Our value lies in our ability to assist students who wish to study in Poland by helping them in their search for a place to study and degree programs designed to meet their needs. There are many institutions and programs to choose from but we help you narrow them down and choose the best option. We understand that each student comes from a different financial background and has a different academic skill-set, study interest and ambition. We do not believe in a one-size-fits-all approach so we thoroughly assess each student’s situation before making any recommendations. We have the resources and relationships with key university personnel that will help and put you on the right track to success.

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Study in poland FAQs

General questions

Unlike other European Union Countries, Poland offers relatively cheaper tuition fee. The cost of living in Poland is far lower than in Western or Northern Europe, which means that the total cost of a university education is significantly less in Poland than elsewhere in Europe.

International students have the right to work while studying in Poland as long as they are enrolled in an Institution.

  • Monthly student bus ticket: $10
  • Monthly accommodation: $85 - $150 depending on the city
  • Loaf of bread: $0.50
  • Take-away kebab: $1.50
  • Meal in an inexpensive restaurant: $3.80

They are world recognised. For example acquiring a degree in Poland is equivalent to acquiring a degree in Germany or any other European Country.

Choose a Polish University
Submit the following documents:
  1. Secondary school certificates or degree certificate & results slip.
  2. Copy of candidate’s passport.
  3. Certificate of the English language proficiency optional (unless the high schooling was in English).
  4. Passport photo. (Soft copy).

If the student is eligible, Study in Poland Africa may begin processing the student’s application. Application Procedure includes the following:
  • Payment of application fees.
  • Student’s medical forms to be filled.
  • Accommodation selection.
  • Filling of application forms.

Yes you can work after completing your studies. Your visa will be extended for about 7 months to a year so that you can look for a job.

Poland lies in a moderate zone with mixed continental and oceanic climate influences. The summertime can be really hot, though usually temperatures are around 20-25 °C. Winters can be really cold, with the chance of snow from November till March. During the autumn and spring the weather is often changeable – you are likely to enjoy moderately warm temperatures from April to June and from September to October, but it is also possible to see snow in April or people wearing short-sleeves in October.

The universities that we are in collaboration with use English as medium.

Citizens of states of the Consular zone of the Embassy of Poland (Republic of South Africa, Zimbabwe, Mozambique, Namibia, Botswana, Swaziland, Lesotho, and Zambia) apply for a visa at the Embassy of Poland located in Pretoria.

5 Ordinary level passes and a minimum of 2 A level passes.

You can study in Poland on fully funded or partially funded scholarships. Government of Poland and Universities in Poland offer scholarships to international students and local citizens every year.

Cheap prices start from USD 605 to about USD 800.