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Finding accommodation is one of the great challenges of student life, so it's best to act early! Crous rooms and studio apartments, private accommodation or social housing, discover the different accommodation solutions according to your profile, the length of your stay and your budget.

European Doctoral College

The European Doctoral College is a residence of the University of Strasbourg dedicated primarily to PhD students, in particular to newcomers and co-tutors, then to post-doctoral students, visiting researchers... It is ideally located on the Esplanade university campus, Boulevard de la Victoire, near the "Observatoire" tram stop.

The eight-floor building offers 100 studio apartments of between 22m² and 26m², six social areas with balconies and lounges, an indoor garden, an amphitheatre, an auditorium, a fitness room, a resource and seminar room, as well as offices reserved for the CDE administration and the University of Strasbourg's research department.

Email : cde-booking@unistra.fr

Website of the European Doctoral College

Crous university residences

The Crous (Centre régional des œuvres universitaires et scolaires) provides 5,000 beds for students in university residences in Strasbourg

The rooms and studio apartments are furnished, with individual or shared kitchen and sanitary facilities. These accommodations are intended for students with a limited budget. Rents range from €175 to €473 per month. The number of places is limited.

Halls of residence - Rooms :

Halls of residence – Studio apartments :

Accessible accommodation for students with disabilities:

The Crous has accommodation specially adapted and accessible to people with disabilities. Find the complete list of accommodation on the website Crous de Strasbourg.

International University House

Managed by the Amitel association, the International University House consists of 170 furnished studio apartments dedicated primarily to welcoming the international students and researchers of the University of Strasbourg. The surface area of the studio apartments varies from 18.5m² to 40m². Most of them are equipped to accommodate people with reduced mobility.

Many services are available to residents: reception 7 days a week, catering, wifi connection, launderette, gym, music room, bicycle rental.

To apply for accommodation at the International University House, visit the website Amitel.

Did you know?

On the ground floor of the International University House is located the international reception service of the University of Strasbourg
It groups together all the services available for international students and researchers welcomed at the University of Strasbourg and allows you to benefit from personalised assistance with administrative procedures, as well as search for accommodation,

Private residences

There are many private residences for students in Strasbourg. The accommodation offered is mainly single rooms and studio apartments. The rent is equivalent to private sector accommodation, i.e. between €400 and €800.

The residences generally offer services and common areas for all residents (laundry, cafeteria, study room, activities, bicycle room, etc.). To reserve accommodation, you must contact the residence and complete an application form.

Please note that application fees are frequently charged. They vary in amount and usually represent one month's rent.

Did you know?

The University of Strasbourg can provide special offers from partner establishments to all its students and staff. To benefit, contact: info-logement@unistra.fr

Halls of residence

A hall of residence is a social institution. It usually offers single or shared rooms, furnished or unfurnished, of a smaller size than a private residence. The hall of residence includes common areas (kitchen, infirmary, laundry facilities) and sometimes even a catering service.

This type of institution is often run by non-profit companies or by charitable or religious associations.

It is aimed at students with modest incomes or young workers in the process of integration.

Private accommodations

Lokaviz

Lokaviz is the accommodation referencing centre of the Crous which offers students accommodations from private landlords. Students can consult the online advertisements free of charge on the website  Lokaviz after having registered on: www.etudiant.gouv.fr

Toit+Moi

Toit+Moi is a student-senior accommodation website. It proposes a cohabitation between students and local retired people who are interested in intercultural and intergenerational exchanges The rent is capped at €150 per month. There is no commitment against services. Throughout the period of cohabitation, a local organisation will provide you with personal assistance whenever necessary.

To consult the available advertisements, register on: toitplusmoi.eu

Estate agencies

Estate agencies can also offer you accommodation adapted to your needs, depending on your profile and family situation. However, there are management fees to be expected, which are usually equivalent to one month's rent.

FNAIM (Fédération Nationale de l’Immobilier) groups the advertisements of a large number of real estate agencies. The offers can be consulted on: www.fnaim.fr and www.fnaim-alsace.com

FNAIM du Bas-Rhin
8 rue Wodli
67000 Strasbourg
03 88 32 51 30

Advertisements from individuals

In the private sector, many newspapers regularly publish housing advertisements. Internet sites dedicated to advertisements between individuals are also undeniable resources.

Here is a non-exhaustive list of the main advertising websites: 

You can also find information about accommodation on the website of the city of Strasbourg: www.strasbourg.eu/logement

Be careful!

There are many rental scams. Do not pay any money until you have visited the accommodation or signed a tenancy agreement. Some landlords require a cheque or bank transfer to reserve the accommodation. This practice is illegal in France. For advice or legal assistance on housing matters, you can contact the ANIL (National Agency for Housing Information) for free: http:// https://www.anil.org/ or the ADIL 67 (Departemental Agency for Housing Information) : www.adil67.org

Apartment-sharing

Apartment-sharing is the renting of the same accommodation by several people who may or may not know each other, in order to share the rental costs or to enjoy a friendly atmosphere.

Here are some indicative websites that list shared accommodation and put you in contact with other students:

Temporary accommodation

If you are visiting Strasbourg for a business trip, an internship or an exam and are looking for short-term accommodation, or if you are waiting for permanent accommodation and need to be housed for a few days, here are some temporary accommodation solutions.

Bed’n’Crous

The Crous offers rooms and studio apartments in university residences for stays of a few days depending on availability and at attractive rates. You can consult the available accommodation on: www.bedandcrous.com

Youth hostel

Very popular with student travellers, youth hostels are an interesting economic solution to facilitate your arrival in a new city, or when you are still looking for long-term accommodation Rates are generally between €8 and €20 per night depending on the configuration of the room (single, double, dormitory). The sanitary facilities and kitchen are shared by all residents.

In Strasbourg, there are 2 youth hostels, each offering preferential rates to university students:

Hotel residences and furnished tourist accommodation

The Strasbourg Tourist Office offers a wide range of temporary accommodation solutions in hotel residences, guest rooms or furnished tourist accommodation. Find the available advertisements on: www.visitstrasbourg.fr

Did you know?

The University of Strasbourg can provide special offers from partner establishments to all its students and staff. To benefit, contact: info-logement@unistra.fr

Établissement associé de l'Université de Strasbourg
Fondation Université de Strasbourg
Investissements d'Avenir
Ligue européenne des universités de recherche (LERU)
EUCOR, Le Campus européen
CNRS
Inserm Grand Est
HRS4R