Poland is a land of opportunities, with rich history, culture and academic educational practices. It has one of the oldest university in the world and 2nd in the Central Europe “Jgiellonian University”, established by then King Casimir the Great in 1364 as “Cracow Academy”. Since that moment, Polish educational system has grown rapidly and today holds 4th place in entire Europe (after UK, Germany and France) in terms of number of people enrolled in higher education. It has almost 530 universities (public & private), offering more than 5000 courses taught in Polish and English or other foreign languages. Geographical location and membership of the European Union makes Poland one of the strongest countries in Europe. Poland being a full member of the EU- all students studying in Poland (including foreign students) have the right to be a part of Erasmus Exchange programs to benefit from many more careers. Thus, Poland is the only country in the world where you can get the best education at lowest expenses with better career perspectives.
European Degree - Poland being part of the European Union gives an opportunity to obtain a degree from Polish Universities, which are recognized in Poland, EU and World wide. It means you have the right to work and study in Poland or any other EU member states, and get academic experience either during your study or after. Even being a student in Poland you can be exchanged for one semester to another European country without any extra financial burdens under the Erasmus Exchange program.
Lowest tuition fee – You receive a well recognized degree at the lowest tuition fees, as most of these universities from Poland charge between euro 2000 - euro 6000. In comparison with the UK, USA and Australia, where minimum tuition fees are $15000- $25000 is much lower.
Low Living Cost for high standard – Poland being part of the European Union enjoys a high standard of living but still doesn't use the common currency as Euro. Poland uses its own currency Called “Złoty” (PLN) at an exchange rate 1 euro= 4.2 PLN, which minimizes the living cost 4 times lower than other EU member countries but at the same time similar standard of living. Expected cost to live in Poland is 250 euro/ every month including food and shared lodging.
Single window of Indo-European Education Foundation (IEEF) – IEEF has all partnership agreements with most of the Polish Universities. Thus, you can get admissions to any of our partner universities through a single window of IEEF for any selected courses or programs.
Full paid Internships – during study period students can get full paid scholarships and later full job offers in Poland or EU.