Frequently Asked Questions

A selection of the most frequently asked questions.

A selection of the most frequently asked questions.

This is a selection of the most frequently asked questions along with answers. If you require any further assistance please contact us.

Each year Narodowy Bank Polski Technical Cooperation programme is published in a form of a Catalogue and its hard copy is send directly to the central banks. Simultaneously, the programme and description of each event may be found in a form of the electronic Catalogue and news are published online at

Technical Cooperation activities are offered exclusively to staff members of central banks and other institutions with competences similar to the tasks of Narodowy Bank Polski from the countries outside European Union.

In order to provide equal opportunities to all we may accept up to two candidates from one central bank/institution per event.

Please fill in the online application form before the deadline stated in our brochure (for further information about programme, description and deadline of activities, please see Catalogue).
Should you encounter any problems applying online, please get in touch with our contact persons (

Applications for seminars/workshops must be received by the deadline stated in the Catalogue and in the news posted at, whereas applications for study visits/internships should be received 2 months before the proposed date of a study visit/internship. Please note that we will not be able to consider late applications.

Yes – upon your manager/Training Department approval.

All events are conducted in English, if not indicated otherwise in the Catalogue. To effectively benefit from NBP’s Technical Cooperation activities, a good command of English is required.

If a visa is required, it must be applied for in time. This might be granted on the basis of an invitation issued by Narodowy Bank Polski. On the website of the relevant Polish Embassy you can find information about the individual requirements. It is not Narodowy Bank Polski’s authority to assist participants with visa; therefore we suggest contacting the relevant embassy as soon as possible you enroll and get accepted for the event.

Narodowy Bank Polski provides accommodation, board as per agenda of each event and cultural programme. However, it does not cover the travel expenses and medical insurance for participants.

Normal business attire is recommended for attending workshops/seminars, while casual clothing may be worn for some of the social events (e.g. dinner and/or sightseeing tour).

Please email the Technical Cooperation Division stating the problem.

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