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                                                                      Why study in Poland

1. Advanced Quality Of Education

Home to more than 450 higher education institutions, Poland is one of the most popular study destinations in Europe. With innumerable short-term and full-time programs on offer, Polish academic institutions emphasise on the essentiality of gaining practical knowledge, creative skills.

2. Affordable Tuition Costs

Poland is considered a cheaper and affordable option amongst international students when compared with other study destinations in Europe.The average fees vary from private universities to public universities but more or less it ranges between 1000 euros to 4000 euros per year.


3. Economical Living Costs

Poland offers economical costs of living without compromising its quality and standards. The rent rates and travel tickets are relatively cheaper. You can easily rent a flat for anywhere between 100 to 200 euros. 

 4.Growing Educational Sector

The universities offer a wide range of English-taught courses to international students and the educational sector itself has been expanded tremendously since the last few years. The national government has made steady investments in the education sector.. Poland has also invested in over 2000 scientific centres which have been modernized to provide exposure to the practical skills to their students. 

Requirements to study in Poland?

  • Undergraduate diploma or an official replacement (issued by the university).

  • CV with the details about the school and professional career (optional).

  • one academic reference and one personal reference.

  • filled-in application form.

  • 4 passport-size photographs.

  • copy of the ID.

  • proof of English language proficiency (unless your previous degree was taught in English).

  • medical certificate with no contraindication for studying.

  • proof of paying the admission fee.

Cost of studying in Poland 

Some degrees in Dentistry and Business (especially MBAs) can cost over 15,000 EUR/year.

Cost of living in Poland 

  • Student residence halls: 60 – 150 EUR/month. Great for networking with other students, but the conditions can vary from one residence hall to another.

  • Rent in a shared flat: 80 – 150 EUR/month. Most popular option among Polish students.

  • Food for an international student usually costs 100 – 150 EUR/month.

  • Public transport is the main option for students, who pay 50 EUR for a semester pass, which is available for 6 months. 

                                  Scholarship to Study in Poland

With so many Indian students applying to Poland. A institutions, different facilities and exemptions have been made available to help them. These scholarships assist Indian and foreign students in decreasing the expenditure and cost to study in Poland. Scholarships are awarded on the basis of merit, academic performance, or potential abilities. Interested students must contact our consultants for applying in the scholarship program.

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