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Partner Universities & Colleges in Poland

The Polish university education system has a 650-year history of producing high-level professionals. Ten Nobel Prizes were given to Poles, including artists, scientists, and public figures. Poland is one of the most affordable European countries for studies (Ph.D. degrees are actually offered for free

Since the 2007/2008 academic year, the Polish higher education system has been separated into three levels: bachelor's, master's, and doctoral. Except for Law, Pharmacy, Psychology, Veterinary Medicine, Medicine, and Dentistry, which continue to use a two-stage system, this method applies to all professions of study (Master and Doctorate).

Poland is an excellent choice for a student on a small budget. Dormitories begin at €60 per month per student, while lunch in the restaurant begins at €2. It's no surprise that, according to the 2016 QS Best Student Cities index, Warsaw is the most cheap European student city.

Some of the Polish universities that offer English-taught degrees are as follows:

  • Wroclaw University

  • Warsaw Pozna University of Technology Adam Mickiewicz University

  • Medical University of Wroclaw

  • Warsaw University

The following are some of the most popular academic courses among overseas students in Poland:

  • Business degrees in information technology

  • Degrees in Social Sciences

  • Degrees in law

  • Engineering diplomas

How much does it cost to study in Poland?
Fees at public and private Higher Education Institutes (HEIs) are set by the institution. Tuition rates range between EUR 2000 and 6000 per year, depending on the school and study program. MBA programs cost between EUR 8000 and 12,000 per year.

Is IELTS required to study in Poland?
To study in Poland, you must provide confirmation of English language competency. The following certifications are often recognised by Polish universities:

  • TOEFL iBT Academic PTE Academic

  • Academic IELTS

Minimum IELTS band score of 6.5 or TOEFL score of 80-90.

What are the admission requirements for universities in Poland?
You must have finished a secondary level education (GCE AL) and a school-leaving certificate to be able to apply to university. Possession of additional certificate tests, such as the International Baccalaureate (a internationally recognized diploma) or English Baccalaureate, will allow you to apply for undergraduate study at a Polish institution without restriction.

To be admitted to postgraduate studies, you must have an undergraduate diploma from a Polish institution or an abroad equivalent that is also recognized in Poland. By the end of the first term, you must produce the nostrification of your foreign diploma to a Polish university.

When are the university intakes?

In most cases, the academic year begins in October at Polish institutions. Non-EU/EEA students must apply between mid-July and mid-August.

Is it possible for overseas students to work part-time in Poland?
International students may apply for part-time jobs and work up to 20 hours a week while studying, as well as three months of full-time work during the holidays.

How long does the post-study work visa in Poland last?
A degree in Poland will get you a work permit for a period of 12 months. The country boasts a variety of chances for every discipline of study, particularly engineering and medicine. Technicians, storekeepers, engineers, IT professionals, accountants, economists, and human resources personnel are the most in demand.