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Living and studying and partying!

One of the advantages of living in a private dorm is the student atmosphere. You won’t find it anywhere else. The peers in the rooms next door, many attending the same university as you, provide an opportunity to study together and to party.

When you come to a new city to start your first year of studies, you meet new people and discover new places. But when you are surrounded by young people who are in a similar situation, it is so much easier to survive those first months away from home. You won’t feel lonely with students around, just step outside your room, because your peer lives right behind your wall.


Book now for second semester!

Are you not sure where you would like to live in the next semester? Or maybe you already have an apartment, but do not feel good in it? Don’t waste time, click the PRICES button, check available rooms and book yours now. In our microapartments live students from Poland and abroad, coming to us for entire studies or only for one semester exchange. Join them and enjoy the comfort, great company and friendly atmosphere!


However, if you value your own space and independence, choose comfort micro apartments with a beautiful panorama of Wroclaw. And meet your friends in our cafeteria or at a party in the neighbor’s room. There will be plenty of opportunities. We have a lot going on!

Check it out by clicking the PRICES button. The booking process is intuitive and does not require leaving home – a few clicks and a problem with finding ...


We refund the booking fee!

Are you a high school graduate not sure whether you will be accepted by your chosen university? Do not worry and book your microapartment now! In case the uni decision is unfavourable, we will refund you the reservation fee reduced by only PLN 100!


How to prepare documents required to stay in Poland?

Za to po zakończeniu studiów, jako absolwent polskiej uczelni możesz ubiegać się o pozwolenie na pozostanie w Polsce jeszcze przez rok w celu poszukiwania pracy.

How to register residence in Wroclaw?

If you‘re a citizen of a country outside the European Union you will also have to register your residence in Wrocław at the City Hall. For stays longer than 14 days (and if you intend to study that certainly concerns your...

How to get a social security number PESEL?

PESEL is an abbreviation of a social security number, a primary reference number, which is used in Poland. If you are a foreigner and get a permission for permanent residence, you should recive your PESEL after registering residence. However, if you get permission only for a temporary stay, but a polish social security number is still required from you, you can also submit an applic...


Public transport in Wroclaw

If you do not use a monthly ticket, you can always buy a paper ticket in a newsstand, in a vending machine at the bus stop (payment by cash or credit card) or in a machine on the tram or bus (in this case, you pay only with card). It’s really not worth to drive stowaways – in public transport controllers can regularly check you, and the fine for the lack of a ticket is 150 zł!

Here, we give you a brief summary of basic ...

Importantly, if you forget your student ID or are traveling with friends that are not entitled to discounts – two discounted time tickets for 30-minutes, 60-minutes, 90-minutes, 24-hours, 48-hours, 72-hours and 168-hours replace full price tickets respectively provided that they both are validated at the same time.

  • Name tickets encoded on Wroclaw URBANCARD – personalized by n...

Can a foreigner study in Poland for free?

Card of the Pole, which is a document confirming belonging to the Polish Nation (but not citizenship), allows you to not only study at public universities in Poland for free, but also to apply for a scholarship, allowance, Minister’s scholarship for outstanding achievement or scholarship of the Polish Government.

You may also be accepted at Polish universities through a qualification procedure for candidates with Polish citizenship, if you have: agreement for a long-term residence in the European Union, refugee status or permission to settle in Polish, and if you are a citizen of an EU/European Economic Area with the right of permanent residence, use of temporary protection in our country, you are a migrant worker, a citizens of the EU or the...


A place to live while studying in Wroclaw?

Apartment for rent

Wroclaw has a well-organized communication network, which is why virtually every part of the city provides easy access to universities.

  • Wroclaw University of Technology (Politechnika Wrocławska) – easily reached from the area of ​​Grunwaldzki Square and downtown of the city.
  • University of Life Sciences (Uniwersytet Przyrodniczy) is also located on Grunwaldzki Square, so it’s als...

Micro apartments in LAS

Have you noticed that among the places with the best access to the universities Downtown was mentioned most often? There, on Prusa 9 Street our private dorm LAS is located! It offers well designed one-room micro apartments with bathroom and a kitchen area – Single or Single Plus (with a slightly larger area) – or two-rooms micro apartments with a shared bathroom and a kitchen area. Every r...


Health insurance for students

  • If you were considered a student of Polish origin in the light of the law on repatriation and you are not a citizen of an EU Member State nor EFTA Member States, you can also enter into an individual voluntary agreement with the National Health Fund. You should submit a certificate issued by the Polish consul in the country of residence to your University, and within 7 days from signing the agreement with the National Health Fu...
  • If only your grandparents are insured in Poland – your parents are not subject to health insurance in Poland or another EU country, while you are not entitled to health care benefits in another capacity, e.g. due to employment contract – they can also report you for health insurance benefits.
  • Of course, foreign students may also buy health insurance with any insurance company of their choice.

The budget of a student in Wrocław

While studying in Wrocław you can assume that you will spend an average of 1600 -2500 zł per month, but bear in mind that organising yourself in a new place will require much higher expenses in the first month.

What regular expenses can you expect each month?

  • Apartments
    Place in a university dorm costs between 400 and 1000 PLN/month, depending on the university and the number of people you’d be sharing your room with. The availability of rooms in dorms is very limited, however, and the standard in many buildings leaves a lot to be desired.In the case you choose to live in a micro apartment in LAS, the rent will depend on type of the apartment you choose and nu...