Learn about Poland and its history
Why Poland ?
Poland is a fascinating country that serves as the geographical and cultural crossroads of Eastern and Western Europe . Located at the center of the Northern European plain, Poland has been a nation of survivors since the foundation of the first Polish state more than 1000 years ago. Through its turbulent history its people have managed to maintain their identity, and today, the country enjoys a crucial position as the largest of the former Eastern European states and the most populous new member of the European Union.
General information about Poland GEOGRAPHY
Poland is located in the very centre of Europe . With the total area of 312,679 km (120,728 sq mi) its the seventh biggest country on the continent. Polish population is over 38,5 million people. The capital city is Warsaw (around 2 million inhabitants). Poland borders 7 countries: Germany on the west, Czech Republic and Slovakia on the south, Ukraine , Belarus and Lithuania on the east, and Russia on the north. Most of the country is located on lowlands. On the south there are upland areas with two major mountain chains ? the Carpathians (Karpaty) and the Sudetes (Sudety). The Baltic sea coastline on the north measures 770 km . The longest river, Vistula (Wisla) is 1,047 km ( 678 miles ) long. The highest point of Poland is the peak of Rysy , 2,499 metres (8, 199 ft ) in elevation. The lowest point in Poland is at 2 metres ( 7 ft ) below sea level, located in the Vistula Delta. The climate is moderate. The average summer temperature ranges from 20 C ( 68 F ) to 30 C ( 86 F ). Winters are cold ? the average ranges from 3 C ( 37,4 F ) in the northwest to -8 C ( 17,6 F ) in the northeast.
Poland in short
Official name: Republic of Poland /Rzeczpospolita Polska (short form: Poland/ Polska) Independence: 11 November 1918 (republic proclaimed) Government type: republic Location: Central Europe Border countries: Belarus 416 km , Czech Republic 790 km , Germany 467 km , Lithuania 103 km , Russia (Kaliningrad Oblast) 210 km , Slovakia 541 km , Ukraine 529 km Language: Polish Capital city: Warsaw
Living and Working in Poland
In Polish cities it's easy for a student to find a part-time job. The wages increase systematically, so many Polish students choose paid studies and start working. Although the permission to work in Poland depends on your country of origin. EU/EEA citizens Citizens of European Union and EEA countries ( Switzerland , Iceland , Norway and Liechtenstein ) are eligible to work in Poland without a work permit.
Tuition Fee Packages:
The tuition fee payment is possible in installments.
|Offer / Acceptance letter||600Eur|
|Tuition fee Polish Language course. Duration One year||2500Eur|
|Tuition fee Bachelor. Duration: Three years||3200Eur|
|Tuition fee Master. Duration One year||3800Eur|
|Living expenses and food a month||100Eur|