The new academic year will open in just over a month. Are you a freshman at the first experience or have you decided to stop commuting? The first important step to do is to find suitable accommodation. If you don’t know how to do it you’re in the right place, keep reading this guide and you’ll know how.

I’m talking about:

What kind of accommodation to choose
How to find the right accommodation.
What kind of accommodation to choose
The first important step to finding the right accommodation is to understand what you are looking for.

A room in the student residence
A room in a shared apartment
An independent apartment
What is studentate?
The student residence is a structure composed of single and double rooms, with common recreational spaces, spaces dedicated to the study, kitchens, laundries etc.

These structures are home to many students and for the quiet life they are equipped with regulations to which all students must adhere

Generally they are large structures with 10-15 rooms (even more) in addition to the common areas.

The costs are generally very low as they enjoy public contributions, but to access them you must have certain requirements and be accessed through a notice.

Room in shared apartment.
Structure clearly smaller, three four rooms between singles and doubles. Each student has at his disposal a study corner. The kitchen is usually the only shared environment.

Often the students who live together are given the rules of cohabitation and home management , cleaning etc.

The average national price in recent years is around € 450 per month for a single and € 300 for a double. Obviously the price depends on the city where you will be staying.

Independent apartment
On the independent apartment there is little to say, an accommodation all for you to manage as you see fit, but the costs are high.

How to search
As I told you before, in the student residence, you enter through a notice, so if you want to try to enter it, you should keep an eye on the calls promoted by the institution in the summer to the university you have chosen.

For private accommodation you can find ads on bulletin boards posted at universities, on rental portals and in specialized newspapers. Before stopping a private room or apartment , go to see it and find out about the type of contract they intend to make, because the “sòla” can be around the corner.


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