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About Poland


Students considering Poland as their study destination are 100% on the right track! Poland is a Central European country that has a lot to offer to students looking for high-quality education, an exciting experience, and a wonderful place to live. Poland is an incredible country with a diverse and rich educational history. Studying in Poland is a great chance to obtain a high-quality European Degree recognized all around the world at an affordable cost.



The population is over 38 million and is the fifth-most populous member state of the European Union.
Territory 312,696 km2.
Capital City is Warsaw.
The state language is Polish but English is also widely spoken.



Poland will please students with warm summers, with a mean temperature of around 20 °C (68.0 °F) in July, and moderately cold winters averaging -1 °C (30.2 °F) in December. The climate of Poland is temperate transitional and varies from oceanic in the northwest to continental in the southeast. 

Students have a wonderful opportunity to see the warmest and sunniest part of Poland which is Lower Silesia in the southwest and the coldest region is the northeast corner, around Suwałki in Podlaskie province, where the climate is affected by cold fronts from Scandinavia and Siberia.



Students are often captivated by a fantastic city break crammed with charming districts, modern city centers, and bustling streets. 

Poland is home to numerous attractions and landmarks that are sure to delight visitors from all over the world. From the Tatra Mountains to the wild Baltic Sea, Poland is filled with energetic cities known for their splendid heritage, mouthwatering cuisine, and impressive architecture. A getaway to Poland will keep everyone happy — from beach-goers and hiking fans to city break lovers. The country’s secret lies in the evident diversity between its cities, each of which is waiting to tell a unique story. 



Students will always remember the beauty of this country!

Poland (the Republic of Poland) is in Central Europe. Poland is bordered by Belarus and Ukraine to the east; Lithuania and Russia to the northeast; Slovakia and the Czech Republic to the south; Germany to the west. The Republic of Poland shares maritime boundaries with Denmark and Sweden. In the south territory, Poland stretches the Sudeten and the Carpathian Mountains.

Poland has a variety of striking landscapes, from the sandy beaches of the Baltic Sea coast in the north and the rolling central lowlands to the snowcapped peaks of the Carpathian and Sudeten Mountains in the south. Poland has more than 1,300 lakes throughout the country.



If Polish cuisine were to be described in just one word, “heartfelt” would perhaps be the most fitting choice. The best way to sample Polish food is to visit the country, of course, and try its many restaurants, cafes, milk bars, and street food stands.

Polish cuisine is rich in meat, especially pork and chicken, in addition to a wide range of vegetables, spices, mushrooms, and herbs. It is also characteristic in its use of various kinds of noodles as well as cereals and grains.

Among the well-known Polish national dishes are bigos, pierogi, kiełbasa, pork loin kotlet schabowy breaded cutlet, gołąbki cabbage roll and many other remarkable foods.



Poland is considered a very safe and friendly country to study and live in. According to the statistics, it is one of the safest countries in the European Union. Polish citizens are very well known for their hospitality. Poland lands in the top 20 of the safest countries in the world. For such ranking, important factors taken into account include personal safety, stability of the country, earning potential, quality of life, education, healthcare, the safety of transport, digital security, and more. The statistical data is comforting, which gives little idea of the actual life in these countries.



Poland is a fast-growing European country, open to students from various cultures and backgrounds. It is a perfect place for young international students to spend several years of their life. You will find something interesting for sure: from numerous pubs and bars to international music festivals and exhibitions. One of the best advantages of this country for an international student is the cost of living. 

Poland is also a country with a rich and interesting history: it’s worth visiting some of the most interesting museums like the National Museum (Muzeum Narodowe) or the Warsaw Rising Museum of 1944 and various Polish cities like Kraków, Gdańsk, Toruń, Malbork. Those who prefer a more active lifestyle will discover a vibrant nightlife with its clubs, restaurants, and bars. Parties are organized every day during the week, especially in the student town.



The national sport of Poland is football. It is in the heart of all Polish people, and it is definitely the sport’s emblem of the country. It is the most popular sport, and there are clubs and teams all around Poland. Football is played by millions of Poles, and it has been around since the end of the 19th century. Also, ski jumping is extremely popular in Poland. And volleyball. The 2014 Volleyball World Championship was hosted in Poland, and the national team won the gold medal that year.


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