Why Study in Poland
Universities in Poland provide some of the best higher education in Europe. Although Poland is going through a process of rapid economic development, the cost of living is still significantly lower than in most of the EU countries. It provides an enriching cultural experience to incoming students worldwide. Most of those studying in Poland have only good things to say about the historical landmarks, beautiful landscapes, city life and the great variety of social activities. Here are some reasons that why study in Poland.
The Polish higher education system is well developed. The quality of the education provided is monitored and regularly evaluated. Poland has more than 450 Higher Education institutions. The best three of them are widely recognized as regional academic centers. There are also highly specialized universities which enable the formation of outstanding experts from a wide spectrum of fields. There are over 5000 courses available in Poland and each of them has had to gain the Polish Accreditation Committee’s approval. Among them there are a number of fields of study that have received the grade “excellent”.
Extraordinary hospitality is deeply rooted in Polish culture. You can expect every casual invitation for a dinner or a supper to end up as a three-course feast. Polish grandmas will always give you seconds even if you beg her not to. Poles won’t hesitate to offer you their flat for a night or two if you have problems with arranging accommodation and they always care to make your stay in Poland comfortable and interesting.
Poland plays an active part in the Bologna Process. Owing to the introduction of three-stage education modeled on Bachelor/Master/Doctoral studies as well as the European Credit Transfer System, both Polish students and foreigners studying in Poland stay fully mobile and can continue their education elsewhere in the European Union without any problems.
Low Price Compare to Other European Country:
Studying in Poland is cheaper than doing so in other parts of Europe. Tuition fees start from less than 1500 EUR per year and rarely go higher than 3000 EUR. Compared to the average fees of private universities in France, Germany, the UK or Scandinavia, this might be a big saving at the start of your studies.
The crime rate in Poland is also among the lowest in the world, as a matter of fact, even less the Nordic countries that considered very safe and good place to live. Poland is a lot safer for international students than any other European country.