Study in Poland
Poland’s extensive history provides international students with a vibrant and culture-rich environment. Despite its painful history, the country has emerged as a popular destination, providing an array of architecture, cuisine and beautiful scenery.
Located in Central Europe, Poland is the perfect place for international students wanting to experience European culture whilst gaining a high quality education.
Why Study in Poland:
Poland has three levels of study and offers programmes in a wide range of subject areas. Poland’s higher education system is divided between publicly funded and private institutions. Both of these types of institution have their own levels of accreditation and subject specialisations. You will find 9 of Poland’s universities in the top 1000 of the QS World University Rankings, with the highest ranked being the University of Warsaw.
The first higher education institution in Poland, now called Jagiellonian University, was founded 1364. It is one of the world’s oldest existing universities, and is ranked in the top 500 of the QS rankings. Poland’s higher education institutions are most noted for their offerings in fine arts, music and drama. You will also find a wide variety of technical schools in a variety of disciplines.