Student housing for rent in Rome, Italy

Chisimaio

 

Student housing for rent in Rome | HousingAnywhere

 

This apartment is a popular accommodation for students. This place is only minutes  by walk to  public transport and La Sapienza University.
 
The apartment  is very spacious for six people with 3 bedrooms,  a fully equipped kitchen that provides guests with a dishwasher, a fridge, a washing machine, an oven.
 
 
Price EUR 540 per month including electricity, water and gas taxes.
 
 
 
 
 
 

Viale Libia

Private room in apartment

 

Spare Rooms, Flatshares, Furnished Flats Rome, Italy | ROOMLALA

 

Comfortable classıc room in a large apartment with living room and balcony, few steps from the metro line B-1  and 15 minutes on foot from the university Luiss and A short distance from the famous Villa Ada and Villa Chigi.
 
The room is equipped ready to use: from sheets to crockery, from textiles to bathroom accessories and main appliances in the kitchen and in common areas.
 
Price EUR 435 per month (Bills included)
 
 
 

Tiberio Imperatore

DOUBLE ROOM IN STUDENT HOUSE - ROME THREE UNI

Stanza Singola in affitto a Roma | Via Tiberio Imperatore 7, Roma ...

The room is part of an apartment rented exclusively to college students. The apartment consists of a total of 4 bedrooms, a hall, two bathrooms with washing machine, a kitchen with dishwasher, a balcony, an in-house photocopying services (multifunction printer) and a storage room.

Request a monthly deposit and a small entrance fee of 250 € which includes the cleaning of the room and the registration of the contract.

 

 

 
Things to consider when choosing an accommodation
 
- Proximity to the institution
- Where you want to live (in the city, near the lake, houses, apartments, etc.)
- Want to stay with other people or not? If so, how many friends do you want to stay with?
- Want a private bathroom, kitchen, a nice view or something else in the house or not?
- Other expenses in the house or flats.
 
 
 
 
 
 
Tips for choosing accommodation
 
 
Look around! Don't need to feel pressured to deny the landlord. Finding accommodation is important, so take the time to find the best value for yourself.
 
 
Start looking early. You should search for accommodations in advance before moving in. Because it would not be good if you could not find a place to stay while the studies had begun.
 
 
Make sure  Be sure to read the rental contract carefully so that we know what is included in the rental contract and what is not included.