As a student at Aalborg University Copenhagen (AAU CPH) you have different options regarding accommodation. However, finding accommodation in Copenhagen is a challenge. Therefore, we strongly recommend that you start searching for accommodation as soon as possible. Depending on your financial circumstances it is not unusual to spend 1-3 months to find housing in Copenhagen.
Accommodation in Copenhagen
We recommend all students planning to study more than one year in Copenhagen to apply for student housing through:
Renting a private room in Copenhagen usually costs between DDK 3.000-5.000 per month. Student hall rooms vary and cost between DDK 2.000 and 6.000 per month.
The International Accommodation Office at AAU CPH disposes of a limited number of student hall rooms which are rented out on a first come first served basis for 12 months. You can only apply once you have been accepted to the university!
Please use the link below to read more about renting a room through AAU CPH, requirements for applying through the CIU and the KKIK and to find general information and advice on how to search for accommodation.
“Finding an apartment or a room for the right price might be a bit challenging for international students. It is possible but requires patience. Fortunately, Aalborg University helps applying for accommodation within student dormitories.”
Pawel Deregowski, IT, Communication and New Media