodz by transfer study but they gave me this message. But, I don't understand clearly. I would have an opportunity to study in Poland or not.

" Thank you for the transcript. There is one issue more regarding the school certificate and visit to the Embassy.
According to the Study Rules for International Students the school certificate should be legalized by the Embassy of Poland in the country where it was issued. You may see the rules on the webpage

iso.uni.lodz.pl/study-in-english/nostrification
As you are in Indonesia now we might face a difficulty in getting the appropriate stamps from the Polish Embassy.
I am very sorry for this inconvenience but transfer is always very difficult due to different systems of education and long procedures with getting legalization of the documents.

Regards, "

MAy you help me to understand more about this one. Thank you too much. Count on you guys. I'm worried.
Shizuka 10 | 44
29 Jan 2015 #2
You'd better ask to the Polish embassy. Calm down :)
OP weintome 2 | 10
29 Jan 2015 #3
Now, I'm waiting the feedback from them on this case. But, still hope to be there Poland.
Monitor 14 | 1,820
29 Jan 2015 #4
They tell you that you need to certify your school certificate in Polish embassy. If you study in Vietnam, then you must do it in Polish embassy in Vietnam. If you study in Indonesia, then in Polish embassy in Indonesia. Usually such certification is done by a country's ministry of foreign affairs, but neither Indonesia nor Vietnam is member of the Apostille Convention.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Apostille_Convention

Now, I'm waiting the feedback from them on this case. But, still hope to be there Poland.

Call them not to wait.
OP weintome 2 | 10
29 Jan 2015 #5
Thanks for your instruction. I've called them 2 days before. They told me that I have to wait for an e-mail official.

According to your speech abobe, Vietnam and Indoneisa are not a member of the Apostille Convention. That means I cannot study in Poland? or get other ways?

I'm confused this one make me worried a long time. Thank you too much.
Monitor 14 | 1,820
29 Jan 2015 #6
No, signature from Polish embassy should be enough.
OP weintome 2 | 10
29 Jan 2015 #7
I got you points. I gotta wait the documents by legaliztion Polish embassy in Indonesia . Thank you. I never give up. Because..... I'm not you. :))


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