|FOREIGN STUDENTS: As of October 2002, there were 7380 foreign students studying in Poland of whom 5951 were studying at state supported institutions and 1429 were studying at private institutions.|
|Poland's institutions of higher education
||Info-Poland Student: The Polish Academic Informations Center's listing of Polish Institutions indicating which offer Polish as a second language and/or courses in English and providing links to the institutions home page and to the Center's overview of the institution if it has been compiled
|Scientific and Academic Activities of Polish Universities and other Higher Schools
||The Polish Ministry of Education listings providing, in abbriviated form, information - Institution by instyitution and Faculty by Faculty - of fields of study, research interests, courses taught in English, administrative structures and personnel, etc.
|Polish Colleges and Universities
||Exhaustive lisiting of institutions of higher education with their urls, street and email addresses and their telephone numbers. Listed both alphabetically and by city
||In the preceding decade the number of students at Polish university-level schools increased four fold rising to 1.5 million, one of every three students being enrolled at a private institution. The article's subheadings: Large-scale production; Long-distance learning; Quality vs. quantity; and Unemployed graduates. A November 2002 Warsaw Voice article.
||Glossary of Polish language terms and titles related to Polish universities and other institutions of higher learning in Poland
||Details, compiled in 1997, regarding the structure of Poland's institutions of higher education. The page is based on information made available at the time by Poland's Ministry of National Education, Department of International Cooperation. Given reforms that have taken place since 1997, the information may not be up to date.
|Frequently Asked Questions
||A 1997 Polish Ministry of Education and Warsaw Voice and compilation of information in FAQ format regarding study in Poland by students from abroad