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 Accommodation

 
1. Dorms

We provide accommodation for full time international students for programmes conducted in English in dormitory which is situated near SGH premises (within 10 minutes by walking).  However, there is limited number of places at the dormitory. We offer only triple rooms. The cost depends from the building of dormitory (Sabinki or Grosik) and it ranges from 465 till 440 PLN per month.

During the registration in the online system you need to check option that you would like to be in dormitory.

The prices for dormitory for 2016/2017 year are:
  • deposit payable upon arrival (which is returned before departure providing the room and its equipment is not destroyed) – 400 PLN (100 EUR),
  • a place in a three-person room – around 465 PLN/month (118 EUR).
Check in information:

GROSIK
SABINKI

Information about rules and regulations of SGH student residence halls you can find here.

Here you find all information about announcements of renting a room. There is only Polish version.

ATTENTION!

Underage students are required to submit a filled-in form of the Consent of the Legal Guardian for Recruitment for and Accommodation in the SGH Student House .docx

 

2. Accommodation outside of SGH

a) Another option would be to search on your own on this websites:

http://www.easyrenting.pl/
http://www.sus.pl/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=71&Itemid=86&lang=pl
http://pepehousing.com/


b) Also you can try to find a room in Warsaw University of Techonology dormitories
ul. Waryńskiego 12, phone 22 825 25 97

c) Short- term accommodation https://www.airbnb.pl

Offers are not verified by our office.

3. Cost of living in Warsaw

The total cost of living, that would cover basic expenses while living in Warsaw, would amount to 300-400 EUR per month depending on personal demands and lifestyle. Weekend trip to other Polish destinations would be additional 100-200 EUR per trip.

You can eat meal at SGH premises for about 12-15 PLN (around 3-5 EUR). At the dormitory there is fully equipped kitchen you can use.  Food expenses for one month can come roughly to  around 150 EUR. Other expenses: books/entertainment – 150 EUR per month, telephone card – from 2 EUR for 15 units to 5 EUR for 60 units (1 units = 3 minutes of local call), mobile – 12-25 EUR; health insurance – 8 EUR per month, municipal transport - 10 EUR per month. For information about transport tickets tariffs please go here.

 

 Transport

 
For information about transport tickets tariffs please go here.

If you need information how to get to any place in Warsaw, please go here.
 

 Cost of living in Warsaw

 
The total cost of living, that would cover basic expenses while living in Warsaw, would amount to 300-400 EUR per month depending on personal demands and lifestyle. Weekend trip to other Polish destinations would be additional 100-200 EUR per trip.

You can eat meal at SGH premises for about 12-15 PLN (around 3-5 EUR). At the dormitory there is fully equipped kitchen you can use.  Food expenses for one month can come roughly to  around 150 EUR. Other expenses: books/entertainment – 150 EUR per month, telephone card – from 2 EUR for 15 units to 5 EUR for 60 units (1 units = 3 minutes of local call), mobile – 12-25 EUR; health insurance – 8 EUR per month, municipal transport - 15 EUR per month.
 

 Legalisation of stay in Poland

 
If you're a NON-EU citizen and you need any assistance in cases mentioned below, please contact the International Organization for Migration (IOM) or the Foundation for Somalia.

If you need personal consultations in areas: looking for a job or intership, legalization of stay in Poland or finding free Polish language courses, more information you can find here.


1. Temporary residence permit

If a foreigner is staying in Poland on the basis of a visa and wants to remain legally in the country beyond the period of stay to which the visa entitles them, the foreigner must apply for a residence permit for a fixed period.

2. Residence card

A residence card is a document confirming the identity of a foreigner during his stay in Poland. This document, together with a valid passport, confirms the right to stay in Poland and entitles the foreigner to cross the Polish national border numerous times without the need to have a visa. When crossing the border, the residence card should be presented to the Border Guard Service officials, together with a valid foreign passport.

More information can be found here.

3. Polish citizenship

More information about getting Polish citizenship can be found here.
 

 Work in Poland

 
Detailed information about finding work in Poland can be found here.