Internationale Studierende - Wohnen

For students sharing an apartment, communication is absolutely vital. But what's to be done if you don't know the words and gestures won't do? The illustrated dictionary for living at a student dorm will help. By the way, they also explain certain peculiarities about life in Germany - like seperating waste.

There are currently four language combinations available for download:

German - English- Chinese

German - Polish - Russian

German - French - Spanish

German - French - Arabic

Finding your way through the German health care system

The illustrated health dictionary (German-English) explains the basics of the German health care system and contains the essential vocabulary you might need in health-related situations.

Illustrated dictionaries
Illustrated dictionaries

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The Studentenwerk Oldenburg offers housing for students in 7 halls of residence in the city of Oldenburg. The halls of residence run by the Studentenwerk are a good choice for both short and long term accommodation. Situated at comfortable distances from the Carl von Ossietzky University as well as the Jade Hochschule (University of Applied Sciences), the halls provide single rooms, either in shared flats, in double apartments or in single apartments. The single and double apartments have their own kitchen / kitchenette and bathroom, whereas in the shared flats, you find shared kitchens and bathrooms.

Unlike in some other countries, enrolment in a university does not mean that a dorm room is automatically reserved for you! You need to apply for a room in one of the halls of residence by filling in this form. Please bear in mind that an application is not a guarantee of accommodation! There are waiting times for all our dorms, you should check them before applying to make sure that your chances of getting a room are as good as possible.

Depending on the hall of residence, you can rent furnished or unfurnished rooms, some being also partly furnished with a book shelf and a cupboard. Even if the room is fully furnished, students must bring their own bedding (i.e. pillows, duvets and linen) as well as towels, cutlery and crockery. There are no meals provided in the halls of residence, but you can, of course, always visit the restaurants and cafeterias at the University and the Jade Hochschule.

Depending on size and facilities offered, the rents in the halls of residence range between € 180 and about € 360 a month, including utilities (such as water, heating, electricity etc.). Further costs might arise from internet or telephone connections which are available in all rooms.

The Studentenwerk offers an online private accommodation database for international students. There, you can look for room offers published by private landlords and get in touch with them directly.

Please note: You must make sure to arrange for accommodation some time before you arrive in Oldenburg, if possible 3 to 6 months prior to the beginning of your stay! Otherwise it may be extremely difficult to find accomodation in time for the beginning of your studies. There are waiting times for all the halls of residence that range from at least 2 to 6 months and, unfortunately, we cannot offer a room to everyone due to high demand.

In Wilhelmshaven, the Studentenwerk Oldenburg offers housing for students in a hall of residence, situated at a comfortable distance from the University of Applied Sciences "Jade Hochschule". It is a good choice for both shorter and long term accommodation. The hall provides only single rooms, either in double or single apartments with their own kitchen / kitchenette and bathroom or a shared flat, housing four students.

While the rooms are fully furnished, students must bring their own bedding (i.e. pillows, duvets and linen) as well as towels, cutlery and crockery. There are no meals provided in the hall of residence, but students may of course use the restaurant at the University of Applied Sciences.

Depending on size and facilities offered, the rents in the hall of residence range between € 169 an € 172, including utilities such as heating, electricity and water. Further costs might arise from internet or telephone connections which are available in all rooms.

Furthermore, the Studentenwerk offers an online private accommodation database for international students. There, you can look for room offers published by private landlords and get in touch with them directly.

Please note: If you plan to study in Wilhelmshaven as a so called free mover, you must make sure to arrange for accommodation before you arrive in Wilhelmshaven, if possible 3 to 6 months prior to the beginning of your stay! Otherwise it may be difficult to get a suitable room in time for the beginning of your studies.

You can always contact the Student Housing Department for more details or if you have any questions: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

In Emden, the Studentenwerk Oldenburg offers housing for students in four halls of residence. The halls of residence run by the Studentenwerk are a good choice for both shorter and long term accommodation. Situated at comfortable distances from the University of Applied Sciences, the halls and houses provide single rooms, either in shared flats, in double apartments or in single apartments. The single and double apartments have their own kitchen / kitchenette and bathroom, whereas in the shared flats, you find shared kitchens and bathrooms.

Depending on the hall of residence, you can rent furnished or unfurnished rooms, some being also partly furnished with a book shelf and a cupboard. Even if the room is fully furnished, students must bring their own bedding (i.e. pillows, duvets and linen) as well as towels, cutlery and crockery. There are no meals provided in the halls of residence, but students may of course use the restaurant and cafeteria at the University of Applied Sciences.

The rents in the halls of residence range between € 110 and about € 256, not including utilities. Charges for utilities (such as water, heating, electricity etc.) range between 43 and 65 €, depending on the hall of residence. Further costs might arise from internet or telephone connections which are provided in all rooms. When applying for a room, please note that the usual waiting lists may be longer at the beginning of the winter term in september.

Furthermore, the Studentenwerk offers an online private accommodation database for international students. There, you can look for room offers published by private landlords and get in touch with them directly.

Please note: If you want to study in Emden as a so-called free mover, please make sure to arrange for accommodation before you arrive in Emden, if possible 3 to 6 months prior to the beginning of your stay! Otherwise it may be difficult to find accommodation.

     
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