Master or Doctorate Study in Poland

Master Study in Poland

Oscar Education will be at your side with its full consultancy service for you to settle into master’s programs in Poland, which offers postgraduate education in English in many fields with affordable living costs.

You will study in English at proven, world-class universities!

Home to world-renowned universities such as the University of Warsaw, the Technical University of Warsaw, the Jagiellonian University with its 600-year history, and the Technical University of Krakow, Poland is one of the top priorities for students from many countries of the world, especially those who want to study in the European Union.Affordable education and living costs that won’t strain your budget

The cost of postgraduate studies in Poland is very affordable when compared to other options where you can study in English. Master fees in Poland average around 3000 – 4000 Euro per year. Besides being very economical, another advantage is that Polish universities offer a wide range of master’s options. Accommodation expenses in Poland are quite economical. This is one of the most important factors that makes it attractive to study for a master’s degree in Poland.

You will benefit from the opportunities to work in the giant companies of Europe!

Poland, which has become the favorite of investors from Europe and other countries of the world with its young population and open economy, is also home to many large industrial establishments. Polish universities, which make this situation a job opportunity for their graduates, have made internship agreements with many world-famous companies, and students who graduate from Polish universities in dozens of job fairs held every year meet with the officials of multinational companies, make job applications and be accepted to work. Not only graduates were considered, but also university students were allowed to benefit from internships. By taking advantage of this very important opportunity, you will not only have a master’s degree in a European Union university, but also reinforce your education with an internship in a European company and gain very important references.

The Polish state also supports postgraduate graduates in Poland!

After a master’s degree in Poland, you can obtain a work and residence permit for 2 years! After your master’s education in Poland, you will be able to work full-time and professionally for two years, gaining experience and recovering your education cost. If you wish, this work you will do can open the door to different career options in the European Union.

Application and Admission Conditions

To apply for a master’s degree in Poland, it is sufficient to have a bachelor’s degree. Your university exit document and undergraduate transcript are sufficient for pre-registration. If your English level is not sufficient, you will be able to start your English education by taking conditional acceptance first.

Doctoral Education in Poland

PhD Study Duration in Poland

The duration of education in Polish Universities is determined as 3 or 4 years. Education is given in English and students must have advanced language knowledge. There is an intensive course schedule in the first year. During this year, students become excellent both theoretically and researchly for their doctoral dissertations. After that, the thesis years start and thesis advisory is taken from one of the distinguished professors.

PhD Fees in Poland

Polish Universities are at the service of students with extremely economical figures in return for the quality education they provide. Fees start from 1,500 EURO and the various figures vary according to the educational features and content. The aim of universities is to receive minimum tuition fees from students and to provide the best education in return.

Exam for Doctorate Education in Poland

Our students do not have to take an exam to get their doctorate education at Polish Universities. Although there is no examination system, it is advantageous to have students with high grades in undergraduate and graduate education. Some application requirements must also be met by students.

PhD Language Score in Poland

At Polish Universities, doctoral education is mostly taught in English. Students must have an advanced level of language education. At this point, it is important to take international exams and get adequate scores. It is important to take TOEFL and IELTS exams and get adequate scores. You must attach the result documents of these exams.

PhD Scholarships in Poland

Universities offer and announce various scholarships for doctoral students every year. These can be financially or in the form of substantial educational support. Scholarships are usually given to students with high grade point averages. You can apply and you can be extremely financially comfortable with the scholarships.

Requirements and Application Dates for a PhD in Poland

Your diplomas and transcripts of your education, your application including the work you want to do, your document showing that your language level is sufficient, your references from academicians, your studies and published articles should be attached. You can prepare these for pre-registration with our student advisors to make your applications. Registration applications are made from June until the beginning of the new education period.

