Higher Education in Poland
Getting higher education in Poland brings a lot of advantages with itself.
- Some of them are:
- Polish universities provide high-quality educational services;
- Recognized in EU countries;
- The possibility of free movement within the EU;
- The right to work in the country while studying.
For admission to Polish universities, students need to have a certificate of secondary education – when enrolling in undergraduate(Bachelor degree) programs or a bachelor’s diploma – when enrolling in graduate(Magister degree) programs. Education at universities is held in Polish and English. To confirm knowledge of one of the languages, you can use a certificate or take preparatory courses at the university, which, as a rule, take place in the summer, before the semester begins.
- Educational System:
- Bachelor’s degree – 3 years (6 semesters)
- Engineer degree – 4 years (technical specialists)
- Master’s degree – 4.5-5 years
Many Polish universities offer students the possibility to combine studies with paid internships (1 semester of theoretical training + 1 semester of paid practice in a specialty).