Education in Poland

Education in Poland is free and compulsory up to 18 years. The education system is the 12-year-old school, in which the first 8 classes is the initial step. The four high-class form high school.

There are two types of schools – public education and technical. Particular attention is paid to trade and technical schools. Diploma Lyceum – a necessary condition for admission to the university.

These include private and parochial schools, as well as “public” school, whose activity is partly covered through financial contributions. Open a number of private higher education institutions.

In 1996-1997, in Poland, there were 19,537 primary schools with 5.01 million students, 1,754 general secondary schools with 714 thousand students, 9957 technical, vocational and art schools with 2.25 million students.

In 213 schools Poland 927.5 thousand students enrolled. There are 10 public universities – in Warsaw, Krakow, Poznan, Lodz, Wroclaw, Lublin, Torun, Gdansk, Szczecin and Katowice. Catholic university located in Lublin. Also operate 13 technical universities and higher mining school in Krakow.

In Wielkopolska there are over 90 thousand students. Employs over 6.5 thousand persons faculty, and 1.5 thousand employees of research institutions. Poznań universities rank are third in the country after Warsaw and Krakow. Poznan universities, preparing students to participate in the economic transformation, use flexible model of education, introducing new disciplines and specializations. They do this in collaboration with renowned institutions of Europe and the world for the use of their scientific achievements. The growing interest of young people entering the school, especially on economic subjects, which led to the appearance in addition to have existed for many years, a number of private universities in the state high schools.

Higher education in Poland provides in colleges, higher vocational schools, schools of higher education and universities. In May 2004 Poland joined the European Union, and now education in Poland has a lot of advantages. Diplomas of Polish universities are recognized in all European countries, with the additional evidence is required, and the system of education in the country operates on the European circuit, speech tips. As education in Poland meets international norms Classification of Education (ISCED).

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