Poland – a place to live, study, and work

Poland – a place to live, study, and work

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It doesn’t matter whether you’re already studying in Poland or haven’t made up your mind yet – a few tips on living here will surely come in handy.
Moving to another country is a great challenge but also a fantastic opportunity. To make your settling down in Poland easier and smoother, we’re going to inform you on all the essential matters: accommodation, costs of living, health care, language courses, work permit, but also travel and leisure.

But first – entering Poland. European Union citizens need a valid travel document or a document confirming their identity and citizenship.

For non-EU candidates it’s passport and visa (here’s a list of countries whose nationals don’t have to apply for visa).

To apply for visa you’ll need an offer letter from University of Finance and Management in Warsaw. Then you should find a Polish consulate and set an appointment via www.e-konsulat.gov.pl. Please remember that the reviewing process may take more than two weeks, so don’t wait until the last minute if you can.