The series of virtual "Study in Poland" education fairs starts on 17th of March. They will be addressed to the young people in countries from where 70 per cent of all international students in Poland come from. The fairs will offer a unique opportunity to prospective students in these countries to talk directly to the representatives of 40 Polish universities, and to visit their virtual booths.
March 17 – we will be addressing students in Georgia and Armenia. Every year more students from these countries come to Poland.
March 24 - we invite students from Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, and Azerbaijan. The number of students from these countries has increased significantly in recent years.
April 14 – will be the day to meet students in Ukraine and Belarus. Most international students in Poland come from these two countries.
May 14 – will be for the candidates from India. Students from India rank third on the list of foreigners studying in Poland.
Learn more and register here: www.edufair.studyinpoland.pl
We look forward to see you!
Study in Poland team
I have been studying at the Opole University of Technology for 5 months and I can’t describe my experience with words. The university is a great place to study, the dorms are comfy and I met hundreds of people from all over the world. I visited a lot of Polish cities. I highly recommend visiting Poland and Opole for Erasmus+ studies. I am looking forward to visiting Opole again
I’ve chosen Gdansk University because I didn’t want to go where everyone went, to the capital, to Krakow or Poznan. Besides, Gdansk University is very modern. Before taking up the decision, I visited several cities and finally found myself in Tricity on May holidays. I fell in love with Gdansk at first sight, especially in the sea, and decided that I had to get back there.
Fabiana Ambroa Ibarruri
I compared the study programs in the field of International Law at various universities. I had a choice to study in Sweden or in the Netherlands but I decided to enroll at Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań, Poland. AMU convinced me with comprehensive academic offer and advanced research opportunities. Before departure I was not quite sure whether I find my way around in a foreign country.
Gdańsk University of Technology gives practical experience and engineer design program knowledge which a new graduate engineer always needs when starts career. Moreover, GUT provides you a chance to gain much more experience in the Europe with Erasmus+ Programme. Gdańsk is a city that you will never forget, you can take historical trips and have great time at the sandy beach.
Well, mainly due to academic reasons – First, I was attracted by the research in few-body physics, experimentally (group of prof St. Kistryn) & theoretically (group of prof H. Witala), at Jagiellonian University. Second, in childhood I used to read/hear stories about Copernicus who also studied at JU. Moreover, I found Krakow as one of the most beautiful city in Europe. . So I applied for PhD in MPD project (Foundation for Polish Science) coordinated by prof Pawel Moskal and I was selected through competition.
I am from Minsk and I study IT at Lodz University of Technology. I have nothing but positive things to say about my university. My time here has been enjoyable and worthwhile. I've met the most amazing people not just across the country, but from around the world.The administration is always helpful and my experience with the staff has been great. They are willing to help you achieve whatever you want! I've never run into any type of trouble.
I came to Poland for master degree studies and fortunately I got admission to Poznan University of Technology. Being a telecommunication engineer I've chosen ICT (Information and Communication Technologies) program, where all courses are conducted in English. Now I am finishing the studies and preparing for diploma exam. I can definietly recommend Poznan University of Technology for everybody who wants to get quality technical education.
Studying at the University of Lodz is an opportunity to meet people representing a variety of cultures from all over the world. The University of Lodz gives me a chance to get education on a high quality level with low costs of studying. The city of Lodz is a typical “academic city” where I found great living environment. You can't get bored here of feel lonely especially at the weekends when many different events take place in the city, during which people can get to know each other better.
I am a second-year student. I study tourism and recreation at the Warsaw University of Life Sciences - SGGW. I have Polish roots, which is why I decided to study in the country of my ancestors. I had been thinking about the university that I wanted to chose for some time and decided that WULS-SGGW would be the best option. I have heard many positive opinions about it from friends. After graduation, one is prepared to start working and to take up further challenges. Studying at WULS-SGGW is a mere pleasure.
Before I chose the Wrocław University of Technology I already knew about the great hospitality that Polish people could give you, but when I just arrived at WrUT I have found the greatest atmosphere I could have ever found. Every subject has a theoretical and practical classes is possible to increase your knowledge and your experience as well. Merging this great atmosphere with helpfull teachers and great classmates gave me the perfect place to study and achieve good results in my studies.