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Study in Poland

Key points

  1. Over 1.1 million students are enrolled in nearly 400 universities across Poland, making it the second-largest student population in Europe.
  2. Most of the programs are available in both Polish and English
  3. Polish business schools provide world-class education in the fields of management and finance.
  4. Year after year, more than 65,000 international students enroll in top-ranked Poland’s universities.
  5. Students from Poland, the EU/EEA, and Switzerland who are enrolled in public universities do not have to pay tuition fees for degrees that are taught in the Polish language.

Intake Period

  • Summer Intake
  • Winter Intake


  1. IELTS / PTE / TOEFL (guidance and reference to best institutions offering IELTS with 100% success rate)
  2. Acceptance letter in a short period of time.
  3. Pre-Medical (Includes Tuberculosis test)
  4. Visa Lodgment (preparation for visa interview)
  5. Pre-Departure Session
Culture Living in Poland

Polish culture has a long and glorious history, yet it is always evolving, blending old customs with contemporary living. Poland's culture emerged because of the country's geography and relationships with other countries, as well as the country's rich thousand-year history. Approximately 95 percent of Poland's population is Roman Catholic, with approximately 75 percent of the population regularly attending church services.

When compared to other European Union countries, living in Poland as a student is a relatively affordable option. It is possible for students to live on 1500 PLN (330 EUR) per month, depending on their financial situation. Most of the the country's population (about 60%) has chosen to live in the country's urban districts. There are several larger towns in Poland, with the majority of the country's population concentrated in five of them, which are classified as major cities. Warsaw, the country's capital, has a population of approximately 1.7 million people. Much of the population is descended from Polish immigrants.