Why to go for Poland for MBBS?
Poland is located in centre of Europe. W Polish population is over 40 million people. The capital city is Warsaw . Poland borders 7 countries: Germany on the west, Czech Republic and Slovakia on the south, Ukraine, Belarus and Lithuania on the east, and Russia on the north. Poland is placed in a moderate zone with mixed continental and oceanic climate influences. The average annually temperature is about 6-8 degrees Celsius while the rainfall is estimated at 700 mm. The weather in Poland is also characterised by transitional periods between the four seasons of the year.The weather in Poland is rather unpredictable and varied. Spring is often changeable. There are rather moderate temperatures. The summertime can be really hot, even 35 °C. Autumn is usually sunny, but November is frequently very wet and can be cold. Winters can be really cold, with the chance of snow from November till March. The temperatures from December to late February usually fluctuate around 0 °C to -8°C. In the mountains snow usually covers slopes in the period.
Poland: The only Schengen country in EU which saw an increase in the GDP during recession; stable economy; strong infrastructure and high-tech laboratories. You can work throughout the Europe and apply for settlement in 5 years. You can also stay back and work in Poland once you complete your studies.