Student mLegitimation is nothing more than a student ID card on your phone. This solution has already been used by 120 universities in Poland, which have already passed more than 170,000m pieces of legislation. We encourage more – confirmed Adam Andruszkiewicz, Minister of Foreign Affairs in the Prime Minister’s Chancellery.
The mLegitymacja student is part of the mObywat application. Student mLegitimation is nothing more than a student ID card on your phone. It has the same functions as the traditional version of the document.
If a student wants to have their student ID on the phone, the first step is on the university side – to remind the Digital Policy Promotion Division of the Prime Minister’s Chancellery in a statement sent to the PAP.
The Rector or another person designated by him must complete the appropriate form (https://www.gov.pl/web/cyfryzacja/uruchocomienie-mlegitymacji-studenckiej-ankieta), the next step is to sign the agreement.
“There are no costs associated with joining our project. The university does not have to purchase additional hardware or software. For students, these are the same benefits – in the application installed on the smartphone, they can have a complete alternative to the traditional version of the document. 120 universities in Poland, Which has already passed more than 170,000 milliards of legislation. We are encouraging more, ”- said Adam Andrushkowitz, Minister of Foreign Affairs in the Prime Minister’s Chancellery.
mLegitymations is issued to students of public and private universities. To be able to use the digital version of the ID card, the student must have a phone running the Android or iOS operating system. The document must be activated via the QR code and the activation code received at the university.
Student legislation is issued, among others, by the Jagiellonian University in Krakow, Warsaw University of Technology, AGH University of Science and Technology Stanisław Staszica in Kraków, University of لودód, Pozna University of Technology, Maria Curie-Skodowska University, University of Gdask and University of Wroclaw. (PAP)
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