What is the total Expense of doing bachelor's in Poland?Business related programs?

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Priya Singhania

Priya Singhania

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There are over 400 universities and colleges in Poland which welcome around 1.5 million students annually. Poland is known to be an affordable European country, with a rich history and numerous high-quality university degrees offered in the English language.

 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 enrol at private universities.

Poland is an affordable European country with a pretty stable economy. 

Living costs for international students vary between 350 – 550 EUR/month. You can adjust your budget depending on the city or area you wish to study in. Larger cities such as Krakow or Warsaw require between 500 – 850 EUR/month.

The basic ones are electricity, heating, water, and garbage and they have total prices of around 155 EUR/month for an 85 square meters apartment.

Food for an international student usually costs 100 – 150 EUR/month. You can save money if you buy groceries and shop from cheaper supermarkets.

Public transport is the main option for students, who pay 50 EUR for a semester pass, which is available for 6 months. Many Polish cities have nice panoramic views and routes, so you can also walk by foot.

In Poland, you can support yourself financially through scholarships and funding programmes.


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Ashish Yadav

Ashish Yadav

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The cost of pursuing a bachelor’s degree in business in Poland is relatively economical compared to other European countries. For tuition, you can anticipate spending between 2,000 and 4,000 EUR annually. This variation largely depends on the institution and the specific program’s prestige and resources. 

Regarding living expenses, Poland is notably affordable. A typical student might spend between 500 and 700 EUR monthly on necessities, including housing, food, transport, and miscellaneous activities. Annually, this translates to approximately 6,000-8,400 EUR. 

It's essential to account for additional expenses such as mandatory health insurance, which can cost between 200 and 300 EUR per year, and academic materials, which could add a few hundred euros more. Also, personal expenses and travel, if you plan to explore Europe during breaks, should be considered. 

Overall, you should budget for a total annual cost ranging from 8,200 to 12,700 EUR. This estimate ensures a comfortable student life without compromising on the educational and cultural experiences Poland has to offer. Remember, planning your finances in advance can help avoid any surprises and make your study abroad experience smooth and enjoyable. 

 

 

 


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