Feb 27, 2019

How to Apply at Universities in Poland for International Students 2019

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Poland is often overlooked European Study abroad destination for international student. It has all the potential and opportunities for the students at low costs and without compromising anything on the quality of education. Fourteen of the Universities in Poland feature in the rankings of QS world University rankings. To study in Poland, the first task is to apply for a University. How to do that? Here is a comprehensive guide to help you with that:

How to Apply at Universities in Poland for International Students 2019

1. Best Universities in Poland for International Students

Before applying, you are needed to choose a course and University in Poland to get started. As we have mentioned before there are fourteen universities in Poland with international standards of teaching. Here we have listed 10 of them to help you with the selection process.

List of Universities in Poland: Universities in Poland for International Students in 2019

No.

Universities

Poland Universities Rankings (QS)

1

University of Warsaw

394

2

Jagiellonian University

411

3

Warsaw University of Technology

601-650

4

Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznań

801-1000

5

AGH University of Science and Technology

801-1000

6

Cracow University of Technology

801-1000

7

Lodz University of Technology

801-1000

8

Nicolaus Copernicus University

801-1000

9

Poznan University of Technology

801-1000

10

University of Gdansk

801-1000

2. Courses to Look forward at Universities in Poland

Once you shortlist the Universities you are interested in, the next step is to search for the courses available and courses you want to pursue. Poland has number of courses available for international students and they are well of the standards of international universities. Here are some of the courses you can look forward to study in Poland:

  • Business and Management Courses in Poland
  • Economics Courses in Poland
  • International Relations Courses in Poland
  • Engineering Courses in Poland
  • Fashion Designing in Poland

You can check out: List of Engineering Universities in Poland for 2019

3. How to Apply

There is no centralised system to apply for the universities in poland. The best way to apply is from the Universities’ websites. The application process for the international students at Universities in Poland is online. For the students from non-EU/EEA countries, there are visa requirements. Therefore it is advisable to start the preparation for the application early.

Application Deadlines and Poland Intakes 2019

There are two intakes in Poland which most of the Universities follow. Here are the intakes in Poland and their application deadlines:

Poland Intakes 2019

Duration

Fall Semester

Early October to Mid February

Spring Semester

Mid February to Late June

Deadlines

EU / EEA students

Non-EU / EEA Students

Mid September

Mid July to Mid August

Documents Required by Universities in Poland

  • Certificates and Mark sheets of previous study, a bachelor’s degree if applying for the Master’s Program
  • English Language Proficiency Proof (IELTS, TOEFL, Cambridge)
  • Resume / CV
  • Statement of Purpose and Letters of Recommendations as per University requirements
  • Application Form from University filled by the student
  • Passport photographs
  • Medical Certificate
  • Payment receipt of admission fees

4. Poland University Fees:

Here is the average tuition fees at the Universities in Poland:

The fees here are average and approximate Poland University fees, and the fees will change with courses and Universities. The best source to check the fees for the courses you have chosen is to check the University websites.

Type of University

Undergraduate Program

Post Graduate Program

Public Universities in Poland

€2000  to €5000

€2000 to €6200

Private Universities in Poland

Varies with Universities, and up to EUR 50000

5. After Admissions:

Once you have secured an admission in one of the Universities in Poland, the next step is to get the student visa and residence permit to study in Poland. For EU / EEA students, no visa is required. However they are required to apply for the residence permit in the Poland.

For non-EU / EEA students, they will need both the study visa and residence permit. Students are also advised to have a valid health insurance plan before flying to Poland. You can find more information on the student visa process here: Student Visa in Poland

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About The Author:

Dhruv is fond of words and everything related to them. Writing about different things from around the world gives him immense pleasure, and a very healthy by-product is sharing of the information and helping others in the process.

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