Poland and Polish Discussion Group and Forum

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Studying (Computer Science) In Poland

I am planning to study computer science in poland (in English), at least up to a BSc/BEng. I prefer a Technical University. So far I've found the BSc/BEng computer science programs at Warsaw Univ. of Technology, Wroclaw Univ, of Technology and AGH Univ. of Science & Technology, Krakow. Am having a hard time choosing one of these universities. The programs seem generally the same in structure/content etc (but I would still welcome comments on the reputation and quality of studies at these universities.) The question is, which city/univ would be a prefered destination for foreign students or even Polish students and why? Any information, recommendations etc are very welcomed. Any foreigner studying computer science in a Polish university? :)

Thanks

Carl

Re: Studying (Computer Science) In Poland

it will NOT be in English, 99% wil be in Polish but will have the English language and vocab given afterwards. Call them and speak to the teacher, good luck.