Student Life in Poznan
Student life is an important period of time in the life of every teenager. They become adults which means they are responsible for themselves, their behavior, and their actions. This phase can help you to build a foundation for your life, and grow emotionally and socially. We believe that our university is a great place that will give students not only new knowledge and skills but help them grow up and get an unforgettable student life experience.
Why Study in Poland?
International European University, Poland is situated in the beautiful old city of Poznan on the River Warta in west-central Poland. It is considered an important cultural and business center, one of the most populous and oldest regions all over Poland. In early middle age, Poznan was a small fortified stronghold between Warta and Cybina, but due to economic and political development, it became the residence of Poland’s first two governors. Later it received municipal rights and became a major European trade center, its economic and cultural growth reaching a peak. Nowadays the city of Poznan is a center of trade, sports, education, technology, and tourism. It is an important academic site with about 130,000 students and a high-quality educational process, therefore the city has become a home for thousands of young and promising specialists in different fields of science.
Poznan is one of the most popular cities among tourists and travelers. It amazed you with its deep history, famous goats and market square, its own Polish dialect and of course world famous croissants! Their dialect is not only used in Poznan but also in much of the region that was formerly part of Prussia. It has a high-tone melody and is influenced by the German language, therefore every Polish can recognize it.
The city is rich with restaurants, cafeterias, and bars with their own atmosphere and vibe, so you will want to come back there again. You can find places with completely different designs and energy, cuisine, and drinks that will suit your mood and pleasantly surprise you with prices. If you are fond of sport — there are a lot of gyms and training grounds. You can also go jogging, as the streets of the city are quite spacious, delight with their atmosphere in the early morning, and can give you energy for the whole day.
In addition to entertainment in the city, you can become a member of various student clubs and organizations. You can meet with your classmates at any time you want on or off campus, discuss interesting topics or issues that concern you, engage in any kind of physical activity together, for example, yoga, cycling, horse-riding, visiting museums, and just have a good time.
Polish International education is about more than just learning — it’s about enjoying new experiences daily. You’ll meet friends from all over the world and learn more about their cultures, as well as learn more about yourself and discover talents you never knew! Build the networks for your future and open new countries and cultures with IEU in Poland.
English Skills Boost
English is one of the world’s most widely spoken languages so it is compulsory for modern students to master their English skills every day. Having classes in English is a great opportunity to become a high-level specialist and practice your English. As Poznan is a multinational city, you will have the opportunity to meet new people and improve your communication skills. Raising your English language level with an international education could open many doors for you! Make new friends and get a better job at a top global company by improving your English with us!
Poland is a European country with a stable economy and developed infrastructure, a place of residence and study for young people. It has affordable prices and an indescribable atmosphere, and a lot of opportunities for its residents, so if you are a student who wants to get a high-quality European degree and gain a new experience — studying at our International European University in Poland, in the wonderful city of Poznan is an excellent experience and a step towards independent life in Europe.