Study in Poland, Europe at very low price without IELTS
Poland is a fascinating, culturally rich and, above all, modern country that boasts an extraordinary history, tradition and heritage – but also education standards equal to any in Europe. Located at the geographical and cultural frontier of Eastern and Western Europe, Poland is the largest of the former East European states and with 38.6 million inhabitants, is the sixth most populous member of the European Union (with Germany its biggest trading partner). It is probably best known for its medieval architecture, World War II history, Jewish heritage, massive Diaspora – and hearty cuisine. But it is quickly acquiring a reputation as a highly attractive international student destination. The dramatically lower cost of living here compared to other EU states is among its key draws.
IELTS Not Required:
Each candidate need to attend interview through Skype communicator with University admission officer. The final acceptance decision belongs to University authorities.
Living in Poland:
Depending on your personal situation, lifestyle and habits you may have different needs. In practice, you will need at least 1200-2500 PLN per month in order to cover the cost of decent accommodation, pay for the local transport, and even go out occasionally. This amount should cover the costs of rent, food, clothing, personal hygiene, local transport, study materials, telephone and other expenses – not the tuition fee however.
Key points for Poland ?
1. Easy admission procedure
2. Offer letter within 3 to 4 days
3. No ielts required
4. Course fees varies from 1600 to 2400 euros per semester
5. 1 day balance acceptable
6. Wide range of programmes for bachelors , masters and diploma
~ The capital of Poland is Warsaw
~ The longest river is is the 1047 kilometer-long Wisła (Vistula)
~ Member of UE, part of Schengen Agreement
~ Bordered by Germany to the west; the Czech Republic and Slovakia to the south; Ukraine, Belarus to the east; and the Baltic Sea, Kaliningrad Oblast (part of Russia) and Lithuania to the north.