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Student accommodation in Warsaw: flats and rooms for rent

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Information about Warsaw

Looking for student accommodation in Warsaw? This article has all the details you need to find and book your accommodation in the Polish capital. From details of available apartments and rooms to the best areas to live, availability of student residences, and answers to the most frequently asked questions by students.

Available accommodationTotalAverage price
Private room Warsaw856€403
Residence Warsaw0
Studio Warsaw35€874
Entire place Warsaw404€1581
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Warsaw is the capital and largest city of Poland. It’s a favourite destination among international and exchange students because of its prestigious universities, vibrant atmosphere, rich history, and relative affordability. Plus, it’s home to the famous Vistula River and is well connected to other major European cities. Let’s dive in!

Student apartments for rent in Warsaw

Renting an apartment is a popular choice for students in the Polish capital. Prices vary based on the area and whether the apartment has multiple rooms or is a studio apartment for one person. Rent for an apartment starts at around €450 per month.

Most apartments usually come fully furnished and can include amenities like washing machines, dishwashers, or common areas in the building. Use our search tool to filter by the features that are most important to you and find your ideal accommodation.

Student rooms for rent in Warsaw

In the Polish capital, you’ll find both single and shared rooms. Shared rooms in private apartments typically accommodate up to two people, while rooms in residences can be shared by two, three, or even four students.

Most rooms come fully furnished with everything you need to move in, so you won’t have any extra costs upon arrival.

Student accommodation in Warsaw

Warsaw is a large city with different neighbourhoods perfect for students. The best area for you depends mainly on your university’s location and the transport connections. Make sure to check this carefully before choosing your place. Here are some recommended areas:

Flats for rent in Stare Miasto

This area is in Warsaw's historic centrewhere the main landmarks are located. A full apartment starts at around €500 per month. This area is perfect if you study at the main campus of the University of Warsaw or if you want to be at the heart of everything.

Apartments in the district of Służew

This district is located south of the city and is perfect if you want to be near Warsaw University of Life Sciences. The price of full apartments starts at around €550, depending on the features and amenities each one offers.

Rooms for rent in the district of Czyste

Czyste is a bit away from the historic centre but has a great student vibe. Spare rooms in shared apartments here are at around €300 per month. It’s a good option if you’re attending the Ochota campus of the University of Warsaw.

Erasmus accommodation near the universities of Warsaw

Being the capital of the city, Warsaw has numerous universities across the city, so it’s crucial to identify your university’s location and find nearby housing or places with good transport connections.

University of Warsaw

This university has 21 faculties across three campuses: the main campus is in the city centre, Ochota in the southwest, and Sluzewiec in the south. All of them are well connected by public transport. Find out more about the campuses and convenient neighbourhoods to live near them in this other article. Additionally, here's information about the University's faculties and their location, so you can determine where yours is located.

Kozminski University

Located in the district of Praga on the right side of the Vistula River, Kozminski University is about 20 minutes by tram from the city centre.

Warsaw University of Life Sciences (SGGW)

This university’s main campus is in the south of the city, about 40 minutes by bus from the historic centre. You can look for student rentals in the southern districts or areas with direct bus routes to the campus.

Student residences in Warsaw

Warsaw offers both private and university-owned student residences. Options include single, double, triple, and quadruple rooms. Some residences provide shared kitchens and bathrooms, libraries, study areas, laundry facilities, and computer rooms.

University residences are generally on campus, saving transport costs and providing a convenient living on-campus experience. This type of accommodation is popular among students spending a semester in Warsaw, so apply and book as soon as possible.

Frequently asked questions about studying in Warsaw

How much does it cost to rent an apartment in Warsaw?
The cost of an apartment in this city varies depending on the location and features. You can find well-located and fully furnished rental apartments for students around €450 per month.
How to rent a cheap room for students in Warsaw?
Erasmus Play makes it easy to find cheap rooms for students. Once you’ve identified the most convenient areas for your stay, use our search tool to compare prices from various companies and online accommodation platforms.
What are the best areas to live in Warsaw as a student?
The historic centre of the city is always attractive because of its vibrant student atmosphere. If you prefer a location closer to your university, consider other districts like Służew or Czyste.
What is the monthly cost for a student in Warsaw?
The cost of living for a student in Warsaw depends on the accommodation you choose and your monthly expenses. On average, expect to spend between €500 and €600 per month, including accommodation, transport, food, and some leisure activities
Why go on Erasmus to Warsaw?
Warsaw has a unique charm, blending modern and historic elements (its old town is a UNESCO World Heritage Site). Plus, the student nightlife is excellent, and the food scene is fantastic. You’ll love the vibrant culture and historical richness of this city!

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