The guide for international students and workers:  integration, legalization of stay, education and job.

Preparation for living in Poland. The guide for international students and workers (download)

1. ABOUT ZABIELSKI FOUNDATION

1.1. Mission and goals

1.2. Activities and projects 

1.2.1 Smart Community Accelerator

1.2.2 Education Innovation LAB

1.2.3 Center for Suicide Prevention

1.2.4 Entrepreneuership and Creative Industry Valley

1.3. Educational programmes

1.3.1 Vocational courses

1.3.2 Polish language courses for foreigners

1.3.3 English preparatory language courses

1.3.4 IT courses

1.4. Assistance and services for foreigners

1.4.1 Legalization of stay in Poland

1.4.2 Immigrant Integration Programme

 

2. POLAND –ECONOMY, CULTURE AND TOURIST ATTRACTIONS

Polska - administr

2.1 The Republic of Poland

2.2 Territory and geography

2.3 Climate

2.4 Political system

2.5 History

2.6 Polish economy

2.7 Polish culture

2.8 Famous Poles

2.9 Tourist attractions

 

3. STAY REQUIREMENTS FOR FOREIGNERS

Job for foreigners

3.1. Visa requirements

3.2 Temporary residence permit

3.3. Work permit

 

4. SYSTEM OF HIGHER EDUCATION

Education

4.1. International students in Poland

4.2. Universities and higher vocational schools

4.3. Work while studying

 

5. LIVING IN POLAND

Poland belongs to the most attractive countries in Europe for foreigners and also the most affordable.

5.1. Accommodation

5.2. Cost of living

5.3. Polish cuisine

5.4. Holidays

5.5. Customs and manners

 

6. POLISH LANGUAGE – BASIC EXPRESSIONS

Kraków-2

ZABIELSKI FOUNDATION

European Vocational Education Institute

13/15, Podwale Street, 00-252 Warsaw

admission@wmsb.edu.pl

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