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General Information

Capital: Warsaw
Languages: English, Polish
Population : 38,192,000
Currency is zloty (PLN)
It is just 1 hour to Germany

Information about Poland

The Republic of Poland – Rzeczpospolita Polska in Polish – lies in the very geographical center of Europe between, clockwise from the north, the Baltic Sea, Russia’s Kaliningrad enclave, Lithuania, Belarus, Ukraine, Slovakia, the Czech Republic and Germany. Its area of 312,677 sq km (120,725 sq miles) and population of 38,6 million makes Poland a sizeable European nation on a par with Spain and the key one in Central-Eastern Europe. It also proves one of the world’s vibrant and open economies.

Studying in Poland

Poland is one of the most advanced country in Central Europe. It has many Universities. The standard of Polish universities are at par with the World Standard of University Education. As per world ranking , Polish Universities stand in very high positions with Warsaw University of Technology at the rank 508, Wroclaw University of Technology at the rank 612 , Gdansk University of Technology at the rank 762 or Lodz University of Technology at 1039 rank. The ranking were taken from the 3000 top Universities across the Globe. Polish educational system provides high quality services. That is proven by the success of Polish proffesionals working all over the world, acclaimed as perfectly educated, creative and effective.

Polish Universities have numerous agreements with other International Universities within the European Union and beyond it. Some Polish Universities also reward dual degrees. 

Polish university education system has a history of 650 years of educating high profile professionals. It resulted with a profit not only for Poland, but also for many countries all over the world, where the Poles brought their professionalism and the spirit of innovation. 

Since 2007/2008 academic year Polish higher education system has been divided to three stages, which are: Bachelor (Licencjat, Inżynier), Master (Magister), and Doctor (Doktor). This system applies to all fields of education except Law, Pharmacy, Psychology, Veterinary Medicine, Medicine and Dentistry, which are still based on two-stage system (Master and Doctor).

In March 2008 Poland has become a member of Schengen pact, which means that students studying in Poland can move freely within 26 partner countries without the need of any additional visa. This includes all European states except UK, North Ireland. 

Entry to Schengen pact also enhances the possibility of finding placement into these countries. Polish Educational Degrees are recognized in all these 26 countries. The passing out students are permitted to take part the campus recruitments and also can apply for placements in any Schengen countries.

Reasons to Study in Poland
  • No IELTS
  • Schengen Visa
  • Very Low Funds to Show
  • 10+2 Pass Eligible
  • 99.95 % Visa Success Rate
  • Visa within 15 days 
  • Easy Embassy Interview
  • For low costs of studying and living
  • When the student does the course in other countries he ends up in 8-10 lacs but in Poland it will hardly cost him 3 to 3.5 lacs with boarding and lodging.
  • There is an acute shortage of manpower in Poland [nearly of 1 million people]
  • TRC card [temporary residency card] from the immigration department is issued within 3 months Entitling the student to work part time
  • Student can’t work for the first 3 months but this period he can utilize to know the culture and understand the market.
  • If the student is good at English and has bank balance of 8-9 lacs then visa is never a problem.
  • PR is possible after 5 years
  • For rapid economical development
  • For high level of personal security
  • For outstanding culture and entertainment offer
Cost of Study 

Diploma: EUR 1000 - EUR 1200
Under Graduate Programmes : EUR 1000 –EUR 4000
Post Graduate Programmes : EUR 2500 - EUR 4000

Cost of Living

Accommodation: 200-300 Euros PM
Food: 10-50 Euros

The cost of living is very competitive and whole studies including hostels and food can be closed at a budget of 5000 Euro-9000 Euro per year depending upon the courses .


In most cases the academic year at Polish universities consists of 2 semesters of 15 weeks duration each. Fall semester starts in the beginning of October and lasts till mid-February, with two-week break for Christmas holidays and with a one-week vacation period in February. Spring semester starts in mid February and lasts till the end of June, with one-week break for Easter holidays. Summer vacation lasts from the beginning of July to the end of September.

Working in Poland

Part Time Job is allowed for 20 hrs per week as an internship.

Application Requirements 
  • The requirements for international students applying for universities in Poland are as follows:
  • Notarized secondary school certificate or an official duplicate issued by the candidate's high school,
  • 4 passport-size photographs,
  • Copy of candidate's ID (passport)
  • Certificate of the English language proficiency optionally (unless the high school courses were taught in English);
  • Medical certificate with no contraindication for studying
  • Bank letter of Financial Support


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