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Why Poland

Why Poland?

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Poland is located in the heart of Europe unlike its impression as being in Eastern Europe. It is the 69th largest country in the world and the 9th largest in the European Union with a population of over 38.5 million people.Poland’s largest city is its Capital Warsaw. Other cities are Krakow, Wrocław, Poznań, Gdańsk and Szczecin. Poland is recognized as a regional economic leader within East-Central Europe, with nearly 40 percent of the 500 biggest companies in the region (by revenues) as well as a high globalization rate.

Great Business Opportunities
Great Business Opportunities

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Poland’s high-income economy is considered to be one of the largest of the post-Communist countries and is one of the fastest growing within the EU. Having a strong domestic market, low private debt, flexible currency, and not being dependent on a single export sector, Poland is the only European economy to have avoided the late-2000s recession. The Polish banking sector is the largest in East Central/Eastern European region, with 32.3 branches per 100,000 adults.  The banks are the largest and most developed sector of the country’s financial markets. Poland has a large number of private farms in its agricultural sector, with the potential to become a leading producer of food in the European Union.

10th Best Passport in the WORLD
10th Best Passport in the WORLD

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Polish passport is ranked as the 10th best passport in the world.

A Beautiful and Peaceful Country
A Beautiful and Peaceful Country

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Poland is currently the safest country in Europe according to the OECD ranking and second safest in the world after Japan.

According to Daily Mail Lifestyle is better in Poland than Britain : Less crime and violence – and it’s cheaper too.

Stable Economy, Strong Infrastructure
Stable Economy, Strong Infrastructure

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Poland is recognized as a regional economic leader within East-Central Europe, with nearly 40 percent of the 500 biggest companies in the region (by revenues) as well as a high globalization rate. The only Schengen Country in EU which saw an increase in GDP during recession.

 

Best Medical & Technical Universities in Europe
Best Medical & Technical Universities in Europe

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Poland prides on top-class Medical and Technical Universities. Their popularity is confirmed each year by thousands of students from countries like USA, Canada, Norway, Sweden, Saudi Arabia, Turkey and others, who take up the challenge and enroll for medical and paramedical Studies. 

Compared to other EU countries, the tuition fees in Poland are highly competitive and the costs of living are a fraction of what a foreign student would have to spend in other European cities.

High Literacy Rate
High Literacy Rate

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Poland is the tenth most educated country having 99.8% literacy rate of total population in the world.

Today, Poland’s education institutions; employ around 61,000 researchers and members of staff. There are around 300 research and development institutes, with about 10,000 researchers. In total, there are around 91,000 scientists in Poland today.

A BBC article from June 2012 stated that Poland’s reading scores on an international education assessment test were better than those in the UK and the US, as well as France, Germany and Norway.

Affordable Cost of Living
Affordable Cost of Living

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Affordable prices of food and rent are usually one of the main reasons why people choose Poland to be their home. To make this decision easier for you we’ve put together a list of standard expenses making up the cost of living in Poland in 2016.

Warsaw is by far the most expensive city when it comes to renting a flat. The average cost of a medium size flat in the capital can reach even 2800 PLN per month. A bit cheaper flats can be rented in Wroclaw (2260 PLN a month) and Gdansk (1995 PLN a month). The cheapest big city in Poland is Bydgoszcz with rents as low as 1267 PLN a month for a medium size flat.

EU Residence / Work Permit
EU Residence / Work Permit

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The EU residence / work permit will allow you to live and work only in the Member State that granted the EU residence permit. In addition, you will have visa free access to all European Union States.

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