When looking for accommodation with SSSB, you have three alternatives:
- Student room – a smaller room without its own kitchen, though most of them have their own bathrooms. Your live together with other students in a corridor, in parts of a collective apartment or parts of a twin apartment.
- Studio apartment – a one-roomed apartment, normally 20–30 sq.m. with a kitchenette.
- Student apartment – a larger apartment. SSSB has a wide range of different apartments, 1–4 rooms with their own kitchen or kitchenette.
The various categories have different requirements attached to them and you must be aware of these when looking for accommodation:
- Student room: only one person is allowed to live in a student room.
- Studio apartment: only one person is stated on the rental agreement, but you choose if you want to live one or two persons in the apartment.
- Student apartments: are only let to co-habiting couples, families with children, single parents or two friends. You are not allowed to live alone in this kind of apartment and the one who book the apartment must to be a student.
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Some of our student rooms (rooms in corridor) are furnished. A basic set of furniture is included, but please note that you have to bring your own mattress to the bed. When you rent a furnished room a supplementary cost is added to your rent. Look carefully when you book accommodation to see if the room is furnished or not (marked with a green dot in the list).
Many of our housing areas have communal function rooms, to which the tenants have access via the local tenants' association run by the students themselves. These can be party-rooms, saunas, gymnasiums or photographic darkrooms. Access to such premises varies depending on in which housing area you live.
Communal function rooms
All our housing areas have laundry-rooms, to which tenants have access free of charge. Most properties also have communal areas such as bicycle-rooms, bulky waste-rooms and other types of communal function rooms.