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The cost of living in Krakow will depend on your life-style, needs and habits. Kraków is neither excessively expensive nor very cheap. A student should be quite comfortable spending some 40 zł (app.11 EURO) per day for food.

The following approximate prices will give you an idea of the costs to expect.

Student dormitory accomodation
Place in a shared room (2-3 persons) in halls of residence: 260-300 PLN per person per month + additional bills (gas, electricity, water etc.).

Private accomodation
Costs for renting a room or a flat depend on its location and facilities provided. Please be aware that landlords usually ask for a deposit and that you have to pay for additional bills (gas, electricity, water etc.). Students are advised to formalise their agreements with landlords by signing a written agreement on rent after having carefully read and understood it. The Erasmus Student Network provides assistance with these matters (see section on ERASMUS).

Room in a shared flat: 300-800 PLN for rent per month

Flat (1 room): 500-1500 PLN for rent per month

Goods and services
In a shop
Water (1.5L): 2 PLN

Bread (loaf): 2 PLN

Milk (1L): 2 PLN
Butter (200g bar): 3 PLN

1 kg cheese: 15 zł

1 kg ham/sausage: 20 zł

1 kg meat: 20 zł

1 kg fruit/vegetables: 2 zł

1 l juice: 3 zł

Tea: 3 zł

Coffee: 13 zł

Sugar: 2 zł

Beer: 3 zł

Hair shampoo: 10 zł

Soap: 5 zł

Toothpaste: 7 zł

Detergent: 6 zł

Book: 10 to 100 zł

CD: ca. 50 zł

pen, pencil, notebook : ca. 2 zł

Philharmonic tickets: c.a 12 PLN

Cinema ticket: 13-20 PLN
Theatre, ticket: 10-100 PLN
Tram/bus ticket: 2.50 (normal), 1.25 (student)

In a pub
Tea: 2-10 PLN

Coffee: 3-10 PLN
Beer: 5-10 PLN


Student dormitory accomodation
The Academy of Music has two Dormitories. One is very near its main building, at ul. Przemyska 3 and the second one is at ul. Rostafińskiego 2 at the University of Science and Technology (AGH) Campus.

31-036 Krakow

+48 12 431 10 50
+48 12 421 29 50

Head: Mrs.Barbara Czepiel

Tel. +48 12 431 10 20

The dormitory is situated very close to the city center and Academy of Music main building. There are 146 places in 2, 3 and 4 persons rooms. Guest rooms also avalilable: 2 single and 1 double.

Place in a double room: ca. 300 zł (c.a 100 EURO) per person monthly + additional bills (gas, electricity, water, etc.). Advance reservation is necessary.


Piano: c.a 37 PLN

Telephone: based on the billings.

From railway station: 3, 13, 24 (five stops).
2, JÓZEFA ROSTAFIŃSKIEGO STREET (at the intersection of Rostafińskiego and Reymonta Street)

30-072 Kraków


(012) 637 38 74

During the academic year, the Campus houses students from all Cracow’s universities. Its location relative to the city centre and to the university grounds is unquestionably one of the biggest advantages. All Students’ Dormitories have a free Internet and cable TV access. In addition, special telephone extension provides cost-free connections within the Campus as well as with all the AGH UST buildings.


  • From the “Miasteczko Studenckie AGH” bus stop: 102, 103, 139, 159, 173, 501

  • From the „Kawiory” bus stop: 103, 139, 144, 159, 173, 194

More information at

Place in a double room: ca. 300 zł + additional bills (gas, electricity, etc.)


Three high standard double rooms with bathrooms:

Charge without breakfast (1 place/ 1 day): 115 PLN

Reservation contact:

Jadwiga Drózga, p. 115 Dział Administracyjno-Gospodarczy Akademia Muzyczna w Krakowie
ul. Św. Tomasza 43 31-027 Kraków
tel. (+ 48 12) 422 48 39, 422 04 55 w. 133 ; fax (+48 12) 422 44 55


Place in a guest room – high standard (1 place/one day): 75 PLN

Place in a guest room – low standart: 33 PLN

Reservation contact:

p. Barbara Czepiel, Anna Szydłowska Dom Studencki Akademii Muzycznej w Krakowie
ul. Przemyska 3 31-036 Kraków tel. (+ 48 12) 431 10 20, fax (+48 12) 422 44 55

