Should I study in the Czech Republic or Poland?

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Posted on September 12, 2019
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Posted on September 12, 2019
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Arpita Kapur
September 24, 2019 at 13:39pm
Hello Adelina, It totally depends on your personal interest and choice. But keep in mind that, the criteria for choosing your destination should be based on the cost, admission requirements, quality of education, positive reviews, etc. International students equally prefer the Czech Republic and Poland because of the high standard in the education system. Well, it is an individual's choice to make but to make it clear, let's see what each of these countries have to give. We will start with Poland. Poland - 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. Several students from across the world choose Poland for their higher studies. Top universities include: University of Warsaw Jagiellonian University Warsaw University of Technology Wroclaw University of Science and Technology (WRUST) University of Wroclaw 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 considerable 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 education. Living costs are relatively less, around EUR 450 – EUR 650 / month. Czech Republic - The Czech Republic is well known for its high-quality education, and the Czech Ministry of Education evaluates research and quality of various aspects of higher education. Public Universities do not charge any tuition fees. But are taught entirely in the Czech language though many Universities have English taught courses, mostly Private Universities. Top Universities are: Universities in the Czech Republic Charles University Czech Technical University in Prague Masaryk University Brno University of Technology Study and Living costs Tuition fees are pretty less compared to other countries; the maximum you pay can be around USD 22,350 per year. It again depends on the respective institution and study program. Accommodation and other expenses generally range between USD 350 and 750 a month, and it also depends on the type of lifestyle you choose. **It is always best to check the university website for the exact figure. A work permit is given to people who have a job offer from Czech companies, and it is given to those with a valid employment visa. After your studies in Czech, and placement in one of the organizations, you can apply for a work permit. Both countries have proved to give the best education and significant scope for many aspiring international students.