Overview of financial support options in Poland

Country: Poland


Financing your Studies in Poland

Watch out for financial support in Poland while studying
With the great distinction between public education and private education, there comes also a big difference concerning tuition fees. While most of the programmes at public universities are free, you have to pay a significant amount of money for studying at private institutions. Nevertheless, living costs are among the lowest in Europe and there is also the possibility to benefit from public support or scholarships as a student in Poland.

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Funding for your studies in Poland

University of Humanities and Economics in Łódź Special Scholarship for Disabled Studentsns / 9 months
Maria Curie-Skłodowska University (Poland) Special Scholarship for Disabled Students130€ / 10 months
Opole University (Poland) Rector's Scholarship215€ / 10 months
The School of Management and Banking in Krakow Special Scholarship for Disabled Studentsns / 10 months
University of Białystok (Poland) PhD Scholarshipns / 9 months
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Funding for studying a year / a semester abroad

Private Higher School of Social Sciences, Computer Science and Medical in Warsaw Rector's Scholarship for the best studentsns / 10 months
Cracow University of Technology (Poland) Rector's Scholarship for the best studentsns / 5 months
The School of Business in Radom Special scholarship for disabled studentsns / 10 months
Karol Lipiński University of Music (Poland) Rector's Scholarshiipns / 9 months
Małopolska School of Economics in Tarnów Special Scholarship for Disabled Students83€ / 9 months
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Financing Tips

The 10 Biggest Misconceptions about Scholarships

Change your view on scholarships
Only one in eight secondary school graduates with good grades apply for scholarships. This is because many have misconceptions about getting funding. Here are some of the common misconceptions.

Applying for Funding

The Group Discussion

Don't get nervous in group discussions
The application process for some applications includes a group discussion. The group discussion is a standard task that is aimed at assessing the behavior of applicants in group situations. Interviewers are able to directly compare candidates. In this article you will find tips on how to successfully take part in a group discussion so that you make a good impression and avoid the traps.