Higher education system in Poland
The education system in Poland has been growing rapidly during the two last decades. At that time, the number of universities and colleges are increased and the conditions with quality of education were improved.
Polish language courses
Polish language courses offered by Wrocław universities for students intending to study in Wrocław. Universities offer yearly, semester or several-month courses, thanks to which every candidate from abroad will have the opportunity not only to learn Polish, but also to acquire and improve specialist knowledge and become acquainted with Polish culture and traditions
How to study free in Wrocław?
To study for free in Poland is an ideal opportunity for young people to get a quality education at no cost and to receive a European diploma which opens all doors to becoming and finding a well-paid job in Europe.
Scholarship programmes and academic exchange
Poland offers a whole range of scholarship programmes: from state-funded scholarship programmes to initiatives proposed by local institutions
Tuition fees in Wroclaw
It all depends on the university, course, language and mode of study. You can find detailed information on how university pricing works in this article
Study in English
Due to the influx of foreign students, Polish universities increasingly offer programmes in English.
It is obligatory for documents of previous education to be submitted to Polish universities to bear an apostille. Learn more about what an apostille is, why it is needed and the whole procedure of making such a stamp
If you are successful in the application process and qualify for studies, all documents must be translated by a Polish certified translator registered with the Ministry of Justice in Poland
All qualified candidates will receive an official document confirming this fact, which is the basis for applying for a visa.
To be able to benefit from free medical care, we recommend that you take out insurance in Poland. This can be done at the national health service - the National Health Fund.
If you are going to study in Wrocław, you may start wondering where it is better to live - in a dormitory or a rented flat. In this article, we'll help you dot all the i's and cross all the t's of your accommodation questions
PESEL and registration
PESEL is a personal identification number that contains basic information about you and gives you access to various online services, making it easier to complete your paperwork.
A bank account in a Polish bank is one of the important things for a student staying in Poland. Read this article to find out how to create such an account and in which bank it is best to do so
Work and study
Getting a job during your studies is a good opportunity not only to improve your financial position but also to gain invaluable experience, improve your language skills and make new contacts.
Job prospects after graduation
Obtaining a Polish degree not only gives you the opportunity to work in Poland and Europe without any permits, but also to apply for a highly paid job
Legalization of stay
Foreigners from outside the European Union studying in Poland may apply for a temporary residence permit.
Security in Wrocław
In 2020 Poland is considered one of the safest countries in terms of medical insurance, road safety, and the general safety risk index is very low.
The budget of a student in Wrocław is roughly 1000 - 2000 PLN per month. The most expensive will be the first month, when the student has to settle in the new place.
Organisations supporting foreigners
During your studies in Wrocław, you can benefit from various support from organizations working for foreigners living in Poland.