Medical University of Bialystok. Application requirements.

  • Updated 08.04.2021 by Dział Rozwoju i Ewaluacji

    Application requirements

    In order to qualify for a PhD course, each candidate has to go through the official admission process via an online recruitment system. All the required documents shall be submitted online. Online recruitment for candidates will open on 1 March 2018.


    1. A PhD candidate files an application for admission to the International Interdisciplinary PhD Studies in Biomedical Research and Biostatistics to the Rector of the Medical University of Bialystok, with the following attachments:

    • Personal information form (a template will be available from the MUB website),
    • Graduation diploma (Master’s studies); foreigners are required to submit a graduation diploma from their Master’s studies or equivalent in Poland, or a legalised diploma or another document to verify completion of a university course recognized as equivalent to the Polish diploma of second-cycle studies or equivalent, in accordance with specific legal regulations;
    • Transcript of records for all subjects passed in the course of study and the average of grades, issued by the respective Dean’s office; for second-cycle studies, this should be a certified transcript (with grade average) of the Bachelor study records and Master’s study records,
    • Photograph conforming to the requirements applicable to issuance of identification documents (min. resolution 300 dpi, JPEG format, 300 x 375 pixels, max. 1MB),
    • Declaration of full legal capacity (a template will be available from the MUB website),
    • List and copies of title pages of scientific literature published or accepted for publication, authored or co-authored by the candidate,
    • List and copies of presentations (live or poster presentations) at scientific conferences; if the candidate is the first author or presenter, certificates should be enclosed, issued by the respective conference committees, to verify that the candidate was the presenting author,
    • Certificate of completion of training/research work at a research/scientific centre abroad,
    • Certificate of completion of an internship/course in English, related to the topic area of the studies,
    • Declaration on selection of a thematic area (from a list attached to the recruitment conditions), being an active or future subject of PhD candidate research interest,
    • Cover letter, presenting the candidate’s research career vision own assessment of their skills and knowledge that may be useful for the International Interdisciplinary PhD Studies in Biomedical Research and Biostatistics,
    • (a) reference letter(s) (not more than 3) on the candidate's experience with different research techniques (specifying the techniques in which the candidate has experience, i.e. hours of work with the specific techniques).


    2. Candidates shall submit all documents in English. If they were originally written in a different language, only sworn or certified translations will be accepted.