Polish Universities
University City Explanation
Warsaw University of Social Sciences (SWPS) Warsaw The best private university in Poland for undergraduate and master’s programs in psychology
University of Warsaw Warsaw Very good especially in social sciences with high world ranking
Warsaw University of Technology Warsaw One of the best technical universities in Europe in fields such as aircraft and space, mechatronics, computers and energy
University of Economics and Human Sciences Warsaw Warsaw Affordable university in Psychology, Banking and Computer Science
Warsaw School of Applied Linguistics Warsaw One of the best Polish universities specializing in linguistics and interpreting.
Collegium Civitas Warsaw One of the best Polish universities specializing in Political Sciences
Warsaw Kozminski University Warsaw International award-winning and best business and economics school in Eastern Europe
Warsaw University of Economics Warsaw One of the best in Poland in international business and economics departments
Wroclaw University of Technology Wroclaw A well-established university where quality engineering education can be obtained at an annual cost of 3,000 Euros.
University of Wroclaw Wroclaw One of the oldest and best quality public universities in Poland in the field of social sciences.
Wroclaw Medical University Wroclaw One of the most modern and quality TIP universities in Poland
Wroclaw University of Economics Wroclaw A boutique university where economics and business education can be taken at an annual cost of 2.500 Euros.
Vincent Pol University Lublin Professional university in the fields of Sports, Tourism, Physiotherapy, Beauty Sciences
University of Information Technology and Management (UITM) Rzesnow One of the priority options in Poland in the field of Aviation, Logistics and Information Technologies
 School of Form Warsaw A very high quality and popular private university in industrial design and visual design.
Poznan Academy of Fine Arts Poznan Art academy providing education in the fields of Painting, Sculpture, Graphics
Poznan Medical University Poznan One of the largest public universities in Poland in the field of TIP
Poznan University of Technology Poznan One of the best technical universities in Poland
Poznan University of Economics Poznan Affordable business offers training in trade departments
Kracow University of Technology Krakow One of the high quality technical universities in Poland where its graduates are highly preferred.
Kracow University of Economics Krakow One of the universities of Krakow, which provides education in finance, economics and business administration.
Jagiellonian University Krakow The university in the top 300 in the world ranking offers a prestigious education
University of Lodz Lodz Founded in 1945, the university offers engineering and social science education
Lodz Technical University Lodz The school, which provides education in English, Polish and French, is at the forefront with its engineering departments.
Lodz Medical University Lodz A medium-sized TIP university in medical departments

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Poland Universities

Why Choose to Study in Poland?

Security: Poland stands out as a country with excellent security statistics and a healthy, clean, and environmentally friendly living environment. Parents can be confident that their loved ones will receive education in a peaceful setting, regardless of their location in Poland.

Quality: On average, Poland ranks among the top countries in the world in terms of educational quality. Polish educational institutions consistently achieve high scores in international rankings.

Cost: Poland sets itself apart from other destinations by offering the opportunity to receive a quality education in English at affordable prices. It is rare to find many places around the world that provide such accessibility. In Poland, this opportunity is available to nearly everyone, regardless of their financial status or academic achievements.

Jobs: While many European countries have experienced economic decline in the past two decades, Poland has continuously maintained economic growth. As the sole country in Europe to achieve this, Poland offers job opportunities for young people in areas where others may fall short.

  • Opportunity to pursue the program of your choice without an exam.
  • Among the member countries of the European Union, Poland is known for its affordability in terms of tuition fees and living conditions.
  •       You will have the chance to receive education in an international environment, interacting with students from various countries across the globe.
  •       Your diploma obtained in Poland is recognized by both the European Union and the Council of Higher Education.
  •   The standard duration of university education is 3 years (except for certain specialized fields such as Medicine).
  •       Opportunity for English education is available in almost any desired field of study.
  • Living in Poland provides the advantage of European residency, granting freedom of movement throughout Europe with your visa or residence card.
  • You can pursue a Master’s degree without the obstacles of academic exams.

FAQ of Poland

Yes, Poland welcomes international students and offers various programs for them.
Yes, many universities in Poland offer programs taught in English specifically for international students.
Entry requirements vary depending on the university and program, but generally, you need a high school diploma or equivalent and proof of language proficiency.
For programs taught in English, proficiency in Polish is not required. However, learning some basic Polish can be beneficial for daily life in Poland.
You can apply directly to the university by submitting the required documents, which typically include an application form, educational transcripts, and a motivation letter.
The academic year in Poland usually starts in October and is divided into two semesters: the winter semester (October to February) and the summer semester (March to June).
A bachelor's degree program in Poland typically takes three to four years to complete.
Yes, international students can work part-time during their studies in Poland, usually up to 20 hours per week.
Yes, there are scholarships and funding options available for international students, both from Polish institutions and external sources.
Tuition fees vary depending on the university, program, and level of study. On average, tuition fees for international students in Poland range from 2,000 to 6,000 EUR per year.
The cost of living in Poland is generally affordable compared to many other European countries. It depends on your lifestyle and location, but a monthly budget of around 500 to 800 EUR is usually sufficient.
Yes, international students are required to have health insurance in Poland. You can either purchase a private insurance policy or benefit from the Polish National Health Fund.
Yes, diplomas awarded by Polish universities are generally recognized internationally, including within the European Higher Education Area.
Yes, many universities in Poland have collaborations with companies and offer internship programs or practical training opportunities for students.
Programs taught in Polish require proficiency in the Polish language. International students can take preparatory language courses before starting their studies.
Yes, after completing your studies, you can apply for a temporary residence permit to seek employment or further education in Poland.
Yes, most universities in Poland have student organizations or clubs that cater to the interests and needs of international students.
Yes, with a valid student visa or residence permit from Poland, you can travel freely within the Schengen Area, which includes many European countries.
The transferability of credits earned in Poland depends on the policies of the receiving institution. It is advisable to check with the target university in advance.
Many universities in Poland offer accommodation options for international students. You can also explore private rentals or shared apartments in the vicinity of your university.