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Students of Warsaw University of Technology live in 13 dormitories.


Accommodation
It is very important to find somewhere to stay when you arrive to Poland. The majority of Universities, with WUT, do guarantee international students a place in campus accommodation - dormitories. To ensure that you do not miss this opportunity, apply for accommodation as soon as you have been accepted onto your course. Make sure that you
follow the correct procedures and meet deadlines.

If you want to live in a student dormitory you need to apply for it before you come to Poland.. To apply, fill in a form
http://www.cwm.pw.edu.pl/EN/index_.phtml?item1=intstudoffice
You can find it on http://pw.esn.pl/incoming
print the form, sign it, scan it and send to dormitory@samorzad.pw.edu.pl.
The dormitories are managed by the International Student Office, be aware that it is a very busy office and it is a good practice to remind them about your application if you do not receive any answer within reasonable time.
Make sure you have received confirmation of your accommodation. If you are planning to arrive in Warsaw NOT during the opening hours of dormitory administration
(Monday-Friday, 8am-4pm), inform about it your Mentor.

If it is your first time in Poland, a dormitory provided by the University of Technology can be the best way to settle in. It will help you to meet other students and become involved
in a good social life.

The dormitories are co-educational. Often rooms are shared (the same sex only).

Our dormitories are not catered accommodation – breakfast and evening meals are not provided, You will have to prepare your own food.
Students of the University of Technology live in 12 dormitories.

Akademik, Bratniak-Muszelka, Pineska, Tulipan and Babilon form a complex of dormitories placed on Narutowicz Square (pl. Narutowicza). Students live in single, double or triple rooms (Akademik) or in segments consisting of two or three rooms (other dorms). They have a gym, swimming pool, library, TV room, ballroom and laundry available. These dormitories
are easy to reach from the WUT main campus (tram routes: 15, 36, 47)
and from the downtown – bus, tram and the underground station “Centrum” (tram routes: 7, 9, 25, 44, bus routes: 517, 523).

Mikrus and Riviera are located near the main campus of WUT. Although Riviera is the most expensive dormitory it presents the highest standard. Students live in two-room segments. 6 students share one bathroom, toilet and a kitchen. In Mikrus there are a lot of double
and triple and a few of single rooms. All the students that live on the same floor share a bathroom, toilet and kitchen. Students that live in Mikrus and Riviera can take advantage of a gym, ‘silent’ rooms (for studying), laundries and ballrooms. The easiest way to get to Mikrus and Riviera is by the underground or by any bus that stops at the underground station “Politechnika”.

Tatrzańska is situated farther from the Warsaw University of Technology Central Area than other dormitories, on Tatrzanska Street (st. Tatrzańska). Students live in small double rooms, and they have laundries and ballrooms available. You can get to Tatrzańska by bus (131, 359, 522 from the bus stop ‘Metro Politechnika’). You should get off at the stop ‘Stępińska’.

Ustronie can be found on Księcia Janusza Street (Wola district). In double and triple rooms live students of the Faculty of Electronics and Information Technology. The main facilities are the tv-watching room and table-tennis room. You can get to Ustronie by bus (109 from the central train station “Dworzec Centralny”, 171, 410 from the city centre and 523
from the ‘Metro Politechnika’ bus stop.You should get off at the stop ‘Ciołka’.

Żaczek is located in the southern campus of the Warsaw University of Technology, among students known as ‘the South’. Students of Material Engineering, Mechatronics, Faculty of Automotive and Construction Machinery Engineering and Production Engineering inhabit the dormitory. In two-room segments four people share a kitchen and a bathroom.
Students have access to a library, computer room, gym, cinema room and laundry. Trams (10, 17 and 33 routes) stop by the dormitory.
It is easy to get there by bus (107, 117, 138, 192 routes) as well.

Wcześniak is a dormitory for students from the School of Social and Technical Sciences in Płock (a branch of the Warsaw University of Technology).

Every room or segment has a telephone with a seperate number. All the telephone numbers are available on particular dormitory’s website. To call the dormitory from WUT, you just dial the four- number extension. Otherwise you have to dial the 234 prefix before the extension.

