This time I would like to help those of you who are considering studying in Krakow. The first weeks are going to be tough, so let me give you 5 tips on what to do after you get into a university in Krakow.Read More
More and more foreigners are studying in Poland. Over 57,000 international students from almost 160 countries studied here in 2016. What’s more, Poland scored the third highest in the International Student Satisfaction ranking for Europe according to Study Portals.
The Study in Poland section is dedicated to all students and to people who have just started looking into Polish universities.
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The process of looking for the most suitable study programme may give you a headache. There are hundreds of universities in Poland, so checking all of their offers individually is quite challenging. In this article I not only provide the list of top universities in Poland, but I also recommend two great search engines that will enable you to deal with the all the searching in no time. I also give you a few tips on how to get into a Polish university.
It’s possible that you’ll have a lighter schedule and you’ll be able to start working as a student. This article will be a must-read for you. It explains work permits for students, indicates when the best moment is to start working and suggests how to find a job or an internship.
This time I would like to help those of you who are considering studying in Krakow. I’m guessing that you’re a little bit stressed about moving to a new city that you’ve probably never been to. The first weeks are going to be tough, so let me give you 5 tips on what to do after you get into a university in Krakow.
It’s an adventure in itself to study in Poland when you live far from here, but you could even study in two European countries and get a special scholarship from the European Union to do so. Imagine that: two years in Poland and one year in Germany, Italy, Spain, France… In this article I describe how the Erasmus+ scholarships work.
Category: Study in Poland
You’ve made a bold decision to study far from home. The first problem that you need to face is finding the best university in a country where people probably don’t even speak your language. This guide will help you to find and enroll in the top universities in Poland.Read More
Erasmus is a very popular exchange programme for universities within the European Union. It will enable you to study in two different countries and get extra money from the European Union in order to do so.Read More
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