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Facts About Poland

Located in the center of Europe, Poland is one of the largest and most congested countries in the region – ninth largest in Europe by area, and sixth in the European Union (EU) by population. Poland has seen a strong economic growth in the past years, particularly since joining the EU in 2004; in the middle of the economic crisis of 2009, Poland was the only European nation to report economic expansion.
With a history far back as over a thousand years, Poland’s cultural heritage is astonishingly rich. This involves its longstanding traditions in the higher education sector, with the first university in Poland founded in the 14th century. Today, Poland is becoming an increasingly popular study destination, with about 72,000 international students making Poland their study location there in 2017/18 and it is one of the easiest country to study in for international students.
For lot of those who pick Poland to study, the country’s appeal is increased by its relatively low living costs, which remain less than those of most EU members. University fees are also relatively affordable, also no more than US$4,180 at public universities, and US$6,600 at private institutions.

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Why worry about Studying in Poland?

If you are coming to study in Poland, this might be the beginning of a fascinating adventure for you in discovering Europe. Poland not only offers interesting cultures and the opportunities associated with innovative economies, but it also provides the best conditions for successful higher education studies in a challenging and friendly atmosphere. Study in Poland provides the top-quality education, internationally recognized degrees and highly appreciable infrastructures, almost no other region in the world can set your career off to such a promising start.
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Considering the culture and the solidarity the Poles have with everyone entering their country, as well as the low living costs and the multitude of universities, there’s no surprise that Poland has become one of the most popular destinations for international students worldwide.

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Why Study in Poland?

Poland is an affordable European country with a stable economy. Living costs for international students vary between 350 – 550 EUR/month. You can adjust your budget depending on the city or area you wish to study in
International students who choose to study in Poland will have the opportunity to receive a quality education in an academic environment.
All leading universities in Poland offer high-quality programs taught in English, including medicine, engineering, humanities, business, and finance.
For Non-EU citizens, working in Poland and post study visa in Poland is easy and hassle-free. The students who have enrolled themselves as regular students in Poland are allowed to work in Poland without any specific work permit for full time during the breaks in Academic Institutes. For the rest of the year, they are allowed to work for part-time, that is 20 hours in a week.
Poland’s borders to Germany, Slovakia, Czech Republic and Lithuania. It practically means that persons admitted to the Schengen Area can travel hassle-free between 24 countries of the Schengen Area without internal land and sea border controls, from Portugal to Poland and from Greece to Finland.

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International students can study at public universities in Poland at an average cost of 2,000 EUR per year for a first degree, while fees for higher degrees and vocational programs average at 8000 EUR per year.

Some degrees in Dentistry and Business (especially MBAs) can cost over 15,000 EUR/year.
Poland’s cost of living are also surprisingly low, and in fact lower than in most other European countries. A place in a student dormitory may cost less than 100 EUR per month for a shared room. Overall, depending on the city on what lifestyle you desire, you might get by on less than 550 EUR per month. And in some cities such as Krakow or Warsaw require between 500 – 850 EUR/month.
Schengen visa for Poland, 40 € to 80 € is the typical range for a visa for the Schengen region of Europe.
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All other international students will need a D type visa, which allows you to stay and study in Poland for one year. To stay longer you need to apply for a temporary residence permit before your visa expires.
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Seamless Application Processes


Applications are made through RUHE Global Resources’ direct application channel, and our services are seamless and very straightforward. Interested students can apply directly and follow our step-by-step application process.

A valid passport for not less than 6 months.
Official letter of acceptance to a school in Poland.
Confirmation of having funds to studying and living in Poland.
Health insurance.
Flight booking
A filled-in visa application form
A short CV
Your school certificates and diplomas