Bialystok

Student accommodation, flats and rooms for rent in Bialystok

This city is the largest in northeastern Poland. It is located in the Podlachian Voivodeship, of which it is the historical capital. It is a small city in which everything is close by, so you will be able to explore all its corners once you are there. In addition, both in Bialystok and in the surroundings you will be able to enjoy parks and different natural sites.

Bialystok is a quiet city to live in, but Erasmus students usually always have something to do as they organize plans among themselves. There is also the ESN, the Erasmus student association, which is in charge of planning various events, parties and affordable trips for young people.

Are you looking for student accommodation in Bialystok? Keep reading! In this article, you will find different tips that can help you find the right accommodation easily and quickly.

Student apartments for rent in Bialystok

Each of the apartments available to rent in Bialystok has different characteristics, so we recommend that you take a good look at the description and the images provided by the owner. Most of the apartments are furnished and have basic appliances, but some have different features. For example, some may include a washing machine, hairdryer, bathtub and/or balcony.

The price of an apartment with a capacity for up to three people is usually around € 520 per month. Remember that the price is determined according to the characteristics that it has and the location in which it is in the city. Generally, the closer to the city centre, the higher the rental price.

Student room for rent in Bialystok 

Are you looking for a student room for rent in Bialystok? Many students who move to live their Erasmus experience in this Polish city choose this alternative since it is usually cheaper than renting a complete apartment. For this reason, we recommend that you start your search well in advance.

If you access the Erasmus Play search engine, you will be able to see verified rooms from a multitude of online platforms and websites. In it you will be able to compare rooms, seeing the images, prices, locations and entry requirements. Once you find the ideal room for you, make the reservation as soon as possible. Don't let them rent it before you! In the Erasmus Play search engine, you will be able to make the reservation 100% online and secure.

Student accommodation in Bialystok

When moving to a new city it can be overwhelming not knowing which are the best areas to search for accommodation. To prevent this from happening to you, below are some of the most chosen neighbourhoods by international students to live in Bialystok:

Apartments for rent in the centre of Bialystok 

This area contains the most frequented places by the students, including restaurants, bars, discos, shops and places of interest. From here you will also be able to easily reach the city's universities, both on foot, by bicycle or by public transport.

Apartments in Osiedle Piaski

This neighbourhood is south of the centre of Bialystok. In it, you will find affordable coffee shops, restaurants, shops, markets and other places for students. There are several faculties of the city's universities here, which is why many young people choose this neighbourhood to live during their Erasmus experience in Bialystok.

Rooms for rent in Mickiewicza 

Mickiewicza is a neighbourhood that is farther from the city centre, however, it is convenient particularly for those students who are going to go to one of the universities that are located there. In this area, there are large green and natural areas to enjoy.

Erasmus accommodation near the universities of Bialystok 

The following are some of the universities that receive most international students for their mobility in Bialystok:

Politechnika Białostocka (PB) 

The campus of this university is located in the suburban neighbourhood of Osiedle Piaski. This area is usually full of students, so it is usually a good area to live for young people.

University of Bialystok (UWB) 

This institution is the largest in northeastern Poland. Its faculties are spread over one campus, located in the Mickiewicza neighbourhood which is south of the centre of Bialystok, and in various buildings in other areas of the city, all close to the centre.

University residence in Bialystok 

Most of the universities in this Polish city have residences for their students, so you will surely be able to apply for a place if this is your preferred form of accommodation. Each of them differs in the characteristics they include and the facilities they have, which may include a gym, washing machine, study rooms, games and leisure rooms, among others. The cost of living in a residence is usually similar to that of renting a room in a private shared flat.

Frequently Asked Questions about studying in Bialystok 

How much does a student residence cost in Bialystok?
The cost of living in a residence depends on the type of accommodation you choose, which can be a room or a studio flat. Generally, the monthly cost does not exceed € 100 per month, so it is usually a cheap type of accommodation.
Where to look for student accommodation in Bialystok?
Many students move to this city to live the Erasmus experience, so we recommend looking for and comparing accommodation as soon as possible through the Erasmus Play search engine to find one that suits your preferences.
How is student life in Bialystok like?
The student atmosphere in Bialystok is usually very lively, with a wide variety of activities to do every week, many of them organized by ESN. About nightlife, you will be able to take advantage of the parties in the residences, bars and nightclubs, so it is usually very fun but not very diverse.
What is the approximate monthly expense for a student in Bialystok?
A student budget is usually around € 400-450 per month between rent, food and leisure expenses. With the university card, you will be able to obtain a great variety of discounts. In addition, students often walk or bike around the city, which saves on transportation costs.
Why go on Erasmus to Bialystok?
In this Polish city, you will be able to delve into the culture of that country while sharing the experience with other young people from all over the world. Does cold weather throw you back? Do not worry about that, students from previous years ensure that you quickly get used to the cold and that it gets dark early, making you enjoy everything the city has to offer.

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