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Study in Poland

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Study in Poland

Why Study in Poland?

Poland is an incredible country with a diverse and rich education history. Studying in Poland will give you a high quality European degree, recognizable all around the world and at a low cost compared to many other EU countries. Students enjoy high quality of education with the added benefit of also having a chance to pursue future careers in the EU which makes Poland one of the top study abroad destinations in the world.

Quick Key Figures

Population

37.7 Million

Capital City

Warsaw

Currency

PLN Polish Złoty

Tuition Fees

Starting from $5,000/Year

Total Cost of Living

$500-$750/Month

Intakes

Fall and Spring

Popular Cities

Warsaw, Kraków, Cracow, Lodz

International Student Population

57,000

Some of Our Partners

In recent years, Poland has become an increasingly popular destination among international students. All leading universities in Poland offer high-quality programs taught in English, including medicine, engineering, humanities, business, and finance. Drasco represents accredited and highly respected universities all over Poland.

Uniwersytet Wroclawski Poland
University of Warsaw Poland
Jagiellonian University Poland
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Lodz Uni Tech Poland
Warsaw University of Technology Poland
Uniwersytet Wroclawski Poland
University of Warsaw Poland
Jagiellonian University Poland
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Lodz Uni Tech Poland
Warsaw University of Technology Poland

Application Requirements

Passport Scan

Valid for at least 6 months from applying

Personal Photogragh

Passport Size Standard Photograph

Academic Transcript

Most Recent Transcript from School/University

Academic Diploma

Certificate of Latest Degree Completion

English Proficiency

IELTS, TOEFL or other recognized EPT

Proof of Finance

Bank Statements or Sponsorship Letter

Letter of Motivation

Optional or where applicable in certain universities

Recommendation Letters

2 recommendation letters (where applicable)

Application Form

To be provided by Drasco's Admission Team

Student Visa General Process

1

Get Accepted by a Polish University

After applying and getting accepted into the school you want to attend in Poland. You will need to visit a Polish embassy or consulate in your home country to have you visa application processed. You can find your nearest Polish consulate here. You will then proceed to set an appointment by registering online through the Polish consulate website.

2

Prepare and Attend Your Appointment

Prepare the necessary documents, including application form, travel document (passport), biometric photo, health insurance, sufficient means to support yourself, documents confirming the purpose of your stay. Proceed to attend you visa appointment on your specified date and submit all the documents including a printed and signed application form and the visa fee. 

3

Wait For Your Visa To Be Processed

Once you have submitted your application and all of the required documents, it should take 15 days for your visa to be reviewed and receive a response. Although this turnaround is pretty quick, you should still start your application as early as possible. In some cases, processing can take much longer, and delays can occur if you forget to include all your documents.

4

Arrange Your Travel Plans

If your visa is accepted proceed to prepare your travel arrangements. When you arrive you can begin applying for your residence permit. Your first Polish Residence Permit will be valid only for 15 months. However, it can be renewed up to a time period of 3 years. You can apply for this extension while you are legally living in Poland and before your visa expires.

For More Information on Poland's Visa Process