- poland at Glance
- Why poland
- Education System
- University & Colleges
- Eligibility & Documentation
- COST OF LIVING
A nation with a proud cultural heritage, Poland can trace its roots back over 1,000 years. Positioned at the center of Europe, it has known turbulent and violent times.
The country spends heavily on education, training and research – investment which pays dividends by delivering one of the best-qualified workforces in the world. This has been a key factor in the development of a modern, competitive economy in which an advanced telecommunications sector has been added to the traditional timber and metals industries.
The country has developed a modern, competitive economy, and is a world leader in telecommunications equipment. Main exports include telecoms equipment and engineering products, paper, pulp and lumber, glassware, stainless steel and ceramics.
Its remote northern beauty has inspired many artists, including the composer Jean Sibelius and the designer Alvar Aalto. Poland has also produced a number of top sports stars, including Formula One drivers Mika Häkkinen and Kimi Räikkönen. The population of Poland is tagged at 5.3 million
The top tourist attractions in Poland include:
- Senate Square
- Market Square
- Rock Church
- Santa Claus Village
- Linnanmäki Amusement Park
- Uspenski Cathedral
- Helsinki Olympic Stadium
- Polandia Hall
- Easy admission procedure
- Offer letter within 3 to 4 days
- No IELTS required
- Course fees varies from 1600 to 2400 euros per semester
- 1 day balance acceptable
- Wide range of programs for Bachelors , Masters and Diploma
- Science & Engineering
- Fashion Design
- Wine Marketing
- SCM & Logistics
- Media Film
- Hospitality & Tourism
- Banking & Finance
- Aero space
- Gdansk University, Poland
- Kosminzki University, Poland
- University of Warsaw
- Jagiellonian University
- AGH University of Science and Technology
- Adam Mickiewicz University
- Warsaw University of Technology
- University of Silesia in Katowice
- Nicolaus Copernicus University
- Cracow University of Technology
- University of Lodz
- Silesian University of Technology
- University of Gdansk
- University of Warmia and Mazury
- Warsaw University of Life Sciences
- Lublin University of Technology
- The John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin
- Wroclaw Medical University
- Wroclaw University of Economics
- Wroclaw University of Environmental and Life Sciences
- Wroclaw University of Technology
- Poznan University of Economics
- Poznan University of Medical Sciences
- Poznan University of Technology
- Cracow University of Economics
- Vistula University
- EU Business university
Documents required for Admission Procedure
- Copy of passport first and last page
- Updated Resume/CV with Skype id, Email id and Contact No.
- Academic documents 12th onwards (Mark sheets or Transcripts)
- Degree Certificates
- Two letters of recommendation
- Statement of Purpose
- Passport size Photograph
- Duly filled application form (If Applicable)
Student accommodation in Poland, for both exchange and degree students, is usually organized by established student housing foundations. In some university towns accommodation can also be arranged through the student unions themselves, or through regional student clubs or faculty organizations. Many towns and municipalities also have dormitories maintained by the municipal community or the educational institution.
The monthly rent varies from one study location to another, and also depending on the size and type of the student flat in question. The average monthly rent for a single room in a shared student flat ranges from approximately 160€ to 340€ (according to the 2010 SOA statistics). Single apartments or family flats are also available, but the rent rate is higher in these non-shared apartments.
You only need to bear for your living expenses, such as accommodation, food, transport and health insurance. The cost of living in Poland is approx. Euro 650 per month according to the official standards; it is difficult to say exactly how much money a student in Poland needs per month. The cost of living varies from city to city. Generally students can live on less money in smaller cities than in large cities. And, of course, the amount of money you will need greatly depends on how economically you live.
Average monthly expenses for rent and utilities
Room in a student hall of residence: € 200
Room in a shared flat: € 245
Flat by yourself: € 315
Masters (MS) Degree
Study in: European Countries
Course starts Aug-Sept 2017
The Erasmus Mundus Scholarships, funded by the European Union, are exclusively awarded to students coming from both EU and non-EU countries that have been selected to attend one of the Erasmus Mundus Joint Programmes at Masters Level.
European University Scholarship Program
European Universities/Institutions participating under approved Erasmus Mundus Action Joint Programmes.
Field(s) of Study:
About 116 Masters Courses are supported by scholarships. The field(s) of study covered are: Agriculture and Veterinary, Engineering, Manufacture and Construction, Health and Welfare, Humanities and Arts, Science, Mathematics and Computing, and Social Sciences, Business and Law.
Number of Awards:
Category A Scholarships: Nationals from another country than the European Union Member States and Switzerland, Iceland, Norway and Liechtenstein all together.
Category B Scholarships: Nationals from the European Union Member States, or from Switzerland, Iceland, Norway or Liechtenstein.
The programme offers full-time scholarships and/or fellowships that cover monthly allowance, participation costs, travelling and insurance costs of the students. Scholarship amounts can vary according to the level of studies, the duration of studies, and the scholar’s nationality (scholarships for non-EU students are higher than for EU students).
Please note that each Erasmus Mundus Joint Programme defines its own selection criteria and admission procedures.
The next application round for courses starting in the academic year 2017/2018 will start to open in the last quarter of 2016.
Deadline varies depending on the programme but falls around December to January.