Low tuition Universities: Comprehensive List of Low Tuition Universities in Poland

polandSeveral international students now choose Poland as their study abroad country because of the superb quality of higher education in the country coupled with the low living cost. Tuition fees are also low and affordable for programs taught in English language. So if you cannot study in the US, UK and Australia due to the high tuition fees, now’s the time to think Poland. Polish universities offer lots of programs in English language in the fields of Engineering, Medicine, Humanities, Sciences etc. Today, I will be providing a comprehensive list of these low tuition universities in Poland. But before I do that, lets review the admissions requirements as well as the cost of living, available scholarships, work and study process and how to apply for admission.

Admission requirements

International applicants will be expected to meet the minimum admission requirements to gain admission into a top flight Polish university. For an undergraduate admission, a minimum of a high school or secondary school certificate with average/above average grades in key subjects will be crucial to getting admitted. Candidates who don’t speak English as a first language would need to prove their proficiency in the language by submitting a standardized test scores.

For a postgraduate program, applicants must have a minimum entry requirement of a bachelor’s degree with a good grade (minimum of second class for a master’s program). In addition, the applicant must provide a long side his application a strong motivation letter showing his core motivations, educational background and as achievements etc. Please contact the schools directly and find out find out specific entry requirements for your program as different programs have different entry requirements.

Cost of living

The cost of living in Poland is actually one of the lowest in the European continent. With just about €250 to €400, an interna student can take care of his living expenses like feeding, buying books, traveling around town, paying for accommodation etc. Please note that this amount is just an estimation and may vary depending on an international student’s spending spree.

Scholarships

Please note that there are a very limited number of scholarships available for international students desiring to study in Poland. They include the following; ERASMUS, Scholarships within bilateral agreement, Visegrad scholarship program, Fulbright program, scholarships for students from developing countries etc

Work and study

International students in Poland are permitted to work and study at the same time. That said, non-EU/EEA students who live in Poland with a visa can apply for a work permit, which is granted only if no EU citizen can fill the position. Some forms of work (summer jobs, obligatory internship) do not require a permit as long as you are a full-time student. Full-time students who possess a temporary residence permit EU/EEA citizens and holders of the Card of the Pole do not need a work permit at all.

How to apply for admission

Nearly all higher institutions in Poland accept online application. Before you begin your application, ensure that you’ve visited the school’s webpage and checked the program requirements, deadlines etc. Once you’ve submitted your application, the admission office will go through it and will issue you an invitation letter if you meet the minimum entry requirement.

List of low tuition universities in Poland with fees ranging from €2000 to €4000 per year

Please find below a comprehensive list of low tuition universities in Poland;

  • Academy of Economics in Cracow
  • Academy of Economics in Katowice
  • Academy of Humanities and Economics in Lodz
  • Adam Mickiewicz University of Poznan
  • Agricultural University Of Cracow
  • American Academy of English
  • Catholic University of Lublin
  • College of Science, Warsaw
  • European Academy of Arts
  • Fine Arts Academy in Gdansk
  • Gdansk Medical Academy
  • Gdansk Technical Academy
  • Jagiellonian University, Cracow
  • Katowice School of Economics
  • Kozminski University
  • Lodz Technical University
  • Medical Academy in Gdansk
  • Medical Academy in Lodz
  • Medical Academy in Wroclaw
  • Music Academy Cracow
  • Polish Open University in Warsaw
  • Polish-Japanese Institute of Information Technology
  • Poznan School of Banking
  • School of Banking and Management in Cracow
  • Silesian Academy of Medicine in Katowice
  • Silesian Technical University of Gilwice
  • Technical University of Cracow
  • Technical University of Lodz
  • Technical University of Lublin
  • Technical University of Poznan
  • Technical University of Warsaw
  • University of Gdansk
  • University of Management and Marketing
  • University of Opole
  • University of Silesia
  • University of Warsaw
  • University of Wroclaw
  • Warsaw university of Technology
  • Wroclaw Technical University

 

 

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6 comments

  1. the cost of living you wrote in the information above (250 – 400 euros), is it weekly or monthly?

    which type of jobs may be available for international students from Africa?

    is it a friendly (accommodating) society for black Africans to live in?

    is there chance for stay and work after studies?

  2. HI,PLEASE AMONG ALL THESE SCHOOLS LISTED,CAN ANYONE HELP ME PICKED OUT THE ONES THAT OFFERS ANY SPORT COURSE/PROGRAMS,THANKS.

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