Officially known as the Republic of Poland, the country ‘Poland’ is located in Central Europe. It is the ninth largest country in Europe in terms of area. In recent years, Poland has caught an eye of international students for higher education that has majorly impacted the lives of students as well as the economy of Poland.
A recent survey suggests that high quality of education, flexibility for students to choose a specialisation after first semester, multicultural traditions and acceptance of overseas students by locals are the reasons why Poland attracts most of the international students for higher education. The population of international students in Poland is over 72,000 from across 170 countries which is around 5.70% of total students in the country.
The cost of living and tuition fees in Poland is relatively low compared to the other European countries. Students can expect an accommodation cost ranging between Euro 80 to 150, in a shared room or apartment and food expenses of around Euro 100 per month.
The top Universities of Poland includes University of Warsaw, Jagiellonian University, Warsaw University of Technology, Adam Mickiewicz University, AGH University of Science and Technology to name a few. Including these universities, Poland has 15 universities listed in the top 1000 of QS World’s Universities Ranking. Jagiellonian University is one of the oldest universities in Europe which was founded in the 14th century.
MBBS, MBA & Management, Business, Economics, Engineering & Technology, Aviation are the popular courses in Poland opted by international students. In fact, Poland is well known for its medical education, as the country has some of the world’s best medical colleges like Medical University of Warsaw, Medical University of Gdansk, Jagiellonian University etc. Also, medical education is affordable compared to other universities of the world.
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