1. So many options

There are more than 1.1 million students studying in Poland, at almost 400 universities. What is even more impressive most of the programmes are offered in both Polish and English Language, on top of that, there are hundreds of languages that are taught here. There are a lot more colleges for arts as well as faculties of humanities and polytechnics, all of them equipped with ideal laboratories and super-computers. While studying in Poland, you will have a chance to enter a competition with NASA or become a part of a prestigious scholarship programme in areas of humanities (like ancient and modern languages, literature and philosophy). Polish business schools deliver world-class education in management and finance (also as double-degree programmes) all recognized and accredited internationally. See for yourself – over a million student can’t be wrong, can they?

2. Study in the centre of Europe

Poland is the place where you can earn a diploma that will open up doors to the best companies in Europe, and some of the best in the world. The country has many other perks, such as the fact that its medical schools are accredited in the US and that, while studying in Poland, you have access to the European Union’s study programmes and are able to do internships or traineeships abroad. With top-quality, internationally recognised degrees, almost no other region in the world can set your career off to such a promising start. Do not forget that Poland has a favourable geographic location that has an excellent transport connection to the whole European Union at your fingertips!

3. Live in the city that's bursting with different cultures

Study in the European Capital of Culture Wrocław, artistic Kraków, hipster Warsaw, multicultural Lublin, academic Poznań or beautiful coastal Gdańsk. There’s something for everyone in each city, from student pubs to vegan restaurants and art galleries. Be ready to meet and interact with the crowd at the Palace of Culture in Warsaw, explore Krakow’s Wawel Castle, during winter you can go for skiing in the Tatra Mountains or sail in the Masurian Lake District.

4. Ideal for a student budget

If you dream of going abroad and becoming independent while studying, do not worry about the cost, Poland is ideal for a student on a tight budget. Dormitories start from €60 a month per student, cinema ticket starts from €2,50, and lunch in the cafeteria starts from €2. No wonder Warsaw is the most affordable European student city according to 2016 QS Best Student Cities index. Find more info here

5. Great career opportunities

Studying in Poland is just the beginning. Those wanting to start their own business, or find a great job in an international company would benefit from a longer stay. Foreign companies operating in Poland prefer graduates from Polish universities. Akademickie Inkubatory Przedsiębiorczości (‘Academic Incubators of Entrepreneurship’) is a community that will help and nurture your business, and the Technology Parks are also at your disposal. Additionally, The Warsaw Innovation week, is a great hub where start-ups can attract the attention of foreign investors.