Thus, the opinions of foreigners are bitter and are the result of many disappointments.
For some reason, I don't think cms is bitter or disappointed in any way. Realistic and pragmatic, yes.
Also , the graduates with American diplomas will not find work in Poland.
Because they don't speak Polish.
University programs, not to mention the lower level schools represent much higher level of education than universities in the U.S. or Western Europe.
Not really. They may know everything about theory, but their practical skills are often shockingly low.
Typically, foreign students admitted for example to the Polish universities of technology have problems with curriculum.
Polish students have problems too, not least because of the pitifully low entry standards for many courses.