Poland, large and beautiful country with challenging history, lies in the very heart of the European continent. This central European country has a lot to offer if you are searching for high-quality education, an exciting experience and a nice, safe place to live.

Geographically speaking, Poland is a gem because it is a bridge between Western and Eastern Europe and thanks to recent efforts in internationalization, Poland is attracting more international students than ever before. If you are wondering why is that so, it is because Poland offers world-class education at modest tuition fees and affordable cost of living. Also, Poland is the place where you can earn a diploma that will open the doors for you in one of the best European companies even some of the best in the world. The country has many other perks, like the fact that its medical schools are accredited in the U.S.A. What is even more impressive than that is that the majority of the programmes are lectured in both Polish and English language.

Warsaw is Poland’s capital and its largest city. It is vibrant, ever growing city, with modern infrastructure and definitely a place to live if you prefer the international vibe and rich student life.

Beside Warsaw, other major university cities are Gdansk, Krakow, Poznan, Lodz and Wroclaw. Many foreign students reckon that modern infrastructure like student accommodation, classrooms with multimedia resources, well-equipped laboratories and amazing cities infrastructure and transportation are crucial reasons why Poland is an attractive place to study and live. Poland offers many well-known higher education institutions, with nearly 20 of them ranked in the top 1,000 worldwide. Some of the best universities are University of Warsaw, , Warsaw University of Technology, Jagiellonian University, Medical University of Gdanks and AGH University of Science and Technology.

With top-quality and internationally recognized degrees, almost no other european country can set your career off with such a promising start.

At the moment there are more than 1.2 million students studying in Poland at almost 380 universities.

Do you want to become a one of them as well? Book a consultation with your Erasmus coordinator!

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