Study Abroad in Poland
Poland is located in central Europe. Approximately 500 American students will study abroad in Poland each year. Poland has become a major tourist destination as many travelers are visiting the cities of Krakow and Warsaw. In addition to these cities, many are also visiting Poland to visit the well-known concentration camp of Auschwitz. Polish, known as a west slavic language, is considered the official language of Poland. Russian used to be considered a second language but has been replaced by English and German in recent years making Poland a great place to study abroad.
Below you will find our list of Study Abroad programs in Poland. It is an index to international education in Poland listing university level study abroad, internships, volunteer and intensive language school programs oriented to American college and university students. Some pre-college and post-graduate options are also included. We invite you to read the student reviews, see the ratings scores and use this site to compare programs and understand what other students have encountered during their education abroad.
Top Cities to Study Abroad
|1. Gdansk||146 reviews|
|2. Krakow||32 reviews|
|3. Warsaw||26 reviews|
|4. Wroclaw||21 reviews|
|5. Poznan||13 reviews|
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Study Abroad in Poland - Featured Programs
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Start any Monday and study from two weeks to a whole year. See the world, experience a new culture, make friends from 100 countries – and prepare for your global future. University Credit is available available for all Intensive Courses at EF.
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In the summer of 2019, we offer seven weeks of archeological exploration and adventure at the the prehisto...
InterFuture Scholars typically travel abroad during the second semester of their junior year. During an eight-month preparatory period, students design a cross-cultural re...
The KIIS summer Slavic Europe program takes place in two countries. It starts in the thousand-year-old city of L’viv (Ukraine). This urban center is a UNESCO world heritag...