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    Victor Omotosho

    Poland is an inspiring country to study abroad, and Polish universities have been more successful in international university rankings over the past years.

    According to the Central Statistical Office: the number of international students in Poland continues to grow. Now it is 57 thousand people – about 11 thousand more than a year before. In addition, in Poland there are less than 7 thousand students from Asian, just over 1,200 from North and Central America, and slightly less than 1200 from Africa; there are also small groups of students from South America and Oceania.

    The high quality of education: Universities in Poland go through a pretty nice process of judgment and certification before they can admit students and start teaching classes, the Polish authorities have ensured these schools and institutions live up to a nationwide standard for research and education, which allows Top Polish Universities to stand in academic standard with top world ranked Universities.

    A friendly national society: Studying in Poland is attractive not only academically, but also for the high quality of life available there. The country’s economy has grown dramatically over the past 20 years. It is modern, clean, and safe, and offers all of the social and cultural opportunities to both international and local students.

    Student-friendly infrastructure: At a relatively low cost, students have access to city bicycle networks, car-sharing systems and public transport. Another popular feature that students mentioned is the variety of restaurants offering cuisine from all over the world.

    Reasonable cost of living and studying: Poland’s cost of living are also surprisingly low, and in fact lower than in most other European countries. A place in a student dormitory may cost less than 100 EUR per month for a shared room. Overall, depending on the city on what lifestyle you desire, you might get by on less than 500 EUR per month.

    International Student support Initiatives: Mentoring programmes and senior student networks at Polish universities help newly arrived students adapt quickly to living and studying in Poland. As a result, students can integrate well while newcomers and senior students get acquainted and build friendships.

    Also, Poland has many areas of natural beauty, such as the Mazury Lake District and the Tatra Mountains, green areas, nature reserves, natural monuments and forests; There are a lot of tourist locations to visit in Poland, all of which make the country an appealing place to both study and settle.

  • Why is Poland attractive to international students?

    Victor Omotosho updated 1 year, 12 months ago 2 Members · 2 Replies
  • Michael

    May 28, 2022 at 9:21 pm

    Poland is rising very fast in the European Labour market, especially in the areas of IT, where the professionals earn about the same amount, of not more, as those in Germany.

    Switzerland still remains the highest paying location in Europe. However, Poland is an easy and good place to start from as an international Student from outside Europe.

  • Victor Omotosho

    May 30, 2022 at 10:56 pm

    Exactly, Poland is an easy and good place and a lot of international applicants do not consider it.

    well, I am personally considering Poland though

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