Agreed. As for job prospects in IT, I think it would be very tough to beat the US.
Foreing degrees are looked down to, I think. Specially in the states and UK, where the universities are highly prestigious.
Not necessarily so, at least not in my field with experience in both countries, where there are many foreign graduates from all over the world.
As for diploma recognition in IT, more important is what you learned yourself and not where studied
Agreed. In the US especially, it is more along the lines of what you have to offer rather than where you've graduated from...
demoralized by student life in Poland, which is nothing at all like student life in the States.
How long since you graduated? Believe me, times have changed...
There's a Polish IT alumnus with a series of videos on youtube who currently studies/work at a US university, and although he answers a lot of the questions about Poles wanting to study in the US, I think that you may still find it useful (it's in Polish):