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Poland is an ideal European study destination

Poland is an ideal European study destination with some of the finest institutions offering world class education at affordable fees. Poland has a proud history of over 650 years of educating high profile professionals. It does not end here Poland has a lot in store for you starting from a mix of cultures that truly reflects in everything from culture, architecture, art, music and cuisine, making Poland an irresistible destination for international students who amidst their studies eke out time to explore the beautiful cities and rustic country side of Europe.[…]

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Study and Work in Poland for International Students

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.[…]

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Education and Schools in Poland

Education is compulsory for all children living in Poland aged between seven and 18, including expats. Children attend kindergarten from the age of around three or five; it is compulsory to attend at least one year of formal education before entering the first grade of primary school no later than the age of seven. Primary school (szkola podstawowa) is from grade 1 to 6, when students turn 13. This is followed by lower secondary school (gymnazium) for three years (grade 7 to 9). After this, students have the option to attend one of a number of different types of secondary schools: three-year general high school, four-year technical high school or three-year vocational high school.[…]

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Higher Education System

The Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) in Poland are divided into state (public) and private (non-public) institutions. There are two main categories of higher education institutions: university-type and non-university institutions. In the university-type HEIs, at least one unit is authorised to confer the academic degree of Doctor (PhD), i.e. offers at least one doctoral programme.[…]

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Reasons to Study in Poland.

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. […]

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Study and Work in Poland for International Students…

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. […]