Study in Poland


Poland shares borders with Germany, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Ukraine, Belarus, Lithuania, and
Russia (via its Kaliningrad exclave).
Warsaw, the capital and largest city of Poland, is a modern, exciting hub with many universities
offering a diverse range of courses. Cracow, Poznan, Lodz, and Wroclaw are also major university
Poland is where you can earn a diploma that will open doors to some of the best companies in
Europe and the world. Other advantages include the fact that its medical schools are accredited in
the United States and that students studying in Poland have access to European Union study
programmer and can do internships or traineeships abroad. Almost no other region in the world can
get your career off to such a promising start with high-quality, internationally recognized degrees.
Remember that Poland has a favorable geographic location with excellent transportation
connections to the entire European Union! 
Poland is one of the most affordable countries of Europe for international students Poland has over
400 universities and colleges, with approximately 1.5 million students enrolled each year. Poland is
known as an affordable European country with a rich history and a plethora of high-quality
university degrees available in English.

The study in Poland is only the beginning. A longer stay would benefit those looking to start their
own business or find a great job in an international company. Graduates from Polish universities are
preferred by foreign companies operating in Poland. The Akademickie Inkubatory Przedsibiorczoci
('Academic Incubators of Entrepreneurship') community will assist and nurture your business, and
Technology Parks are also available. Furthermore, the Warsaw Innovation Week is an excellent
venue for start-ups to attract the attention of foreign investors.



Scholarships are available in Poland through the government, various foundations, and the universities themselves.

Students are allowed to work 20 hours per week in Poland.

After submitting your application, your Poland student visa may take 15 days to 3 weeks to process.

Poland is a reasonably priced European country with a reasonably stable economy. International students’ monthly living expenses range between 350 and 550 EUR.