Top Universities Of Poland

Having around 400 HEIs, an international student gets a lot of options to choose from. All having different yet interesting infrastructure, the universities are top-notch and promising of top-quality education.

The emphasis of Polish universities and colleges is to impart practical knowledge while making the theoretical approach equally important. The grading system of the education institutes is based on the European Credit Transfer System.

Following the Bologna process, the education system of Poland is patterned on a three-tier system, bachelors, masters and doctoral. With the help of this, the EU students as well as the international students can study remotely anywhere in the entire Europe.

The higher education Polish grading system is based on a 5-scale as follows:
      5: Very Good (bardzo dobry)
      4+: Better than good (dobry)
      4: Good (dobry)
      3+: Better than satisfactory (Dostateczny)
      3: Satisfactory (Dostateczny)
      2: Unsatisfactory/Fail (Niedostateczny)

The 10 best universities of poland are listed below:
      ● Jagiellonian University
      ● University of Warsaw
      ● AGH University of Science & Technology
      ● Medical University of Warsaw
      ● Gdansk University of Technology
      ● Warsaw University of Life Sciences
      ● Wroclaw Medical University
      ● Adam Mickiewicz University Poznan
      ● Warsaw University of Technology
      ● Wroclaw University of Science and Technology

15+ of the universities of Poland rank amongst the top 500 QS World University Rankings. Poland dignites itself on the prominent baccalaureates, the first ever female to win a Nobel Prize, Marie Curie, the famous astronomer Nicolaus Copernicus, John Paul II, and Bronisław Malinowski.

Following are some universities having extremely low tuition fees.
      ● Poznan University of Life Sciences
      ● University of Agriculture in Krakow
      ● University of Opole

Required documentation for University application:
      ● A scan of your diploma (high school or Bachelor’s degree)
      ● A transcript/record of your previous courses
      ● A scan of your passport and/or birth certificate
      ● Your CV
      ● Testing scores
      ● Evidence of scholarship or funding
      ● Letters of recommendation (2 or 3)
      ● Portfolio and/or writing samples

Of all the courses there are a few ones that will never go out of fashion and will always have a good career scope. A comprehensive list is given below:
      ● Information Technology degrees in Poland
      ● Business degrees in Poland
      ● Social Science degrees in Poland
      ● Law degrees in Poland
      ● Engineering degrees in Poland