You've raised a few excellent points here, I might have been a bit nervous which might have red-flagged me from the beginning of the interview, but that's who I am and I can't really control my nervousness in these situations.
I understand that many of those who happened to carry the same passport as I do might have taken a few deceptive ways to get into Europe and live the "European dream", but as for me I never thought of it that way, I'm doing well here in my home country and I will definitely have a lower quality life in Poland than the one I have here (due to the fact that I'm a foreigner in a country that isn't known of being the richest in it's continent) but yet I'm willing to handle all of that for the purpose of a high quality affordable degree.
Your reply is greatly appreciated and I did find very helpful, so thanks for that.
You can say that you want to study in Eastern Europe, because you're not poor, but not extremely reach, and cost of living in Poland is a lot of cheaper than in Western Europe and Jagielonian Univeristy is the best in the country according to international rankings.
That's exactly my case actually, I'm somewhere in the middle between middle and upper class, so I can't really afford paying 15,000 British Pounds per year for a degree in the UK, that's why Poland is the most perfect option I have on the table.
The hardest part would be trying to get that point across to the counselor, since the reputation of my fellow Egyptians is smudged after years of manipulations and deception.