Rotterdam is waiting for you
You have chosen to come to Rotterdam for your (pre)master or another study. And the first thing you have to take care about is a nice and cosy student accommodation to stay in. Preferably in the city itself, close to the university and facilities, such as shops, cafes, bars and in the neighborhood of your friends.
Fully equipped flatshare apartments
We focus on offering fully equipped student housing on this platform. Turn key; you only have to bring your clothes, personal belongings and your laptop. With more than 15 years of experience, we know what internationals are looking for and what home base they need. We rent out high end flatshare apartments to groups of international students. Fully equipped means there is a washing machine, a dishwasher, ironing equipment, a vacuum cleaner, kitchenware, bed clothes and free Wi-fi. In every bedroom you have the following at your disposal:
- double-bed & mattress, duvet & pillows
- desk & chair, desk light
- clothes closet & shelves & hangers
- comfort chair and/or sofa & side tables
Maintenance and safety
We strive at keeping our properties in good condition. Therefore you can always reach a service manager to drop your request or report defects to the house that will be solved then. In this way you are able concentrating on your study and do not waste time on unimportants matters. Of course cleaning the house is the groups’ responsibility.
As far as legislation on safety is concerned, you may assume, that each accommodation has a certified smoke alarm and fire extinguishers (yearly checked) as well as new certified electric wiring and heating systems.
Your accommodation and how it works in the Netherlands
It always takes some time to get used to the house your are living in. Things work different than at home. This is the same for how things work in the Netherlands from a social perspective. To speed up this process, we made an e-book with information on basis of frequently asked questions from former students. This e-book will be send to you just before your arrival in the Netherlands. Then you know what to expect and what is expected from you.
Respect is key
Our aim is to maintain an amicable and respectful relationship with serious and social tenants as we think this is the only basis for a healthy relationship. It is of importance that you as a tenant respect the values and norms of the neighborhood and the building you are living in as houses are adjacent to each other and most people prefer a quiet surrounding.