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Where to live

To feel at home in your new surroundings, you’re going to need a comfy place to stay – a place where you can kick back, relax, and have your friends over. We’ve collected some tips to help you find the room or apartment that’s right for you.

How about a room in a dormitory?

Many dormitory rooms available in Bayreuth are offered by the local Association for Student Affairs (Studentenwerk). Students must submit their dormitory applications to the Association for Student Affairs by the stated deadline in order to be included in the “lottery” system used to assign rooms. Applications submitted after the deadline are placed on a waiting list.

There are also other dormitory providers:

Student apartments, shared apartments, etc.

How about a one- or two-bedroom apartment, a student apartment, or a room in a shared flat? Or maybe you’re looking for a sub-let for your short-term stay or while you search for the perfect apartment. We recommend checking out the following:

Housing associations

Some of Bayreuth’s housing associations reserve a segment of their apartments for students. Information regarding offers and application procedures can be found on the housing associations’ websites:

Living on the Kulmbach campus

There is, in fact, the option of living in a student hall of residence on the Kulmbach campus. It was built with state subsidies from the Free State of Bavaria and is hence subject to its funding guidelines when allocating places for student accomodation.