Why Study in Poland?
Although the Polish have a long standing history of educational systems that have not just been profitable to themselves for 650 years, but also have proved beneficial to the world, the system has undergone a rapid change that demarcates most of the educational courses to be divided in three stages, Bachelor (Licencjat, Inżynier), Master (Magister), and Doctor (Doktor). However, there a few courses like Law, Pharmacy, Psychology, Veterinary Medicine, Medicine and Dentistry that still have just two levels, Master and Doctor.
One of the unique features that many studies in Poland consultants can shed light on, when students inquire for when comparing to popular destinations is that, not only is the education and overall expenses cheaper than in many of the popular destinations, but the universities in Poland foster a sense of belonging as well as freedom to international students.
The following are some of the unique features that seem to attract students from all over the world when they think of quality education.
Many courses that are offered by universities can be pursued at just around 2000 to 3000 euros per year. In some cases where the rector of the university sees fit, these fees are also reduced or even completely waived off.
Although Polish is the main language, students do not need to know Polish to study in Poland since most of the courses offered are taught in English.
All international students can apply for scholarships through the Bureau for Academic Recognition and International Exchange who arrive to study in Poland.
Since Poland is situated in Central Europe, students can avail of tourist visa and travel to other places which help in enhancing their outlook of the world.
All Academic Certificates
Medium of Instructions from the school and college
2 Recommendation letters from the professors or Head of the Departments.
Statement of Purpose
Affidavit of support
University application Fee ( as per the University we opt)