Accommodation in Germany
Accommodation in Germany
Here in Germany, there are temporary accommodation choices for international students to choose from like: hotels, hostels, youth hostels if a student is a member of a youth hostel society, which requires a student to pay a small amount of money each year, just find about the youth hostels society in your mother country in the first hand to have them prepare a good accommodation for you in Germany.
Some universities in Germany, the Studentenwerk and religious university organizations, provide new students with temporary housing for the first nights in Germany; undoubtedly, a student can also stay at a hotel, guest house or a youth hostel.
Students spend between EUR 300 – 600 a month for any accommodation based upon the higher education institution's location; in large cities, for instance, the cost of any accommodation is higher than any other location. So, students on average, stay in students’ halls of residence or shared apartments for their cheap prices.
Some of the best resources to find accommodation in Germany for international students:
Halls of residence are by far suitable places to live in while studying in Germany, because they are cheap, close and furnished. To tell the truth, it is difficult to have a private living place in Germany for international students, and this relates to many reasons.
Some of the reasons behind difficulties in finding a private place to live in Germany are: landlords are always looking for permanent renters, private housings are not furnished, the price of a rent rises from time to time, most of private flats are in need of renovations which are in need of tenants to renovate...
Some companies in Germany provide international students with rooms and shared rooms having in common study rooms, gyms,... where students can stay comfortably with companions and interact with other tenants around, so that they wouldn’t feel annoyed, as these rooms are just hosting students and young skillful people.
At the same time, the bills of electricity, water, internet and crucial facilities are included in the rent expenses.Our advice to foreign students is to try to select their landlords rigorously so that they can avoid any trouble in the future; or they can consult one of these companies responsible for looking for a place for foreign students to stay in while studying in Germany.
The other thing to care about is the deposit of money; if the rent deposit insurance is not agreed upon, then the money has to be kept in a safe placeto make sure they cannot be lost.
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