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Berlin Wedding

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  €627/month

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  €609/month

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  €715/month

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  €680/month

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Find Your Student Accommodation in Berlin

Pulsating with museums, tasty beer, cultural landmarks, rich history and wild nightlife, Berlin is known for being one of the most creative, hip, progressive cities in Europe. It is the capital of Germany and it’s a city like no other in the world. Berlin is a beautiful city packed to the brim with history and overflowing with a variety of food, incredible culture, and striking artwork. The city is made up of 12 districts boasting plenty of green spaces, swimming lakes, and more than 2,500 public parks and gardens. 

Students from all over the world come to this magnificent city to study in its prestigious higher education institutions. The increase in the number of students coming to Berlin has made finding affordable student home Berlin quite challenging. University Living, a global studen t housing platform that specialises in Purpose-Built Student Accommodation (PBSA) has come up with a wide range of student housing options in Berlin. These private accommodations are newly built and come with all the basic amenities required for a comfortable living. 

Student accommodation in Berlin

It is not difficult to find a good place to live in Berlin. There are plenty of stay options available that includes homestays, hostels, private apartments, and PBSA. You can choose any of these depending on your budget and other requirements. Although PBSA as a student accommodation Berlin is much better than other options because of the facilities and comfort they offer. These off-campus alternatives are quite popular among students because of their affordable prices, freedom they offer, and no hidden costs. They also quite safe and secure as every property is located in a good residential area and also offer modern security measures. 

What makes Berlin unique?

Berlin might be a modern city, but it has a very high and vast history too. The people of this city has seen the historic Cold War and the separation by Berlin wall, all still fresh in their memories. The city is getting quite popular for being a culinary hotspot in Europe. Berlin is a paradise for any foodie, from authentic German cuisine to international street food, there is something for everyone. The best thing about this city is that it is a hot spot for expats of every nationality, bringing together a beautiful melting pot of cultures. Party animals will be glad to know that this city is famed for its outrageous nightlife. 

Explore Berlin

Berlin is a historical odyssey with its monuments and museums paying tribute to its tragedies, You can’t-miss is a trip to the remains of the Berlin Wall at East Side Gallery or the Brandenburg Gate - the only remaining historical city gate and now a symbol of Germany’s reunification. There are plenty of clubs along the River Spree, offering a spectacle of colour, dance, hedonism, burlesque and techno. The city is home to dozens of green spaces, parks and waterways. There are many good parks such as Tiergarten and Britzer Garten where you can enjoy a picnic with friends and family. Where many country have strict alcohol laws, here in Berlin it is quite normal to find people drinking on the streets. You can visit Schleusenkrug and Klunkerkranich rooftop beer gardens to enjoy the evenings with your pals.

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Frequently Asked Questions

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Q. How can I rent student accommodation in Berlin?

A. Booking of rooms through University Living can be done in 3 easy steps: a) Choose the accommodation you like. b) Pay initial security deposit if asked for. c) Confirm your booking. In all these steps our team of student housing experts will be there to provide free guidance to you.

Q. Does my student housing in Berlin offer any onsite amenities?

A. All properties listed on our website comes with a wide range of onsite amenities such as laundry room, fitness centre, bike storage, TV, air conditioning, heating, study areas, vending machine, microwave, fully-fitted kitchen, and a lot more.

Q. Where can I stay while doing a language course in summer?

A. Students doing short-term language courses in Berlin can stay in fully-furnished student accommodations offered by University Living. You can book these accommodations by visiting the summer stay option on our website.

Q. What are the best student housing options available in Berlin?

A. The largest city of Germany, Berlin is home to a number of top universities and colleges. There are many good student homes located close to these universities such as Living House Berlin, and more.

Q. Can I view my student home in Berlin before booking?

A. Yes. If you want to view your accommodation before booking it, get in touch with our accommodation experts, and we will arrange a virtual tour for you.

Q. Will I get cleaning and laundry services at my Berlin student home?

A. There are card-operated washing machines with dryer facility available at most properties, so doing your laundry is actually quite easy. Students are expected to keep their rooms clean while common areas are looked after by the housekeeping team at regular intervals.

Q. Where can I stay during my placement year?

A. Students who are working during their placement year have to be a full-time student at a university of the same residing city in Germany. They can stay in the student homes listed on University Living website. As long as you’re a student at a university you can choose to stay in any of the student accommodation you choose.

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