Poland, officially the Republic of Poland, is a country located in Central Europe. It has 16 administrative subdivisions. Poland is bordered by Baltic Sea, Lithuania to the north, Belarus and Ukraine to the east, Slovakia and the Chez Republic to the south and Germany to the west.
Poland is a fascinating country that serves as the geographical and cultural crossroads of Eastern and Western Europe. It has embedded history of over 1000 years and culturally diverse country with beautiful landscapes. As to mention about Higher Education in Poland has a history dating back almost 800 years and it is home to nearly 400 institution-most of the institutions offer programs in English.
- Country: Poland
- Capital: Warsaw
- Major Cities: Warsaw, Krakow, Lodz, Wroclaw, Poznan, Lublin
- Population: 38 million
- Area: 312,679 Km2
- Official language: Polish
- Dial code: +48
- Currency: Zloty (PLN)
- Fall: Starts in Oct and ends in the mid week of Feb (15 weeks classes)
- SPRING: Starts in mid Feb and ends in June
- Summer vacation: July to September (END)
- NOTE: Intakes vary from university to university in Poland.
Why study in Poland?
- Inexpensive tuition fees and living cost
- High quality education
- Vibrant student and cultural life
- Easy and fast processing
- IELTS optional
- TRC and PR option
- Part-time work permission
It’s like in many other study destinations the cost of tuition fee varies among universities and program of studies. However, international students are expected to pay around € 2000 to € 6000 per year. The majority of courses cost significantly less than in other notable countries. Quite a few universities in Poland provide some sort of accommodation to its newly arrived international students. One expects to pay around 80 Euro to little higher for a shared room. Living cost in Poland is relatively cheaper than other European countries. In most of the time international students can cover up their monthly expenses for € 400.00
International students are from UC countries are eligible to work without work permit. However, students from non-EU countries are restricted from working in Poland. In some cases, they can work up to 20 hours per week as a part-time. They are permitted to work full-time during vacation such as June, July and August. Once graduated international students from Non-EU countries apply for stay back option and once granted they can look for a permanent skilled work for up to 1 year.
- Academic with latest degree
- IELTS (Optional)
- Designated college application form
- Bank certificate with statement
- Income sources verification certificate
- Medical report
- Police clearance