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Poland is a vast nation with a vibrant culture, a long history, and kindhearted citizens. Poland is recruiting more and more international students as a result of recent internationalization efforts. The nation offers top-notch education for reasonable tuition costs and an astonishingly low cost of living.
Polish borders Germany, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Ukraine, Belarus, Lithuania, and Russia. It is a country in Central Europe (via its Kaliningrad exclave).
Poland’s capital and largest city, Warsaw, is a dynamic, up-to-date centre with numerous colleges that provide a wide choice of degree options. Other significant university cities are Wroclaw, Lodz, Poznan, and Cracow.
In Poland, there are about 400 colleges and institutions that host about 1.5 million students each year. The specialized technical institutions within Poland’s higher education system are well known. Every year, they trained tens of thousands of experts in fields like engineering and computer science.
At public universities, both Polish and EU/EEA & Switzerland students do not pay tuition fees for degrees taught in the Polish language. All the other study programs demand tuition from students. In general, costs vary between:
500 – 6,000 EUR/academic year for Bachelor’s degrees
1,000 – 8,000 EUR/academic year for Master’s degrees
Some degrees in Dentistry and Business (especially MBAs) can cost over 15,000 EUR/year. You’ll also pay more if you enroll at private universities.
Poland is a reasonably priced European nation with a sound financial system. International students’ monthly living expenses range from 350 to 550 euros. You can adjust your budget based on the city or region you want to attend school. Greater urban areas like Krakow or Warsaw need between 500 and 850 EUR each month.
Food for an international student usually costs 100 – 150 EUR/month. You can save some money if you choose to buy groceries and shop from cheaper supermarkets.
Students primarily use public transportation, which costs 50 EUR for a semester pass that is valid for six months. You can also walk on foot in many Polish cities because they feature lovely panoramic views and roads.
You will need to buy books, research journals, and other study materials for your course of study. These are typically required and are even available from some universities. To save some money, you are encouraged to get them from bookstores that sell outdated or used items.
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