Study in Poland

Institutions, structure and academic credits in Polish higher education system

What is the difference between first-cycle, Bachelor’s degree courses and Master’s? What’s the Bologna Process in general, and how regular student can gain from it? Basically, what’s the structure and Institutions of higher education in Poland? How the examinations and the credits system look like? All that and more is right bellow. Let’s find out! …

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Information about studies in Poland that you need to know

Learn about the recruitment process at Polish universities, the difference between first-cycle courses and Master’s degree courses, what is the Bologna Process, and what does the ordinary student gain from it? Poland participates in the Bologna Process, and therefore, the organization of studying presents as follows: First cycle studies – professional courses that prepare you …

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All you need to know about choosing a university and major in Poland

What major would be the best option to choose? Humanities? Medicine? Or maybe maths and physics? Studying part-time or full-time? State university or private university? These questions come to mind more often with the enrollment coming. The amount of offers available at every university complicates the process of making a decision and often leads to …

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Public vs. Private: which university in Poland should you choose?

While choosing a university in Poland, what should you focus on?  On prestige? modernity? or the cost of studying? What’s better? Studying at public or private university?  In Poland, just like in any other country (well, most of them), there are both, public and private universities. Let’s check out, what are the differences between them? The …

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