Don’t expect to find accommodation on a days notice. Make sure that you are in good time finding accommodation before arrival in Denmark.
Accommodation full degree students:
You should start to look for accommodation before you arrive to Denmark, as it can be very difficult to find accommodation right before the semester begins.
There are a number of student halls of residence, both in the cities of our campuses and in the Copenhagen area. International students are eligible for rooms on equal terms with Danish students. Please note that student rooms in Denmark are not furnished.
Some of our campuses can offer help you find temporary accommodation for the first months in Denmark. During that period, you will have to find more permanent accommodation by yourself. This kind of offer will be a” take it or leave it” offer since we never can honour special needs and wishes if providing assistance. Please refer to each campus for further details on specific assistance which can be offered.
Finding accommodation, yourself
You have different options of accommodation in Denmark. Some prefer to rent a room from a Danish student or landlord others prefer the more communal environments of a student hall of residence (kollegium). Others rent an apartment or a house, which they share with friends.
In general, the rent of a room in a student halls of residence is cheaper than that of a private room. You can apply online on www.findbolig.nu. The website is in Danish but they have elaborated a guide in English on how to apply: http://www.findbolig.nu/da-DK/Common/Help/English. We strongly recommend that you apply for accommodation well before arrival in Denmark as there may be waiting lists.
Our campuses can help you find temporary accommodation. This kind of offer will be a” take it or leave it” offer since we never can honour special needs and wishes if providing assistance. Please refer to each campus for further details on specific assistance which can be offered.