Gliwice

Student accommodation, flats and rooms for rent in Gliwice

This Polish city is located in the south of the country, in the Silesian Voivodeship and on the banks of the Kłodnica River. It is a very important city in the region, with different industries, a large port and a prestigious university.

It is only about 20 kilometres away from Katowice, so you will also be able to enjoy everything it has to offer. From Gliwice, you will also be able to travel easily and cheaply to other Polish cities such as Krakow, Wroclaw and Częstochowa, as well as to some places in the Czech Republic and Slovakia since their borders are relatively close.

You might be wondering about how much it costs to live in Gliwice as a student. Just know that living in Poland is usually quite cheap, taking into account that the currency called zloty is used there and the exchange usually favours. However, the cost of living always depends on your lifestyle and how much you want to travel. Here's everything you need to know to rent quality accommodation in the city of Gliwice.

Student apartments for rent in Gliwice

Are you looking for a cheap student apartment in Gliwice? Finding one is not always easy, since the offer of this type of accommodation is not very large. However, from Erasmus Play we help you to make the search simpler, you just have to follow these steps:

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Student room for rent in Gliwice

If your preferred alternative to find accommodation during your Erasmus experience is to rent a room in a shared flat, you are in luck since in Gliwice most of the offers correspond to private rooms, there are also some shared rooms. All of them are usually furnished and have what is necessary for a student: bed, bedding, wardrobe and desk.

Concerningacentre shared rooms, they can have space for two, three or up to four people. Of course, keep in mind that the price that appears is usually for each occupant, not for the entire room.

The average cost of rooms in Gliwice, both private and shared, is usually around € 200 per month. For its part, the minimum is around € 130 per month.

Student accommodation in Gliwice

Most of the students who move to this Polish city choose shared flats that are close to the centre and the university, as this is where they usually spend most of their time. Below are the most chosen neighbourhoods by students:

Apartments for rent in the historic centre of Gliwice

This is usually the most chosen neighbourhood to live in by international students since here you can find many places of interest where young people spend their leisure time, such as squares, bars, restaurants and shops. In addition, this area has beautiful architecture, different monuments and buildings to see.

Apartments in the neighbourhoods that surround the historic centre

Young people also tend to look for a flat in the neighbourhoods that surround the historic centre of the city. In this way, they can also be close to the busiest places of interest. Of course, keep in mind that the further north/northwest you choose the accommodation, the further you will be from the university campus.

Rooms for rent in Baildona

This area is to the east of the city centre. Here the rental prices are usually cheaper, as it is a little further from the downtown area. Another advantage of living here is that you will be close to the large park "Kultury I Wypoczynku".

Erasmus accommodation near Politechnika Śląska (POLSL)

Called in Polish “Politechnika Slaska w Gliwicach”, this institution has a main campus in the city where its faculties meet. It is located southeast of the historic centre of Gliwice, very close to it. If you choose the historic centre to live in, you will be able to reach the campus in about 10 minutes on foot. Also, if you rent a room in a neighbourhood a little further from the centre, the journey to get to the university usually takes no more than 30 minutes on foot.

University residence in Gliwice

Most of the student residences in this Polish city are located within the university campus. The most common type of accommodation offered are double or triple rooms, so you have to think about whether you want to share your space with so many people. The cost usually ranges from approximately € 70 to € 120 per month.

Frequently Asked Questions about living in Gliwice

How much does a student room cost in Gliwice?
Generally, in this Polish city, the average cost of a room in a shared flat is around € 200 per month. However, it always depends on the location, the characteristics of the apartment and whether it is a single room or shared between two or more young people.
Why share a flat with other students in Gliwice?
One of the biggest advantages of living in a shared apartment is that it allows you to save a large sum of money per month, both in the cost of rent and in the cost of utility bills. In addition, living with other students is usually more fun and they will surely become your closest friends during Erasmus.
How is the student life at Gliwice?
It is a medium-sized city but it has many things to do. It is an incredible city for students and young people, who also take the opportunity to have fun at parties and discos. It will be very difficult for you to get bored in this Polish city!
What is the approximate monthly expense for a student at Gliwice?
Living in this city is usually very cheap, especially considering the exchange rate to the zloty. The monthly budget for students in Gliwice is usually around € 450-500 per month, including mid-priced rent, food, entertainment and some inexpensive trips.
Why go on Erasmus to Gliwice?
Despite being small, this city has several beautiful places to enjoy, among which are historical buildings and spectacular landscapes. There are also many activities to do as a student, both day and night, and in or around the city. Of course, remember to bring a coat if you go in winter!

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