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About Berlin City

Berlin, the capital city of Germany, has recently secured its spot among the top 10 best student cities in the world. Over 30,000 international students come to pursue their higher studies in Berlin and are always looking for accommodation. We at University Living have eased the process and made it hassle-free for international students to find student accommodation in Berlin.

Berlin is a cosmopolitan city and an ideal student destination in the world. Many reasons make Berlin stand out from the rest of the cities in Europe. For one, it is affordable in every way; the city offers students a low cost of living, low cost of student accommodation and tuition fees. Whether it's a public or private university, the quality of education is top-class! Even the public health care system is amazing! Studying in Berlin allows you to experience the best student life on and off campus.

Regarding safety, Berlin has a good safe score index (Numbeo), ranking the city at 215 of 416 cities worldwide. The city is dominated by a young student population, keeping the town vibrant and busy.

Berlin is becoming a hub for startups and unicorns in Germany, providing work opportunities. With so many companies now setting up in Berlin, there's always a need for skilled workers. So, if you graduate with a course that meets industry standards, you can apply for a job here. The job market and opportunities are huge in Berlin!

Berlin offers free access to public transportation for students living and studying in schools, colleges and uni.

History of Berlin

It laid its foundation in the 14th century as the Kingdom of Prussia and flourished in the 18th and 19th centuries as a German Empire. It lasted for a while until the end of WW1.

After 1900, Berlin was thriving as a world city and held its leadership in military, government, diplomacy and a few others. During WW11, Berlin was destroyed by artillery warfare and others. It was then divided among four allied powers and encapsulated in the Cold War between the East and West. By 1990, it was restored, and Berlin became the capital city of Germany and a major world city

Facts of Berlin City

  1. Berlin is one of the greenest cities in Europe
  2. Berlin has the longest open-air gallery in the world
  3. Berlin has more waterways than Amsterdam and Venice
  4. Berlin is home to many museums in the world
  5. Berlin has over 150 theaters

Discover your perfect student accommodation in Berlin

Berlin offers a wide range of accommodation for international students. If you want to find the best and most secure housing, you can contact our experts, who will assist you in finding a home.

The student housing in Berlin encompasses studios, suites, and en-suite rooms. They are safe, secure and located near campus and social amenities. Another choice is student apartments, which are off-campus accommodations. Both types of housing come with an all-inclusive package of benefits to provide you with the most comfortable stay in Berlin.

The average cost of student housing in Berlin will range from €200 - €250 /week. If you take a shared student room, you can save money. The rent on your student room will include your utility bills, taking the burden off your shoulders. Even with services and maintenance, they will handle everything for you. They are usually in a close location to the campus, too, which also cuts costs on your transportation! And, if you need public transit, the stops are within walking distance!

Whether you want luxury or cheap student rooms in Berlin, you will find them easily on our website. There's a list of a wide range of spaces you can choose per your needs and requirements. If you want short-term student accommodation options, they are also available with flexible check-in and check-out.

Types of accommodation in Berlin for Students 

The student accommodation in Berlin is budget-friendly and yet still fully furnished. There are three types of student accommodation you can find in Berlin. They are listed below with a brief description of each type and pricing. University Living lists the different types of accommodation in many parts of the area in Berlin.

Student Housing: Student housing is also known as PBSA, one of the most popular types of student accommodation. The off-campus accommodation offers fully furnished rooms (shared bathroom or private), with fully-fitted kitchen, chairs, study tables, and wardrobes. They are also well equipped with top notch amenities to foster a comfortable living environment.

Private Student Apartment: Private student apartments in Berlin are well-suited for those looking for private and independent living. They are located not far from the campus buildings. There's a wide range of apartments you can choose to stay as a student, whether you want a private apartment or a shared apartment; you can find them on our website.

These student accommodations come with amenities like a laundry room, study room, gym room, common room, swimming pool, wi-fi, CCTV, pet-friendly, etc. You can get more detailed information on the amenities available in the accommodation on our website.

Finest 5 Areas For Students To Live In Berlin

Friedrichshain

Friedrichshain is a popular area among students and families. It is a safe area with its closest neighborhood, Kreuzberg. There are plenty of things to do- art, culture, nightlife eateries, cheap and cool bars.

Kreuzberg

Kreuzberg is a district and popular student area in Berlin as it offers affordable housing. The site is vibrant and an excellent choice for newcomers. It has many restaurants, shops, casual bars, food stalls, and trendy cafes.

Mitte

This is one trendy area that is a central borough of the city. It is home to famous landmarks, sites, countless opportunities, and lively nightlife.

