Accommodation in Rotterdam

Inholland Rotterdam offers accommodation for exchange students in the Cité building (approximately €650,-/ €700,- euros), situated next to the Inholland building.

Exchange students

Inholland Rotterdam offers accommodation for exchange students in the Cité building (approximately €675,-/ €725,- euros), situated next to the Inholland building. Information about the application procedure for accommodation will be available and send to you after you've been accepted to the exchange programme. (This will be in May or November, depending on the semester you choose)

Be aware that we have a limited number of rooms available. If you are interested, we recommend you to apply as soon as the information is available.

Dutch students and young professionals going on exchange can offer their rooms for rent via Housing Anywhere.  As a student of Inholland University of Applied Sciences you can receive a VIP profile and priority access to the listings in Rotterdam, Delft and The Hague of Housinganywhere.

You have the opportunity to sign up for the international student housing platform where you can safely book your new room, offered by verified private landlords and by outgoing students. You are free to sign up at their platform.  Do you need more information or have a specific question? Send an email to vip@housinganywhere.com.

 

Finding your own accommodation

If want to live in Rotterdam and do not want to wait for the accommodation Inholland is offering, we want to advise you to start looking for accommodation at an early stage. Rotterdam is a large city and many people are looking for housing. The websites below may help you to find suitable accommodation that match your needs and budget.

You can also check the Facebook groups Student Housing Rotterdam and Commodity Market Rotterdam

Websites 

Alternative options in Rotterdam and surroundings:

IMPORTANT INFORMATION:

Please realize that renting a room through all of these services falls under your own responsibility, so be aware of fake accounts. 

Never send a copy of your ID if you do not know who the owner is. Furthermore, never pay deposit or rent until you have the keys to the accommodation in your possession. If the landlord wants to send you the keys by post, this is usually a sign of fraud as well,  as well as a payment via Western Union. Be careful of these signs! 

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