Are you looking for an affordable room or apartment for your study stay in Berlin? At studierendenWERK BERLIN, we are certain to have the right thing for you. To begin with, take a look at our overview of the student residencies we offer. You can then apply. We only accept applications via the website!
Two-room, three-room, four-room and five-room flats with private kitchen and bathroom/toilet
the rooms will be gradually renovated
General Information on the Halls of Residence:
Top location in the district of Charlottenburg, close to the TU campus
Very good transport connections with U-Bahn
Kita (children’s day care centre) available in-house
Car parking spaces can be rented in the underground garage belonging to the building
Nearby to shopping areas
Outdoor area with children’s playground and barbecue area
All flats have a kitchen unit with stove and fridge or a kitchen unit with hob, microwave and fridge
Washing machine room
Hobby and music room
Special note: According to the guidelines of the Foundation, flats may only be rented to female students who are entitled to residence. Under the rental guidelines for residential spaces at the studierendenWERK BERLIN, men entitled to residence may only move in as partners of female tenants.
This student residence is named after Ottilie von Hansemann (born 11 April 1840 in Koblenz, died 12 December 1919 in Berlin).
She was a German woman’s lawyer. In Prussia, she championed women’s rights to enrol at university.
Service offer for students looking for a flat
Are you looking for a room or a flat to study in peace?
From now on, our InfoCenter IC studi@home will be at your disposal for all inquiries concerning living.
We are also happy to receive your inquiries by e-mail at email@example.com. If you want to contact us by phone, dial 030 93939-8990.
We look forward to you!
Your team InfoCenter studi@home
Hardenbergstraße 34 Mensa Foyer 10623 Berlin
Monday to Friday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
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Here you will find offers of other apartment providers in Berlin. Apartment owner can also hire their own living space in our Wohnraumbörse Berlin.
Look here for apartments and shared rooms in Berlin and just outside.
Offer here your living space. No matter if it is a short-term rent or for a longer period. The students will thank you.
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Students from universities in Berlin, Potsdam and at Wildau Technical University of Applied Sciences are offered furnished places to live, close to the universities, at the Student Villages in Schlachtensee and Adlershof.
Here we offer you – subject to the legal and content-related responsibilities of studierendenWERK BERLIN – the option of clicking through offers from various other websites with property listings.
These offers are aimed especially at students who are looking for suitable places to live in and outside of Berlin.
studierendenWERK BERLIN preferentially provides accommodations to students with disabilities and chronic illnesses to facilitate their barrier-free studies.
Sharing a room is now possible in the halls of residence. Even the rent remains the same.
Call for private student accommodation.
FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions towards Housing
Can I sublet my flat?
Yes, with permission of the student residence administration, you can sublet to another Berlin student for a maximum of one semester.
Where can I get advice?
At the InfoCenter study@home at Hardenbergstraße 34, 10623 Berlin.
What am I required to have for my application?
Notice of admission or an enrolment certificate from a Berlin university and the proof of payment of semester contributions.
How do I apply properly, from both inside and outside of Germany?
Since 1 July 2011, applying has been possible through the student residence website only. Please get informed about the residential complexes and living models on these websites. All compulsory fields must be completed in the application form. Please provide your notice of admission, your enrolment certificate or the “Declaration of acceptance a place at university”, a valid receipt from payment of your semester contributions and your ID card or passport. These documents are then uploaded in scanned form. The scanned documents must not exceed 500KB per document.
How do I apply for an flat with my family?
Again, please use the student residence website. In the online student residence application, it is imperative to enter information about your civil status, the name of your spouse and, if necessary, the number children you have. With this information, we can offer you a suitable living space.
How do I apply for an flat with a friend/with friends?
Initially, only one member of the future shared residence applies via the student residence website. The number of additional co-applicants must be indicated on the application form. An “application cover letter” will then be sent by email. This is where the full procedure will be explained in detail. Note: all co-applicants must have residency entitlement according to the guidelines for rental of student housing.
When should I apply?
As soon as the notice of admission or enrolment certificate is available and the semester fees have been paid.
Under which conditions does an application expire?
If you do not have a rental contract, you will receive an email asking if you are still interested in a place of residence. You will get this 90 days after receipt of your application. If you answer the question with “yes”, you remain on the waiting list (for a maximum two years) and will receive the next mail 90 days later. If you do not reply within 7 days, your application will expire.
Tenants are obliged to prove the continuation of their residence eligibility – without being asked to do so – by 15 April and 15 October of each year. They must do this by submitting a semester certificate valid for the current course of studies. Evidence of a valid semester certificate can be provided online via our residence-portal.
Do I have to pay a deposit?
Yes. This amounts to 1.5 times the monthly rent.
Are there rooms or apartments for students with children?
Yes, in some residential complexes, places are available for students with children. The Fraunhoferstraße student residence is specifically designed to meet the needs of students with children.
Are there special childcare facilities for students with children?
In compliance with the contract type, the minimum period of residence is three months.
Are there short-term rentals (days/weeks)?
What regulations apply regarding the Rundfunkbeitrag (called GEZ up until 2013) for students in the student residencies?
The Rundfunkbeitrag – contributions to German broadcast media – must be paid by the resident, i.e. every adult who actually lives there. Because delimitation problems are “pre-programmed”, all tenants who have a valid rental contract and are registered at the residence are counted as being occupants of the residency. More information can be found here.
Registration: To register with student residence website, you will need your application email address and a web password. The password will be sent to you one to two days after your application.
What can I do via the student residence website? You can send us information, you current enrolment certificate, and other files. If you already live in one of our residencies, you can also look at your contract status, terminate your tenancy and do a lot more.
Why can I not log in? Make sure that you have written your email address the same way it was written on the application. Make sure you are entering your password correctly.
Can I bring my pet with me?
No, having pets is prohibited according to the General Terms and Conditions (download).