photo: Maciej Białek source: wikipedia


Warsaw, on the banks of the Vistula river, is a vibrant capital city with a buzzing student life. After democratic changes in Poland in 1989, Warsaw opened widely for international tourists who are starting to re-discover its beauty. According to Eurostat, about 14 million tourists yearly visit the capital of Poland and this number is rising rapidly. Warsaw is highly successful in attracting business investors and it plays the major economic role in the Central Europe. Due to economic boost, the city has a very low unemployment rate and very high economic growth rates. Now, this is the place to be for the biggest multinational corporations. Warsaw Stock Exchange has the biggest capitalization of all the markets in the region (bigger than Budapest, Prague or Vienna). Modern architecture, great infrastructure and an efficient transportation network make Warsaw one of the best cities to live. Cost of living are relatively lower to other capital cities in the European Union (250-300 Euro is average monthly living cost for students), which makes the studies a lot more affordable. We believe that your stay in Warsaw will be a good choice for your studies and a good start of your career in the global environment.



Palace on the Water


 Warsaw Royal Castle


The Old Town


Warsaw by night

National Stadium in Warsaw


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