You chose for a study programme in Groningen and you already have the permission for your programme?! If you can answer those questions with a ’yes’, you should start thinking about your new home in Groningen. Read More
Finding an appropriate accommodation is not easy, especially in Groningen. Looking for accommodation in the peak season - August and September – can be a nightmare. We therefore advice all international students to try to arrange accommodation AS SOON AS POSSIBLE.
There are two ways of living in Groningen:
If you plan to study in Netherlands be sure you checked everything before your arrival.
Nuffic website provides a great checklist for this.
Here is the link: http://www.nuffic.nl/international-students/how-to-prepare/checklist
The Melkweg/Kraneweg student house is conveniently situated at just a few minutes walking distance from the city centre and close to a nice park. It takes no more than 15 minutes cycling to get to Zernike. It is a relatively small student house, providing accommodation to 46 international students. In the video below you can see what some of the residents of Melkweg/Kraneweg had to say about their experience there. Read More
The Bisschop Nierman Centrum student house, commonly known as just Plutolaan, is probably the closest student house to the Faculty of Economics and Business – 5 minutes walking distance. This student house is only for PhD and Master students, and can accommodate up to 69 international students, most of whom in single rooms. Have a look at our video review to find out if this is the student house for you! Read More
Albertine Agnesplein is a relatively small and cosy student house with a brilliant location halfway between Zernike and the city centre and just a few minutes walking from a nice park. It provides accommodation to 50 students in 24 shared rooms and 2 single rooms. So if you are willing to share a room with another fellow student, this is an affordable and convenient choice. Have a look at what some international students living there had to say about their experience:
Did you choose to live in an international student house in Groningen? Are you wondering what are you going to do once you arrive in Groningen? Do you what to know the exact procedure for registering in your new room? No worries! Read More