Low Tuition Universities in Poland with Tuition Fees

List of low tuition universities in Poland, Tuition fees, cost of living, admission requirements and how to apply are what we are going to discuss now. Unlike recent years when education was not worth mentioning in Poland due to high tuition fees, cost of living and most importantly, lack of English as language of instruction. But now, almost all students want to study in Poland. 

Tuition fees and cost of living in Poland are very cheap and affordable. Also, there are numerous courses that are taught in English.  Education in Poland cost much less than most other European countries and cost of living is lower as well. Poland is situated in the center of Europe and courses like Engineering, Medicine, Humanities, and Sciences etc. are operating at the International standard.

Admission requirements

Undergraduate program; as an international student aspiring to study in Poland, you must satisfy the minimum entry requirement to gain admission into a Polish university. For an undergraduate study, a minimum of a high/secondary school result bolstered with good grades is usually needed. International students whose first language is not English may need to prove their proficiency in the language.

Postgraduate program; If you want to study at the postgraduate level, you must have a minimum of a bachelor’s degree with a lovely grade (minimum of second class for a master’s program is still good). Also, you must provide a strong motivation letter stating how serious you will face your academics, motivations, educational background, achievements etc. Endeavor to visit your school of choice’s webpage for deeper information on this.

 

Cost of living

Cost of living in Poland is one of the lowest in Europe. There are many different options for getting a student’s accommodation in Poland. They vary depending on the city and higher education institution you choose. Many Polish HEIs have their own dormitories, which are usually the cheapest options available. However, most Polish students prefer to rent a room in a private apartment. 

An average costs of student living range from EUR 350 up to EUR 550. With this amount, a student can take care of his living expenses like feeding, buying books, traveling around town, paying for accommodation etc. This is just an estimated amount as a student may spend more or less.

Scholarships in Poland – University Scholarships

The Government of Poland furnishes international students with scholarships to help cut their expenses while on study. The scholarships include the following; ERASMUS, Scholarships within bilateral agreement, Vise grad scholarship program, Fulbright program, scholarships for students from developing countries etc.

 

Work and study

As an International student, you are allowed to combine work and study. Non-EU/EEA students, who stay in Poland with a visa generally, will need to apply for a work permit which is granted only if no EU citizen can fill the position. Some forms of work (summer jobs, obligatory internship) do not require a permit as long as you are a full-time student. Full-time students who possess a temporary residence permit, EU/EEA citizens and holders of the Card of the Pole do not need a work permit at all.

How to apply for admission

Visit the webpage of the school you want to study in for proper guidelines on how to apply. Also, you can stay in your home country and apply since all the universities in Poland accept online applications.

Climatic condition

Poland has a moderate climate with both maritime and continental elements. The weather changes erratically thus rendering it unpredictable. You can count on many sunny days and many rainy days and don’t be surprised when the summer turns out to be quite hot or quite rainy. Winters are usually cold, with temperatures well below freezing, and more or less snowy. If you come from a warmer climate, make sure you have proper clothing.

Universities and Colleges in Poland

There are more than 500 universities in Poland, most within the private sector. The country prides itself on its many notable university alumni, including the first ever woman to win a Nobel Prize, Marie Curie, and the famous astronomer Nicolaus Copernicus.

List of cheap tuition universities in Poland with fees ranging from €2000 to €4000 per year

Academy of Economics in Cracow

Academy of Economics in Katowice

Academy of Humanities and Economics in Lodz

Adam Mickiewicz University of Poznan

Agricultural University Of Cracow

American Academy of English

Catholic University of Lublin

College of Science, Warsaw

European Academy of Arts

Fine Arts Academy in Gdansk

Gdansk Medical Academy

Gdansk Technical Academy

Jagiellonian University, Cracow

Katowice School of Economics

Kozminski University

Lodz Technical University

Medical Academy in Gdansk

Medical Academy in Lodz

Medical Academy in Wroclaw

Music Academy Cracow

Polish Open University in Warsaw

Polish-Japanese Institute of Information Technology

Poznan School of Banking

School of Banking and Management in Cracow

Silesian Academy of Medicine in Katowice

Silesian Technical University of Gliwice

Technical University of Cracow

Technical University of Lodz

Technical University of Lublin

Technical University of Poznan

Technical University of Warsaw

University of Gdansk

University of Management and Marketing

University of Opole

University of Silesia

University of Warsaw

University of Wroclaw

Warsaw university of Technology

Wroclaw Technical University. 

 

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4 comments

  1. Hello Mr/Madam,
    Really I am interesting in study in Poland.
    Please give me more info about the cheapest university in Poland.
    I’d study in English in Master
    thanks a lot
    Abbos.

  2. i want to come and study at one of your universities in poland .please give me your adress

  3. I’m Fozia shabana from Pakistan.
    I’m looking for master in public health in any European Union country.
    Please help me to get admission for January 2018 intake.
    Waiting for positive response, thanks .

  4. Dear Sir /Madam.
    This is Eusuf from Bangladesh. Is it possible to apply if I have long time study gap or acceptable? I would like to study in Language course. Please let me know the details with cost.

    Best regards
    Eusuf Ali

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