I have saved a lot over my previous working years, and i need be i will ask my parents for support.
Thanks for the advice though
I fear that there are no immigration lawyers in Poland like in Canada but BrownRuffrider you could always try to ask the school for their support and get in touch with the authorities to try to defend your case.
The university has supported be throughout the case, but how much can they actually do?
They are not the government, so at best they can right a good letter for me to attach to any appeals i have.
On a more promising note, a lawyer in warsaw has told me that i can try to get the decision nullified in accordance to article 154 in the polish administrative constitution.
Also I called the place in warsaw which gave me the final decision. I talked to nice gentlemen there who said, that it was a first offense, i'm a student plus i passed my 4th year, and that the person who gave me that decision was too harsh. He said, "if it were me, i would have gave you a pass." Now this all sounds good but in the end the decision has been made, and i can only try to nullify the decision.