Student Accommodation in Poland
Poland has recently become a popular study destination for students from all over the world. Based on the most stringent European standards, international students choose the best educational institutions in Europe. Many foreign students who arrive in Poland face language barriers (though most popular programs are taught in English at universities in Poland, Polish is the national language and many people only speak Polish), a lack of knowledge about where to live, and the simple fear of being abandoned on the street. This is where the team at StudyinPoland.Biz comes in!
We would be delighted to help you find suitable accommodation in Poland. Our highly trained professionals will gladly assist you in locating the best and most convenient area in Poland to live for your future studies!
Our organization, Study in Poland Sp. z o.o. pays special attention to the living circumstances of International Students, and we upgrade hostel rooms on an annual basis in collaboration with our partner universities. All of our hostel rooms have been recently renovated and outfitted with everything you need for a comfortable stay and study in Poland.
Every international student welcomed by Study in Poland Sp. z o.o. is guaranteed a hostel accommodation on campus. Because hostel rooms vary in size, universities often house two or three students per room.
All rooms in student dorms in Poland have a single bed, a mattress, a pillow, a blanket, and a study desk with a chair, a cabinet, and a book rack, as well as adequate illumination for both study and recreation. Every student receives freshly washed and sanitized bedsheets, pillowcases, and blanket cover twice a week. All hostels include common rooms where people may play, interact, and watch television.
All residential buildings in Poland, including student dormitories, are equipped with central heating systems and hot and cold running water in the washrooms and kitchens.
The rooms at our hostels are connected to a properly functioning kitchen where students may prepare food to their preferences. Kitchens have free-use gas or electric cooking stoves, a dishwashing basin, and a washing machine. All students must purchase their own kitchen utensils and supplies for sanitary reasons. If you don’t want to cook, don’t worry; meals may be purchased in bulk at a variety of neighboring food outlets.
Around every University hostel/ dormitory in Poland, there are usually various sports facilities, tennis courts, and playgrounds for students who want to play and enjoy football, volleyball, hockey, or cricket.
All university dorms offer guest rooms where freshly arrived students are temporarily housed until they sign a contract with the institution and are assigned permanent rooms to dwell in for the duration of their studies.
Our first focus is the safety of our students; thus, all university hostels include security guards and reception on the ground level. Only students with hostel cards are permitted. Guests are permitted, but only after being identified by the host in the building.
Living in Apartments/Flats in Poland
Mature students who come to study at the Master’s or Ph.D. level, or those who wish to keep their personal life private, choose to live in apartments rather than hostels. However, this convenience comes at a cost. Renting a private apartment is usually more costly than staying in a university dorm. It obviously gives greater freedom, but also more responsibility
Renting a room in a larger apartment is extremely popular in Poland. The majority of out-of-town students share flats in this manner. The cost varies by city and is heavily influenced by the location of the apartment as well as the size and quality of the room. The rent is normally between EUR 150 and 200 per month. Some landlords may ask for an equivalent-sized deposit. Don’t be concerned if you don’t have any buddies to live with. Sharing a property with locals is a fantastic opportunity: you may pay for your housing while making new friends for free! If you don’t want to share, you can get a separate apartment. The smallest, one-room apartment costs around EUR 300 per month in Warsaw and a little less in other Polish cities.
Study in Poland Sp. o.o. may assist its students in locating a suitable property with a reasonable rental price.