Affordable Higher Education in Poland

The European Union (EU) and Higher Education

The EU is home to 27 countries and approximately 680 million people. This number would be about 740 million but the United Kingdom (UK) left the EU on 31st January 2020. There were many adverse repercussions due to that move, both economically and socially. But the EU is a huge group and the remaining 27 member states will definitely manage and manage well.

The cost of Higher Education in the EU is generally lower than the traditional choice countries like the UK, the United States of America (USA) & Canada, Australia & New Zealand. Within the EU, the cost of Higher Education varies as well and if you look, you will find that EU is home to many Universities that provide world-class education at a really affordable price.

But… what is Education? Education is defined in Lexico, powered by Oxford as 1. The process of receiving or giving systematic instruction, especially at a school or university, and 2. An enlightening experience.

So, Education is not just about what you can learn by attending 12 to 20 years of School, it is also what you can gain from the many different experiences you had or will have during those years in school and throughout your life, wherever in the world you may be. This means, that you can actually reevaluate your expenses when it comes to paying for your higher education. Going to University ranked highly and paying really high school fees does not mean you will get a good Education. At the end of the day, you decide what aspect of Education really fits your dream and aspirations. But of course, if you attend a really good University, the learning curve is higher much faster but not everyone is suitable for that. For most of us, Education is experienced both in class and in each day of our lives – Education is a lifelong journey.

Why study in Poland?

Poland is one of the most affordable country to study, to live and to work. University programme fees for international students in Poland range from 2,000 euro to 6,000 euro per year depending where and for which programme. The cost of living in Poland starts from about 350 euro per month depend on which city you are at. Poland is home to many world-class Multinational Corporations (MNCs) like:

  • Toyota Motor
  • Google
  • Asseco Group
  • HP
  • Amazon
  • Poznan Volkswagen
  • RBS Poland
  • FCA Group

Poland does not only provide you with a really affordable Higher Education option, it also provides you many opportunities to have a good career and a good life.

Watch Princess as she shares with you, 10 Reasons to study in Poland!

Affordable Higher Education programmes in Lublin, Poland

Lublin is widely seen as the Capital of Eastern Poland. There are 5 Public Universities and 4 Private Universities. Suffice to say, Lublin is a very vibrant place for higher education. The high quality of Education and more importantly, the affordable costs of Education and cost of living in Lublin are huge factors of why many international students are flocking to Lublin and to other parts of Poland to complete their higher education.

Have you been or seen Lublin, Poland? Watch this video on Lublin.

Vincent Pol University (VPU) is a Private University located in Lublin, Poland. VPU provides affordable Bachelor and Master Degree programmes in the following areas:

Annual tuition fees range between 2,100 euro to 3,700 euro!

VPU is 20 years old this year! Watch this video and know more about the University. It is in Polish but comes with subtitles.

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If you are interested to find out more about studying at the Vincent Pol University in Lublin, Poland, please fill up the contact form below and we will get back to you within 2 working days to arrange for a no obligation discussion.

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