High quality of education
There are many universities in Poland which are constantly competing with each other – not only in terms of the quality of teaching and the diversity of the educational offer, but also in terms of the level of tuition fees. While studying in Poland, you can get an education of European standard for a reasonable price.
Polish universities implement the principles of the Bologna Process, thus contributing to the unification of the European higher education system. Thanks to this, after graduating from studies in Poland, you can continue your studies in another European country with a diploma obtained here.
Deciding to study in Poland, you choose from a wide range of courses, faculties and specializations, plus you have the opportunity to join the best universities. Polish IT students have twice become world champions in team programming, our astronomers and chemists are also world leaders.
Poland is an European country, but the costs of everyday life are still lower than in the Western Europe. Therefore you can benefit not only from the education that is cheaper here, but also student life itself will cost you less.
Poland is a dynamically developing country. In the second half of 2011, we were holding the Presidency of the European Union and in 2012, together with Ukraine, we organised Euro 2012 Football Championship, which had good impact on the growing Polish economy, which is attracting foreign investors and creating new jobs positions all the time.
Studying in Poland, you will see what it means to be a real crossroads of cultures between Eastern and Western influences. One day, while in the Podlasie region, you can discover heritage of eastern cultures: Tatars, Karaims, Russians – Old Believers, on another occasion you can choose a more Western European atmosphere, for example while visiting Wrocław or Krakow.
Poland's geographical location makes it a good place for those curious about the world. So if you want to travel and see other countries during your studies, staying in Poland will make it much easier for you. It is only a two-hour flight from Warsaw to Rome, Oslo or Moscow. The journey to Paris, London and Athens takes only slightly longer.
Poland is a country where you can feel safe: we have one of the lowest crime rates in Europe. However, as in any other place in the world, it is worth following common sense every day, but your safety is always supervised by the police and the city guards.