Our International Office has a limited number of rooms in student halls of residence which we can offer to exchange students.  The rooms differ in size, specification and rates depending on the hall. For organisational reasons it is not possible for you to choose your room yourself, but we will try to find you a room that meets your requirements. Our halls of residence are open to men and women of all religious denominations. In apartment shares, male and female students share kitchens, bathrooms and toilet facilities.

If you want to rent a room via the International Office you must send your application for accommodation and the acceptance of housing to reach Lena Frischholz before the deadline (1 June for winter semester, 1 December for summer semester).

We recommend you to plan your journey in advance, so that you can pick up your room keys on the arrival days within our opening hours (8 am – 4 pm). Otherwise, you will have to arrange temporary accommodation in a hotel or hostel until you can pick up your keys.

Please also carefully read the information on the topics below. For any further information on accommodation, please ask the contact person for housing at the International Office.

The room rental period is always six months (winter semester from September to the end of February, summer semester from March to the end of August).

You can renew your contract (depending on availability) after every semester.

Contracts are renewed or terminated through the International Office with Lena Frischholz.

  • The rate for a single room sharing kitchen and bathroom is around 230 Euro to 350 Euro per month
  • An apartment with sole use of bath and kitchenette will cost around 280 Euro to 400 Euro per month

Please note we can only reserve you a room if you pay the deposit and the reservation fee on time.

  • 350 Euro deposit (refundable when you check out)
  • 60 Euro reservation fee (non-refundable)
  • 410 Euro in total

All rooms are equipped with standard furnishings:

  • Bed with covers, pillow 
  • Desk, chair, cupboard and bookshelf
  • Internet access

Please supply your own bed linen. Washing machines and dryers are available in the halls. Kitchen utensils are not provided so you will have to bring your own our buy them locally. Mains voltage is 220V.

Studentenwerk Niederbayern/Oberpfalz presents examples of their rooms and how to move in to a student dormitory in this video (German with English subtitles). Please note: the video is for illustrative purposes only - the individual dormitories may differ in terms of equipment, furnishings and procedures.

Students can cook for themselves in the halls of residence or eat in the Mensa (refectory) and cafeterias. The Mensa offers hot lunches and dinners from Monday to Friday. Students pay with their student ID, which they have to top up in advance at the cashpoints in front of the Mensa / cafeteria.