Erasmus students





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The most offices operating on the real estate market is so-called offices "multi-tasking", supporting all forms of mediation. They take all offers without their selection.

Very rarely we have to deal with agencies specialize in certain types of property, such as: exclusive apartment,  flats in the city center, the primary or  secondary market or the other.

ebiam company is different from other competing companies because it focuses on mediation in renting flats or rooms for students who come to the Polish in frame of the ERASMUS program.




The Erasmus programme was established in June 1987 as an independently run European Union programme with the aim of supporting student mobility.

The programme is named after the Dutch philosopher Desiderius Erasmus of Rotterdam, know as an opponent of dogmatism, who worked in many places in Europe to expand his knowledge.

In the first year of its existence the programme involved 11 countries, with 3 244 students travelling abroad for study stays.

Since these early beginnings the programme has undergone a series of major changes.

In 2007 the programme was incorporated into the new Lifelong Learning programme (approved for the period 2007 - 2013). It forms a major part of the European Union's Lifelong Learning Programme 2007-2013 and is the operational framework for the European Commission's initiatives in higher education.

Before the Lifelong Learning Programme, the Erasmus Programme had been incorporated in the Socrates Programme, established by the Commission in 1994 and ended in 1999, and in the Socrates II Programme (2000-2007).

In 1995 Erasmus became part of the framework education programme Socrates, and the spectrum of its activities was gradually broadened to include teacher mobility and international cooperation among universities. However, student mobility still remains at the heart of the programme, making it the best-known and most popular of the EU's educational programmes.

The aim of Erasmus is to encourage and support academic mobility of higher education students and teachers within the EU and the European Economic Area and countries of Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway as well as the EU candidate Turkey. Other goals are improving and increasing cooperation between European higher education institutions and European companies, spreading innovation and new pedagogic practice and supports between European Universities.

In 1987, it was possible for 3,224 students to participate in that Programme. In 2006, they are over 150,000 or almost 1% of the European student population and 20,877 teachers, 1.9% of the teacher population in Europe.
There are currently 2,199 higher education institutions participating in the Erasmus Programme across the 31 countries of the Lifelong and Learning Programme and over 1.6 million students have already taken part.

To participate in the Erasmus Programme, students must be studying for a degree or a diploma at a tertiary-level institution and must have completed their first year. They also have to be a citizen of one of the countries in the Lifelong Learning Programme.

Currently the Erasmus programme involves 33 European countries and 90 % of Europe's universities. Over 200 000 students travel abroad through the programme every year. Since its launch in 1987, a total of 3 million European students have taken part in Erasmus stays.

Erasmus +

In 2013 the EU's Committee on Culture and Education accepted a proposal to replace the Erasmus programme (along with a further six programmes) with a single new programme to be named Erasmus+, which will run throughout the period 2014 - 2020. The new Erasmus+ programme will provide opportunities to as many as 5 million students during the entire seven-year period. Funding will be increased by around 73 % compared with present levels.


Erasmus Mundus

There is also the Erasmus Mundus Programme which is another parallel programme opened to non-Europeans only. Its aim is to globalise European education.




Among many other places geographically more attractive because of the climate, Poland is attractive for foreign students, in particular, for financial reasons.

The main problem students who arriving to Polish is to rent flat or room. Many entities, for example universities and their representatives, both in the mother country and country of destination, offers assistance in finding accommodation but often students do it yourself.

Foreign students who coming to Poland expect comfortable accommodations with complete accessories. It is important not only equipment but also the location and availability of shops, restaurants, in the particular distance from the university.

Owners can see many advantages in renting flat to Erasmus student because they can improve the knowledge of a foreign language. They can also offer additional services for students for example tour around the city, showing interesting places or assistance with different issues.


Take into consideration students needs, ebiam company  as the main profile of its activities adopted to help students who start study in Polish universities in finding suitable accommodation.

In connection with the offers intended for foreign students are marked in a special stamp with the word ERASMUS.

We provide a minimum of necessary formalities and the efficient and effective conduct transactions tenancy.
Specially designed for foreign students has been prepared English version of the portal.

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