POLAND

About Poland

Poland, officially the Republic of Poland, is a country located in Central Europe. It is divided into 16 administrative subdivisions, covering an area of 312,696 square kilometers, and has a largely temperate seasonal climate.

Basic Facts About Poland

  • Poland is not a small country, It is actually one of the largest ones. Poland is bigger than Italy and the UK.
  • Polish men generally still tend to observe “the chivalry protocol”. Don’t be surprised if you see this, upon the first introduction between total strangers.
  • If you’re planning on watching some foreign movies on TV in Poland, you might want to reconsider. Foreign movies and series are dubbed, but not by Polish actors, but a single man reading parts of everyone (including women and children).
  • Poland has an impressive 16 World Heritage Sites and among them the biggest castle in the world – Malbork. Measured by the area. Prague Castle often claims to be world’s largest, but it’s not since it’s not a single area.

Why Study in Poland

  • Poland has more than 450 Higher Education Institutes. Many of them are Widely recognized as regional academic centres.
  • The Largest University in Poland established in 1816. The University offers 37 different fields of study .
  • Studying in Poland is cheaper than other countries of Europe. Tuition fee starts from 1500 EUR.
  • Extraordinary hospitality is deeply rooted in Polish culture. You can expect every casual invitation for a dinner or a supper to end up as a three-course feast. Polish

Living in Poland

  • Living in Poland can be a life Changing Experience for international Students.
  • Lots of Polish people can speak English, which can help students to communicate with them easily.
  • Poland has a low cost of living which means that the expat’s daily expenditure on food, transport and entertainment will not be high. It is one of the cheapest EU member countries for its cost of living

Poland Minimum Wage

The Legal per month wages in each of Poland’s Provinces for 2018 are as follow:

City Average Salary
Gdansk 8,204 PLN
Katowice 7,482 PLN
Krakow 9,871 PLN
Lublin 7,726 PLN
Poznan 8,446 PLN
Szczecin 7,961 PLN
Warsaw 10,138 PLN
Wroclaw 9,603 PLN

Average Monthly wages in Poland

Salaries for popular jobs
Job Title Average Salary
Accountant 5,870 PLN
Administrative Assistant 4,543 PLN
Architect 8,014 PLN
Attorney 12,439 PLN
Biomedical Engineer 7,628 PLN
CAD Drafter 6,627 PLN
Cashier 4,809 PLN
Chartered Accountant 7,486 PLN
Chef 7,179 PLN
Chief Executive Officer 19,626 PLN
Chief Financial Officer 18,545 PLN
Civil Engineer 8,116 PLN
Computer Technician 6,783 PLN

INSTITUTIONS

  • University of Bialystok
  • University of Science and Technology
  • The university of Economy
  • Polonia University
  • Gdansk University of Technology
  • WSB University
  • Silesian University of Technology
  • Academy of Fine Arts
  • Crocow University of Economics
  • Crocow University of Technology
  • Jagiellonian University
  • University of Lille
  • The John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin
  • Opole University
  • Poznan University of life Science
  • University of Arts
  • Poznan University of Technology
  • Paris-Sud University
  • University of Information technology and management
  • University of Rzeszow
  • Sopot university of Applied Science
  • Pomeranian Medical University
  • Kozminski University
  • University of Ecology and Management
  • University of Social Sciences and Humanitie

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