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Flatshare in Warsaw

Warsaw, the capital of Poland, offers a unique lifestyle and culture different from other European countries. This makes it a popular destination for international students looking for a new experience. Arriving alone in a new city can be overwhelming, which is why many young people choose to live in shared flats. This way, you have company from the moment you arrive and, often, the chance to have roommates from around the world. It’s a great opportunity to learn about different cultures while sharing your own.

Available accommodationTotalAverage price
Private room Warsaw866€413
Residence Warsaw0
Studio Warsaw37€883
Entire place Warsaw624€1914
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Advantages and disadvantages of sharing a flat in Warsaw

Here are some advantages and disadvantages of living in shared flats in the Polish capital:

Advantages of sharing a flat in Warsaw

  • The low rent and cost of living in Warsaw help you save money, allowing you to travel more around the country, which is generally very affordable.
  • Polish customs are unique. If you have Polish roommates, try to learn as much as you can about their culture. They might seem distant at first, but they often become good friends.

Disadvantages of sharing a flat in Warsaw

  • Warsaw gets very cold during winter and autumn. Make sure your accommodation has a good heating system. Utility bills are often not included in the rent, so discuss and agree on heating usage with your roommates to avoid conflicts.
  • Some apartments and spare rooms may not be in great condition. Always check photos and details carefully before booking.

Erasmus Apps for your exchange programme in Warsaw

To make your exchange process smoother, use the available Erasmus+ apps. The European Commission app is particularly useful. It allows you to request new mobility programmes, manage different procedures, view your Learning Agreement, and read tips on life in the city, among other essential aspects for your exchange.

How to meet people in Warsaw

Apart from connecting with your flatmates, here are some ways to meet people in Warsaw:

Student associations in Warsaw

The Erasmus Student Network (ESN) has branches in most universities in Warsaw. ESN volunteers organise affordable activities, events, workshops, and excursions for students, making it a great way to meet other young people in the Polish capital. They also host events that bring together students from different universities, giving you more opportunity to meet students from other schools.

Facebook groups for Erasmus students in Warsaw

Facebook groups help exchange students meet others in the same situation and stay informed about activities in the city. You’ll find several groups created by ESN, divided by academic year, making it easier to connect with peers who will be in Warsaw at the same time.

WhatsApp groups for Erasmus students in Warsaw

WhatsApp groups allow students to stay in direct contact, quickly organise plans, and find out about current events in the city.

Tips for living in a shared apartment in Warsaw

Keep these tips in mind when living in a shared flat in the Polish capital:

  • Noise restrictions are strict after 10/11 p.m. Respect these rules to avoid issues with your landlord and neighbours.
  • Don’t worry if you’re not fluent in Polish. Most locals speak English, making communication easier. However, learning some basic Polish can be a great idea and can help you immerse yourself in the culture.
  • Rental prices tend to rise before the school semester starts. Search for housing early and secure your apartment several months in advance to avoid higher costs.
  • Warsaw welcomes many students, with many friendly and open young people, making it easy to make friends.

Frequently Asked Questions about sharing a flat in Warsaw

How much does a shared flat cost in Warsaw?
Renting an apartment with more than two rooms usually starts at €450 per month, not including expenses, which are divided among all roommates. If you prefer to rent a spare room in an already inhabited flat, expect to pay around €250 per month.
Where to look for shared flats in Warsaw?
Use the Erasmus Play search engine to find both rooms and full apartments for several people. Compare the available accommodations and make the reservation completely online and safely when you find the ideal one for you.
How to meet people in Warsaw?
In Warsaw, you can join many student associations, as well as various Facebook and WhatsApp groups. Sharing a flat is also a great way to meet people and ensure you’re not alone when you arrive in the city.
Why share a student flat in Warsaw?
Sharing a flat helps you save on rent, which allows you to have more money for activities and trips, enhancing your experience. Plus, your roommates will likely become some of your closest people to you during your exchange.
What to ask before moving into a shared apartment in Warsaw?
Some important questions to ask your potential flatmates include: Do they like to party a lot, or are they quieter? Do they listen to loud music or play an instrument? Do they regularly organise gatherings in the apartment? Is smoking allowed inside? Think about what aspects are important to you.

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