Neukölln

Neukölln is a hip town crowded with many expats and a student population. There are cool bars, cafes, vintage shops and a big Turkish market to shop for fresh produce.

Prenzlauer Berg

Another ideal locality for the young crowd is Berlin, the most urban area of Pokaw. There are lines of shops, restaurants and a very big flea market in Mauerpark.

Ideal cost of living in Berlin

Berlin is affordable compared to other cities in Germany and Europe. The cost of living in Berlin will range between €950 – €1,700 /month. The cost of your expenses will depend upon your lifestyle and will vary from person to person. The tuition fees will not be included in the cost of living. On average, student housing in Berlin will cost €800 - €950 /month. Student housing offers the most affordable prices as student accommodation. You can search and find homes at the best deals on our website.

The cost of food expenses will depend upon your spending and eating habits. If you love eating out a lot, it will cost you more than cooking meals at home. Let's say you plan to eat at a mid-range restaurant, it will cost you €30 /person, and if you want to catch up with friends and have a drink or two, it will cost €4 /beer, fast food meal will cost €10 /person. As for groceries, it will cost on average €300 /month.

Best travel transportation service in Berlin

Berlin has extensive and well-connected public transportation, such as light rails, underground buses, and trams. These modes of transportation are the most convenient way to get around the city and its neighboring areas. If you need to travel from your student accommodation to any university, they are the best and cheapest way.

S-Bahn: A light rail covers 15 stations within the city center and its suburban area. It runs above the ground. The cost of a short trip ticket will be around €2 / person.

U-Bahn: They are known as subways or underground, which is known for its yellow color. It runs through 173 stations underground, but some run above ground too. The cost of the ticket for the U-Bahn will cost €3 /person.

Buses: The buses are another cheap mode of travel in Berlin.They cover routes not covered by other public transportation in urban and suburban areas. Berlin also features double-decker buses.

Berlin Discount Cards For Students: The best travel card for students studying in Berlin is the WelcomeCard. It is free to be used on public transportation in the Berlin AB area.

Famous Universities in Berlin

Free University of Berlin (Freie Universitaet Berlin)

It is one of the top public institutions in Germany and ranks # 98 in QS World University Rankings. It is a free university that does not charge any tuition fee for most of its programs except for a nominal semester fee.

The Humboldt University of Berlin (Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin)

It is a public research university that offers free tuition fees for students. It has earned its title, " University of Excellence," under the German Excellence Initiative. The university ranks # 120 in the QS World University Rankings.

Technical University Berlin (Technische Universität Berlin)

The Technical University of Berlin is a tuition-free university located at the capital center and ranks # =154 in QS World University Rankings. It is one of the 20th largest universities in Germany.

Berlin University of Arts (The Universität der Kün ste Berlin)

It is a public art and design school that offers free tuition fees and is considered one of Europe's largest schools. The medium of instruction in this school is in German, and they offer Bachelor's and Master's degrees.

Evangelische Hochschule Berlin (Evangelische Hochschule Berlin)

It is a private university that offers bachelor's and master's degrees in the areas of medicine, nursing, social work and religion.

Berlin Tourist Attractions

The Brandenburg Gate (Brandenburger Tor)

The Brandenburg Gate is one of Germany's most iconic and historical landmarks. It was built to start the road from Berlin town to Brandenburg an der Havel. Visiting the site at night is the best time to see its beauty.

Berlin TV Tower (The Ferrnsehturm)

The Berlin TV Tower is the tallest structure in Germany, 3rd in the EU, and 4th in the world after the Empire State Building, Ostankino Tower and 875 North Michigan Ave.

Checkpoint Charlie ("Checkpoint C")

It is popularly known as the Berlin Wall, a memorial site and one of Germany's most popular tourist attractions. It was opened in 1989, but with Germany's unification in 1990, it became open to the public.

The Museum Island (Museumsinsel)

It is one of the most important sites in Europe and one of the most visited sites in Berlin, Germany. It was declared a UNESCO Heritage Site in 1999 and an assembly of 5 museums in the center of Berlin.

Gendarmenmarkt ('Men-at-arms market')

It is one of the most charming sites and squares in Berlin, home to 3 of the most impressive buildings: the French Cathedral, the German Cathedral and the Konzerthaus.
 

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FAQs
Q. Can I get a furnished student room in Berlin?

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Yes, you can get a student-furnished room in Berlin with a bed, kitchen, Wardrobe, Chest of Drawers, Study Desk with Chair, Shared Kitchen, Shared Bathroom, Mirror, and Bedside Table with modern amenities.

