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Study in Poland or in Czech Republic?


Blacklight09 1 | 2
11 Sep 2019  #1
I am having a difficult time with this question.

Studying a business master in which country is cheaper and in terms of employment.

I know in both cases I'll need to learn the language, can it be done without paying a great deal of money?
Lyzko 22 | 6,518
11 Sep 2019  #2
Any course of study worth its salt will necessarily cost you, this is a given!
If you pay nothing, you generally get nothing:-)

Which is your native country?
Lyzko 22 | 6,518
11 Sep 2019  #4
In your case, I'd thoroughly investigate the institution at which you choose to study BEFORE even thinking of leaving and going off to either Poland or Czech Republic.

Degrees from any random Eastern, even Central, European "business colleges" might not be worth the paper they're printed on, and are sometimes quite dodgy, to say the very least! Don't get burned, get smart.
OP Blacklight09 1 | 2
11 Sep 2019  #5
@Lyzko

Can't opt for those countries, too expensive.
Lyzko 22 | 6,518
11 Sep 2019  #6
Figured as much.
Again, the less expensive the institution, the more questionable the education. The exception of course, is those state-run universities of high rank. There, admission is tight as a drum and usually reserved for nationals only, save for an exceptional foreign student with outstanding academic credentials.
DominicB - | 2,671
12 Sep 2019  #7
Can't opt for those countries, too expensive.

If you can't study in a good program at a good university in a good country, then you are wasting your time and money studying in one of the poorer countries in the EU. The degree will be worthless.

It would be much, much better to study at a good university in your own country. Or to work in sales and develop a stellar record in big-ticket B2B sales, which is worth a lot more than any business degree. Or in any job where you can demonstrate with documentation that you made your employer a lot of money. Ability to generate revenue is what employers in the business world look at, not diplomas or certificates, especially from obscure universities in Eastern Europe.


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