To date, Poland is one of the most dynamically developing members of the European Union, a developed and hospitable country. Education in Poland is conducted according to all-European standards - that is, certificates and diplomas received in Polish educational institutions are accepted throughout Europe and the world, correspond to the European level. Also, after the training, it is easy to pass practice or internship in European and international companies, get the necessary experience, increase your value in the European labor market.
Training is possible in English (as well as the corresponding language courses), in addition, it is possible to master the Polish, state language. The Polish language is easily learned by Russian-speaking students due to the historical community with Russian and other Slavic languages.
Students in their free time can visit interesting Polish cities, in which there are many historical and architectural attractions, as well as visit other European countries: the proximity of other states and the common visa policy (the Schengen Agreement) allow you to travel without any problems .
To date, there are a large number of public and private universities, higher schools and colleges that offer various educational programs. Study in Poland is designed for a different period of study: there are both holidays, short courses, and programs for a full academic year and more, bachelor's and master's programs. You can learn both on general language courses and on more specialized programs.
Polish universities build educational programs in such a way that the student is constantly practicing the acquired knowledge in real life: additional internships, practices, independent research are provided, for the most successful students there are stipendial funds.
Exchange programs are also very common: it allows students to get education in two European universities, to master different educational methods and practical skills, to gain invaluable experience and knowledge.