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Living in The Hague

Finding a suitable place to live during your studies at The Hague University of Applied Sciences (THUAS) is important. Housing is your own responsibility, but THUAS is glad to provide some arrangements and information to help you on your way.

In general, you can expect to pay around 300 to 600 Euros monthly for accommodation in The Netherlands. The price range is very diverse, depending on possible roommates, location and service costs. For further general information about living in The Netherlands please visit Study in Holland.

DUWO Accommodate

THUAS cooperates with DUWO Accommodate, which has around 400 furnished rooms available for newly arriving international THUAS students. The rental periods are set for one semester, or a maximum period of 1 year. If you would like to make use of DUWO, please visit the the DUWO Accommodate website to make a reservation. Before you make a reservation, please read the general conditions and the how-to-apply document carefully. For questions you can find the DUWO Accommodate contact details.

Housing Anywhere

THUAS also cooperates with Housing Anywhere, a free student‐to‐student housing platform offering rooms on sublease, students‐for‐students. Students from educational institutions in The Hague and other Dutch university towns who for instance go on exchange can offer their room for sublease, and prospective students can apply for rooms offered. For information, please check:

Private market

The Student Hotel offers a new student accommodation option  at a 5-minute walk distance from the THUAS campus. Dutch and international students live together. You can stay up to one year. The Student Hotel provides fully furnished rooms with private and shared kitchens, a gym, bar-restaurant, library and study rooms. With your rent comes a bike as well. You can check out the short term and longer-term options at The Student Hotel website.

You could also try the private market. This accommodation may sometimes be cheaper, however generally it is non‐furnished, and often utilities, taxes and internet have to be paid separately. Also, please note Dutch students may receive a substantial rent subsidy not available to non‐nationals. Please be cautious when dealing with private landlords, in particular related to advance cash payments.

Hotels and Hostels

Students looking for temporary accommodation, from for instance a few days to before entering a room to perhaps a couple of months, may also want to check Student Hotel or Stay Okay, as well as other hotels in The Hague.

Further information

For further information on living in The Hague, please also refer to the section “Living” at

Should you have any questions, you could also contact the International Office of The Hague University of Applied Sciences.

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