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Poland: best universities to apply

A feature of studying in Poland is that universities offer applicants the opportunity to study in both Polish and English. In 2021. There are a lot of Polish universities that offer English-language education programs to study, no matter public or private.

Warsaw University

State University was founded in 1816, is the largest and one of the best higher education institutions in Poland. Uniwersytet Warszawski is number 1 among state universities in Poland, according to the rating from Perspektywy.

The University employs more than 6,000 people (including more than 3,100 teachers), and almost 56,000 students study. Besides, more than 9,200 people are in postgraduate and postgraduate education.

The University of Warsaw has 37 faculties and more than 100 specialties and specializations in the field of natural science, humanities, and exact sciences.

Warsaw University has been at the top of the country’s most important rankings for many years. Getting the title of one of the best Polish universities is not an easy task. However, keeping it is even more difficult. Fame and prestige cost little if they are not the result of a high level of training. From this point of view, caring for the high quality of education is the University’s priority.

Almost 56,000 students study at the University, and more than 3,100 teachers supervise this process. The university has 37 faculties and more than 100 specialties and specializations. Taking into account a large number of study programs, the most important task for the University is to control how classes are conducted and maintain a high level of education.

General language requirements:

When joining the University of Warsaw, depending on the chosen faculty, an additional requirement may be passing an exam or interview on the relevant topic.

Also, additional documents may be required:

  • covering letter;
  • a written recommendation from a teacher from a previous university, preferably with the title of professor, upon admission to the Master’s program
  • proper level (B2) of written and oral proficiency in Polish or English (international language certificates are accepted: CAE, CPE, TOEFL (over 500 points), IELTS (over 6 points), or other certificates recognized by the Ministry of Science and Higher Education of Poland).

The University of Warsaw, as a state higher education institution, provides Free education for foreign students, provided:

  • the presence of a Pole Card (Polish roots) or a Residence Card (permanent residence in Poland)
  • availability of a Certificate confirming knowledge of the Polish language at the C1 level, after passing the state testing

Tuition fees 

Registration fee: 80 PLN

Entrance fee: 200 € (paid with the first year of study)

Duration of training:

  • 3 years (6 semesters) – Bachelor’s degree
  • 2 years (4 semesters) – Master

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Wroclaw State University in Wroclaw 

One of the oldest universities in Central and Eastern Europe with a rich history and traditions of over 300 years. The University of Wroclaw has presented the world with 9 Nobel laureates in the fields of physics, literature, chemistry, and medicine.

The University of Wroclaw offers education in 12 faculties and more than 70 specialties and directions. The university is constantly developing and opening up new areas of study.

One of the new initiatives of the University is to increase the number of bachelor’s, master’s, doctoral programs in English for both Polish and foreign students.

Thanks to the signed conditions from more than 240 universities in the world, students and scientists of the university have the opportunity to participate in international exchange programs.


Tuition fees 

University entrance fee – 200 €

Free training in the presence of a Pole’s Card, a Card for a stay, a Certificate at the level of C1 language proficiency issued by the State Certification Commission

Conditions of admission – knowledge of the Polish language at the B1 level, confirmed by the Certificate.

Duration of training

Study period – 3 years (6 semesters)

The Adam Mickiewicz University

The University is located in Poznan is a state university that has been among the best Polish universities for many years. The history of the University is more than 400 years old, rooted in the heritage of the Academy, founded in 1519 by Bishop Jan Lubransky.

The university in its current, modern form in 2019 will celebrate the centenary of its founding. The main areas of study at the university are humanities, social sciences, natural sciences, as well as arts-related sciences.


Tuition fees

Registration fee: 85 zł

Tuition fee: 3,000 zł per semester

Duration of training:

3 years (6 semesters) – Bachelor’s degree

2 years (4 semesters) – Master

Admission of documents to the university only from adult applicants

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