STUDY IN POLAND :

Many historians trace the establishment of a Polish state to 966, when Mieszko I,[11] ruler of a territory roughly coextensive with that of present-day Poland, converted to Christianity. The Kingdom of Poland was founded in 1025, and in 1569 it cemented a longstanding political association with the Grand Duchy of Lithuania by signing the Union of Lublin, forming the Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth.

 

Poland has 70 mountains over 2,000 metres (6,600 feet) in elevation, all in the Tatras. The Polish Tatras, which consist of the High Tatras and the Western Tatras, is the highest mountain group of Poland and of the entire Carpathian range. In the High Tatras lies Poland’s highest point, the north-western summit of Rysy, 2,499 metres (8,199 ft) in elevation. At its foot lies the mountain lakes of Czarny Staw pod Rysami (Black Lake below Mount Rysy), and Morskie Oko (the Marine Eye). There are 500 university-level institutions for the pursuit of higher education in Poland, There are 18 fully accredited .

 

Traditional universities in Poland. There are twenty technical universities, nine independent medical universities, five universities for the study of economics, nine agricultural academies, three pedagogical universities, a theological academy and three maritime service universities. There are a number of higher educational institutions dedicated to the teaching of the arts. Amongst these are the seven higher state academies of music. There are a number of private educational institutions and four national military academies (two for the army and one each for the other branches of service).

DEMOGRAPHIC SITUATION OF POLAND :

In Poland, 38.2 million people inhabit an area of 312 685 square kilometres. The average density of population is 122 persons per square kilometre. The low birth rate in the 1990s and a high level of emigration, noted especially since 2004 (mostly among young people), will soon lead to increasing difficulties in the demographic development, on the labour market and in the social security system. According to the long-range population projections for up to 2035, the population of Poland will decrease steadily and the rate of this decrease will grow over time. The Polish society will also experience the process of ageing and consequently the proportion of post-working-age population will increase.

WHY STUDY IN POLAND :
    • Poland is an incredible country with a diverse and rich education history. Studying in Poland will give you a high quality European degree, recognizable all around the World at a low cost! Not only you will enjoy high quality of teaching, but also have a chance to pursue your future career in EU.

 

    • Polish schools compete with each other not only to provide a wide variety of high quality courses, but also offer attractive tuition fees in programs such as MBBS, engineering, international business, tourism, hospitality and other courses. POLAND (POLSKA) lies in the very heart of the European continent making it easy access to and from other popular European destinations.

Poland is a member of the European Union.

  • It joined the Schengen Area in 2007. As a result passport checks are abolished on Poland’s borders to Germany, Slovakia, Czech Republic and Lithuania. It practically means that persons admitted to the Schengen Area can travel hassle-free between 24 countries of the Schengen Area without internal land and sea border controls, from Portugal to Poland and from Greece to Finland.
EDUCATION SYSTEM :

every person has the right to education. Education is compulsory until the age of 18. The manner in which compulsory education is received is regulated by an act of Parliament: education in public schools is free of charge. An act of Parliament may allow public higher education institutions (HEIs) to charge fees for providing educational services.

 

3-year specialised upper secondary school offering education in specializations of general vocational education that leads to the receipt of the matriculation certificate upon passing of the matriculation exam.

 

4-year technical upper secondary school leading to the receipt of a diploma confirming vocational qualifications upon passing of an examination.

 

3-year basic vocational school that leads to the receipt of a diploma confirming vocational qualifications upon passing of an exam as well as further education in a 2-year supplementary general upper secondary school or a 3-year supplementary technical upper secondary school.

 

3-year special schools preparing pupils with disabilities (special educational needs) for employment leading to the receipt of a certificate confirming preparation for employment.

Degree programmes, provided by both public and non-public university-type and non-university higher education institutions which comply with relevant requirements, including:

  • First-cycle (Bachelor’s degree) programmes;
  • Second-cycle (Master’sdegree) programmes;

Long-cycle (Master’sdegree) programmes. Holders of a Master’s degree or equivalent may apply to third-cycle programmes i.e. doctoral studies that provide advanced knowledge in a specific area or discipline of science, and prepare for independent and creative research and for the award of a doctoral degree. Holders of Bachelor’s or Master’s degrees may also follow non-degree post-graduate programmes that typically last one or two years.

ENTRY CRITERIA :
    • To qualify all international applicants must first meet the minimum requirements for entry into higher education in their own country, have a matriculation certificate or equivalent document; command of English (at least on an intermediate level) is also required.

 

  • Part time Job Opportunity :Non-EU citizens who work at Poland on part time and full time basis are allowed to specifically work in the months of July to September. A work permit is required by the citizens if they desire working during rest of the months of the year.