Why Study Poland?

Poland is the seventh most populous country in Europe, with a new and vibrant society. Around 70000 international students from 167 countries come to Poland to pursue higher education, especially in medicine. Polish scholarly history goes back to the 14th century, and the country is home to some of Europe’s oldest universities. The Polish State Accreditation Committee ensures that education facilities are of high quality, allowing Poland to be an integral part of European education and excellence.

One of the reasons Poland has become a popular tourist destination is that it is a member of the Schengen region, adheres to the Bologna Declaration, and participates strongly in the student exchange program. There are approximately 500 Polish universities that offer courses in medicine, engineering, humanities, commerce, banking, and other fields. Almost every course is delivered in English.

Document Checklist For Study Poland

  • Copies of diplomas received from a tertiary institution or university (scanned).
  • Graduate Program English Language Requirement (optional).
  • An official transcript of all university-level courses taken in the previous university.
  • by 5(cm) passport-size photographs (two). Documentation of scores received for English and academic proficiency exams/tests. (if available), Photocopy of the student’s international travel passport.
  • Copy of birth certificate.
  • Academic transcripts for masters & Ph.D. students
  • Receipt of tuition payment.
  • Polish / English language knowledge certificate (if any).
  • A letter of Acceptance issued by the tertiary education institution.
  • Curriculum vitae which must include your name, phone contact details, educational backgrounds, level of professional experience (if any), academic honors, awards and research publications (if any), leisure activities or hobbies, also references should be included.
  • College or school leaving certificate.
  • A signed letter of recommendation from two or more reputable people.
  • Financial stability evidence.
  • Ph.D. program master thesis.
  • Medical examination report which includes TB, X-Ray, and Hepatitis B, etc. Also, international students are required to tender a medical examination certificate or report of fitness to the tertiary education institution of interest.
  • A brief note which includes the students’ goals and interests based on research or academic career.
  • A research project proposal will be done during the doctorate/Ph.D. studies.

Application Procedures

Entry Requirements: For the pre-Masters courses, typical entry requirements are at least 3 years of higher education and UKVI IELTS 5.5 (minimum of 5.0 in all skills).

If you do not meet the English language entry level but have at least UKVI IELTS 4.5 (minimum 4.0 in all skills) you can do a course that includes extended English and skills (EES).


Students may be able to start in spring (January – April), summer (May-August), or autumn (September – November).