Accommodation / Cost of living
Studying in Poland offers students a quality education at European standards with simple facilities. Poland is very centrally located in the middle of Europe, so there is access to all parts of Europe. As one of the developing countries of Central Europe, Poland has become a center of attraction for students.
Education in Poland, which has managed to attract students from all over the world thanks to the academic staff it has trained in leading European countries such as Germany, England, and France, and the incentives it provides to students, offers a wide variety of programs.
Living costs in Poland are pretty affordable. Warsaw is far below the equivalent of European countries in terms of living costs. Accommodation in Warsaw usually varies between 95-200€ per month. Especially state dormitories are very cost-effective. In terms of life, students can survive for one month with an allowance of 300 €, excluding accommodation. Warsaw University, one of the best universities, is advantageous as it also offers its dormitory facilities.
Ways to Study Abroad
Warsaw University, one of the most preferred universities among Polish universities by students who want to choose Poland for foreign university education, has 130 master's programs for international students, teaching in many languages, and a 5-year integrated undergraduate program. The University of Warsaw provides English education opportunities for international students in many fields. The University of Warsaw also offers English Preparatory Programs.
The University of Warsaw offers undergraduate programs (2, 3, and 5-year programs) and short-term programs to people from abroad. Short stays are also for academic teachers and university administration staff. Some programs target selected groups who are citizens of certain countries or parts of the world, while others are open to everyone.
Academic exchange (students, Ph.D. candidates, and staff) at the University of Warsaw is organized, among other things, under bilateral agreements between the two universities. The University has worked with more than 680 international organizations from more than 100 countries under direct bilateral cooperation agreements.
Until 2013, the exchange of students, doctoral students, and staff of the University of Warsaw was carried out within the Erasmus and Erasmus Mundus programs. After introducing Erasmus+, a new program that replaces all previous programs in 2014, in December 2013, the University of Warsaw was awarded the Erasmus Higher Education Charter for the entire period of the Erasmus+ program.
In addition, the Visiting Student Program within the university is not limited to any country or region. It is open to everyone.