TU Wien has no own rooms in student residences at its disposal. There are different non-profit student residence providers in Vienna. The price of a room ranges between ~ € 250,- and € 700,- per month.
Booking a room in a student residence is in your own responsibility. We strongly advise you to book an accommodation before you come to Vienna – the sooner, the better! Please inform yourself how to apply for a room via the webpages of the student residences.
The largest non-profit student residence providers in Vienna are:
OeAD student housing
OeAD student housing, partner of TU Wien, is a non-profit student residence provider especially for international students. Due to partnerships with other student accommodation providers, OeAD student housing can offer you a wide range of accommodation in Vienna in addition to their own OeAD-Guesthouses (passive house design). There is the option to fully insure your entire deposit with the OeAD student housing cancellation insurance (voluntary, on your expense).
More information and application: https://www.oeadstudenthousing.at/en, opens an external URL in a new window
Attention: Please register for housing for winter semester 2023/24 as soon as possible. OeAD student housing already has many registrations for WS 2023/24, but there are still places available! (Status: May 2023).
Akademikerhilfe is a charitable association with members form civil, church and economic backgrounds which provides accommodation in 17 different locations in Vienna.
More information & application: https://www.akademikerhilfe.at/en, opens an external URL in a new window
Viennabase – homes for students
On behalf of the City of Vienna, Viennabase - homes for students - offers students from all over the world 1,600 housing units in four houses.
More information & application: www.viennabase.at/en, opens an external URL in a new window
home4students is a non-profit, self-funded organisation, founded by the Austrian Students‘ Union. There are 11 dormitories in Vienna providing different rooms for students.
More information & application: https://www.home4students.at/en/our-dormitories/dormitories-vienna/, opens an external URL in a new window
ÖJAB, Austrian Young Workers Movement, is a non-profit organization that offers living quarters for students and other young people in 14 dormitories in Vienna. ÖJAB is one of Austria‘s largest residence operators and as a youth organization independent of any political party and without any religious affiliations.
More information & application: https://www.oejab.at/en, opens an external URL in a new window
STUWO student housing is a non-profit company that operates and builds student dormitories in Austria. In Vienna you can find 13 dormitories of STUWO.
More information & application: https://www.stuwo.at/en/dormitories/vienna/, opens an external URL in a new window
If you want to move into your apartment out of office hours, you can either
- contact the ESN Buddynetwork (http://buddynetwork.at/),
- use the paid services of iHouse (http://www.ihouse.at) which include (but are not limited to) a 24-hour shuttle service from the Vienna International Airport, transfer to your guesthouse and handover of the keys to your apartment directly on the spot.
Prices for private accommodation are usually higher than for rooms in student residences. Additionally, since landlords generally want to get to know tenants personally, you will have to search for a flat after you arrive in Vienna.
Are you planning to book private accommodation before arriving in Vienna, the international booking platform, HousingAnywhere, provides help for exchange students. Through HousingAnywhere you can safely book your new accommodation before your arrival, as there is no need for in-person viewings. All rooms, studios and apartments are offered by verified private landlords and by outgoing students. To receive a 20% discount on the booking fee, a TU Wien VIP profile and priority access to the listings in Vienna, sign up here: https://housinganywhere.com/Vienna--Austria/tu-wien/sign-up, opens an external URL in a new window.
You can find information about finding your new place on the how it works, opens an external URL in a new window page or by sending an email to email@example.com. Booking via HousingAnywhere enables you to get your new address months in advance. HousingAnywhere will send you a professional invoice following your booking. This document can be useful in obtaining a visa or funding for your exchange.
Other recommended websites to search for private accommodation:
- https://www.immospotter.at/de/wohnung-mieten/moebliert/wien (furnished flats)
- http://www.kulturimpuls.net/zimmer/ (short-term accommodation for academics and visiting professors)
More information about housing in Vienna (student residences, shared flats, private accommodation) can also be found on the following websites:
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