Study in Poland
Located at the centre of the Northern European plain, Poland is enchanting and serves as the cultural and geographical crossroads of Western and Eastern Europe.

Poland’s educational sector has been the most active in Europe during the previous 12 years. Higher education institutions have risen five-fold, while student enrolment has quadrupled. Every year, about half a million young people commence their studies at Poland universities and colleges.

The country is a popular study-abroad destination known for some of the best global universities like Jagiellonian University, University of Warsaw, AGH University of Science & Technology, University of Zielona Gora, Adam Mickiewicz University, Warsaw University of Economics, and Warsaw University of Business.

Why study in Poland?
Poland is one of the most sought-after destinations for education due to the following reasons:

Top-notch quality of education – Poland universities for international students, take part in international student exchange programmes, as well as bilateral agreements and special exchange initiatives conducted by specific institutions. All these activities help to strengthen links between Polish and international higher education institutions. The number of Polish higher education institutions (HEIs) given an Erasmus University Charter arrives at 200, and Polish student mobility is steadily increasing.
Academic tradition of Poland – Polish academic traditions date back to the 14th century and some of Europe’s ancient universities are housed here. For example — The Jagiellonian University of Cracow was founded in 1364. Polish scientists such as Nicholas Copernicus and Marie Skłodowska-Curie are globally renowned and revered.
Education system in Poland – Polish universities are a vital component of the European educational landscape, providing a top-notch education. All prestigious institutions provide English-language programmes in medicine, humanities, engineering, commerce and finance. Poland participates actively in the Bolonia Process. The European Credit Transfer System (ECTS) enables students to be adaptable and pursue their education abroad.
The Polish higher education system is now categorised into three stages, which took effect for the 2007–2008 academic year:

Bachelor (Licencjat, Inżynier)
Master (Magister)
Doctor (Doktor)
Except for medicine, veterinary medicine, dentistry, psychology, law and pharmacy, which continue to use a two-stage system (Master and Doctor), this system applies to all educational professions.

Competitive costs of studying and living – Tuition fees in Poland are quite competitive compared to other EU nations, and living expenses are just a portion of what an international student would incur in other European cities.
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