Poland is considered a cheaper and more affordable option among international students compared to other Study Abroad destinations in Europe.

The high quality of education outweighs the costs, making Study in Poland one of the excellent options for pursuing studies. There are not many destinations in the world where a person can study in English and obtain a European degree at an affordable price.

You don’t have to be rich or even a high-achieving student to be accepted into a Polish university. The aim of Universities in Poland is to create opportunities for students, fostering a relaxed attitude towards the STUDY process and providing all young people with the opportunity to acquire knowledge and skills in the specialty they ‘they choose.

The Polish education system is ranked fifth in the European Union, due to high educational standards and a wide range of educational institutions with different specialties and orientations.

High-quality, affordable Education

Poland is one of the best countries in the world in terms of quality of education for STUDY ABROAD. This is one of the reasons why many Poles manage to find well-paid jobs in other European countries or in countries like the United States, Canada or Australia. Polish educational institutions occupy a high place in international rankings. Polish children are the third best in Europe in mathematics and science, and the fourth best in reading comprehension, according to the latest international PISA (Program for International Student Assessment) rankings (2018). The quality of Study in Poland is steadily improving: there were 6 of its universities in the QS world rankings in 2016 and 19 universities in 2022.

Higher Education in Poland is part of the three-cycle Bologna system, so bachelor’s degrees last three years, master’s degrees last two years, and most doctorates can be obtained in three years. Grading is on a scale of 2 to 5, with 3 being a low score, and students are allowed to retake papers they have failed up to three times in the same academic year. The academic year runs from October to June, divided into winter and spring semesters and you can choose to study full-time or part-time.

Poland is a European country with a developed education system and a modern understanding of all educational processes. During studies, Polish educational institutions and teachers emphasize students’ independence and creative approach to learning, try to pay attention to them and choose an individual attitude for each person.