With more than 4,000 international students coming to study in Germany each year (and that number is growing), it’s vital that you know where to live when you arrive. You will need accommodation for both your studies and your free time. This blog post provides an overview of the types of accommodation available, how much they cost and what to expect from them. It also includes important information on visas and works permits! escort sakarya
International students are often confused about the different types of accommodations available in Germany. They may not know which type suits them best or how much it costs per month – this blog post should help answer these questions! It’s important to realize that there is no such thing as a one-size-fits-all solution. The type of accommodation you choose depends on your personal preferences and living style, as well as how much money you can afford. In this blog post, I will try to cover the different types of accommodations, associated costs and requirements for each type.
Before you can choose where to live, you need to decide what type of accommodation would suit your preferences and needs best.
There are 4 main options available for international students:
student halls of residence ( Wohnheime / Wohngemeinschaften ),
shared apartments ( Zimmer in einer WG / Wohngemeinschaft ),
shared houses ( Wohngemeinschaft mit eigenem Hausstand / WG )
and private accommodation.
(Note: The following prices are averages, obtained from student surveys. They may be higher or lower depending on the location, type of apartment/flat, etc.)
Student halls of residence (“Wohnheime”)
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Student halls of residence (“Wohnheime”) are often available at universities or private colleges. They are large buildings in which students have their own room but share kitchens, bathrooms, living rooms and other facilities. They are not always located in the city centre, so you may need to travel a few stops by public transportation to reach your university – however, this is usually cheaper than paying for a monthly public transport ticket, which is required at some universities. Wohnheime can typically accommodate about 4-6 students in each room. These rooms are usually furnished and have internet access. The rent for these rooms varies from €120 to €180 per month.
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Shared apartments come with built-in private kitchens and bathrooms, as well as internet access. This type of accommodation is usually located in the city centre or close to universities, so you can get there on foot or by bicycle. Shared apartments are easier to find than Wohnheime, but they’re not always cheaper (especially if you want a room with its own private facilities). The rent for these rooms varies from €200 to €300 per month. serdivan escort bayan
Shared houses are apartment buildings
Shared houses are apartment buildings that have been divided into multiple rooms, each with its own kitchen and bathroom facilities. This is my personal favourite – I lived in one of these during my studies, and it has all the benefits of a hotel room at a fraction of the price! You can cook your own food and spend as much time as you like with your housemates. Each room usually has its own internet connection and cable TV. The rent for these rooms varies from €250 to €300 per month.
Private accommodation is a great option if you plan to live by yourself or with another international student. This type of accommodation provides you with a room, kitchen and bathroom – which you must supply yourself. Some cities/countries may require you to sign a lease or rental agreement for at least one year. The rent for these rooms varies from €300 to €500 per month.
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As you can see, there are many types of accommodation available for international students in Germany.By knowing where to go and what options are best suited to your needs, it should be much easier to find the perfect place to live while studying abroad. We would love an opportunity to answer any queries or concerns that might arise during the process of finding housing here at our university.” KCRCONSULTANTS