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Poland is country of Europe located in central Europe.
|Country Information||Capital city: Warsaw|
Total Area: 312,679km2
Neighbor Countries: Belarus, Russia,Lithuania, Germany
|Eligiblity||Minimum 12th Pass
No Ielts Required (if % is 75+)
Gap Acceptable (2-3 YR)
|Courses Available||Certificate, Diploma, Bachelors, Masters|
|Intake||February , June , September|
|Course Fee||5000 Euro|
|Documents Required||Academics 10th onward|
Bank Statement (3-5 Lakhs)
(All Documents should be duly apostile)
|Step By Step Process of Admission & Visa||1. We will collect Applicants all required documents in original and forward them to the respective College/University for assessment. (Free of Charge)|
2. If eligible, then applicant have to pay 200 Euro as application Fee
3. After receiving offer letter, Student have to get aposite his all documnets form MEA, New Delhi and will pay charges of 165 Euro.
4. Afetr Documents attestation, We will prepare complete file with all required documents and visa application and send directly to Embassy through courier.
5. University will take approx 30 days to gave decision .
6. On approval of visa, Student have to pay his remaining fee.
7. Visa within 45-60 days
The Polish state is over 1 000 years old. In the 16th century Poland was one of the most powerful countries in Europe. With victory at the Battle of Vienna in 1683, King Jan III Sobieski of Poland was able to break the Ottoman siege of Vienna and end the threat of a possible occupation of Western Europe.
Poland is rich in natural mineral resources, including iron, zinc, copper and rock salt. The Wieliczka salt mine, constructed in the 13th century, contains an entire town below ground with a sanatorium, theatre, church and café! Everything from stairs to chandeliers is made from salt.
Poland’s current constitution dates from 1997. The President is elected by popular vote for a five-year term. The 460 members of the lower house of parliament (the Sejm) and the 100 members of the senate, are directly elected by a system of proportional representation to serve four-year terms.
Poland’s traditional dishes include beetroot soup, cabbage rolls (cabbage leaves stuffed with meat and rice) and pierogi (dumplings stuffed with cabbage and mushrooms, for example).