- Conditions for our housing
- Which accommodation suits me?
- Apartment number and floor plan
- How do I apply for housing?
- Apply for housing
Our different types of accommodations
In a corridor room, a room with its own toilet and shower is included, but you share a kitchen and dining area with other students.
If you rent a student room in a collective apartment or double apartment, you also have a shared toilet and shower.
Only one person is allowed to live in our student rooms.
Good to know before you book this type of accommodation is that there is a shared responsibility to keep clean and tidy in all common areas. You are expected to clean the kitchen after you have cooked, recycle and take care of your waste. You are responsible for keeping your shelf clean in the fridge and kitchen cabinets. You also need to be willing to cooperate with the others living in the same corridor/apartment. To make everything work as smoothly as possible, we ask everyone to follow the cleaning schedule that is available.
One-room student apartment
When you rent a one-room student apartment, you have a room of approximately 20–30 square meters with a private kitchenette or kitchen. You also have your own toilet and shower. Only one person can be written on the contract for our one-room student apartments. However, it’s allowed to have a person as a roommate.
Multi-room student apartment
When you rent a multi-room student apartment you have an apartment with two to four rooms as well as your own kitchenette or kitchen. Our multi-room student apartments are only rented to students with a fellow tenant or students with children. This means that you can’t rent a multi-room student apartment alone. However, your fellow tenant doesn’t have to be a student.