Welcome to Poland!
Poland is a country in Central Europe that boasts of picturesque old towns and medieval architecture, humming city life and imaginative culinary scene.
With its extensive history, the country provides international students with a vibrant and culture-rich environment.
Over the past years, Poland has gained popularity among international students due to its universities developing international curricula and programs that are being taught in English. Also, the quality of Polish education is strictly monitored and regularly evaluated by the Polish Accreditation Committee, the General Council for Science and Higher Education and the Conference of Rectors of the Academic Schools in Poland. In addition, the tuition fees in Poland are highly competitive and the costs of living are a fraction of what a foreign student would have to spend in other European cities.
The country prides itself in being progressive, religiously and culturally diverse and in promoting creativity and intellectual thought. Thus, Poland is the perfect place for international students wanting to experience European culture while gaining a high-quality education.
Polish people are known to be very hospitable. Being invited in one’s home is a sign of trust and an important part of relationship building process for a foreigner, no matter if private or business. Having such kind of environment would be beneficial to any foreign students who miss their home countries.
Studying in Poland is cheaper than in other parts of Europe. The range of tuition fees start from 1000 to 3000 Euro.Even the standard of living is cheaper in Poland than in other parts of Europe. The cost of public transportation is only 25 Euro, a decent meal can cost about 5 Euro and one can enjoy the cinema at 3 Euro!
Affordable Cost of Living and Tuition Fees
Studying should not only be restricted to academic and university life. A student should still find time to enjoy life and become a well-rounded individual. And Poland is the perfect place to study while also enjoying life to the fullest. It has a lot to offer from vibrant places to party, to go out of town on a weekend, for music and film festivals.
Exciting Student and Cultural Life
High Quality Universities
Poland has more than 450 higher education institutions. They are considered to be highly specialized universities which produce outstanding experts in different fields of endeavors.
Poland is a part of the Socrates-Erasmus Program
Established in 1987, the Socrates-Erasmus program is a student exchange program that combines all of the European Union’s current scheme for education, training, youth and sport. The idea of allowing the exchange between European students originated in 1969, as Italian educator Sofia Corradi raised awareness to make it known in the academic and institutional sphere. After many years of its creation, the program has promoted movement of more than 3.3 million students around the European Union.
Polish cuisine is comforting and fulfilling, and not to mention healthy. And Poland is a leading supporter of non-GMO, bio and organic food movement. The popularity of the healthy eating and organic food trend in the country together with its straightforward capitalist system, created a large supply for consumers. Thus, price of organic food is very affordable!
Inexpensive, Delicious, and Healthy Cuisine