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Housing for exchange students


The TU Delft International Office can arrange housing for international MSc students, exchange students and international BSc students enrolled in the English taught BSc programme in Aerospace Engineering. After being admitted, you will receive information on how to arrange accommodation through the University. Accommodation is not guaranteed, however. The number of incoming international students is increasing, while the housing available remains limited. On the right side of this page you can get an impression of the available housing facilities and students opinions by watching the housing videos made by Delft International Student Society (DISS).

TU Delft arranges accommodation in cooperation with the housing organisation DUWO. Both private and shared student units are available. All accommodation includes bed sheets, bedding and pillowcases, and a box with kitchen utensils for one. Almost all rooms are equipped with an internet connection and (shared) washing machines, and are close to the university (within three kilometres). There is some on-campus housing, but generally students live off campus.

Rents range from € 450,- to € 600,- per month, and accommodation can vary from private units to units with shared facilities. Rents include gas, water, electricity, an internet connection and municipal taxes.

DUWO accommodation conditions and application procedure for exchange students 

TU Delft can neither offer nor mediate in finding accommodation for:

  • students seeking admission to the Dutch-language Bachelor’s programmes
  • students not participating in a regular study programme
  • spouses / children.

Arrange your housing yourself

Student housing in Delft is scarce and even Dutch students have difficulty finding suitable accommodation around the beginning of the academic year. You may find the following useful when looking for housing:




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