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Poland is situated just inside the area known as Eastern Europe, bordering Germany on one side and Lithuania, Belarus and Ukraine on the other. It is a relatively big country that spans from Baltic coastline in the north to lakes, forests, Carpathian Mountains and even a bit of desert in the south (yes – there are deserts in Europe!). The climate can be as diverse as the landscape. Poland’s cities have a vibrant mix of Jewish, German, Austrian, Czech and other cultures, making it a fascinating place to study. They also have typical European features, like highly efficient public transport and regular art, food and film festivals


Why Study in Poland

  • Poland is an incredible country with a diverse and rich education history of 650 years. Studying in Poland will give you a high quality European degree, recognizable all around the World at a low cost! Not only you will enjoy high quality of teaching, but also have a chance to pursue your future career in EU. Polish schools compete with each other not only to provide a wide variety of high quality courses, but also offer attractive tuition fees in programs such as MBBS, engineering, international business, tourism, hospitality and other courses. POLAND (POLSKA) lies in the very heart of the European continent making it easy access to and from other popular European destinations


A large part of the Polish higher education market is made up of private colleges and universities. There are about 310 private owned universities and colleges and 138 state schools of higher learning. This has resulted in a high level of competition that has given Poland lower prices for studying than in many other European countries. The higher education system is one of high quality and all leading universities offer programme thought in English, within study areas such as medicine, engineering, tourism, humanities, business, Hospitality, and finance. More than 100 higher education institutions in Poland currently offer study programme in English. Poland has taken active part in the Bologna Process. The ECTS (European Credit Transfer System) allows students to be geographically mobile and continue their education in other countries.There is no central administration for admission. Instead, each institute is responsible for their own admission process. However, each applicant must generally hold a “maturity certificate” to qualify for admission in Poland

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Schengen Country ( visa allows to travel to 26 members counties)

Extended Residence Permission after Graduation


20 Hours works permitted during studies as well as 3 months full time work during holidays.


Post study work permit for further six months to one year post education as long as you can prove that you can financially support yourself without seeking any government benefits

Next Intake

February / September

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