All the dormitories have their own regulations. You must remember, that in all of them you will need a special card to enter and go to your room. It might be just your Student card or it may be a special cart of inhabitant. If you want to invite someone you have to talk to Councils for the Students Halls of Residence and have their permission. Moreover, a person who will come to you has to leave document in the porter’s office.
The rent for your room in a dormitory has to be paid to the 15th day every month.

Living on Your own
Private sector accommodation options include:
Lodgings – a room in a private home where you share facilities with the family. Meals may be provided or You may have use of the kitchen.
A bedsit is a single room in witch You live and sleep, usually with limited cooking facilities.
Bathroom facilities are usually shared.
A studio fat is a single room with self-contained kitchen and bathroom. Bedsits and studio flats can be lonely places though, as You will be living on Your own.
One of the cheapest (and more sociable) ways of living is to share a flat or house with friends. Rent, bills and cleaning can all then be shared.
There are sources, where You can find information about lodgings for students. It is worth to read daily newspapers (like ‘Gazeta Wyborcza’) or try to find offers via the Internet. Here is a short list of Polish websites, where You can find some advertisements:
1) www.bank.stancji.pl - looking through and announcing offers is free off charge;
2) www.stancje.pl – looking through and announcing offers is free of charge; You can choose any city in Poland to filter available offers; if You want to contact the author of particular advertisement You need to send an SMS to the phone number given on the website;
3) www.polibuda.info, stancje (www.polibuda.info/stancje.php) – looking through and announcing offers is free of charge; usually it is possible to contact the author of a particular offer. Feel free to visit the office of the Students’ Union of WUT – room 165 in the Main Building.

Price of a flat or a room depends on its size and location. The prices vary from 300 PLN per person in districts placed far from the downtown or on the right bank of Vistula (Tarchomin, Żoliborz, Ochota, Praga) to 500- 700 PLN per person near the city centre. Remember: it is possible to negotiate the price with the owner of the flat and maybe pay less than it was
given in an advertisement.




Akademik, Bratniak, Muszelka, Pineska, Tulipan and Babilon form a complex of dormitories placed on Narutowicz Square. Students live in single, double or triple rooms (Akademik) or in segments consisted of two or three rooms (other dorms). They can use the gym, swimming pool, library, TV room, ballroom and laundry. These dormitories are easy to reach from the WUT ground (tramway: 15, 36, 47) and from the centre (tramway: 7, 9, 25, 44, bus: 517, 523).

Mikrus and Riviera are located near the main campus of WUT. Athough Riviera is the most expensive dormitory it has the highest standard. Students live in two- room segments. 6 students share one bathroom, toilet and kitchen. In Mikrus there are double, tripple and couple of single rooms. All the students that live on one floor share bathrooms, toilets and kitchens. Students that live in Mikrus and Riviera can use gym, ‘silent’ rooms (for studying), laundries, and ballrooms. The easiest way to get to Mikrus and Riviera is by underground or by any bus that stops at that underground station “Politechnika”.

Tatrzańska is placed farther from Warsaw University of Technology than other dormitories, on Tatrzańska Street. Students live in small double rooms, they can use laundries and ballrooms. You can reach Tatrzańska by bus (131, 359, 522 from the bus stop ‘Metro Politechnika’). You should get off at bus stop ‘Stępińska’.

Ustronie is on Księcia Janusza Street (district Wola). In double and tripple rooms live students of Faculty of Electronics and Information Technology. The main facilities are the television room and table tennis room. You can get to Ustronie by bus (109 from the central station, 171, 410 from the city centre and 523 from ‘Metro Politechnika’ bus stop. You should get off at the bus stop ‘Ciołka’.

Żaczek is located in the southern campus of Warsaw University of Technology, among students known as ‘south’. Students of Material Engineering, Mechatronics, Faculty of Automotive and Construction Machinery Engineering, Production Engineering inhabit the dormitory. In two- room segments four people share kitchen and bathroom. Students can use library, computer room, gym, cinema room and laundry. Tramways (10, 17 and 33) stop by the dormitory. It is easy to get there by bus (107, 117, 138, 192) as well.

Wcześniak is a dormitory for students from the School of Social and Technical Sciences in Płock (branch of Warsaw University of Technology).

Every room or segment has a telephone number and a telephone. All the telephone numbers are available on particular dormitory’s website. To call the dormitory from WUT, you jus dial the four- number extenstion. Otherwise you have to dial prefix 660 before the extension.
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