Poland has a lot to offer – from beautiful parks to old historic cities to empty coastlines. The country is still finding its way politically and economically but Poland is a country on the move and the new generation is global and educated.

Surrounded and bordered with Germany, Slovenia, the Czech Republic, Ukraine and Belarus, Poland is a breathtaking well-connected country with the right mix of culture with the fast-growing tech spaces in the world.

You have Wroclaw with its charming university quarter and gnome statues scattered around every corner, Warsaw with its historic Old Town of Soviet architecture, Poznan with brightly painted townhouses and surprising street art, Gdansk with port vibes and red brick structures, the seaside escapes of Spot.

Apart from these splendid places to see in Poland, the people and their friendliness will make you feel home right from the moment you step outside the airport and take a stroll across the beautiful streets adorning with richness.

Quick Facts
  • Population:38,163,000
  • Capital:Warsaw
  • Area:312,685 square kilometers
  • Language:Polish
  • Currency:Zloty
  • GDP per Capita:S. $9,700
  • Industry:Machine building, iron and steel, coal mining, chemicals, shipbuilding
  • Exports:Machinery and transport equipment, intermediate manufactured goods
Why Study In Poland
  • Top Quality education
  • Qualifications recognized by the European Union (EU) the USA, Australia and Canada
  • Economical fees compared to other countries
  • Affordable costs of living
  • Strong economy on a steady growth path
  • Vibrant cities abuzz with activities all year round
  • Extremely safe country
  • Makes Entry easier to Germany and many European countries
Earn While You Learn
  • 20 hrs works permitted during studies as well as 3 months full time work during holidays
Stay Back

Stay back for further 6 months -1 years post education as long as you can prove that you can financially support yourself without seeking any government benefits.

Work Permit

Students who obtain a job or accept employment can obtain a Work Permit.

The Polish Education System

Poland has more than 400 universities and institutions, both public and private, which cover over 200 fields of study, they include

  • public and private universities
  • universities of technology
  • medical universities
  • universities of economics
  • universities of agriculture and life sciences
  • universities pedagogy
  • universities of arts
  • Universities of physical education
Qualification Offered


Bachelors Typically last for three years. Here Studies are focused on preparing students for future employment or continued education in the form of a Masters degree.

Masters Students have the choice between a five-year Masters programs starting in their first year of university or a supplementary two-year course following a Bachelors degree.

Doctoral studies typically last for four years that leads to a PhD degree. Doctoral studies are open to students who have gained a Masters qualification.

Course Fees

Course fees differ in private institutions and public universities though ranges from €2,000 to €6,000 per Year depending on the course and institution.

*Course fee varies from university to university and program of study


February (few programs) / September