Can I study in Poland?

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Posted on September 11, 2019
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Category: Study Destinations
Posted on September 11, 2019
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Ratan Mokshi
September 11, 2019 at 11:53am
Hii Piya, Poland is an excellent choice to make for a study destination for its high-quality education institutions, low tuition fees, and low cost of living. Apparently, a number of students from across the world choose Poland for their higher studies. Education in Poland is relatively cheaper than most of the other European countries, and the best part is that they have a system that monitors and evaluates Universities from time to time, therefore high education standard is very much confirmed. Two things which prove that the country is of a better choice are: Easy admission procedure A door to European career and lifestyle Top universities include: University of Warsaw Jagiellonian University Warsaw University of Technology Wroclaw University of Science and Technology (WRUST) University of Wroclaw There are more than 500 private universities in Poland which follow modern/higher education system. Poland Universities and Colleges provide a wide range of courses which includes: BSc in Biotechnology BSc in Civil Engineering BSc in Mechanics and Machine Building BSc in Cosmetology Bachelor in Aviation Management BSc in Electric and Hybrid Vehicle Engineering MSc in Aerospace Engineering MSc in Power Engineering MSc in Computer Science Engineering MSc in Automotive Engineering Master in Journalism and Social Communication MSc in Embedded Robotics MSc in Ocean Engineering: Ship & Offshore Structures; Marine & Offshore Energy Master in Architecture and Urban Planning With all the top courses, along with other subjects, Poland marks the perfect destination for students across the globe. Are you an ambitious student seeking to improve your career possibilities in Poland while having the time of your life? Then Poland is the right place for you. Know more about the country; Poland is located in the center of Europe, which borders countries like Germany, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Ukraine, Belarus, Lithuania, and Russia. Warszawa is the capital city of Poland. The climate here is moderately continental, with relatively cold winters (from December to March) and hot summers which extend from June to August. It is the sixth most populous country of the European Union. This country gives opportunities to travel to other countries like German, France, Italy, Netherlands, Austria, Denmark and many more because you will hold a Schengen visa. Poland has set up a large business center where many renowned companies like Microsoft, Intel, Glaxo Smith Kline and Google and many more invests a huge market share, and this makes a bright future for students in terms of jobs. Part-time jobs are allowed for students on a special permit or work permit, without hampering your priority. Study and Living costs The average cost in Public universities for any Bachelor, Master degree courses and professional studies would be around EUR2,000. Private universities are much higher, which will be around EUR 50,000/year depending on the level of study. Living costs are relatively less, around EUR 450 – EUR 650 / month. Bigger cities will cost another EUR 100 more. Helping your fund Eastern Partnership and Post-Soviet countries scholarships Scholarships for citizens from developing countries Fulbright Programme Visegrad Scholarship Programme Exams/Tests IELTS C1 Advanced TOEFL Admission deadlines Common dates for EU students:15 September (the latest) Non-EU students: 15 July-15 August (the latest) This amazing country has proved to give the best education and significant scope for many aspiring international students. Explore and experience what the world has to offer.