Dormitory – Collegium Da Vinci Poznań

Collegium Da Vinci provides accommodation in a comfortable dormitory located 400 m from the university building. You can find the details on the Student Depot Polonez website.

International Student Coordinator may send you instruction about place reservation.

Reservation options:
• 01/09/2021 – 30/06/2022
• 01/09/2021 – 30/08/2022

Type of room:
• Twin Studio Premium – 999 zł/ person
• Studio Premium –1540 zł/person
• Singe room PREMIUM with a kitchenette in the apartment – 1340 zł/person
• Large single room PREMIUM with a kitchenette in the apartment – 1440 zł/person

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Living in a dormitory is a good way to meet new people from different countries and cities of Poland, quickly learn a new language and make friends.

When booking a dormitory, remember that the number of rooms is limited. The optimal reservation period is June. Book a place in the dormitory for 10 or 12 months.

What is important to know to book a place?

  • choose room type
  • write an email to Polonez Administration according to the instruction sent by International Student Coordinator
  • pay for: a deposit and administration fee (this administration fee payment is not refundable). Payment must be made within 7 days after receiving the email with the reservation confirmation from the Polonez Student Depot administration.
  • you must pay for the first month of your stay in a bank account, which will be indicated by the administration of Polonez Student Depot, or in exceptional cases, you can pay on the first day upon arrival (confirm this option with administration).
  • if you plan to check in on a weekend, you must inform the hostel about the date of arrival and time.
  • stay in touch with administration and be ready and inform about any changes.

To find accommodation in Poznan, you can use the services of an intermediary agency or do your own search. You may also ask a Coordinator to send you another options (if there are such). In this article, we describe how to find housing on our own.

Where can I find an accomodation?

You can use the Google search engine by entering a simple search query “mieszkania do wynajęcia poznań”.

Please read the agreement carefully before you sing it.

What words can ne useful when searching?

  • Mieszkanie – flat
  • Ogłoszenie – advertisement
  • Wynajem – rent
  • Blok – block of flats
  • Kamienica – tenement house
  • Kawalerka – studio
  • Pokój – room
  • Jednopokojowe, dwupokojowe, trzypokojowe – single, double, tripple.
  • Parter – ground floor
  • Poziom – floor
  • Czynsz –  monthly fee
  • Kaucja-deposit
  • Umowa-rental agreement

You will have to contact the landlord in Polish or English. Many of them leave an e-mail as a means of communication; look for the “Napisz wiadomość”- “write a message” option on the website. Or we can recommend using SMS communication, so you will have time to write a response in a foreign language, but it is better, of course, to ask someone from Polish friends to help you.

To find out whether it will be convenient for you to go to university, enter the address of the apartment and the address of our university in jakdojade.pl. University address: Poznań, 10 Gen. Tadeusza Kutrzeby Street.

How much does it cost to rent an apartment?

Exact prices are indicated in online ads. The price, as in other countries, depends on the location of the apartment, the number of rooms, furniture and the quality of the repair. Usually indicated is “czynsz” – a monthly fee, but you need to find out how much the average payment for utility bills which is paid separately. If “cena do negocjacji” is indicated, it means that the owner is ready to bargain. Some landlords indicate in the ad the need to pay deposit – this is the amount of money that is transferred to the landlord upon entering the apartment and is with him until you decide to change your place of residence. If during your stay you need to replace equipment, make cosmetic repairs, then this amount will be deducted from the deposit. In Polish, it is called “kaucja”.

P.S Once you arrive, check your appartment and take pictures of any damages you see. Discuss it with our landlord otherwise you may get part of your deposit in the end of your stay.