The application for a Dormitory is available at the site (International Cooperation Centre /Erasmus


Academic canteen: “Restauracja u Romana” is placed on the 6th floor of the main building of Academy of Music in Krakow. Along with the beautiful scenery of old Cracow, restaurant offers breakfasts, lunches and dinners in moderate prices.
If you have the *European Insurance Card *you can go there or to any other clinic or hospital and you will have medical teratment for free. But...Your life has to be in danger. If this is just a caugh or other not danger issue you will pay for a visit 80 zl.

You can also go to*Narodowy Fundusz Zdrowia *(National Health care Fund)* *ul. */Batorego/ Street 24 *Info-line:  (0-12) 94-88 and pay for your *Individual Medical Insurance Card *in Poland. With this card you will have medical treatment for free. The cost is also about 100 to 200 zl FOR YOUR WHOLE PERIOD OF STAYING so it is worth.

If you are feeling really bad  you can either go to a doctor for a private visit:
A recommend this facility:
Lekarska Spółdzielnia Pracy*

31-013 Krakow

Rynek Główny 37

tel. 012 422 88 21, 012 422 29 53

    012 422 29 33


*Call a doctor to come to your house:*

*S.C Krakow*
ul. Lilli Wenedy 9
30-833 Kraków-Podgórze
Tel.: 502 -044-858
(about 150 zl)


After you go to Narodowy Fundusz Zdrowia (National Health Fund) at Batorego Street WITH the insurance you can have free health care for example in SCANMED at Rakowicka Street or:

Armii Krajowej 5
30-150 Kraków
12 637 21 00

If you need to go to hospital call:

Emergency 112

Emergency 999

Also for 24 h you can go to:



Krakowski Szpital Specjalistyczny im. Jana Pawła II,

Kraków, ul. Prądnicka 80, tel. 012 6142000

Szpital Miejski Specjalistyczny im. G. Narutowicza w Krakowie; Prądnicka 35-37; Tel: 012 416 24 36

Szpital Specjalistyczny im. Stefana Żeromskiego Samodzielny Publiczny Zakład Opieki Zdrowotnej w Krakowie; os. Na Skarpie 66; 012 644 01 44

Wojskowy Szpital Kliniczny z Polikliniką Samodzielny Publiczny Zakład Opieki Zdrowotnej w Krakowie; Wrocławska 1-3; Tel: 012 630 81 62

Wojewódzki Szpital Specjalistyczny im. Ludwika Rydygiera w Krakowie; os. Złotej Jesieni 1; Tel: 012 646 80 00
Academic Medical Healhcare Center at. 27, Rakowicka Street provide healthcare and treatment for all insured students.
Each student arriving to Poland within the ERASMUS programme should bought medical insurance in his nation country for the whole period of staying.
Before arrival each student should have done detailed clinical examinations (chest’ X-rays included). One should present medical card filled in by physician in his mother country. After arriving to Poland in some cases it would be necessary to do another clinical examinations. In case of heavy disease student will be sent back to his mother country.
Importnant phone numbers
Emergency 112

Police 997

Ambulance 999

Fire Service 998

Municipal Police 986

Tourist information (12) 421 77 87

Airport Information + 48 801 055 000; + 48 12 295 58 00
Krakowski Szpital Specjalistyczny im. Jana Pawła II,

Kraków, ul. Prądnicka 80, tel. 012 6142000

Szpital Miejski Specjalistyczny im. G. Narutowicza w Krakowie; Prądnicka 35-37; Tel: 012 416 24 36

Szpital Specjalistyczny im. Stefana Żeromskiego Samodzielny Publiczny Zakład Opieki Zdrowotnej w Krakowie; os. Na Skarpie 66; 012 644 01 44

Wojskowy Szpital Kliniczny z Polikliniką Samodzielny Publiczny Zakład Opieki Zdrowotnej w Krakowie; Wrocławska 1-3; Tel: 012 630 81 62

Wojewódzki Szpital Specjalistyczny im. Ludwika Rydygiera w Krakowie; os. Złotej Jesieni 1; Tel: 012 646 80 00

National Health Fund

(012) 94 88 ; (012) 29 88 386


From fixed phones:

999: Ambulance
998: Fire Brigade
997: Police
981: Road Assistance
986: Municipal Police
Using mobile phones: remember to dial the local code before the number, for example:
22 - 997 to call the police in Warsaw. Emergency calls from phone boxes are free of charge. If you do not know the local code, dial the general emergency number for mobile phones: 112. The operator will request the appropriate emergency unit. We recommend using direct emergency numbers in the case of danger (997, 999, 998) because in some areas the general emergency number (112) still does not work properly.

