Education

Poland has one of the oldest higher education systems in Europe. Some of its universities are more than 650 years old. Nine of Poland’s universities figure in the top 100 universities in the world. The degrees are internationally accepted. The tuition fee is much lower than many countries. The cost of living is very low compared to other European countries with similar standards. This coupled with part-time work rights allowed for students to make Poland as an attractive study destination. There is no requirement of IELTS / TOEFL if education has been in English.

Student dependent visa is also available, so your family can accompany you.

One year of Post-Study Work Visa enables you to search for a job in Poland. If you get a job and work permit in Poland, then you can work in any of the 27 EU countries.

Poland being a member of EU and Shenzhen, there can be seamless movement between 27 European countries.

Employment Prospects:

Poland is an emerging economy with its economy mainly dependent on manufacturing, food processing, and shipbuilding. Its unemployment rate is 5.5% while the average for Europe is 8.8%.

Scholarships:

There are 135 scholarships exclusively for Indian Students, besides scholarships offered by the government of Poland which also covers living expenses. The universities also have their own scholarships.

List Of Universities

Adam Mickiewicz University      

Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski University     

Casimir the Great University      

Jagiellonian University  

Jan Kochanowski University       

John Paul II Catholic University 

Maria Curie-Sklodowska University        

Nicolaus Copernicus University 

Opole University             

University of Bialystok  

University of Gdansk     

University of Rzeszów  

University of Silesia        

University of Szczecin   

University of Warmia and Mazury           

University of Warsaw    

University of Wroclaw  

University of Zielona Góra          

University of Lódz

Work Rights

A student can work part time while studying in Poland.

The student can work 20 hours per week part time and 3 months full time during vacation.

Students who are not nationals of EU members require a residence permit.

Visa

Documents needed for visa:

  1. Hand written application form filled in by the applicant.
  2. Current Passport.
  3. Passport should be valid for at least three months from the date of expiry of Polish visa obtained by the applicant; Passport must contain at least two blank pages for visas.
  4. All previous passports.
  5. Acceptance letter.
  6. Confirmation of the fee payment at least for one year (long-term study) or one semester (in case of short term).
  7. CV.
  8. Certificate of educational qualifications (class 10th Mark Sheet & Certificate, Class 12th Mark Sheet & Certificate, Graduation Mark Sheet & Certificate - in case of PG Course), all must be authenticated by MEA.

Documents confirming sufficient financial resources for study in Poland:

Bank account in the name of the applicant, if have. (Minimum Rs. 8 -10 lakhs required to show). A letter from the host or sponsor (i.e., sponsorship letter) confirming support to the applicant during the stay in Poland including bank statements, bank certificates, income tax returns and Fixed Deposits.

  1. Insurance policy for 30,000 euro for 1 year.
  2. Photographs with Specification on photo for visa.
  3. CA REPORT (if available).

Documents needed for the Admission:

Academic Documents.

Financial Documents.

IELTS / TOEFL Score if previous education is not in English Language.

Student Dependent:

Student Dependents can visit their partners but cannot stay for the entire duration.

Complete process:

1. Submit documents + IELTS to universities.

2. Get conditional offer.

3. Pay 1 year fee at once + University application fee of 200 Euros for acceptance.

4. Get fee receipt.

5. Apply for student visa by booking online slot for visa interview and have to show living expenses of Euros 10000.

6. Visa fee is INR 3600.

7. Get the Visa after Interview.

8. During education, we need to find an employer to sponsor you in order to get a Work Visa.

Visa Embassies in India:

Bangalore, Mumbai, New Delhi, Kolkata.

FAQ

 

A standard working for a week is 40 hours within 5 working days, which amounts to 8 hours on an average per day.

Poland's full-time education at state institutions of higher education is free for Polish citizens. It is also free for foreigners who commence studies in State Higher education institutes on terms applicable to Polish citizens.  

Ranked in the fifth position to study in Europe. Poland is a low expenditure country, where one can simply find its accommodation at low cost,  with high quality education.

International students have the right to work while studying in Poland as long as they are enrolled in an Education Institution.

A student can earn about 10-15 PLN (2.5 – 3.75 euro) per hour. The minimum wage in Poland is 317 euro per month. 

Generally No. However, in some cases, a Skype interview is required to be attended.

Yes, if you have enrolled in a full time, daytime course in an University.

If you find time, you can work up to 40 hrs. per week.

FAQ

A standard working for a week is 40 hours within 5 working days, which amounts to 8 hours on an average per day.

Poland's full-time education at state institutions of higher education is free for Polish citizens. It is also free for foreigners who commence studies in State Higher education institutes on terms applicable to Polish citizens.  

Ranked in the fifth position to study in Europe. Poland is a low expenditure country, where one can simply find its accommodation at low cost,  with high quality education.

International students have the right to work while studying in Poland as long as they are enrolled in an Education Institution.

A student can earn about 10-15 PLN (2.5 – 3.75 euro) per hour. The minimum wage in Poland is 317 euro per month. 

