Poland is an idyllic European nation filled with rich historical and cultural sites that make it the perfect location to study abroad. Offering high-quality universities at reasonable tuition fees and vibrant student life, Poland also makes a fantastic working and travel destination due to its central European location. Furthermore, Polish economy continues to flourish creating opportunities for international students after graduation to find employment after they graduate.
To apply to universities in Poland, students must meet academic requirements as stipulated by each institution and provide all the required documents, such as an official transcript, letters of recommendation and statement of purpose. They should contact each university admissions office for additional details on applying and some may even require GMAT/GRE scores as part of the process.
Students studying in Poland can work part time without needing a visa, with 20 hours per week working being required. Furthermore, internships provide invaluable experience within their field of study.
Poland boasts a population of more than 40 million, including many international students. Its vibrant culture, delicious cuisine and scenic landscapes draw many tourists; Krakow in particular stands out as a tourist hot spot with its medieval streets and grand architecture; Wawel Castle was once the seat of Poland’s monarchy while modern art thrives with numerous museums and galleries present across Krakow alone. Parks, beaches and ski resorts add further attractions to its rich cultural experience as do numerous parks throughout Poland.