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Poland is the largest country in Eastern Europe and the best place to learn Polish through communication with native speakers. Poland is a country with a high quality of life, as well as a quality and versatile education system, that is why people from all over the world come here. A country that has always captivated its huge cultural and historical heritage, wonderful resort and conservation areas, an abundance of architectural attractions, picturesque landscapes, and above all hospitality, friendliness and tolerance of residents. The climate of Poland is similar to the Belarusian one. In winter, the average temperature ranges from 3.5 ° C to -5 ° C. In addition, in summer, the average temperature in the country is + 19.5 ° C. Poland is a lakeside country in Europe. There are more than 2000 lakes in total, so in summer you can go hiking and plenty enjoy the nature of Poland.
Why is learning Polish in Poland the right decision?
Today, young people are increasingly choosing European education. Young people understand that having a European diploma, their professional as well as opportunities associated with advanced innovations are increasing. This provides the best conditions for successful higher education in a friendly atmosphere. Diplomas of Polish universities or certificates of completion of training comply with international standards and are highly valued throughout the world. Today a large number of students from the CIS countries come to study in Poland, most of whom are Belarusians. Based on the official statistics of Poland, every year, the number of foreign students increases by 5%. The main language of education in Poland is Polish, more than 95% of the population speaks it.
For students living outside the European Union who have come to study in Poland, learning can be the beginning of an exciting adventure of discovering Europe.
In Poland, 457 schools are founded, which offer higher education. In total, approximately 2 million students are enrolled in universities in Poland. Student life is diverse, bright and you will not have time to miss. The training infrastructure is very well-developed; there are almost no differences with European educational institutions: there are theaters, sports and mass playgrounds, colorful landscapes, campuses in historic buildings, museums, and other places for leisure activities of a European student. On the territory of Poland there are several famous country resorts and tourist camps that operate all year-round. Everyone will find something interesting for themselves. Some will be able to admire Sunday Chopin concerts in the Zelazowa Wola near Warsaw, stay in Wroclaw, one of Poland’s largest and oldest cities located on the both banks of the Odra River. Others will be interested to visit the famous Dragon Cave in Krakow and look into the Crusader castle in the center of the Teutonic monastic order in Malbork. The third will be able to have fun, dancing all night long in the salt halls of the amazing underground city Wieliczka, near Krakow. Royal Salt Mines in Wieliczka, under the protection of UNESCO, are famous not only for its history, but also for the healing microclimate.
Everyone can start learning a language in Poland: children and adults from zero to advanced level of knowledge and understanding of the language. There are specialized programmes, such as Polish for business, IT, medical workers, bank employees and many others.
It is equally important that at language schools in Poland, classes are held in relatively small groups of up to 12 people, as a result of which it is easier for mentors to follow the educational achievements of their students and make changes to the curriculum based on the goals of the students. While studying in Poland, students acquire the skills to perceive the teacher by ear and to express their thoughts in Polish.
Language courses in Poland, in the first place, is an acquaintance with life in the country. Language programmes are aimed at making it easy to enter a selected university and study there comfortably.
You can learn Polish in Poland at proven schools such as SayHello in Warsaw, Together School in Krakow or Warsaw, CPS & Aspre (The Center for Polish Studies) in Warsaw.
Training in language courses in Poland can be just an entertaining holiday with the study of a foreign language. Duration of training varies from two weeks to a year.
The level and quality of life in Poland is high. The rule of law and security are ensured by the police, which have a high level of trust among the people and can be turned to help at any time.
In Poland, a lot of tasty and inexpensive food, entertainment. Consumer prices in Poland are among the lowest in Europe. Especially they will appeal to lovers of Big Mac, because the prices for them are among the cheapest in the world. All social standards are respected; even a visitor has the chance to easily open his startup in any sphere.
In Poland, students from Germany, Ukraine, Belarus and Russia often go to study, less often from Central Europe, for example, from France and Italy. Occasionally in universities of Poland you can meet students from China, Korea and India.
The similarity of the Polish and Belarusian mentality facilitates adaptation to the country. The main advantages in obtaining education in Poland are the relatively low cost of education, the high level of European education, as well as the possibility of further education, training, work in other European countries.
Airports are located in all major cities of Poland (Warsaw, Gdansk, Krakow, Poznan, Wroclaw, Szczecin). Both local and international flights are operated in each of these cities. There is a large transport network inside the country. The bus is the most popular mean of transport in Poland.
Visas and enrollment
For enrollment in courses in Poland, you need to collect documents for admission to a language school and get a student visa. A visa to Poland for a student opens at one of the three representative offices of this country in Belarus. Registration of such a visa usually takes no more than a month.
We provide comprehensive support to our students, ranging from the selection of the training programme and the execution of the necessary documents to the accommodation and transfer. Our consultants are always ready to help and explain all unclear points.
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