The University provides foreign students with accommodation in student halls of residence. We have 9 such halls. Most of them are situated on the two main campuses.
All rooms are double or triple, but some single rooms are also available. Students share bathrooms, laundry rooms and kitchens. Bedrooms include a bed, a wardrobe, a worktop and a chair, and usually a washbasin. The bed linen is provided. Students need to bring their own towels as well as crockery and cutlery. The cost of a vacancy in a dormitory can be estimated at 50-60 EUR per month and this probably represents the least expensive type of accommodation.
Lunch/dinner can be eaten at our University cafeterias offering inexpensive and diversified meals (about 2 EUR). Every day there is a choice of dishes available, including vegetarian food. There are also various kinds of food available at restaurants, pubs and bistros around the campuses and the city.
Foreign students also have the possibility of renting a private apartment. If wishing to do so, students can look for apartment rental advertisements in the local newspapers or on the advertisement boards.