You might decide to arrange your own housing. This, unfortunately, can be challenging. To help you to get started, we have collected practical information for you.
Arranging your own accommodation
In case you are going to arrange your own housing please make sure you do start in time, in order to avoid stress and disapointment. It can be challenging to arrange your own accommodation.
Next to this, it is important to arrange an official rental agreement. This is one of the conditions for living and getting registered in the Netherlands.
It's common in the Netherlands to arrange your student accommodation via online platforms. Examples of these platforms are Roomspot for housing in Enschede and Room for housing in Deventer. Both websites are available in English and will give you the opportunity to search for your student accommodation.
For Enschede you can also check the pages of the Dutch Student Union (LSVB)
There are plenty of other website and platform that can help you during your search. Please be aware of the fact that some might require a registration fee!*
*Disclaimer: Saxion does not endorse or recommend any specific housing agency, landlord or any individual property owner. Saxion does not inspect any of the accommodation listed and does not accept any liability for any of the accommodation advertised in the above mentioned sites.
You could make use of your network and get in touch with current Saxion students. Perhaps they can help you further! If you are attending the student onboarding programme, you can for example reach out to other current and future students. Or discover the tips & tricks on our platform IntoSaxion about housing.