Currency: Polish zloty
Time zone: UTC +1
Main language of study: Polish (free and paid programs)
Second language of study: English (only paid programs)
Structure of education system: pre-school, basic (8 years), secondary (4 years) higher (3-5 years).
The most popular cities among entrants are: Warsaw, Krakow, Poznan, Wroclaw, Lodz, Gdansk, Lublin
Nowadays education in Poland is one the most advantageous and relevant ways to get European level higher education for students from the territory of former Soviet Union and surrounding countries, but also for students from India, Asia, Africa etc.
Poland can surely be called the most attractive place for life and education for students all over the world. Polish cities differ by astonishing architecture, huge amount of places of interest, cultural and historical values, castles, palaces, as well as modern cozy apartments. Another advantage for many people will be its beautiful nature, clean air and well-kept streets, which is also important when taking rest at the end of a working or academic day.
Higher education in Poland
Occasional tourist trips cannot show the whole beauty of this country, while living there for 2-3 years during the period of studying will make it possible for you to dive into its ancient atmosphere and fall in love with it enough to stay there for the rest of your life after graduation.
But there is the other side of the story, which is more prosaic and it is related to financial part – living and studying in Poland is now quite reasonable and most available comparing to prices of other countries. Especially, if to consider the fact that Polish education system is one of the most progressive in the world.
Besides, the fact that its structure complies with the International Standard Classification of Education (ISCED) and its quality – ENQA standards and requirements make it possible for all graduates to continue studying or complete an internship in other European countries. What is more, they can even find a job there.
As for the last-mentioned, you should pay maximum attention to Poland as a country, where Indian entrants can get a higher education. The price for education is lower as in Indian universities. Besides, if to comply with some conditions, it is possible to get higher education for free. And the level of preparation will be much higher.
Another advantage for students from Hindustan is that in a couple of years of study they will know 2 languages at quite a good level (Polish and English) and if they want to learn Russian or Ukrainian it is possible to learn them too due to a big amount of students who speak these languages. These days when Poland and India are trying to boost cooperation, specialists with such skills are very valuable at a labor market even when they don’t have any experience.
For example, if you want to study on a paid basis, many departments have an opportunity to teach in English. Diploma issued by a Polish university is valid in all countries of European Union, the USA, Canada, Asia, Middle West and Hindustan. Education in Poland will open unlimited opportunities for you to build a career in any country of the world. Today Poland is regularly among the top 10 countries in the PISA ranking.
Some students from Asia and Hindustan are frightened with news about staying in Poland because of non-tolerance. However, the same news show that the situation in Poland is getting better and there are no official attacks or oppressions on Indian students over the past year. People claim they have faced racism in Poland but that’s not true. Foreigners from Latin America, Africa, Brazil, India etc. are warmly accepted in Poland. The latest news shows the government’s growing interest in enrolling foreign students in universities and schools. There is an organization that supports students from Hindustan. It called Indian Students Association in Poland (ISAP). It is a project initiated by Indian students studying in Poland with the goal of facilitating open communication and sharing of information across all the aspiring Indian students. ISAP team will provide students with verified information and recent news.
Current news show that for the first time in the last 5 years the number of students from Hindustan is growing. At the moment, Polish universities host 545 students from India (increase by 227 over the previous year).comments powered by HyperComments