Organisations and platforms

Below a list of organisations and platforms that (also) cater to international students. Please note that these are only listed to aid you in your search for accommodation. TU Delft has no affiliation with these organisations and platforms and cannot be held responsible for services and accommodations offered by them.

Unfurnished student accommodations

In the Netherlands it is very common to rent unfurnished accommodations. Though sometimes a priority scheme is in place for international students, be aware that this is a competitive market on which Dutch students are also looking for accommodation.

ROOM.nl
ROOM.nl is the platform on which DUWO and other organisations advertise their vacant student accommodations. Registering requires a one-time fee of €35,-. The longer you are registered, the higher your ranking. If you intend to stay in Delft for multiple years, registering with ROOM.nl will probably help you obtain an accommodation later in your studies. Though on a selected number of accommodations international students coming from abroad will be offered priority during the months of June, July and August. Instructions on how to register with ROOM you’ll find here.

Vote-ins
When a room becomes available in a student residence, the remaining tenants can select their new flatmate. This procedure is called voting in, a.k.a. candidating or co-opting. You can find upcoming vote-ins on the DUWO website and Roombase. Note that this procedure usually involves an evening in which candidates visit the property to undergo a selection procedure.

Furnished student accommodations

Most organisations that cater to international students offer furnished accommodations that are rented out for a fixed rental period. Please note not all providers include utilities and municipal taxes in their rent prices. The following organisations and platforms also offer furnished accommodations.