What is the total Expense of doing bachelor's in Poland?Business related programs?
Asked by Akhil S Kumar over 1 year ago
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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