Population: 32 million
Poland is an EU country and we are all familiar with its history and development. Poland received a reputation as a country that has shown dramatic economic and social. It was stable enough to avoid the worst effects of the economic recession. This country has a large territory and plays an important political and economic role in Europe. Poland has the youngest population among other EU countries – 50% of their citizens are under 35. This creates a dynamic and interesting atmosphere for international students. Such tendencies explain the growth of the educational sector in Poland and its high European standards.
Which type of education can Poland offer? Facts speak for themselves. The amount of educational institutions in Poland increased five times over last ten years. Nowadays the country benefits from 400 universities. Programmes taught in English became even more popular. Almost every Polish university offers courses in English at Bachelor’s and Master’s levels.
The list of Majors available for international students is impressive – from business and economics to humanities and social sciences. This creates an excellent range of universities and programmes.
The important factor is the affordability of educational programmes in Poland. Bachelors courses in English cost 2 000 – 5 000 EUR per year and Masters courses 3 000 – 8 000 per year. Such attractive fees in state Polish universities and an opportunity to study in English attract many international students.
INSA Experts present this chart on the structure of the highereducation system in Poland:
Master’s programme / MBA
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