According to preliminary data, in the academic year 2016/17 there are 65,096 foreign students in Poland - including 62,054 full degree studies and 3042 within Erasmus + program. This represents an increase of 11.4% over the previous year (there were 57,119 foreign students at that time).
University of Warsaw is the winner in the Perspektywy University Ranking 2016 . Jagiellonian University in Krakow was second, and Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan took the third place, followed by three best Polish technical universities Warsaw University of Technology, Wroclaw University of Technology and AGH University of Science and Technology in Cracow.Among the private schools Kozminski University again defended the title of the best private university in Poland. SWPS University of Social Sciences and Humanities was second and Polish-Japanese Academy of Information Technology in Warsaw third.
There are 57 119 international students from 157 countries studying in Poland in 2015/16 academic year, 10.000 more than a year ago (23% increase). Currently international students make up 4.1% of the total student body in the country (ten years ago the figure was only 0.6%, in 2015 - 3.1%).
There are 46,101 international students from 158 countries studying in Poland, 10.000 more than a year ago (28% increase). Polish universities never experienced such a growth. Currently international students make up 3.1% of the total student body in the country (seven years ago the figure was 0.6%, in 2014 - 2.3%).
(Warsaw, 21 May 2014) Perspektywy Education Foundation announced the winners of the Perspektywy University Ranking 2014 (Poland). University of Warsaw won again (after being second for the past two years), Jagiellonian University of Krakow took a second place by a very narrow margin; the Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan is third. Among Polish private higher education institutions, the Kozminski University is first, followed by University of Social Sciences and Humanities, both from Warsaw.
At first sight, Poland and China have nothing in common. They are located thousands miles apart and their economies are based on totally different models. Their cultures and languages differ so much that it’s almost impossible to communicate. One may ask, is a genuine dialogue between these two worlds possible? This question’s bothered us for a long time, and that’s how we came up with the idea of the WARSAW – BEIJING FORUM in 2014.
Lublin – biggest academic centre in Eastern Poland
There are five public universities of International renown and four private colleges whose students come from Poland and abroad. The large number of students makes Lublin a city full of young and dynamic people whose creative potential is used to the benefit of the city by various research centres and companies that are looking for new technologies. Lublin’s beauty and its rich history attract not only young people but also artists looking for inspiration. Thanks to its theatres, art galleries, philharmonics, and museums, Lublin is the beehive of cultural life in this part of Poland that hosts many International Festivals each year.
Namuun has created the first Polish-Mongolian dictionary, Aliaksandr has taken part in prestigious business contests, Kun is actively helping along the cooperation between Polish and Chinese universities, Alena is recording brilliant films…
They all came to Poland to study: mastered the language, assimilated with the local student community, made lots of friends. Still, their activity goes far beyond just studies: they are visible in different fields, becoming real ambassadors of Polish universities and Poland itself in their countries of origin. These are INTERSTUDENTS 2013!