Study in Poland

 Polish universities and colleges are systematically expanding their didactic offer, modernize teaching programs and develop new areas of academic research.

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The educational institutions in poland provide high standard of education offering wide range of courses from vocational subjects to postgraduate and doctorate level with modern and safe learning environment.

Why study in Poland?

Polish universities and colleges are systematically expanding their didactic offer, modernize teaching programs and develop new areas of academic research. Poland, the emerging popular international students' destination abroad is providing internationally recognized degrees at affordable costs. In order to attract more international students, Polish Universities are now increasingly using English as the medium of instruction especially in areas like management, engineering, and political sciences.

Financial Aid

Scholarships and Financial aid are available for International Students in poland. With the exception of students from European Union member states wishing to study certain subjects, foreign students are not eligible for the student grants and loans that the Dutch government provides for permanent residents. There are, however, several possibilities for obtaining funding.

The Dutch government is attempting to make Dutch higher education as accessible as possible to students and mid-career from other countries. Higher education is subsidized, which means that tuition fees can be kept relatively low, especially compared with countries like the United Kingdom and the United States.

Some Bachelor’s degree courses enjoy a partial tuition waiver. Students enrolling in master’s programs can sometimes apply for a scholarship. The amount varies from one institution to the next. Most scholarships are allocated before or at the time of enrolment; a few must be applied for after the study program begins.

Admission in Poland

Admission requirements for Poland may vary from one university to another. But, in general foreign applicants seeking admission to the universities of Poland must meet the requirements laid down by Polish law and the University's regulations. Meeting the standard of qualifications is normally required to be admitted to universities of Poland. Your qualification must be analogous to the Polish certificates (certificate of secondary education, Bachelor's or Master's degrees).

For getting admitted in Polish universities a student must submit an application for enrolment, an application form including curriculum vitae and a completed questionnaire, a medical certificate confirming the applicant's physical condition is adequate for studying in a given major, proofs of completion of a preparatory course as designated by the Ministry of Education or confirmation from course provider or the university that the applicant's background and Polish language ability are sufficient to study in Poland.

Foreign students who do not speak Polish must enrol Polish Language courses.

Foreign students who do not speak Polish must enrol Polish Language courses.

Applicants must enclose the latest health certificate. For preparatory courses a student must present a General Certificate of Education A- Level or a photocopy. Applicants for postgraduate studies should enclose M. A. (M. Sc.) degree certificate or a photocopy.

In some of the Universities course are also available for foreign students in Foreign Languages.

Student Visa Process

Students must obtain a Polish visa in order to enter and stay in Poland legally. Visa approval to access Poland gives right of stay on the territory of the Republic of Poland only. Students intending to study in Polish University needs below mentioned documents to obtain the polish student visa.

Documents Required:

  • Passport (must be valid for 3 months after planned departure from Poland).
  • One passport-size photo.
  • Completed application form.
  • Evidence of immigration status in country of residence, endorsed in current or previous passport (if applicable).
  • Fee, payable by cash/postal order.
  • Accommodation booking or invitation from friends or family in Poland
  • An official letter from a college or university.
  • Transport documentation, such as a rail or aeroplane ticket.

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