Polish state universities lowered fees for Ukrainian students

Source : 112 Ukraine

Earlier the costs were lowered in several private higher educational institutions
15:27, 23 March 2016

State higher educational institutions of Poland lowered fees for students from Ukraine, informed Radio Poland.

Earlier, Jagiellonian University in Krakow considerably lowered education fees for Ukrainian enrollees.

Recently the fees have been lowered by half for all faculties in the Polish University of Lodz.

“The annual education fees for the faculties of “International Relations” and “Marketing” amount to 1250 euros instead of 2500 euros as it used to be before. For “Journalism and Mass Media Criticism”, as well “English Philology with a Second Foreign Language” a Ukrainian student would pay 1000 euros instead of 2000 euros”, - Radio Poland informed.

Pedagogical University of Krakow reduced the fees by half. Annual fees used to be at the level of 2000 euros. Currently a Ukrainian student would pay 1000 euros for the faculties of “Germanic Philology”, “International Tourism”, “International Relations”, “Graphics and Visualization” and “Informatics”.

Overall education fees for Ukrainian students in various faculties have been reduced by half in the State Maria Curie-Sklodowska University in Lublin, Lublin University of Technology and Czestochowa University of Technology.

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