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EUROSTUDENT International Education Company is an official representative and a partner of Polish universities. We also have many international partners around the world. Our experience and reputation helps our clients get a quality and perspective education in Poland.

Our mission – Cooperating people

What is important to us?

Our priorities are: professionalism, people and the highest quality of cooperation.

The main purpose of the Program is the development of international education, the formation of modern high-quality information and applied services for applicants and schoolchildren from all over the world. Eurostudent was established in 2010, the head office is located in Warsaw.

We will help you choose the right university that will best meet the knowledge, expectations and financial capabilities of the Candidate. Eurostudent is also obliged to provide timely and high-quality services in preparation for the admission of a client to university studies in the territory of the Republic of Poland.

This is what our company, Polish universities and our students look like


  • Is Poland good for international students?

    As a top international student destination, Poland provides an enriching cultural experience to incoming students worldwide. Most of those studying in Poland have only good things to say about the historical landmarks, beautiful landscapes, city life and the great variety of social activities.

  • Do I need to know Polish?

    You do not have to know Polish in order to study in Poland. A good knowledge of English gives you an opportunity to study at the majority of Polish Universities. A few basic phrases in Polish though will make your stay more enjoyable in the country.
    If you are interested in studying in English in Poland then we are prepared to help you and provide you with personal advising about study choices.

  • Do I need English language certificates (IELTS, TOEFL, etc.)?

    In Poland, on the contrary of other countries, an IELTS or a TOEFL certification is not mandatory (but it depends on which university you choose). However, proof of English knowledge is needed.

  • Can I study in English in Poland?

    Higher education in Poland has a history dating back nearly 800 years, and the country is home to over 400 institutions - many of which now also offer study programmes in English.

  • What is the difference between a public university and a private one?

    Comparing the quality of education of an unpopular public university and a highly rated private university, the degree obtained and the knowledge of the latter can be much better. Many private universities employ teachers from prestigious public universities. The quality of education at a Polish university determines its ranking among all Polish universities. The main difference between a public and a private university is a lower tuition fee, in public universities from 1500 EUR, and private universities from 550 EUR.

  • How much does it cost to study in Poland for international students?

    The price depends on several factors:

    ∙the type of university chosen: public or private;
    ∙language taught: Polish or English;
    ∙faculties and specialties;
    ∙forms of studies: full-time, part-time, online.

    According to Polish law, the cost of studying at state universities in Poland for foreigners must be at least 2,000 EUR per year. However, each university has the right to set its own tuition fees.

  • How long do you need to study in Polish universities?

    1 degree-Bachelor's degree – 3 years (6 semesters).
    2 degree-Master's degree – 1.5 -2 years (3-4 semesters)

  • Can I start my studies in the summer semester?

    Yes, there is such a possibility in Poland. You can start studying twice a year - universities conduct 2 recruitment campaigns - winter and summer.

    Winter recruitment starts around May and ends in August-September. The winter semester starts in October and ends in mid-February, with a break of about ten days for the Christmas holidays. The examination session usually takes two or three weeks, beginning in January.

    Summer recruitment runs from January to the end of February. The summer semester starts in mid-February and ends in June, with a one-week break for Easter. Summer holidays last for three months from the beginning of July to the end of September, but only for those students who passed all exams within the summer examination session (two-three weeks in June). Those who failed take the exams again in September.

  • If I have already received a bachelor's degree in my country, can I get a second degree in Poland?

    Yes, it is possible. If you already have a bachelor's degree, you are eligible to receive a master's degree from a Polish university. You also have the option to choose a different major, even if it is different from a bachelor's degree.

  • Is life in Poland expensive?

    Poland is an affordable European country with a pretty stable economy. Living costs for international students vary between 350 – 550 EUR/month. You can adjust your budget depending on the city or area you wish to study in. Larger cities such as Krakow or Warsaw require between 500 – 850 EUR/month.