Here, we give you reasons why Poland should own the first place of your destination country list for study. Tradition: Longstanding traditions in the higher education sector, with the first university in Poland founded in 1364. With a history dating back which Poland already teaching students for over 650 years, Poland’s cultural heritage is incredibly rich.
Today, 46,000 international students choosing to study in Poland (2014-2015). Competitive cost of living and studying: Relatively low living costs, which remain below those of most EU members. In a matter of fact, with only 3000 Euro tuition fee per year plus 250 Euro per month for living cost become the appealing aspect for many of those who choose to study in Poland. Poland offers scholarships to students funded by the government, various foundations and the higher education institution or universities themselves. They are available to in-country students, disabled applicants as well as to international students both from within the EU or non-EU. The high number of institutions that offer scholarships and their fluid availability added the uniqueness of this country.
Focus Scholarship: Master and PhD
Competition: Developing Countries
Scholarship Coverage: Partial Scholarship
This program is available for developing countries’ citizens such as: Angola, Ethiopia, Indonesia, Kenya, Colombia, Mexico, Mayanmar, Mongolia, Mozambique, Nigeria, Palestine, South Africa, Senegal, Tanzania, and Vietnam. Scholarships are offered in the form of full tuition fee waiver for Master program taught in Polish and PhD program at public universities which are supervised by the Poland’s government in higher education. This scholarship offers studies in the field of science, including the natural sciences and technical sciences in specific disciplines: mathematics, physics, chemistry, biology, agriculture, forestry, veterinary medicine, earth sciences, fisheries, geography, architecture, and engineering.