Are you looking for a house in Enschede and would you like to live close to college, so you can take a quiet walk to your lectures in the morning? If you live in one of the residential groups on the campus of the University of Twente, this dream can become reality. If you study at Saxion University of Applied Sciences and would like to walk, the centre of Enschede is the ideal place to live. Via Roomspot you can easily see which rooms are available. Plus, your registration is free, so do it today!
Campus or centre of Enschede?
Both living on campus and living in the city-centre of Enschede have many advantages. You can walk to your lectures from the campus. There is also a supermarket, a hairdresser and many sports fields. All kinds of events and parties are organised for students throughout the year in the city-centre and on campus. It doesn't really matter which location you prefer, there are always plenty of activities for students organised by the many sports, study and student associations in Twente. Did you know that there are also many students who live in the centre of Enschede and study on campus?
You can reach the campus in 20 minutes by bike and with the good public transport between Hengelo, Enschede and the campus you can also decide to take the bus or train. You can always be in the lecture hall in no time.
The rooms for rent through Roomspot are allocated on the basis of co-optation, or ‘hospiteren’ as it’s called in Dutch. A specific word to indicate that the current residents of a residential group decide who will be the new housemate. Interview evenings are organised. During those evenings, a selection of interested people will have the opportunity to meet the current residents of the house. You will get the opportunity to view the room as well.
A few days after an interview evening you will hear whether you have been chosen. Not chosen? No worries! It happens to the best of us, and fortunately new rooms are added to Roomspot frequently.
There is a suitable home for everyone, register for free today!