These numbers may also be useful:
Warsaw public transportation information (22) 94 84
Cracow public transportation information (12) 91 50
International flight departure information (22) 650 39 43
International flight arrival information (22) 650 42 20


Music Academy in Krakow does not provide special services for disable students.

Information for special needs students are available at the following internet sites:

Polski Związek Niewidomych/Polish Blinds Associacion

Portal Osób Niepełnosprawnych/Internet Portal for Disabled www.niepeł
Information for physically disabled tourists: + 48 800 53 33 35


Each student coming to Poland as part of the ERASMUS programme must have a valid medical insurance purchased in his/her home country for the entire length of his/her stay in Poland or the European Health Insurance Card. Before coming to Poland, the student should take a detailed check-up (including a chest X-ray) and bring his/her medical record filled in by a doctor in the home country. Additional tests might be necessary in Poland. In case of severe illness, the student might be sent back to his/her country of residence.


Scholarships are available for Polish students only. Detailed information regarding scholarships are available on the Academy of Music in Kraków internet site at


The Main Library
43, Sw. Tomasza Street, 31-027 Kraków

The Main Library of the Academy of Music in Kraków is a collection of scores, book publications, musical periodicals. It also contains audio and audiovisual recordings on various media. The collection now includes some 50000 items and is still growing. The resources of the library will soon be accessible to teachers and students through a state-of-the-art computer cataloguing system. A well-appointed reading room and record library are also at the users’ disposal.



Czeslawa Zawrotniak, room 119
tel. +48 12 422 63 73;
fax +48 12 422 44 55

System librarian

Joanna Barcik
tel. +48 12 422 04 55 ext. 145

Opening hours:

Monday, Thursday: 12.00 – 18.00
Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday: 10.00 – 16.00


Joanna Borzedowska
Barbara Koszycka
Malgorzata Kus-Pytlik
Urszula Rypel
Jolanta Wojcik
Michal Ziólkowski


room 121
tel. +48 12 422 04 55 ext. 103


mgr Maria Wołczyńska

Opening hours:

Monday – Friday: 10.00 – 18.00


room 118
tel. +48 12 422 04 55 ext. 121

Opening hours

Monday – Friday: 10.00 – 18.00

Ewa Lis
Aleksandra Świstak

Copy center p. 120

Ryszard Jakubiak

tel. +48 12 422 04 55 w. 146

Opening hours:

Monday-Friday: 10.00 - 14.00

Students can also use the collection of the Library of the Institute of Musicology, Jagiellonian University:

Library of the Institute of Musicology

Opening hours:

Monday-Friday: 10.00 - 14.00


ul. Westerplatte 10, 31-033 Kraków


(+48 12) 422-00-64 ext. 1892


(12) 663-16-71


(0 12) 634-58-09



Reading room


(12) 663 16 75

Additional resources are available at the Public Library (ul. Rajska) and the Jagiellonian Library (Al. Słowackiego):

District Public Library/Wojewódzka Biblioteka Publiczna

Opening hours:

Monday-Friday: 10.00 - 14.00


ul. Rajska 1 31-124 Kraków

Tel/ fax.:

(0 12) 633-22-10


(0 12) 632-59-07, 634-29-77, 634-36-45, 632-20-98


(0 12) 634-58-09


Jagiellonian Library

Opening hours:

Mon-Fri 8 - 2020
Sat 8 - 15

Circulation desk

Mon 10-19
Tue-Fri 9-19
Sat 9-14


22 Mickiewicza Ave.
30-059 Kraków /entrance: 3 Oleandry St.

Tel/ fax.:

(+48 12) 633 09 03


(0 12) 632-59-07, 634-29-77, 634-36-45, 632-20-98


(0 12) 634-58-09



The Academy of Music must be notified in advance as to the exact date of arrival of the student (day, time, means of transport, place of arrival) so that our representative can meet the student to accompany him/her to the Academy. The student then must visit the SOCRATES/ERASMUS Coordinators’ office (room 410) for all information on his/her stay in Poland.


