It plays the role of cultural and geographic cross-point between Northern Europe and East and West Europe. With thousands of years of state history, Poland is now the largest and most populous European Union country in Eastern Europe.

Every year more and more foreign students choose Poland for education outside the country. The reasons for choosing Poland as the education area of these students are different. These reasons, along with the desire to study at world-class universities such as Jagiellonian and Warsaw, include the right to education and low living expenses.

Poland has a 650-year high education tradition. In 1364, Jagiellonian University, the 2nd University of Central Europe, began its activities in Cracow, Poland. More than 400 Polish and English programs are being taught here. Jagiellonian University is one of the world's top rated universities. Warsaw University, another rated university in Poland, has the Top Coder in the list of the best precious IT universities in the world. Over the last 10 years, Polish higher education institutions have grown 4 times and are attracting foreign students to this flourishing academic environment. In most Polish universities, English is available for various programs in medicine, engineering, humanities and social sciences. Some private universities are organizing visual weekend programs so that students can work on weekdays and get a chance to study at weekends. In Poland, the tuition fee for the majority of bachelor and master degrees in English ranges from 1200 to 3500 Euros. The tuition fee for medical specialty is 10,000 Euros.

The sharp distinction of tuition fees and living expenses from Western and Northern Europe, the availability of job opportunities in Poland, has become a good example of one of the best education centers for foreign students in Poland.

Country allows foreign students to work officially at least 20 hours per week. In the case of graduation, it gives a chance to the alumni for staying one year in the country and finding a job. The monthly cost of a student is EUR 350-400 and he/she can be afforded with official work permission. Also, during the holidays, students have the opportunity to work full-time.

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