Study in POLAND
Being located in the middle of Europe, Poland links East and West not only geographically but also culturally. The country’s territory is 322,575 sq km; inhabited by about 38 million people. Poland is a member of European Union (EU), the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) and the United Nations (UN). Poland is one of the fastest growing economies. It is the 6th largest economy in the EU and 21st in the world. Poland was the only EU member state that showed a positive GDP growth during the recent great economic crisis.
Poland is a great place to study. You will find a wide selection of courses you can take at costs much lower than most other International education destinations. The Polish government and its universities have invested heavily in attracting International students, and are offering them globally recognized education along with part time work opportunities, affordable accommodation and plenty of recreational activities. The education system of Poland has a long and impressive academic tradition with its roots going back as far as the middle ages. Poland grows to provide degree education to students across the world.
There are over 500 renowned Universities in Poland that are offering over 25,000 degree programs in several disciplines. Poland is known for offering highly specialized programs, unlike the traditional education system in Europe. Course availability is rich and the schools are continuously expanding their offerings to suit the market demand. Polish Degrees in Sciences, Technology, Engineering and Business are recognized worldwide. Studying in Poland, shall provide you with an affordable and a solid start in your international career, giving you an opportunity to work and settle anywhere around the world.
During your study in Poland you can legally work part time during your program and full time during your break. After your student visa you can avail a Work Permit for 3 years, that legally permits you to work full time in Poland. Once you complete 5 years of legal stay in Poland (including your student visa), you can file for a Resident Status or a Blue Card.