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Documentation required

Requirements for arrival and stay in Poland

Each student coming to study in Kraków within the ERASMUS programme must have completed his/her first year of study; he/she must have received a ERASMUS grant and a letter of agreement between the home and the host university. A valid passport is required. The student should also bring a list of courses taken before coming to Poland, a medical card and insurance.

An alien (non-Polish citizen) planning to study in Poland must submit a visa application in his/her country of residence. The required documents include

  • his/her passport;

  • a filled-in application form (also available at the Polish Foreign Ministry website,;

  • passport photograph(s);

  • a letter from the host Polish university, stating that the named student will be enrolled as part of the Erasmus framework;

  • a letter from the student’s home university stating the amount of the grant received.

The documents should be in Polish or English. The visa is usually issued within a fortnight. The visa is valid for the subsequent 90 days. If the student pals to remain in Poland longer than that, he/she must extend his legal stay in Poland while there. In order to do so, he/she must apply for either of the two:

  • an extended visa (at least a fortnight before the expiry date of the initial visa); the extended visa becomes valid on the day of its issue and not on the date of the expiry of the original visa. The required documents include:

    • a letter from the Polish host university confirming his/her status as a student;

    • a confirmation of the address of residence;

    • a photocopy of his/her passport (including empty pages);

    • 1 photograph,

    • confirmation of adequate subsistence means (e.g. included in the university’s statement of grants received);

    • a filled-in form (in Polish; instructions in other languages available). The new visa is issued free of charge.

In this case, the total duration of stay in Poland can be no longer than 6 months within the first 12 months since the date of first entry into Poland.

  • a permission for limited stay and card of residence (at least 45 before visa expiry date). The required documents include:

    • a confirmation from the Polish host university;

    • a statement of subsistence means (no lower limit has been specified), a confirmation of the address of residence;

    • 3 photographs;

    • 2 photocopies of the entire passport;

    • 2 application forms in Polish. 

The permission for limited stay is charged 300 PLN; the card of residence - 25 PLN. Applications have to be submitted in person at the Foreign Residents’ Department or other institution as stated by the local administrative centre.

Travel to Poland and lodging there, together with all required information, is arranged by the SOCRATES and ECTS coordinators in Kraków.

Information about Kraków


Whoever wishes to discover Poland’s soul must seek for it in Kraków...

Wilhelm Feldman

Kraków has played the most significant part among all major Polish cities. Once a powerful stronghold of the Wiślanie tribe, later the seat of local rulers, it served as the royal capital of the Piast and Jagiellon dynasties from mid-11th to late 16th century. It has also been a famed center of culture, art, and academia.

Kraków’s Old Town – the seat of our Academy - is now its most representative part. This relatively small area is nowadays a living museum of architecture, painting, sculpture, and research, with its sixty major historical monuments, three hundred historical buildings, housing some two million items of artwork. The Old Town is far from being an exception here: historical monuments abound in other neighbourhoods of Kraków, such as Stradom, Kazimierz, Podgórze, and in its environs, Ojców, Wieliczka, Niepołomice, Tyniec, or Wiśnicz.

No wonder, then, that Kraków is a veritable Mecca for tourists. Its special place in Polish history attracts tourists from both Poland and abroad.

The main tourist route leads along the so-called Royal Way, from the Barbican and the Floriańska Gate through the Rynek, the city’s main square – with its Gothic Basilica of St. Mary, its Renaissance Cloth Hall and its Romanesque St. Wojciech’s, and then through Grodzka street – with its Baroque St. Peter and Paul’s and the severe Romanesque lines of St. Andrew’s – to the Wawel, once a royal castle, now a great museum with abundant collections (including the famed Flanders Tapestries, the Royal Treasury, the Armoury, the collection of Turkish tents or of porcelain). The Wawel Hill also houses the city’s Cathedral with tombs of Polish kings and Poland’s greatest bell, the Zygmunt, founded by King Zygmunt the Old in 1520.

