Situated in central Europe, with the population of over 38 million people, Poland is the sixth most populous member of the European Union. Poland borders 7 countries: Germany on the west, Czech Republic and Slovakia on the south, Ukraine, Belarus and Lithuania on the east, and Russia on the north. It can be easily reached from every part of the globe. Poland is a Modern and dynamic member of European member where education really counts. Poland is an ideal destination for international students who would like not only to get a degree, but also explore some countries of the European continent. Poland has a rich culture and strong academic tradition. By choosing to study in Poland, Students will increase chances of finding a good job in the European Union and beyond.
Warsaw is the economic and political capital of Poland. It has about 1.7 million inhabitants and is the 6th largest city in the European Union. Warsaw is also very welcoming for foreign students and is a great place to study and build a successful career. Warsaw is one of the most exciting, cosmopolitan cities in the world; it is a fantastic place to live and study which offers a rich historical backdrop of some o the leading modern landmarks.
High Quality Universities
Poland has more than 450 higher Education institutions including both private and public. There are highly specialised universities which enable the formation of outstanding experts from a variety of fields. International students have a lot of options to choose from.
Polish Universities and colleges have affordable fee structure compare to other parts of Europe. Tuition fees starts from less than 1500 EUR per year and rarely go higher than 3000 EUR.
Vibrant Student and Cultural Life
Being a student in an international university is much more than only studying. It is only as important as the other components of higher education: sports, music festivals, hanging out with friends, going out of town for the weekends, etc.Keeping in view these components of a student life, Every year, each university organizes its own carnival.There are plenty of things to get involved in every day life, so the international students will find no time for boredom.
Scholarships for International students
Each year, a considerable number of scholarships for foreign students are launched. Most of them are targeted to deserving students from across the world.
Polish people are extraordinarily hospitable.Poles won't hesitate to offer the needies, their flat for a night or two if they face problems with arranging accommodation and they always care to make your stay in Poland comfortable and interesting.
Polish higher education system has been divided to three stages, Bachelor, Master and Doctorate, simultaneously. 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). The academic year is divided into two parts: the fall semester (October-mid February), and the spring semester (mid February-June). Each of them ends with the examination period. Teaching is given in the form of lectures, classes, seminars, laboratory classes and discussion group.
Cost of Education
Poland is known to be an accessible European country, with a strong history and broad perspectives. Tuition fees are also below the European average while the rewards of studying in Poland are high. Tuition fees may vary from 2,000 EUR for Bachelor, Master, postgraduate Master degree courses and professional studies 3,000 EUR for Ph.D., specialised and vocational courses
Private universities have average tuition fees of 50,000 EUR/year, depending on the level of education and specialization.
As an international student, you need to fulfill certain requirements to study in Poland but they are not much complicated. To get enrolled into a certain course, studrnt must meet the minimum requirements of Language tests and other documentation.
Choose a program
Meet the entry requirements
Fill in the Registration Form on-line
Assessment of the application
Confirmation of Enrolment
Application for student visa
A considerable number of scholarships for non-EU foreign students are launched yearly by every university for academic excellence. All international students may apply for scholarships within bilateral agreements on direct cooperation offered through Bureau for Academic Recognition and International Exchange.
Most of the universities in Poland have their own student dormitories; others provide assistance with housing search database that provides information on accommodation arrangements offered by each university. Interested students pursuing university housing should contact their individual university as soon as they receive their acceptance letter. Many students in Poland choose to live in shared apartments or houses, with costs ranging from £80-£180 per month, depending on the location. The low cost of living in Poland makes the country one of the best study destinations for international students living on a budget.
Academic documents original
Recommendation letter from the college /university last attended.
Proof of English proficiency:
----Reference Letter from the college /University that the Student has studied in English medium.
SOP (Statement of Purpose)
Work Experience (If ANY)
Financial documents of Sponsor
Property Evaluation report (From the VDC/Municipality or Engineer’s Evaluation)
Relationship certificate of Sponsor(s) –From VDC/Municipality
Annual income (Minimum of 10 to 15 lakhs per year)…… House rent, business, Property lease, etc.
Tax clearance certificate from the concerned VDC/Municipality
Bank Balance of Sponsor ….. Last 3 month’s transaction from any ‘A’ grade bank or 1 day’s balance certificate from any co-operatives.
Visa Application fee.(4,400 INR to be paid at Indian Embassy, New Delhi)
Non-EU citizens enrolled as regular, full-time studies in Poland are allowed to work in July, August and September. For the rest of the year a work permit is needed. A work permit can be granted but only if no EU citizen is found to fill the vacancy. Formalities must be done by the employer. International students are not allowed to work on a student visa basis only. Students who have residence permits in Poland are entitled to work without authorization.
Permanent Residency (PR)
The continued stabilization of its currency, the increase in democratic activities and transparent economic activities, the growing degree of privatization, the liberalized trade policy, and the increasing skills of its workers all mean that employment will increase and foreign investment will continue. In its efforts to enter the EU, Poland has decreased the distance between itself with the leading Eastern European countries. Students after graduation can look for the job opportunities across the 26 Schengen countries and also in English Speaking countries.