Places for doctoral students in Residence Halls

Doctoral students at SGH have the possibility to use accommodation in two residence halls.
  • Residence Hall No. 1 “Sabinki” with 368 places for undergraduate, graduate and doctoral students.
  • Residence Hall No. 3 “Grosik” with 75 places for undergraduate, graduate and doctoral students.

The number of places for doctoral students in an academic year is determined by the Chancellor in consultation with the Undergraduate/Graduate Students’ Self-Government and the Doctoral Students’ Self-Government. However, the number of places available may not be lower than 3% of the total number of places in student residence halls available at the SGH. In the 2020/2021 academic year, there were 13 such places. A place in a residence hall is allocated for a period from October to June of a specific academic year.

How to get a place in a student residence hall?

Pursuant to the Rector’s Order No. 56 of 18 October 2019, places in residence halls are allocated to doctoral students by the the Doctoral Student Grants Appeals Committee

Doctoral students should submit their housing applications to the secretaries of their respective doctoral study programmes or to the head of the office of the SGH Doctoral School. Doctoral students are informed about the deadline for submitting their applications via e-mail sent by the secretary of their respective doctoral study programme or the head of the office of the SGH Doctoral School.

Approximate timing for submitting housing applications: June for doctoral students completing their 1st year of studies, and September for newly admitted doctoral students (about to begin their 1st year). Doctoral students are notified about the allocation decision by e-mail.

Who can get a place in a Student Residence Hall?

Priority in allocating a place in a residence hall from the Appeals Committee’s pool is given in the order set out below, until all places have been allocated:

  1. full-time doctoral students whose permanent place of residence is located more than 40 km away from SGH (this applies to Polish citizens and foreign nationals specified in Article 324, item 2, points 2–8 of the Law on Higher Education and Science),
  2. full-time doctoral students whose permanent place of residence is located up to 40 km away from SGH (this applies to Polish citizens and foreign nationals specified in Article 324, item 2, points 2–8 of the Law on Higher Education and Science),
  3. extramural doctoral students whose permanent place of residence is located more than 40 km away from SGH (this applies to Polish citizens and foreign nationals specified in Article 324, item 2, points 2–8 of the Law on Higher Education and Science),
  4. extramural doctoral students whose permanent place of residence is located up to 40 km away from SGH (this applies to Polish citizens and foreign nationals specified in Article 324, item 2, points 2–8 of the Law on Higher Education and Science),
  5. foreign nationals not mentioned in Article 324, item 2, points 2–8 of the Law on Higher Education and Science, and foreign nationals who have not been exempted from tuition fees under Article 324, item 1 of the Law on Higher Education and Science,
  6. With regard to doctoral students referred to in points 2–5, a place in a residence hall is allocated on the basis of the net income per family member in a household (in ascending order), until all places have been allocated.

The spouse and children of a doctoral student who has been allocated a place are also entitled to live in the residence hall.

Doctoral students are not entitled to a place in a residence hall if:

  • they have enrolled in a study programme outside Poland,
  • they have extended the period of study in their doctoral programme or suspended their education at the SGH Doctoral School.

 

Fees

The monthly fee for a place in the residence hall depends on room size, respectively:

  • PLN 750 for a single room,
  • PLN 600 for a place in a double room.
Accommodation

Check-in is handled by the residence hall administration in consultation with the Appeals Committee. The accommodation for the academic year or the winter semester starts seven days before the start of the academic year and lasts 14 days.

Before checking in, residents are obliged to:

  • sign a contract with SGH on the use of a place in a residence hall,
  • familiarise themselves with the fire safety procedures as well as health and safety regulations,
  • pay the required deposit.

Detailed information about the place allocation rules, check-in, as well as rights and duties of residents are specified in the Rules and Regulations of SGH Residence Hall.

The Doctoral Student Grants Appeals Committee

Skład KSD

  1. mgr Mateusz Cieślak – przewodniczący;
  2. mgr Jolanta Nikścin – wiceprzewodnicząca;
  3. mgr Daniel Krasiński;
  4. mgr Joanna Mantorska;
  5. mgr Włodzimierz Petryk;
  6. mgr Magdalena Piórkowska;
  7. mgr Eugeniusz Tyczyna;
  8. Ewa Krauze

The Doctoral Student Grants Appeals Committee

  1. mgr Patrycja Fatyga – przewodnicząca;
  2. mgr Katarzyna Faber – wiceprzewodnicząca;
  3. mgr Bartłomiej Biesalski;
  4. mgr Ilona Jędrasik;
  5. Maryna Lassota
  6. Klaudia Gizińska

Student Housing Office
phone: 22 564 66 30, 22 564 66 40
e-mail: bds@sgh.waw.pl
office hours: Mon. – Fri. 7:30 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.

Administration of the Residence Hall no. 1 „Sabinki”
al. Niepodległości 147 pok. 1
phone: +48 22 564 66 00
e-mail: bds@sgh.waw.pl
office hours: Mon. – Fri. 7:30 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.

Administration of the Residence Hall no. 3 „Grosik”
ul. Madalińskiego 31/33 pok. 5 
phone: 22 564 80 00
e-mail: bds@sgh.waw.pl
office hours: Mon. – Fri. 7:30 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.

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