Updated: Jun 12
Students can study in Poland without IELTS who are graduated from an English language speaking high school or higher education institution are not required English Proficiency.
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For many of those who choose to study in Poland, the country’s appeal is augmented by its relatively low living costs, which remain below those of most EU members. University fees are likewise relatively affordable, typically no more than 3 Lacs Indian Rupees per year.
If you have decided to Study in Poland which is one of the fastest developing country in Europe, you should get familiar with necessary information on process and the system of studying in Poland.
International students agree that universities in Poland provide some of the best higher education in Europe. More than 100 students shared reviews on their study abroad experience on our deskboard. From these reviews a total of 50+ students commented on what it was like to study in Poland, and rated the country an overall score of 9 out of 10. This ranked Poland fifth among the best places to study in Europe, in the our desk board at Miracle Overseas.
Eleven universities in Poland were nominated for international student satisfaction awards. Two Polish universities received average scores of 9.5 out of 10, and were awarded the Certificate for Outstanding International Student Satisfaction: Adam Mickiewicz University Poznan and the University of Economics in Katowice. Students also rated three more universities in Poland as “excellent”: Gdansk School of Banking, the University of Warsaw and Wroclaw University of Technology. A further six Polish higher education institutions were rated “very good”.
Applying to study in Poland
Polish higher education lasts for three years at undergraduate (bachelor’s) level and one and a half or two years at master’s level. In order to apply, you need to provide proof of having successfully completed the previous level of studies, along with proof of English language proficiency (unless you are a native speaker). Some courses may require that you sit an entrance exam or present a portfolio of work. You can also choose to study in Polish, in which case you’ll either need to submit proof of proficiency in the language or enroll in a year-long language course to prepare.
Visas to study in Poland
Students who are residents of the countries within the European Union do not need a visa to study in Poland. However, upon arrival in the country, EU citizens need to apply for a temporary residence permit. International students from non-EU countries will need to obtain a student visa before arrival. On arrival, they will also need to apply for a residence permit, which will be valid for two years. For further assistance and information contact the Polish embassy in your country or visit the Polish Ministry of Foreign Affairs’ website.
Fees and funding
Higher education in Poland is free for Polish citizens. If you wish to benefit from this as well, you will need to sit the same entrance exams as Polish students and study a course taught in the Polish language. Otherwise, international students are required to pay tuition fees, which are typically in the range of Rupees 1 Lac to 2 Lac per year at public universities in Poland. Fees at private universities in Poland will be slightly higher; depending on your course and the institution, the fees could be up to Rupees 2.5 Lac a year. Universities in Poland have recently stopped charging these fees in full up-front, in order to ensure that fees do not present too much of a barrier for international students
Note that there are relatively few scholarships available for foreign students, so it’s likely that you’ll need to cover your own costs. However, it may be worth checking with the universities to which you are applying, to see whether any funding opportunities are available.
If you have decided to start studies in Poland, which might force you to move away, you have to consider accommodation issue. Depending on the city and university selection, accommodation offers for students might differ. Even though dorms are often granted by the university at a relatively low price, the vast majority of students choose renting their own flat.
When it comes to dorms, their price and standard depends mostly on the university selection. However, rental of one room for more than one person costs approximately 60-80 euros a month. Choosing a single room increases the price to 100-150 euros a month.
You can as well choose renting your own flat, but this will cost you even more. You can expect a price of approximately 250 euros a month. However, remember that in bigger cities like the Polish capital Warsaw, this price will certainly be higher. This is the reason why most people choose to rent a flat in the group of 2 or 3 in order to reduce the costs.