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System Of Education and Recruitment Process In Poland
|By : Vatslya Education Consultancy , Gujarat, India 3.10.2017 Phone:+91 8980883388 Mail Now|
If you have decided to study in one of the fastest developing countries in Europe, you should get familiar with a few necessary pieces of information on recruitment process and the system of studying which is present in-between the borders of Poland.
Polish system of education, similarly to other European countries, is based on the three-tier system. Both each Polish citizen, and every foreigner has the right to either start or continue their education if they meet the entry requirements set by the given university. The three-tier system consists of the following cycles.
First Cycle - lasts typically three years (number of semesters might differ in certain study courses). First Cycle is usually awarding a Bachelor’s degree.
Second Cycle - one that might be undertaken only if you are awarded a Bachelor ’s degree, lasts typically 2 years; dependable on course might as well last one year, usually awarding a Master’s degree.
Third Cycle - that analogically, can be
completed only if you have completed the previous two. Lasts 4 years
and is awarding a doctoral degree.
In the case of the First and the Second Cycle, studying can start only at institutions qualified for that purpose. However, in the case of doctoral studies, it is possible to take advantage of the educational offer of the scientific institute of the Polish Academy of Sciences, Institute of Researchers and International Scientific Institute operating on the Polish territory. In the case of postgraduate studies, there is also the opportunity to start learning both at the university and selected institutions, including the Medical Centre of Postgraduate Education. Education at universities can be completed in both full and part-time cycles.
Studies at state-owned universities in the full-time cycle are free of charge. However, when it comes to beginning the second course in full-time cycle, or continuing your education in the part-time cycle, the student is obliged to pay tuition fees. Those rules apply to both Polish and foreign citizens with the right to learn free of charge. However, the rest of the candidates are obliged to pay for both full and part-time studies at private and state-owned universities. The exception occurs with people entitled to benefit from scholarships. Studies in foreign language costs approximately 2000 euros annually. When it comes to private universities, this price might fluctuate between 2000 and 6000 euro, depending on the university and the course selection.
Foreigners, who are subject to the same recruitment process as Polish citizens (including the payment system), are:
For the rest, studies are payable. Furthermore, candidates can face other requirements, when their final-diploma results can’t be converted for the scoring system at Polish universities. Moreover, foreigners that strive to start studies in Polish, have to prove their proficiency with:
The stay permit and health care
Citizens of European Union only have to possess ID that confirms their citizenship. If your stay will last less than three months you are not obliged to carry out any formalities. However, if your stay will exceed this period, you have to register your stay in the local provincial office. Healthcare for EU citizens is free of charge, if the given person is in the possession of valid health insurance in his or her country, passport, student ID and valid European Health Insurance Card.
For non-EU citizens, a valid passport and if necessary, a visa, are required. Moreover, everyone not from EU has to apply for temporary stay permit before the expiration of visa. Moreover, those candidates are obliged to buy worldwide health insurance before their arrival in Poland or sign the contract with the National Health Fund (NFZ) and make insurance charges. Completing the above-mentioned formalities allow a student to use healthcare in-between Polish borders free of charge.
If you have decided to start studies in Poland, which
might force you to move away, you have to consider accommodation issue.
Depending on the city and university selection, accommodation offers for
students might differ. Even though dorms are often granted by the university at
a relatively low price, the vast majority of students choose renting their own
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