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Poland International Schools

Poland has a well-developed state-run educational system where foreign nationals are also allowed to attend free of charge. However, non-Polish families can also send their children to private or international schools as teaching in state-schools is only through Polish. The majority of the private or international schools are located in Warsaw, including the British School, and other larger cities such as Krakow, Gdansk, Wroclaw and Lodz. Polish public universities, as well as private schools of higher education, offer studies in English. Most programmes conducted in English usually need to be paid for.

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