Living Cost In Poland For International Students

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People migrate for hundreds of reasons, students decide to pursue their careers in a particular country for a lot of reasons, which could be the standard of education, the cost of living, the prospects of employment the country offers for university graduates, the life of the place and host of other reasons.

If you’ve packed your suitcase and decided you wish to study in Poland, it’s a safe decision, the country is a safe place with modern facilities to help you feel at home, you might have to deal with the language of the Poles which is Polish but other than that, the cost of living is fairly low and that’s why we’re here, to discuss the cost of living for international students in Poland.

Did you know that with 1800PLN (485EUR or about 500USD) you can survive comfortably for a month in Poland? Ask the neighbors, although this depends on the city you will be staying in.

The capital city and other huge cities might pose a fairly high cost of living for an average student but there are other regions like Gdansk where you might cohabit and feel as comfortable as ever with just some EUR but you will need to however have means of covering the living costs.

This is a run-down list of the price of services for students living in the dormitory in Poland and how much they might amount to at the end of the month.

Expense List In PLN And EUR

  • Food – 800 – 900 – 150 – 200
  • Rent (student dormitory) – 400 – 700 – 90 – 140
  • Public transportation – 50 – 60 – 11 – 13
  • Health insurance – 40 – 60 – 9 – 13
  • Phone, internet, and TV subscription bills – 80 – 100 – 17 – 22
  • Entertainment – 150 – 200 – 35 – 45

Sum that up and you have a total of – 1600 – 2100PLN – 340 – 450EUR

Student accommodation in some parts of Poland is ridiculously student-friendly with prices starting from 70-90 USD per month for a shared room in student dormitories and 120-180 USD for a single room depending on your university so you might need to contact your school for more details.

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