Everything You Need to Know About Studying in Poland
Poland is located in central Europe, bordered on the west by Germany. North to the Baltic Sea, north-east to Russia and Lithuania, east to Belarus and Ukraine and south to Slovakia and the Czech Republic. The climate can be as diverse as the landscape, from 30 ° C in summer to -6 ° C in winter in certain regions. This country has nearly 38 million inhabitants. And there are 1.9 million students from around the world.
The word “Poland” is reminiscent of the cold, or perhaps cold meats. But for more and more people, Poland has become an attractive and affordable option to study abroad, especially for Indian students.
1. The past Record
The history of Polish academic history began in the middle of the 14th century when King Casimir the Great founded the Cracow Academy, known today as the Jagiellonian University, the first ministry of State of education to the world. And after almost two centuries later, the Jesuit College of Vilnius was transferred to the Academy of Vilnius. Thus, at the end of the 17th century, the kingdoms of Poland and Lithuania had 3 major universities that provided university education to national and international students.
2. Value for money
Tuition fees in Poland are significantly lower than those of other study destinations, costs are rarely more than 2800 euros per year, a bigger saving compared to other European countries. Warsaw is a cheaper place to live than many cities in Eastern Europe, including Prague, Bratislava, and Tallinn according to Mercer’s cost of living ranking. And for personal expenses, students can opt for part-time employment during the trimester and full-time employment during breaks, which is allowed by universities such as WSGE universities.
3. Student life
Poles take higher education seriously and sincerely, so Polish students often have a full-time table and have to work harder. Universities in Poland offer more than one subject so that students receive a specialization in one area but at the same time general education. Outside of the university in Poland, there is a student social life with nightlife and things to do in student cities. Students are offered accommodation by the university, but they can also choose their private apartments.
4. How to apply?
Applicants to study in Poland must ensure that they meet the entry requirements for each course (such as management, IT, engineering, pharmacy, nursing, graphics, multimedia, etc.) for which they wish to apply. The easiest way to apply for a Polish higher education university is to consult all foreign education advisers in the country. A leading foreign education consultant is professionally equipped to guide a student through the correct procedure and also ensures that the student begins their studies in Poland on time. Valya is one of the pioneers of study in Poland in India and is the official Indian recruitment partner with many leading Polish universities. The entire application process takes no more than 45 working days on average.
5. After graduation
In Poland, post-study progress is very favorable for students, as a student, if you wish to stay there, even after you have obtained your diploma, you can extend your “residence permit”. And if someone is interested in science and technology, there is good news for you, as companies such as Microsoft, Intel, GlaxoSmithKline, and Google are establishing their bases in Poland.