Generally No. However, in some cases, a Skype interview is required to be attended.

Yes, if you have enrolled in a full time, daytime course in an University.

If you find time, you can work up to 40 hrs. per week.

FAQ

A standard working for a week is 40 hours within 5 working days, which amounts to 8 hours on an average per day.

Poland's full-time education at state institutions of higher education is free for Polish citizens. It is also free for foreigners who commence studies in State Higher education institutes on terms applicable to Polish citizens.  

Ranked in the fifth position to study in Europe. Poland is a low expenditure country, where one can simply find its accommodation at low cost,  with high quality education.

International students have the right to work while studying in Poland as long as they are enrolled in an Education Institution.

A student can earn about 10-15 PLN (2.5 – 3.75 euro) per hour. The minimum wage in Poland is 317 euro per month. 

Generally No. However, in some cases, a Skype interview is required to be attended.

Yes, if you have enrolled in a full time, daytime course in an University.

If you find time, you can work up to 40 hrs. per week.

FAQ

A standard working for a week is 40 hours within 5 working days, which amounts to 8 hours on an average per day.

Poland's full-time education at state institutions of higher education is free for Polish citizens. It is also free for foreigners who commence studies in State Higher education institutes on terms applicable to Polish citizens.  

Ranked in the fifth position to study in Europe. Poland is a low expenditure country, where one can simply find its accommodation at low cost,  with high quality education.

International students have the right to work while studying in Poland as long as they are enrolled in an Education Institution.

A student can earn about 10-15 PLN (2.5 – 3.75 euro) per hour. The minimum wage in Poland is 317 euro per month. 

Generally No. However, in some cases, a Skype interview is required to be attended.

Yes, if you have enrolled in a full time, daytime course in an University.

If you find time, you can work up to 40 hrs. per week.

FAQ

A standard working for a week is 40 hours within 5 working days, which amounts to 8 hours on an average per day.

Poland's full-time education at state institutions of higher education is free for Polish citizens. It is also free for foreigners who commence studies in State Higher education institutes on terms applicable to Polish citizens.  

Ranked in the fifth position to study in Europe. Poland is a low expenditure country, where one can simply find its accommodation at low cost,  with high quality education.

International students have the right to work while studying in Poland as long as they are enrolled in an Education Institution.

A student can earn about 10-15 PLN (2.5 – 3.75 euro) per hour. The minimum wage in Poland is 317 euro per month. 

Generally No. However, in some cases, a Skype interview is required to be attended.

Yes, if you have enrolled in a full time, daytime course in an University.

If you find time, you can work up to 40 hrs. per week.

FAQ

A standard working for a week is 40 hours within 5 working days, which amounts to 8 hours on an average per day.

Poland's full-time education at state institutions of higher education is free for Polish citizens. It is also free for foreigners who commence studies in State Higher education institutes on terms applicable to Polish citizens.  

Ranked in the fifth position to study in Europe. Poland is a low expenditure country, where one can simply find its accommodation at low cost,  with high quality education.

International students have the right to work while studying in Poland as long as they are enrolled in an Education Institution.

A student can earn about 10-15 PLN (2.5 – 3.75 euro) per hour. The minimum wage in Poland is 317 euro per month. 

Generally No. However, in some cases, a Skype interview is required to be attended.

Yes, if you have enrolled in a full time, daytime course in an University.

If you find time, you can work up to 40 hrs. per week.

FAQ

A standard working for a week is 40 hours within 5 working days, which amounts to 8 hours on an average per day.

Poland's full-time education at state institutions of higher education is free for Polish citizens. It is also free for foreigners who commence studies in State Higher education institutes on terms applicable to Polish citizens.  

Ranked in the fifth position to study in Europe. Poland is a low expenditure country, where one can simply find its accommodation at low cost,  with high quality education.

International students have the right to work while studying in Poland as long as they are enrolled in an Education Institution.

A student can earn about 10-15 PLN (2.5 – 3.75 euro) per hour. The minimum wage in Poland is 317 euro per month. 

Generally No. However, in some cases, a Skype interview is required to be attended.

Yes, if you have enrolled in a full time, daytime course in an University.

If you find time, you can work up to 40 hrs. per week.

FAQ

A standard working for a week is 40 hours within 5 working days, which amounts to 8 hours on an average per day.

Poland's full-time education at state institutions of higher education is free for Polish citizens. It is also free for foreigners who commence studies in State Higher education institutes on terms applicable to Polish citizens.  

Ranked in the fifth position to study in Europe. Poland is a low expenditure country, where one can simply find its accommodation at low cost,  with high quality education.

International students have the right to work while studying in Poland as long as they are enrolled in an Education Institution.

A student can earn about 10-15 PLN (2.5 – 3.75 euro) per hour. The minimum wage in Poland is 317 euro per month. 

Generally No. However, in some cases, a Skype interview is required to be attended.

Yes, if you have enrolled in a full time, daytime course in an University.

If you find time, you can work up to 40 hrs. per week.