Poland is a country which is known for its cultural and educational history. Therefore, getting a medical degree from Poland is one of the cherished dreams of many young medical aspirants. Nearly all Polish medical universities strive to offer the best of the medical education and that too at low cost. The universities of this country conduct various kinds of exchange programs with some of the top universities of the world. This way, the students can get international exposure and make thousands of friends coming from other nations. […]
The huge wave of Polish migration to the UK after the accession of the country into the EU back in 2004 has been well documented. But over the past few years, the traffic between the two nations has become increasingly two-way, with a reported rise in the number of Brits moving to the Eastern European country. Some of these are students, drawn to the country for its low tuition fees and similarly low cost of living. […]
What is MBA??
The Master’s in Business Administration course originated in the United States post industrialization when there was a need to adopt scientific approaches towards management. It is a professional degree whose importance is being realized worldwide now. With time, a lot of specializations for BBA have emerged. The core subjects however remain accounting, marketing, finance, operations management and human resources. Most courses also offer elective subjects. With the rise in working professionals taking up the course, a large number of universities across the world offer part time, distance and some even online courses on MBA. […]
What to study?
It is a basic question of all young attending to high schools. It is important decision so choose your study programme wisely. First of all try to answer a question: “what do I like?”. Then try to match your interests with some school subjects. If you like chemistry maybe you should choose your studies in the field of life science? Of course the decision is not as straight. The most important is to study something that interest you. […]
The degree of engineer is awarded to someone who has completed a higher, professional educational course for the time period of 3 to 4 years at least. In some countries, it is considered as equivalent to graduation degree while in others, it is equivalent to a master’s degree, just taking a year more to complete. Students can choose between mechanical, civil, electronics and computer engineering. Specialisation has spread far and wide, covering a whole lot of nooks and corners of these subjects.[…]
In order to apply for selected study program commencing in October for fall semester and February for spring semester, a candidate should contact the admission office of the selected University directly by e-mail (phone/fax) or through one of its foreign recruitment offices. […]
*71st largest country in the world and the 9th largest in Europe.Studying in Poland will give you a European degree at a low cost.Polish schools compete with each other not only to provide a wide variety of high quality courses, but also in offering attractive tuition fees […]
With the completion of your schooling and beginning of summer vacations, there are many things you might be thinking of doing like holidays, jobs, heat, trips and somewhere in all these things you might be thinking of a fact that this is the time to decide what to do with your future studies that you will be going to take further. Deciding a university, place, and country to study and live in there during your study period is really a challenging work to do. It is not that much easy to choose a university abroad outside the country and take admission in as there are plethora of universities available in every country you will be throwing your dart of selection. Choosing between countries like New Zealand, United States of America, Canada, London or Italy have you ever thought about studying and taking your further studies in Europe? If the answer to this though it’s a Yes, then you must take a little time to study below some of the Reasons to Study in Poland. […]
The word ‘Poland’ might bring to mind cold weather, or perhaps cold cuts of meat. But for increasing numbers of people, Poland is becoming an attractive, affordable option for working and studying abroad. In 2015, Poland hosted over 57,000 international pupils from all over the world, an increase of 10,000 from the year before, and a massive 48,000 more than in 2005. These students are coming from Europe, particularly Scandinavia, Eastern Europe and Russia, but Poland is steadily receiving more international students from places like the US and UK. […]
Poland is a fascinating, culturally rich and, above all, modern country that boasts an extraordinary history, tradition and heritage – but also education standards equal to any in Europe. Located at the geographical and cultural frontier of Eastern and Western Europe, Poland is the largest of the former East European states and with 38.6 million inhabitants, is the sixth most populous member of the European Union (with Germany its biggest trading partner). It is probably best known for its medieval architecture, World War II history, Jewish heritage, massive Diaspora – and hearty cuisine. But it is quickly acquiring a reputation as a highly attractive international student destination. The dramatically lower cost of living here compared to other EU states is among its key draws. […]