Oguz Kaan Kısa · June 16, 2021
After the countries where English is spoken as a mother tongue, Poland, which is one of the countries that provides university education in English in the most different branches, has started to be the primary choice of foreign students from many countries.
Poland, which has trained scientists such as Nikolaus Kopernik, Maria Curie, Zamenhoff, musicians such as Chopin and Rubinstein, seems ready to catch the same momentum today.
Poland has an education system where admission requirements are easier than in many other countries, high school graduates can start their university education in many branches without examination, and students who graduate from any university can start their master's education without any problems.
Many universities provide dorms for international students, but not everyone wishes to live in such conditions. There are many offers to rent a house in every city, but they are frequently "hidden" on Polish websites, making it difficult for foreigners to find them. There are various rental sites, such as pepehousing, which allows you to search for a single room, flat apartment, or studio in the largest Polish cities. Renting through such a service is not only more convenient, but also safer.
There are many quality institutions in the country. Warsaw University of Technology continues the long tradition of Polish technical universities operating in Warsaw in the past. Warsaw University of Technology started its activities in 1915 with the efforts of the Scientific Lectures Union and the Warsaw City Citizens' Committee. Operating without interruption, the University has produced generations of graduates and achieved increasing scientific and technical achievements.
The number of people on their faculty is the first thing that many individuals love about studying in Poland. Typically, groups of little more than 30 students are formed. The mood is different in such small groups, and lecturers involve more students throughout their lectures, laboratories, or tutorials. The lecturers were extremely helpful and were always available to meet with students who had questions. The teacher's approach to students is more personalized.
The country has favorable living conditions. Student life is very enjoyable in Poland, which offers many opportunities in terms of transportation, food and beverage, and accommodation. In Poland, which is one of the unique countries of Europe, the transportation network is quite developed. Transportation in the country is done by bus, tram, trolleybus, metro and train. Transportation in and out of the city is very convenient and comfortable. There is a monthly pass option for students and can be actively used in almost all transportation vehicles. In addition, it is possible to use bicycles for urban transportation, as in many European countries. With the use of bicycles, you can reduce your monthly transportation expenses considerably and you can enjoy the view of the city to the fullest. Poland, which is very economically affordable compared to the majority of European countries, offers very affordable and delicious options in terms of food and beverage costs.