• Faithful to my Homeland, the Republic of Poland


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  • 27 February 2017

    Eight Polish Universities will present their educational offers at the largest international educational fair “Study and Go Abroad” in Toronto. The Fair will be held on March 5th at the Toronto Metro Convention Centre between 1-5p.m.

    Look for “Ready, Study Go! Poland” booth where you will meet representatives from the University of Warsaw, Collegium Civitas, Wrocław Medical University, Poznań University of Medical Science,  Medical University of Białystok, Academy of Fine Arts in Wrocław,  Polish Naval Academy, and Medical University of Gdańsk. 

    There are over 60 000 foreign students, educational system with reputation of excellent in Europe, affordable cost and a great cultural life. There are many reasons why Poland is truly a country on the up.




    Poland’s tradition of academic education goes back to the 14th century, when Jagiellonian University was established.  It was the second University in Central Europe.  Over 650 years of experience in educating people, results with a profit not only for Poles but also for many countries all over the world. Poles and foreign students bring professionalism and the spirit of innovation in many areas of science.  Our doctors, engineers, IT specialists, artists and architects are highly appreciated and respected in the global job market. Not to mention Nobel Prizes Winners and famous scientists, artist and writers such as Nicolaus Copernicus, Bronisław Malinowski, Maria Skłodowska – Curie, Maria Siemionow, John Paul II, Czesław Miłosz, Wisława Szymborska, Krzysztof Penederecki and Andrzej Wajda and the list goes on.




    Poland as part of the European Union education system has a three stage education model. It means both Polish students and foreigners studying in Poland can continue their education elsewhere in the European Union.  Canadian students can expect a high quality of education and world recognized diplomas in many high profile areas of studies such as medicine, art, biotechnology, engineering, business and many more. – Poland’s education system is offering hundreds of studies including full programs in English. High standards have been described in many reports such as “The Learning Curve Persona” which places Poland in a leader position in Europe. For example University of Warsaw has over 20 programs in English, 40 languages courses, amazingly high standards, laboratories and outstanding libraries with over 6 million piece – says Anna Rabczuk adiunkt at the University of Warsaw and visiting professor at the University of Toronto.  Moreover Poland is a part of Erasmus International Exchange Program. Within the exchange program you can take part of your education in another country within the European Union. What’s a great experience! Don’t you think?


    High quality of Education


    The quality of education is monitored and evaluated by the Polish Accreditation Committee, the General Council for Science and Higher Education and the Conference of Rectors of the Academic Schools in Poland.  Hundreds of courses in English are ranked as an excellent, especially medicine. Poland prides itself with top class medical universities. Their popularity is confirmed by thousands of students from Canada, USA, Norway, Sweden, Saudi Arabia, Turkey and other countries.  - The experienced staff guarantees high level of theoretical and practical instruction provided in well-equipped lecture halls, seminar rooms and laboratories. Competitive tuition fee is also a major factor, as well as the fact that the final diploma is recognized worldwide.  What would also interest Canadian students is the fact that teaching is conformed with world-wide standards, in their mother tongue, with the most advanced equipment involved.  The University cooperates with many other medical schools, hospitals and clinics all over the world. This results in the possibilities of practical training and scientific exchange for the students - underlined Bartosz Pierwienis from Medical University in Białystok.


    Affordable Cost of Studying


    Compared to Canada, USA or other EU countries, prices of tuition fees in Poland are much lower. Poland is relatively a cheap place to live and study.  Prices depend greatly on the city but average cost is around 35-550 EUR.   


    Free Education for Foreigners with Polish Passport


    In Poland full-time education with state institutions of higher education is free for Polish citizens. It is also free for foreigners who commence studies in at state HEIs on terms applicable to Polish citizens.  All other foreigners are required to pay tuition fees which are half the amount compared to Canada and many places in the world.  Even if you weren’t born in Poland but at least one of your parents have a polish passport you can obtain your citizenship and get polish documents which will allow you to study for free in polish or taking courses in English at a great price.


    Great Culture and Entertainment


    Poland has a vibrant cultural life, stunning historical sites and access to the most beautiful European cities within a two-hour flight. Poland is well known in the world for its historical heritage and amazing student life. A number of festivals, concerts, cultural events attract thousands of tourists around the world.

    Furthermore Poland is situated in the heart of Europe is a great gateway to many beautiful European countries. Within few hours of flight you can transfer yourself to a romantic Paris or Antique Rome.



    As you see Poland checks off all the boxes.  So if you are Ready to Study? Go! Poland is waiting for you! It will be an amazing adventure. We promise.



    Natalia Labuz

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