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In recent years, Poland has become the new economic engine of the European continent and a very attractive place to seeking new employment opportunities. It is a country on the rise thanks to its great diversity of companies and its excellent educational system. All of this means that its economy is defined as vigorous. If you wish to undertake professional practices with Connecting Europe in Poland, it is interesting to note that life there is more economical than in other areas of Europe.

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  • Krakow.
  • Wroclaw.
  • Częstochowa.

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Located in the south of Poland, Krakow is an historic city with great business development. For centuries, it was the country's capital and is now an important economic centre where many companies have seen an opportunity for outsourcing. The city has a wide and varied core of companies in which Connecting Europe offers professional practices.

Considered one of the most beautiful cities in Europe, Krakow is a lively city due to a great extent to its numerous faculties and universities.


The fourth largest city in Poland, Wroclaw is one of the most developed and richest in the country, giving its inhabitants a good standard of living. It is a university city with a great atmosphere thanks to the thousands of students who spend seasons there, either for studies or for work.

At the economic level, Wroclaw has a very important employment market thanks to the diverse companies that abound in and around the city. Because of this, Connecting Europe provides a varied offer for carrying out professional practices in this city.


Situada al sur de Polonia, en la parte alta del río Warta, Częstochowa es considerada uno de los principales centros de peregrinación más importantes del mundo gracias al monasterio de Jasna Góra, que alberga la Virgen de Częstochowa, la “Madonna Negra”, la reliquia más venerada del país.

Hoy en día, esta ciudad se caracteriza por ser un importante centro industrial y académico, destacando en sectores relacionados con el comercio internacional, la informática, el transporte y la logística. Además, conserva un importante centro histórico, caracterizado por una arquitectura de gran relevancia cultural. Todo ello hace que se convierta en un destino emergente para muchos estudiantes de todo el mundo, que eligen esta ciudad para la realización de las prácticas profesionales Erasmus organizadas por Connecting Europe.