Study in Poland
Poland is ninth largest European country situated in central Europe. It is bordered by Germany, Belarus, Slovakia, Czech Republic, Ukraine and Lithuania. This country has a mind blowing and an extremely rich education history.
Studying in Poland can guarantee you a high quality European degree, recognizable all across the globe at an affordable cost. Not only does one get taught immaculately, but also gets chance to pursue his/her career in the European Union. 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 etc.
In Poland, institutions of higher education offer more than 200 master’s degree programs in English. This country has significantly increased the total quantity of international students in recent years because Polish government welcomes and provides best education to international students.
The basic cost of studies is also very competitive. Within the affordable fees international students can get recognizable degree from Poland. There are 500 universities and other departments of higher education in Poland. Approximately 35% of the higher education institutes are public and the remaining 65% are private. Overseas students are charged quite an affordable range tuition fees in public institutions. The following are on an average:
- 2000 Euros for Bachelors, Masters and further professional degrees.
- 3000 Euros for Ph.D.
- 5000 Euros (approx.) for private institutions.
Polish institutions are well regarded worldwide for both education and research. Two Polish institutions, Jagiellonian University and the University of Warsaw are among the top 400 world universities as rated by the Times Higher Education World University rankings.
In Poland most universities offer two intakes. The fall semester runs from October through mid-February and the spring semester runs from mid-February to end of the June. The deadlines for most of the universities are in July and august for fall semester and January for spring semester.
Although Poland is going through a process of rapid economic development, the cost of living is still significantly lower than in most of the EU countries. Around 500 euros per month is average living cost in Poland which is enough to cover accommodation, transport and food.
There are many possibilities to get settled in Poland after completion of study. Professionals can apply for a Blue card once they find an employer. This is valid for 2-3 years and the person can work all over European Union. After 5 years you can apply for Permanent Residence option.
Poland has all the right places for students to relax themselves and have some fun. In holiday you can see the beauty of Poland as it has a lot of national parks, forests, ancient cities, castles and clubs for tourists. Krakow, Warsaw, Gdansk, Wroclaw, Poznan, Tatra National Park, Torun and Bialowieza Forest, these are some best places to visit in Poland.
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