Poland has one of the oldest higher education systems in Europe. Some of its universities are more than 650 years old. Nine of Poland’s universities figure in the top 100 universities in the world. The degrees are internationally accepted. The tuition fee is much lower than many countries. The cost of living is very low compared to other European countries with similar standards. This coupled with part-time work rights allowed for students to make Poland as an attractive study destination. There is no requirement of IELTS / TOEFL if education has been in English.
Student dependent visa is also available, so your family can accompany you.
One year of Post-Study Work Visa enables you to search for a job in Poland. If you get a job and work permit in Poland, then you can work in any of the 27 EU countries.
Poland being a member of EU and Shenzhen, there can be seamless movement between 27 European countries.
Poland is an emerging economy with its economy mainly dependent on manufacturing, food processing, and shipbuilding. Its unemployment rate is 5.5% while the average for Europe is 8.8%.
There are 135 scholarships exclusively for Indian Students, besides scholarships offered by the government of Poland which also covers living expenses. The universities also have their own scholarships.
List of Universities
- Adam Mickiewicz University
- Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski University
- Casimir the Great University
- Jagiellonian University
- Jan Kochanowski University
- John Paul II Catholic University
- Maria Curie-Sklodowska University
- Nicolaus Copernicus University
- Opole University
- University of Bialystok
- University of Gdansk
- University of Rzeszów
- University of Silesia
- University of Szczecin
- University of Warmia and Mazury
- University of Warsaw
- University of Wroclaw
- University of Zielona Góra
- University of Lódz