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Don’t expect to find accommodation on a day’s notice. Make sure that you are in good time finding accommodation before arrival in Denmark.

Like other educational institution in Denmark, Zealand has no residential/accommodation facilities and in principle the students have to make their own arrangements regarding board and lodging however, all of our campuses offer guidance and support in finding accommodation.

There are a number of student halls of residence, both in the area/city where you have been admitted to Zealand as well as in neighbouring areas/cities. International students are eligible for rooms on equal terms with Danish students. Please note that student rooms in Denmark are not furnished.

Please note that we normally distinguish between accommodation for full degree students and for exchange students.

Where can I find accommodation?

We have gathered a list of contact details for housing associations. Remember, you can still sign up for student accommodation even before you have received your Danish CPR-number.


CIU: 0045 46321000
RIU: 0045 46321000
Write through website

Hedeboparken Ungdomsboliger
Same as RIU:
0045 46321000

Ungdomsboliger i Roskilde
Contact through their website


Write through website

Almene boligselskaber Køge
Call specific housing companies to be signed up
Phone call. Find a list of different phone numbers though the website


EUC Sneppen
0045 55 75 33 00

0045 33 34 77 88

Housing for all students (not any specific campus)
No phone

0045 46304700
Write through website

Studieboliger til leje
No phone

Chat from website
Write through website
0045 70101881

KAB (Housing in Copenhagen)
0045 33631000
Write through website

Find Roommate

Rent a room

Homepage (payment)
Apply through website
0045 42903255

0045 33 34 77 88



Gefion Gruop

The Study In Denmark website contains more information about accommodation and tips from other students.

How much does it cost?

In general, accommodation in Denmark is expensive. Prices can vary considerably, dependingon where you live. The capital, Copenhagen, is in general more expensive than outside Copenhagen.

The rent for a student dorm (single room, with small toilet and bath) normally range from EUR 300 to EUR 600.

A shared two-room student dorm normally ranges from EUR 280 to EUR 600 per person.

On top of the rent, sometimes you also must expect to pay for heating, water and electricity.

As a newcomer to Denmark, you must anticipate that accommodation is expensive. If you stay for a longer period of time, you may be fortunate enough to find cheaper alternatives than mentioned here. Finding a cheap place to live is difficult and takes time.

What should I be aware of?

When renting student accommodation in Denmark you normally need to pay the first month’s rent + a deposit of three months rent as one initial payment.

The deposit of three months rent will be returned to you when you move out of the hall of residence (with deduction for maintenance costs).

Please also observe that you need to give three months notice prior to moving out of the hall of residence. If you wish to move out from one day to another, your deposit will usually be lost.

In your research for accommodation in Denmark, you may experience scams. Studyindenmark have provided a guideline for you in order to avoid them.

Student hotels

Due to the situation with COVID-19, some hotels in Denmark are renting out rooms on a monthly basis with discount for students. Some hotels in our Campus cities (Roskilde, Køge and Næstved) are offering this solution as well. We know for sure that following hotels are offering this possibility:

  • Quality Hotel Høje Taastrup (Høje Taastrup / less than 10 minutes by train from Roskilde)
    Phone: +45 43997766

Are you interested in more information about “student hotels”?

You can contact your local student service for more information, either physically at campus or by following mail/phone:

Phone: +45 50762620

Phone: +45 50762640

Phone: +45 50762630


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