Yong Chung (Malaysia)
I didn’t know much about Poland before I came here. Now I have got a few Polish friends who are showing me the true Poland – fun, modern and adventurous. I think Poland’s biggest asset is its young people!
Jhumpa Rushdie (India)
Hello to international students in Warsaw! I came to Poland in 2010. I didn't know anyone in the country. On the Think Poland orientation day I met another girl from India and we became friends. It was easier for us to share experiences of living in a new country. Come to Think Poland events and you'll never be lonely!
Ma Lihua (Taiwan)
It is hard to admit it, but I never knew Poland was a kingdom once! For me it was interesting to find out how Poland became a democratic country and influenced its neighboring countries behind the Iron Curtain.
Sofia Kendrick (Sweden)
Choosing one’s field of study is one of the most important life decisions because it can determine your future work. So do not hurry, think about what you like, what you are good at, and where you would like to see yourself in the future. Only then look for a course! Good luck!
Thomas Bauer (Germany)
If you find a course you are interested in, check to see if it is also available in another school or city. In that way you can study what you want in a cool city!
Chiung Tzu (China)
I didn’t know much about Poland before I came here. Now I have got a few Polish friends who are showing me the true Poland – fun, modern and adventurous. I think Poland’s biggest asset is its young people!
Ahmed Sajid (Pakistan)
My father studied engineering in Poland and I wanted to do the same. Think Poland helped me with the visa application and organising my trip to Poland. It was a long process but finally I got a visa and now can study in the European Union!
Anna Pavlova (Ukraine)
I was happy to find out that on a student visa I can also work and save money for my summer vacation. There is no official limit on the working hours which is fantastic! Now I am looking forward to my summer holidays exploring other European countries.
Putu Waluyo (Indonesia)
There are so many different types of schools offering higher education in Poland that at first I was a bit confused. Now, I tell my friends – If you are into all sorts of machines, engines and engineering – pick one of the Polytechnics. The rest you can learn at a University! ;)

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