Why Poland

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Poland provides very high standards of education, so if you are considering study abroad options, our country has a lot to offer. Modern teaching programs and numerous areas of academic research attract students from all over the world. At Collegium Civitas international students come from almost 70 countries of the world.

The Polish educational system provides high quality services. Many Polish teachers and scientists gained international experience working at academic institutions all over the world, and have built reputations as exceptionally educated, creative and effective professionals. Now Polish and international students can learn from our highly skilled and renowned faculty. Tuition fees at Polish universities are lower than in most European countries, and the cost of living is considerably lower.

The current global economic downturn has not affected Poland as much as other European countries. Poland has been considered one of the most economically stable and fastest growing countries in the world. “In the era of COVID-19 an economic setback is inevitable, but in the long run economists expect Poland to come out relatively unscathed. According to preliminary data from the Polish Statistical Office, the GDP decline was only -2,8% in 2020, lower than the European Commission estimates of -4.6%. That will make Poland’s recession the smallest among the EU countries. Over the last three decades, Poland’s GDP has grown faster than any other in Europe” (source: Polish Investment & Trade Agency).

Why study in Poland?

  • Centre of Europe – hub connecting East & West
  • Here your fascinating adventure of discovering Europe begins
  • Warsaw is the country’s political, economic and scientific hotspot
  • High quality of education
  • Affordable prices – Warsaw is one of the most affordable European student cities (QS Best Student Cities index)
  • Fast growing economy
  • Safety! Poland is one of the safest countries in the world (in terms of criminality and terrorism)
  • Career opportunities & networking
  • Rich culture & history
  • Diverse, beautiful country
  • Delicious food 🙂
  • Last but not least: people! Polish hospitality is world famous 🙂

And, take a look at the short film “Explore Poland” – the video was made by the Education Foundation of the Polish Community Abroad:

If you would like to learn more, we have collected some useful links:

  • Why should I study in Warsaw, Poland


  • 5 main reasons to study in Poland


  • 8 Reasons To Study In Poland


  • How safe is Warsaw


  • How safe is Poland


  • Poland’s economy


  • National Agency for Educational Exchange (NAWA)



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