The Royal Castle is also the venue of the “Wawel Nights” concert series, featuring eminent artists. Kraków’s nearby Philharmonic Hall is the place to listen to visiting and local artists and ensembles.

Kraków also hosts numerous festivals; those of music including Days of Organ Music, the Ludwig van Beethoven Easter Festival, the Music in Old Kraków or Jazz Juniors; other festivals include Kraków Days, various festivals, festivals of individual streets or the Juwenalia, a great three-day festival of university students. More importantly, Kraków has been honoured as one of the European Cities of Culture 2000, itself a series of festivals authored by major artistic figures of the city: literary, Nobel Prize winners Wisława Szymborska and Czesław Miłosz, AA winner, filmamker Andrzej Wajda and, last but not least, composer Krzysztof Penderecki, Professor of our Academy of Music.

Almost every street in Old Kraków houses a museum (a total of 30). These include the national Museum and its collections of Czapski, Matejko, Szołayski, and Czartoryski; other museums include those of History, Archaeology, Ethnography, or Natural Science.

Kraków is a perfect place for the study of history of Poland, culture, or art. Its numerous universities include Poland’s first university, the Jagiellonian (founded 1364), the Kraków Polytechnics, the Academy of Economics, the Academy of Mining and Metallurgy, the Medical Academy (now part of the Jagiellonian University), the Pedagogical University, the Academy of Fine Arts, the Academy of Agriculture, the Academy of Physical Education, and the State Academy of Theatre.

Kraków’s numerous theatres include the Juliusz Słowacki, the Stary, the Bagatela, the Ludowy, the Groteska, the Krakowski Teatr Muzyczny, the STU, the Cricot 2. Cinemas abound.

Kraków also boasts of an ever expanding choice of restaurants, cafés and musical clubs, all maintaining their own and individual style, often located in the Old City’s numerous Gothic cellars. The most interesting eating and/or drinking places include Chłopskie Jadło, C.K.Dezerter, Corleone, Cyrano de Bergerac, Hawełka, Kurza stopka, El Paso, Ipanema, Paese, Chimera, Pod Aniołami, Cherubino, Cafe Camelot, Pod Chochołami, Black Gallery, Cafe Molier, Graffitti, Carmel Cafe, Dym, Młyn, Manekin, Papparazzi, Harris, U Louisa, Piec Art, Pod Baranami, Bambus, Troll and many, many more...

Despite its galaxy of historical monuments, Kraków is also a city of green. Nature can be found in the city’s numerous parks, including the Planty which encircles the Old Town, the Botanical Garden, the Strzelecki Park, the Wolski Forest, the Błonia, the parks of Bednarski, Jordan, or Krakowski.

Kraków is a place where history becomes legend and legend history. Most of its historical spots come together with a story: the Dragon’s Cave under the Wawel Hill, the legendary Prince Krak and his Princess Wanda, the tower’s of St’ Mary’s, the Bugle Call, the Kraków pigeons, etc.

We invite you to Kraków, Poland’s cultural capital, a city where you will find “all that human nature could ever require.”
The enclosed link to the map of Kraków shows the locations of the Academy of Music, the Dormitory, the Florianka Recital Hall, and the Main Railway Station. Please copy and paste this link to your web browser.,19.92671&sspn=0.032617,0.066519&ie=UTF8&ll=50.065459,19.931774&spn=0.031294,0.066519&z=14


