So when you said "On the other hand UK Master doesn't obey Bologna rules and last less time that agreed minimum." you were not being entirely truthful.
You're right :)
Just as the UK has many Bachelor's degrees which last four years rather than the Bologna three (e.g. BEd, BA/BSC QTS, BA language courses, 'sandwich' courses, etc).
That's true abut most of European countries and despite of that they have 2 years master.
No. Many Polish undergraduate courses are these 'licencjat' things, at a lower lever. Not unlike US Associate degrees.
You've just explained difference between American undergraduate and Polish licencjat. But it's not important in context of question about doing Master studies after bachelor studies. Except if Polish licencjat is not enough to do master in the USA?
To sum up, is it impossible to get into a university for MA after swps or some other universities in Poland??
Of course it's possible, especially doing Master in Poland after bachelor in SWPS. It's just not world known university to easily get accepted into good western university for master.