Student life in Poland
Poland is a fast-growing European country, open to the students from various cultures and backgrounds. The most attractive Polish city for international students is Warsaw – booming and vibrant capital of Poland. With more than 1.7 million inhabitants and numerous universities, it is a perfect place for young international student to spent several years of his life. Everyone will find something interesting for him: from numerous pubs and bars to international music festivals and exhibitions. One of the most serious advantages of this country for an international students is the cost of living: it depends on students' lifestyle, but in general, 1500 PLN (approximately 350 euro) per month is the minimum amount needed to cover all the necessary costs. It makes Poland one of the cheapest countries in Europe.
Poland is also a country with rich and interesting history: it may be worth to visit some of the most interesting museums like National Museum (Muzeum Narodowe) or the Warsaw Rising Museum of 1944 and various Polish cities like Kraków, Gdańsk, Toruń, Malbork.
Those who prefer a more active lifestyle, will discover a vibrant night-life of Warsaw, with it's clubs, restaurants and bars. More than 50,000 international students are now studying in Poland which means that in would be easy to find new friends from all over the world.
Other cities in Poland are not as big as Warsaw but are also attractive for international students. For example, Wroclaw is an old and beautiful city established in 10th century. Famous University of Wroclaw attract mainly those who want to pursue an academic career. Student bars and pubs are widespread in this city: parties are organized every day during the week, especially in the student town. There are more than 120,000 in Wroclaw which is more than 15% of it's population – this is the real student city.