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Student accommodation, flats and rooms for rent in Warsaw

Student accommodation, flats and rooms for rent in Warsaw

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Warsaw is the capital of Poland and its largest city. It is one of the favourite destinations for foreign and Erasmus students due to the prestige of its universities, its atmosphere and history, and because it is relatively cheap. In addition, it is home to the famous Vistula River and is very well connected to other major cities in Europe.

Looking for student accommodation in Warsaw?

In this article, we discuss the details that you have to take into account when looking for and booking your accommodation in the Polish city. From Erasmus Play we make it easy for you, with our search engine you can easily compare the different types of accommodation and the prices of each of them to find your ideal accommodation.

Student apartments for rent in Warsaw

This alternative is one of the most common for studying in the Polish capital. The price of the flats will depend on the area where you want to stay and if they have more than one room or if they are studios for one person. The rent of an apartment goes from 450 euros per month onwards.

The flats are usually fully furnished. However, many offer different amenities such as washing machine, dishwasher or common areas in the building. With our search engine/comparator you can filter by the most important characteristics for you, in this way you will find your ideal accommodation.

Student room for rent in Warsaw

Renting a good room in Warsaw is a complicated task, as the demand is high and the supply is lower than that of full apartments.

The rental price of shared apartment rooms in Warsaw varies depending on the neighbourhood in which it is located, that is, if they are far from the historic centre or not. Depending on the area in which you are looking, it will be better to choose a complete apartment and look for companions to divide the rent among those who live there.

Student accommodation in Warsaw

Warsaw is a large city with different neighbourhoods and areas suitable for students. Which one is best for you will depend mainly on the location of your university and the connection it has with your accommodation. Make sure you find out well before choosing your place. Here are some recommendations.

Apartments for rent in Stare Miasto

This neighbourhood is in the historic centre of Warsaw, where the main attractions to visit in the city are located. A complete apartment for you goes from 500 euros a month onwards. This area would be perfect if you study on the main campus of the University of Warsaw or if you want to be in the centre of it all.

Apartments in the Służew neighbourhood

This neighbourhood is located in the south of the city and is perfect if you want to be close to the Warsaw University of Life Sciences. The price of complete apartments starts at 550 euros, always depending on the characteristics and amenities that each one offers.

Rooms for rent in the Czyste neighbourhood

The Czyste neighbourhood is located a bit away from the historic centre of the Polish capital but has a good atmosphere for students. The price of a room in a shared apartment goes from 300 euros per month 3 onwards.

This area is a good alternative if your studies will be on the Ochota campus of the University of Warsaw.

Erasmus accommodation near the University

Finding the most convenient location will depend on the institution you go to. Being the capital of the country, Warsaw has a large number of universities located in different areas of the city. For that reason it is convenient that you identify in which area yours is located and look for a nearby accommodation or with a good transport connection.

Universities in Warsaw

Below we list some of the institutions most chosen by foreign students so that you can find yours and begin to focus your search.

University of Warsaw

It has 21 faculties and 3 different campuses. The main campus is located in the centre of the city, that of Ochota to the southwest and that of Sluzewiec to the south of it. Once you determine which of them you study in, you can start looking for accommodation.

Kozminski University

This university is located in the Prague district, on the right bank of the Vistula River. If your accommodation is in the city centre, you can get there in about 20 minutes by tram.

Warsaw University of Life Sciences (SGGW)

Its main campus is located in the south of the city, about 40 minutes by bus from the old town.

University residence in Warsaw

The offer of this type of accommodation in the Polish city depends on the university where you are studying. Some residences have single, double, and triple rooms and rooms for up to four people. In some cases, shared kitchens and bathrooms, libraries, study areas, laundry facilities and a computer room are also offered.

In general, the university residences in this city are located within the campus of the institutions so that students do not have to assume transportation costs. This type of accommodation is in great demand by those who go on Erasmus to Warsaw, so we recommend submitting an application and booking as soon as possible.

Frequently asked questions about Warsaw

How much does it cost to rent an apartment in Warsaw?
The price of an apartment in this city, as in most Polish cities, varies greatly depending on the location and characteristics. However, keep in mind as a reference that the price of a fully furnished and well-located apartment can be found at 450 euros.
How to rent a cheap student room in Warsaw?
At Erasmus Play we make your search for rooms easy. Once you have identified the most convenient areas for your stay, access our search engine and compare the prices of the offers of different companies and online accommodation platforms.
What are the best areas to live in Warsaw if you are a student?
The historical centre of the city always attracts attention because the best environment for students is concentrated there, but if you are looking for a location a little closer to your University, you can choose other neighbourhoods, such as Służew or Czyste.
What is the monthly expense of a student in Warsaw?
The cost of living will depend on the extra expenses you have per month and the accommodation you choose. However, the average cost is usually between 500-600 euros per month, including accommodation, transport, food and some leisure activities.
Why do Erasmus in Warsaw?
Warsaw has a charm that makes it unique, with the mixture of modern and historical (its old town was declared a World Heritage Site). In addition, the nightlife for students is very good and the gastronomic offer will also surprise you.