Halls of Residence

 

The University provides accommodation in 11 halls of residence with circa 4500 residential facilities (single and double rooms).

The standard accommodation fee for international students per month in a double room shared with another Polish or Erasmus student - 350 zł (around 100 Euros). The price must be paid at the post office or bank by the 25th day of each month, as after that date there is a 10% fine. Rental rates are subject to change every academic year.

Reception desks at the dormitories are open 24 hours a day, so students arriving in Łodź can go straight there. Upon moving in, you are required to pay a deposit equal to two months rent, so please read carefully the dormitory rules in order to have it all back when moving out.

The rooms contain bathrooms with a shower and toilet. Bed-linen is provided, but towels are not. There are fridges in most of the rooms and a shared kitchen on each floor equipped with gas cookers. Kitchen utensils aren t provided so please bring your own. In the dormitory you also have the laundry room, TV room, fitness suite.

Each room has internet connection, and a phone which can be used for communication within the dormitory and for answering calls from the outside. Calls in the other direction can be made from one of the phones in the hall next to the reception desk. You will have to buy a phone card, e.g. in a nearby shop or at the post office.

If students plan to invite a member of their family or a friend for a few days, the visitors can be accommodated in guest rooms in a dormitory but this fact must be reported in the Accommodation Office well in advance.

Although university buildings are scattered all over the city, the dormitories are located on campus which offers a friendly secure environment with excellent facilities, including student clubs, sports grounds, swimming pool, pharmacy, post office, bank, shops, places to eat, libraries and study facilities.

The prices of meals offered at students dining halls are quite moderate: for three meals a day you pay about 75 EUR per month.

Click here for an interactive map of the campus.

  

Accommodation for International students procedure

 

Erasmus Students

Upon receiving your official letter of acceptance from the University of Lodz, your accomodation will have already been booked for you. Please see the following link for more information.

 

Non-Erasmus Students

 All incoming international students are guaranteed accommodation provided that they fill out the accommodation form (download) and send it to International Office by mail (iso@uni.lodz.pl) or by post:


Univeristy of Lodz
International Relations Office
ul. Narutowicza 65
90-131 Lodz

Poland

 

2nd and 3rd year international students of the Faculty of Management who want to remain on campus should fill out a reservation form and send it to:

Agnieszka Dworek

Tel.: (0-42) 66 55 342

Email: dworeka@uni.lodz.pl

Lumumby street 1/3, 90-927 Łódź

Monday 12:00-15.00
Tuesday 10:00-13.00
Wednesday Closed
Thursday 10:00-13:00
Friday 08:30-11.30

The deadline for submitting reservation forms is from the 22nd of April to the 25th of May every year. Please note that failure to submit a reservation form will result in loss of accommodation in the following academic year.

 

Private accommodation


Attention! Costs for renting a room or a flat depend on its location and facilities provided. Please be aware that landlords usually ask for a deposit and that you have to pay for additional bills (gas, electricity, water etc.). Students are advised to formalise their agreements with landlords by signing a written agreement on rent after having carefully read and understood it.

 

Finding an apartment


First of all, the sooner you start searching the better. By the end of September all the best located and cheapest rooms will probably be occupied, so you may end up having very little choice of flats with relatively poor conditions. Don t hesitate to tear off those little pieces of paper with telephone numbers from the announcements hanging on the bus/tram stops. Go and see the board of announcements, which you can find in every academic building.

Another good source worth recommending are newspapers. (the most popular domestic daily newspaper). Of course you can always use real estate agency, but the price of the whole transaction will rise enormously.

Remember that all these announcements are written in Polish, so you may try to find and ask a Polish native speaker to give you a hand.

Halls of Residence

 

The University provides accommodation in 11 halls of residence with circa 4500 residential facilities (single and double rooms).

The standard accommodation fee for international students per month in a double room shared with another Polish or Erasmus student - 350 zł (around 100 Euros). The price must be paid at the post office or bank by the 25th day of each month, as after that date there is a 10% fine. Rental rates are subject to change every academic year.

Reception desks at the dormitories are open 24 hours a day, so students arriving in Łodź can go straight there. Upon moving in, you are required to pay a deposit equal to two months rent, so please read carefully the dormitory rules in order to have it all back when moving out.

The rooms contain bathrooms with a shower and toilet. Bed-linen is provided, but towels are not. There are fridges in most of the rooms and a shared kitchen on each floor equipped with gas cookers. Kitchen utensils aren t provided so please bring your own. In the dormitory you also have the laundry room, TV room, fitness suite.

Each room has internet connection, and a phone which can be used for communication within the dormitory and for answering calls from the outside. Calls in the other direction can be made from one of the phones in the hall next to the reception desk. You will have to buy a phone card, e.g. in a nearby shop or at the post office.

If students plan to invite a member of their family or a friend for a few days, the visitors can be accommodated in guest rooms in a dormitory but this fact must be reported in the Accommodation Office well in advance.

Although university buildings are scattered all over the city, the dormitories are located on campus which offers a friendly secure environment with excellent facilities, including student clubs, sports grounds, swimming pool, pharmacy, post office, bank, shops, places to eat, libraries and study facilities.

The prices of meals offered at students dining halls are quite moderate: for three meals a day you pay about 75 EUR per month.

Click here for an interactive map of the campus.

  

Accommodation for International students procedure

 

Erasmus Students

Upon receiving your official letter of acceptance from the University of Lodz, your accomodation will have already been booked for you. Please see the following link for more information.

 

Non-Erasmus Students

 All incoming international students are guaranteed accommodation provided that they fill out the accommodation form (download) and send it to International Office by mail (iso@uni.lodz.pl) or by post:


Univeristy of Lodz
International Relations Office
ul. Narutowicza 65
90-131 Lodz

Poland

 

2nd and 3rd year international students of the Faculty of Management who want to remain on campus should fill out a reservation form and send it to:

Agnieszka Dworek

Tel.: (0-42) 66 55 342

Email: dworeka@uni.lodz.pl

Lumumby street 1/3, 90-927 Łódź

Monday 12:00-15.00
Tuesday 10:00-13.00
Wednesday Closed
Thursday 10:00-13:00
Friday 08:30-11.30

The deadline for submitting reservation forms is from the 22nd of April to the 25th of May every year. Please note that failure to submit a reservation form will result in loss of accommodation in the following academic year.

 

Private accommodation


Attention! Costs for renting a room or a flat depend on its location and facilities provided. Please be aware that landlords usually ask for a deposit and that you have to pay for additional bills (gas, electricity, water etc.). Students are advised to formalise their agreements with landlords by signing a written agreement on rent after having carefully read and understood it.

 

Finding an apartment


First of all, the sooner you start searching the better. By the end of September all the best located and cheapest rooms will probably be occupied, so you may end up having very little choice of flats with relatively poor conditions. Don t hesitate to tear off those little pieces of paper with telephone numbers from the announcements hanging on the bus/tram stops. Go and see the board of announcements, which you can find in every academic building.

Another good source worth recommending are newspapers. (the most popular domestic daily newspaper). Of course you can always use real estate agency, but the price of the whole transaction will rise enormously.

Remember that all these announcements are written in Polish, so you may try to find and ask a Polish native speaker to give you a hand.

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