No matter the city or the course, choosing to study in Poland is a geat idea. Here are just a few reasons why
So many options
In Poland there are 1,5 milion students studying at more than 400 universities, study programmes (In English or Polish) and hundreds of language classes. There is also an abundance of art colleges to choose from, as well as faculties of humanities and polytechnics, complete with fully equipped laboratories and supercomputers.
While you study in Poland You will have a chance to enter a competition with NASA, or become part of a prestigious scholarship programme for those interested in the humanities (such as ancient and modern languages, literature and philosophy). Polish business schools deliver world class education in management and finance (also as double degree programmes) and are internationally accredited.
See for yourself – one and a half milion students can’t be wrong, can they?
Study in the centre of Europe
Poland is the place where you can earn a diploma that will open the door to the best companies in Europe, even some of the best in the world. The country has many other perks, such as the fact that it’s medical schools accredited in the US and that while studying in Poland, you have acces to the EU’s study programmes and can do internships or traineeships abroad.
With top quality internationally recognised degrees almost no other region in the world can set your career off to such a promising start.
Live in a student city that’s bursting with different cultures
Study in the european capital of culture Wroclaw, artistic Krakow, hipster Warsaw, multi cultural Lublin, academic Poznan or coastal Gdansk. There’s something for everyone in each city, from student pubs to vegan restaurants and art galleries. Mingle with the crowd at the place of culture in Warsaw, explore Krakow’s Wawel castle, go skiing in the Tatra Mountains or sail in the Masurian Lake District.
Ideal for a student budget
If you dream of being independent and going abroad but worry about the cost, Poland is ideal for students on a tight budget.