Poland is a Central European state lying between the Baltic Sea in the north and mountain ranges – the Sudetes and the Carpathians in the south, comparable in terms of area to Italy or Germany. The population of Poland is estimated at about 39 million.

Poland’s economy is one of the most dynamically developing economies in Europe and in the world. In recent years, Poland has been ranked second in the EU in terms of GDP growth rate. Since 2008, Polish GDP has increased by 19% and is an exception in the EU. Yet, Poland is constantly and dynamically developing. The Polish higher education system is also developing and Poland ranks 4th in Europe after Great Britain, Germany and France in terms of the number of people enrolled at universities. Compared to other EU countries, tuition and living expenses in Poland are very competitive.

Warsaw is the largest city in Poland, a city of many cultures.

Studies in Warsaw offer great opportunities for development and arouse appetite for a successful career. It is also the largest academic centre with a modern educational base, an extremely wide educational offer, excellent Polish and foreign academic staff, and a variety of internship programs for students. Warsaw was chosen as the best city to study in Europe in 2017.

Warsaw is a vibrant metropolis, with a substantial number of restaurants, clubs, cinemas, galleries and places that will entertain you.

Student life in Warsaw is characterized by practically unlimited possibilities for learning, development, further education, entertainment, work.

Panoramic view of Warsaw in a summer day n Poland