Q. What should I consider while making a booking for student accommodation in Berlin?

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Some of the essential things to keep in mind and consider before booking a student accommodation are the budget, location, price, amenities, and your other preferences.

Q. When should I begin looking for student accommodation in Berlin?

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The best time to look for student accommodation in Berlin is after receiving an offer letter from the university. It is said that the earlier you book your accommodation the better it is.

Q. Do I have different room types for student accommodation in Berlin?

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Yes, student housing comprises studio student rooms, suites, and en-suite student rooms. There's also the option of student private apartments and shared student apartments in Berlin.

Q. Can I get discounts for student accommodation in Berlin?

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We always offer ongoing discounts if you book student accommodation in Berlin with University Living. By booking your accommodation early, you will not only receive discounted prices on student accommodation, but you can choose and pick according to your desired location, price, amenities, and so on. Also, you get the best, secure, and comfortable student home in Berlin.

Q. What are some of the renowned universities in Berlin?

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The top 10 universities in Berlin are Freie Universität Berlin, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Technische Universität Berlin, Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin, ESMT Berlin, SRH Hochschule Berlin, Universität der Künste Berlin (University of the Arts), HTW Berlin University of Applied Sciences, Steinbeis University and Berlin International University of Applied Sciences.

Q. Will my student accommodation in Berlin be close to the universities?

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Yes, the student accommodation in Berlin is close to universities. They are located near most of the campus universities. They are off-campus housing close to universities in Berlin. While choosing your student accommodation, you can filter your search by university and find accommodation close to one.

Q. Is Berlin affordable for students?

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Berlin is an affordable student city compared to the big cities in Europe. The monthly expenses in Berlin will come to about €1,080 - €1,180/month, excluding tuition fees. The monthly payments will include the cost of student rent €795/month, the cost of groceries in Berlin €200-300/month, and travel costs in Berlin €85/month (assuming a monthly pass for public transportation).

Q. What are some of the best student locations in Berlin?

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Some of the best student areas in Berlin are Mitte, Prenzlauer Berg, Friedrichshain, Kreuzberg, Neukölln, Charlottenburg, and Schöneberg.

Q. Can I stay with a friend at my student accommodation in Berlin?

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Yes, you can get student-guided accommodation to share a room with your friend. We have a list of furnished student accommodation in Berlin. It comes with amenities and includes utility bills, too. We are here 24/7 to offer you guidance, help, and support in finding and booking accommodation with your friend.

Q. Can I pay the rent for my student rooms in installments?

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You can pay either monthly or yearly through credit/debit, cheque, or money order. To confirm your booking, you need to pay a security deposit of 1000 euro.

Q. How to get around Berlin?

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Berlin has an extensive and cost-efficient mode of public transportation like U-Bahn (Subway), S-Bahn (Suburban Railway), Trams, Buses, and Car Rentals.

Q. Will my rent include some expenses?

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Student housing rent in Berlin comes with furnished rooms with modern amenities and inclusive utility bills of Heating, Electricity, WiFi, etc featuring a Secure door entry.

Q. Can I take a look at my student accommodation in Berlin before booking?

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Yes, the house viewing is certainly one of the most important phases to do before booking student accommodation in Berlin. Make a request with one of our agents, and they will arrange and schedule a date and time according to your convenience. You can request an online or offline viewing of the student accommodation before booking and paying.

Q. What should I do if I can't afford student accommodation in Berlin?

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You can seek financial assistance, get a part-time job, opt for shared accommodation, and find a way to live on a budget. There are many grants and scholarships available that can cover your cost.

Q. Can my accommodation in Berlin be changed if I don't like it?

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Yes, you can request a room replacement service with us. A dedicated accommodation expert will be assigned to you, who will guide you through the process, help you with replacement, and even find a perfect new home for you, if needed, within 60 days.

Q. Are there some places that I can visit while I am in Berlin?

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Some of the best free places to visit Berlin are Berlin Cathedral, Brandenburg Gate, Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe, Reichstag Building, East Side Gallery, Charlottenburg Palace, Berlin Zoological Garden, Victory Column, Berliner Fernsehturm, Topography of Terror, etc.

Q. What are the most popular part-time jobs in Berlin for students?

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Some of the most popular part-time jobs in Berlin for students are Research assistantships, English tutors, Student Assistants, Waiting Tables, Industrial Production Assistants, Babysitting, Call Center Operators, Home delivery, etc.

Q. Do students get scholarships for their studies in Berlin?

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There are Government-funded scholarships, Non-government scholarships, and University-specific scholarships. Some universities in Germany offer 100% scholarships which means you can use your tuition money to cover your cost of living in Berlin.