ul. Napoleona Cybulskiego 9, tel. 012-424-99-30, fax 012-421-67-64

ul. Stolarska 15, tel. 012-424-53-00, fax 012-424-53-20

ul. Stolarska 7, tel. 012-424-30-00, fax 012-424-30-10

Russian Federation
ul. Biskupia 7, tel. 012-422-26-47, fax 012-422-90-66

ul. Beliny-Prażmowskiego 4, tel. 012-429-60-66, fax 012-429-29-36

ul. św. Tomasza 34, tel. 012-425-49-70, fax 012-425-49-72

ul. św. Marka 7/9, tel. 012-422-56-79, fax 012-422-47-84

United States of America
ul. Stolarska 9, tel. 012-424-51-00, fax 012-424-51-03

ul. Grabowskiego 5/3, tel. 012-633-43-59, fax 012-632-68-80

ul. Jaracza 10, tel. 012-416-30-05, fax 012-423-43-76

ul. Karmelicka 34, tel. 012-632-38-30

ul. św. Anny 5, tel. 012-421-71-20, fax 012-421-72-91

ul. św. Anny 5, tel. 012-421-73-80, fax 012-421-72-91

ul. Chłopickiego 10, tel./fax 012-413-65-18

ul. Wiedeńska 72, tel. 012-636-52-59, fax 012-638-05-58

ul. Mazowiecka 25, tel. 012-633-03-76, fax 012-633-03-51

United Kingdom
ul. św. Anny 9, tel. 012-421-70-30, fax 012-422-42-64

ul. Straszewskiego 28, tel. 012-422-80-18 w. 28, fax 012-422-59-10

ul. Floriańska 15/4, tel. 0501-01-42-30

ul. Wenecja 3, tel. 012-429-29-21

ul. Floriańska 3, tel. 012-428-92-50


Medical Emergencies 999

Police 997

Fire Department 998

Municipal Police 986

- local 913

- long distance 911

Polish Railways (PKP) 9436

Bus Transport (PKS) 9316

Cultural Information 12 421 77 87

Health Care Information 12 422 05 11

Concert Hall ‘Florianka’
ul. Basztowa 8
31-134 Kraków
tel. (+ 48 12) 422 51 73

Main Concert Hall
Akademia Muzyczna w Krakowie
ul. Św. Tomasza 43
31-027 Kraków
tel. (+ 48 12) 423 20 78, 422 04 55

Chamber Music Hall
Akademia Muzyczna w Krakowie
ul. Św. Tomasza 43
31-027 Kraków
tel. (+ 48 12) 423 20 78, 422 04 55


The status of 'Erasmus student' applies to students who satisfy the Erasmus eligibility criteria and who have been selected by their university1 to spend an Erasmus period abroad – either studying at an eligible partner university or carrying out a placement in an enterprise or other appropriate organisation. For study mobility, both universities must have an Erasmus University Charter awarded by the European Commission. For placement in enterprise the home university must hold an extended Erasmus University Charter (i.e. also covering rights and obligations relating to placements).
As an Erasmus student, you are entitled to expect:

  • Your home and host universities to have an inter-institutional agreement.

  • The sending and receiving institutions to sign with you and before you leave a Learning/Training Agreement setting out the details of your planned activities abroad, including the credits to be achieved.

  • Not to have to pay fees to your host university for tuition, registration, examinations, access to laboratory and library facilities during your Erasmus studies.

  • Full academic recognition from your home university for satisfactorily completed activities during the Erasmus mobility period, in accordance with the Learning/Training Agreement.

  • To be given a transcript of records at the end of your activities abroad, covering the studies/work carried out and signed by your host institution/enterprise. This will record your results with the credits and grades achieved. If the placement was not part of the normal curricula, the period will at least be recorded in the Diploma Supplement.

  • to be treated and served by your host university in the same way as their home students.

  • to have access to the Erasmus University Charter and European Policy Statement of your home and host universities.

  • Your student grant or loan from your home country to be maintained while you are abroad.

As an Erasmus student, you are expected to:

  • Respect the rules and obligations of your Erasmus grant agreement with your home university or your National Agency.

  • Ensure that any changes to the Learning/Training Agreement are agreed in writing with both the home and host institutions immediately they occur.

  • Spend the full study/placement period as agreed at the host university/enterprise, including undergoing the relevant examinations or other forms of assessment, and respect its rules and regulations. Write a report on your Erasmus study/placement period abroad when you return and provide feedback if requested by your home university, the European Commission or the National Agency.

If you have a problem:

  • Identify the problem clearly and check your rights and obligations.

  • Contact your departmental coordinator for Erasmus and use the formal appeals procedure of your home university if necessary.

If you remain dissatisfied, contact your National Agency.

1 "University" means any type of higher education institution which, in accordance with national legislation or practice, offers recognised degrees or other recognised tertiary level qualifications, or vocational education or training at tertiary level.

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