Poland is a country in Europe with neighbours Germany, The Czech Republic, Slovakia, Belarus, Ukraine and Lithuania. The industry is mostly composed of iron and steel, coal mining, ship building, food processing, beverages, textiles, glass, etc. It has a very high per capita income, 37th in the world ranking and 153% of the world’s average. It is a safe country with a relatively low crime rate. It is a member of the United Nations Organisation, European Union and Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development(OECD). Warsaw is the capital city. The currency is Polish Zloty.
Poland has around 450 higher educational institutions with around 5000 courses. Over 57000 students from different countries are currently studying in Poland. The country is also a signatory of the Bologna Process, which gives the student the privilege of transferring to a new University in any of the member countries. The presence of global conglomerates gives students the firsthand experience of living in a developed country, with booming employment opportunities which they can apply for by the time they finish their study. The low tuition costs as well as the low cost of living along with the option of getting education from a university in Poland is a competitive package every student who aspires to grow in life should attempt.
Living in Poland will nevertheless broaden your horizon, with the architectural wonder that landscape the country. Popular among them are the Wawel Castle and the Malbork Castle. Wieliczka Salt Mine, one of the oldest companies in the world, is worth your visit. The delicacies here are unique and would probably be never found anywhere else. Pierogi ruskie are dumplings filled with potato and cream cheese. Zapiekanka is a baguette filled with chives, cheese and mushrooms. Paczki is sweet and can be bought from bakeries.
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