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Study abroad: How to go to study in Poland.

Study abroad: How to go to study in Poland.
Today, one of the most popular and accessible for Ukrainian entrants is education in Poland. Unlike other European countries, you can enter Polish universities right after school and even without exams. In addition, the cost of education, accommodation and meals in Poland is much lower than in other European countries. Also, students have the opportunity to earn extra money during the holidays.
Today, one of the most popular and accessible for Ukrainian entrants is education in Poland. Unlike other European countries, you can enter Polish universities right after school and even without exams. In addition, the cost of education, accommodation and meals in Poland is much lower than in other European countries. Also, students have the opportunity to earn extra money during the holidays.
Every year the number of people who want to study in Poland is growing. Over the past ten years, the number of higher education institutions in Poland has increased 4-fold, and the number of students has increased 5-fold. Every year almost half a million young people come to Poland to study at universities and colleges. In Poland today there are more than 310 private and 138 public universities.
So why did Polish education become so popular? In June 1999, the ministers of education of 29 countries, including Poland, signed the so-called Bologna Declaration, which initiated the process of creating the European Higher Education Area. The introduction of the Bologna education system in Poland was primarily aimed at raising the level of education in universities and increasing the competitiveness of Polish universities.
Today, Polish universities offer training in both English and Polish. At the same time, studying in English requires receiving two diplomas: Polish and British, because English-language programs are developed jointly with British universities. It is important to note that in public universities, instruction in Polish is free. At universities and special language centers there are courses on studying the Polish language. Among the most famous public universities in Poland are the universities of Warsaw, Krakow, Poznan, Lodz, Wroclaw, Lublin, Gdansk and others.
Polish diplomas are highly quoted all over the world, because they comply with the International Standards of Classification of Education (ISCED). Therefore, the graduates of Polish universities open wide prospects for decent employment not only in Ukraine, but also in other countries of the world.
The advantages of studying in Poland.
Free education. But only in public universities with free places for foreign students. Required in Polish. And the applicants with Polish origin (the Pole's card) have the opportunity to study for free or receive a discount of up to 30% on any chosen program. You can apply for admission in the 11th grade, even before you get a certificate of secondary education. At admission, there are no entrance exams and compulsory preparatory programs (you can start training immediately after graduation). Inexpensive cost of training in English programs (one of the lowest in Europe). Students of Polish universities have the right to work without restrictions during their studies. After graduation, it is possible to conclude a working contract with European firms. After receiving the diploma, foreign students have the right to work in Poland without a work permit. After Poland's accession to the European Union, diplomas of Polish universities are automatically recognized in all countries of Europe without additional confirmation, and education in Poland corresponds to the International Standards of Classification of Education (ISCED). Students receive a Schengen visa, which means that it is possible to visit all countries of the Schengen agreement without hindrance. Living, food, transport costs in Poland are lower than in the UK, Germany, Austria and other European countries.
Stationary (full-time) & ndash; classes are held from Monday to Friday.
Students are recruited for training twice a year: for the winter semester and summer semester.
The academic year lasts two semesters, which consist of 30 weeks of training, about 30 hours of classes per week.
The winter semester (starts on October 1 and ends around February 15 in the next calendar year) consists of 15 weeks of schooling, Christmas vacations, winter session exams and winter vacations. The summer semester (starting around February 16 and ending on September 30) consists of 15 weeks of classes, summer session examinations and summer vacations, lasting about 3 months.
As for the financial side, the cost of studying in Poland will be 700-830 euro semester & ndash; if the study is in Polish, or from 1600 & ndash; 2000 euros per semester, if the study will be in English. If you decide to enter the Polish language training program, it is advisable to first take a language course in Poland - the cost starts from 200 euros per month. In general, a student in Poland should have about 400 euros a month for accommodation and meals.
If you have finally decided on the university and specialty, the following documents should be sent to the admission committee:
Certificate / Bachelor's Degree Copy of the passport Summary, with information about the education received and professional experience. Recommendations Filled application forms 4 passport-size photographs Test results TOEFL 500 (computer based test, IELTS 5.5-6.0) (if you enroll for a program with the English language of instruction) Medical certificate for travelers abroad Motivation letter.
The exact list of documents must be specified at the chosen institution.


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