Study in Poland

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What Poland can offer students

Poland is a modern and dynamic member of the EU where education really counts. The country has grown in popularity with International students over the last couple of years, largely due to universities developing an international curriculum. With many offering English language courses along with low living costs, a fast growing economy and rich cultural legacy, it’s certainly worth considering when deciding where to study abroad.

While Poland has its own beautiful scenery, it’s also in the centre of Europe (bordering 7 countries) making it an attractive base for travelling at weekends and holidays. It also has lower crime rates compared to other EU countries and the USA making a safe place to live and study.


Study costs

University tuition fees are relatively low, ranging from £1,800 - £5,000 per year depending on the institution and programme, and the cost of living is significantly lower than in most European countries at approximately £400 - £600 per month, although some of the larger cities can be a bit more expensive.

University in Poland

Academic traditions in Poland reach back 650 years when the Jagiellonian University in Krakow was established in 1364, becoming the second university in central Europe after Prague. It is now home to around 500 education institutions, many of them specialized as opposed to following a more traditional model of teaching and conducting research in a wide range of disciplines.

If you’re interested in studying Poland, we can help you navigate the university application process, ensuring you make the right choice of university course and location. Please contact us to speak to one of our advisers