The Housing Office manages a limited number of corridor rooms  and studio apartments in Stockholm. Unfortunately, due to the high demand and shortage of accommodation in Stockholm, we cannot guarantee accommodation for every exchange student and we cannot provide housing for students with children. During the autumn semester we cannot offer accommodation to international master students, or to students that are here on an Erasmus internship. If we have vacancies during the spring semester we may be able to rent out rooms or apartments temporarily to international master students or students that are here on an Erasmus internship (only until June 30). As it is very hard to find accommodation in Stockholm, we advise students that have not been given accommodation through the Housing Office to start looking as soon as possible.

Exchange students that will study at Stockholm University for the autumn semester 2014 will receive an e-mail on May 20 with information on how to apply for housing. You cannot apply for housing any other way!

Exchange student that will study at Stockholm University for the spring semester 2015 will receive an e-mail on October 20 with information on how to apply for housing. You cannot apply for housing any other way!

For more information about finding housing on your own please click on the following link:  http://www.su.se/english/study/student-services/housing-for-exchange-students/find-housing-on-your-own

Apply for housing

In order to be able to apply for housing you need to be an exchange student who is registered at Stockholm University for studies. Please observe that we cannot provide housing for students with children.

http://www.su.se/english/study/student-services/housing-for-exchange-students/apply-for-housing

Arrival and finding the Housing Office

Practical information on how to get to Stockholm, the University and the Housing Office.

http://www.su.se/english/study/student-services/housing-for-exchange-students/arrival

For tenants

As a tenant you are obliged to follow the Housing Office's rules and regulations. It is important to keep our housing units in good condition, for your own and other tenants’ well being. Here you can find useful information on a range of important matters. More information: http://www.su.se/english/study/student-services/housing-for-exchange-students/for-tenants

Housing areas

Here you find information on our accommodation areas, location, etc. Our rooms for exchange students are located in different areas in Stockholm.  More information: http://www.su.se/english/study/student-services/housing-for-exchange-students/housing-areas

Preparing to return home

Things to think about when preparing to return home: clean your room and return the keys on time. More information: http://www.su.se/english/study/student-services/housing-for-exchange-students/preparing-to-return-home

Key pick-up and signing the rent contract

Housing Office Key Desk, Campus Frescati, Södra Huset, Entrance B, Floor 3, Monday-Friday between 08:00-16:00.

E-mail to the Housing Office: studenthousing@su.se

To report non-emergency fault reports please use the maintenance service request form.

Returning your keys

Walk down to the 3rd floor from Entrance B and walk into the corridor straight ahead. Make a right at the elevators. The Housing Office Key Desk is open Monday-Friday between 08:00-16:00. If you arrive when they are closed, the keys can be dropped in the Key Box located on the right side of the elevators when Södra Huset is open (see information below). Please note! If you do not return your keys on time, we will charge you with a fee of SEK 1000.

Södra Huset is open

Monday-Thursday: 06:30-22:00
Friday: 06:30-20:00


Saturday-Sunday: 08:00-18:00
(closed on public holidays)

Remember that you must put your keys in an envelope and write your name, address and room-/apartment number on it before you put it in the keys box.

Also, please note that you are not allowed to return the keys at any other place than the Housing Office Key Desk or the Key Box in Södra Huset.