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Studying in Poland

Poland is the ninth largest country in Europe and an increasingly popular destination for foreign students. Local universities offer a good return on investment with affordable study programs and accommodation costs. On top of this, the cost of living is low and the study program is available in Polish and English.

What is it like to study in Poland?

You should integrate quickly in the Polish academic and social life, since you won’t be the only foreign student. Over 65,000 internationals enrol at one of the universities in Poland every year. You’ll have plenty of opportunities to chat, discover other cultures, and have fun at local parties.
The education system is based on the polish principles, so there are no surprises here. Most Bachelors take 3 years to complete, while most Masters take 1 or 2 years. Of course, there are exceptions (e.g. some Medicine, Engineering programmes).

Polish
is the official language

Polish złoty

is currency

38.5 million

people population

Warsaw

is the capital of Poland

312 696 km²

area

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Why study in Poland?

Study in the center of europe

Poland is the place where you can graduate with a degree that will open the door towards working for the top companies in Europe and some of the best in the world.
Poland’s tradition of academic education dates back to 1364, when King Casimir the Great founded the Krakow Academy, known today as the Jagiellonian University. The Krakow Academy, as one of the oldest in the world, was based on the academies of Bologna and Padua, and was the second university in Central Europe after Prague.

WORK WHILE STUDYING

You can help pay for your education by working part-time while studying.
Foreign students are allowed to work while studying in Poland as long as they are enrolled at the university. Students who are not citizens of European Union countries must also have a valid residence permit. Every student is entitled to work, including those who are in Poland for the first time, those who study in their first year and those who attend the language school full-time. You may work 20 hours during your studies and full-time during your vacation (for 3 months).
Full-time work is permitted for residence card holders.

High quality of education

The Polish higher education system is well developed. The quality of education is monitored and regularly evaluated.

COMPETITIVE COST OF LIVING AND TUITION

Compared to other EU countries, tuition fees in Poland are really competitive and the cost of living represents a fraction of what a foreign student would need to pay in other European cities.

Great career opportunity

Studying in Poland is just the beginning. A longer stay in Poland will also be beneficial for those who want to start their own business or find a great job in an international company.
After graduation you will have many opportunities and be able to find your dream job in any of the EU countries.

Why study in Poland?

Study in the center of europe

Poland is the place where you can graduate with a degree that will open the door towards working for the top companies in Europe and some of the best in the world.
Poland’s tradition of academic education dates back to 1364, when King Casimir the Great founded the Krakow Academy, known today as the Jagiellonian University. The Krakow Academy, as one of the oldest in the world, was based on the academies of Bologna and Padua, and was the second university in Central Europe after Prague.

Work While Studying

You can help pay for your education by working part-time while studying.
Foreign students are allowed to work while studying in Poland as long as they are enrolled at the university. Students who are not citizens of European Union countries must also have a valid residence permit. Every student is entitled to work, including those who are in Poland for the first time, those who study in their first year and those who attend the language school full-time. You may work 20 hours during your studies and full-time during your vacation (for 3 months).
Full-time work is permitted for residence card holders.

High quality of education

The Polish higher education system is well developed. The quality of education is monitored and regularly evaluated.

COMPETITIVE COST OF LIVING AND TUITION

Compared to other EU countries, tuition fees in Poland are really competitive and the cost of living represents a fraction of what a foreign student would need to pay in other European cities.

Great career opportunity

Studying in Poland is just the beginning. A longer stay in Poland will also be beneficial for those who want to start their own business or find a great job in an international company.
After graduation you will have many opportunities and be able to find your dream job in any of the EU countries.

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Programs:

Polish language course:

  • Polish Language Course program offers effective and affordable way to learn Polish language at levels A1, A2, B1 and B2;
  • The annual cost of participation in the course is 2500 PLN (120 hours per year). This is by far the cheapest offer on the educational market in Krakow;
  • Please confirm your interest in attending the course by sending an email to: hello@investya.pl
  • The course will only be launched if there is a minimum of 8 participants
  • Application form & payment method:
    The participants of the course will not receive student status or a student card, they will only receive a long-stay visa.

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