why you are like that ?
First of all, I lived in Poland 12 years and worked at universities there, so I know the quality of education, both for native Poles and for foreigners.
I think it's criminal that universities in Poland, both real and fake, as well as scam "consultants" and "agents" in developing countries are recruiting naive and desperate students like you, taking their money and promising that they will get a valuable degree and, worse, that it will be easy for them to find a part-time job to finance their studies and a good job after their studies. They make it seem interesting and easy, and that their schools are as good as those in West.
The reality is, as Wulkan said, very harsh, and nothing like the university recruiters or the "consultants" and "agents" promise. The programs taught in English to foreigners are, with very few exceptions, of very poor quality, much much worse than those taught in Polish to Polish students. And much, much, much, much worse than these foreign students can get at a good university in the West. It turns out that, cheap though these programs may seem, they are a very, very poor investment that, in most cases, amounts to flushing money down the toilet.
Most of these poor foreign students never finish their studies and return back to their home countries penniless because the promised part-time jobs simply don't exist, or because they soon figure out that the school is third-rate and that a degree from it is essentially worthless on the job market in any country. The few that do finish their studies realize that they have wasted thousands of dollars and the best years of their life once they figure out that no one, no where, is interested in hiring them, in Poland, in their home countries, and elsewhere.
Now tell me what you think is wrong about trying to help poor desperate students from developing countries from becoming the victims of a very nasty scam, and offering them practical and useful advice?
Or would you rather see them "follow their dreams", waste the best years of their lives and all their parents life savings, and learn the lesson the hard way?
Like Wulkan said, reality is harsh, and this is a very nasty corner of reality that is very, very ugly.