Living costs in Poland

Poland is one of the most suitable countries in Europe and I can say that it is one of the first preferred countries for students who come to Poland for education in recent years. Of course, the number of people who have reached us to settle in Poland with their families has increased considerably in recent years.

In order to give you complete information about Polish living costs, you should actually have information about Polish Cities. For example, it would be wrong for me to think only about the costs without knowing the criteria such as Warsaw is the most expensive city in Poland, which sectors you should choose according to, and in which cities you will not encounter racism.

House rent, which is an important expenditure item among Polish living expenses, is unfortunately not just about this. At the same time, you have to add expenses such as electricity, water, heating and garbage to the monthly rent. Of course, this figure is valid for the whole flat and is usually shared between people living in the same flat. Internet will be another expense and it costs around 45 Zloty per month.

Student Dormitory Rents in Poland (monthly)

Student dormitories are the first choice of students who want to study in Poland, and we recommend them. It is very advantageous to stay in a dormitory, especially in Poland, in order to save money on living expenses and to easily make friends in a new country.

Studio Apartment Rents in Poland (monthly)

In Poland, it is also possible to rent a studio apartment with a toilet, bathroom and kitchen as your own. Especially in cities such as Wroclaw, Krakow, Warsaw, Poznan, where students live intensively, there are a large number of private dormitories and studio apartments in these dormitories.

These studio apartments, which have sizes ranging from 10 m² to 25 m² on average, have much more comfort than a student dormitory because they are entirely yours, but their prices are high. Again, depending on the city you choose, we can say that the monthly rent varies between 1500 PLN and 2500 PLN on average.

Transportation Costs in Poland

Transportation is perhaps the least expensive item in Poland's living expenses. Especially for students under the age of 26, Bus, Train, Tram ticket prices are 50% discounted, so it can be said that they have quite an advantage.

Polish Universities have prices that differ depending on the school and program of study you choose. For example, in Poland, 1-year English preparation fees vary between 2.200 Euros and 3.500 Euros, while 1-year Polish preparation fees can drop to 2.000 Euros.

In Poland, undergraduate education in fields such as Engineering and Social Sciences varies between 2.500 Euros and 3.000 Euros; The fees for departments such as medicine, dentistry and pharmacy can generally vary between 8,000 Euros and 15,000 Euros.

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