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Student accommodation in Milan: flats and rooms for rent

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Information about Milan

Ciao! Are you going to study in Italy for a while and looking for student accommodation in Milan? In this article, we provide you with all the information you need to easily find the ideal apartment, room, or residence. From details about rental apartments and rooms to the most convenient neighbourhoods to look for accommodation, we’ve got you covered. We’ll also go over the features of the available residences and answers to the most frequently asked questions by students. Let's get started!

Available accommodationTotalAverage price
Private room Milan12161€720
Residence Milan1€900
Studio Milan1591€1316
Entire place Milan7002€2043
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Milan is a multicultural city that attracts people from all over the world. Its rich culture and beautiful architecture make it an ideal place to live for a while. Students choosing Milan as their destination can learn Italian and enjoy all the city’s charms. Additionally, the nightlife is vibrant, and of course, we can’t forget the local cuisine, another big reason why many students choose this wonderful city as their destination.

Student apartments for rent in Milan

When it comes to this type of accommodation, in Milan you can find two main options:

On the one hand there are flats with multiple rooms to share, perfect for groups of students looking to split costs. These apartments usually have between 2 and 4 bedrooms, a shared kitchen, and one or more bathrooms. Prices can range from €300 to €600 per room, depending on the location and amenities of the flat.

On the other hand there are studio apartments. These are small flats designed for one or two people, with a single room serving as a bedroom, living room, and kitchen, and a separate bathroom. Studios are perfect for students who prefer more privacy. The cost can vary between €600 and €1000 per month, which can be quite high for a student.

Student rooms for rent in Milan

Student rooms for rent in Milan offer various options, including single and shared rooms. Single rooms provide privacy and usually come furnished with basic items like a bed, desk, and closet. They are more expensive than shared rooms, typically costing between €500 and €800 per month, depending on the location and amenities.

Shared rooms are more economical, usually costing between €300 and €500 per person per month. These rooms often have multiple beds and may include shared study spaces.

Student accommodation in Milan

Here are the most popular areas to live as a student in this Italian city:

Flats for rent in Città Studi

This is considered Milan’s university district because of its proximity to universities. It has a lively student atmosphere and is well connected to the rest of the city by public transport (M2 and tram). There is a wide variety of flats and rooms for rent aimed at students.

Apartments in Lambrate

Another neighbourhood with a strong university vibe. It has many bars, restaurants, and pizzerias for affordable dining. Plus, it’s close to the Città Studi campus, which you can easily reach on foot or by bike. In Lambrate, you can find cheap rental apartments easily thanks to the high availability.

Rooms for rent in Port Romana

Port Romana is popular among Bocconi University students because it’s close to the institution. This neighbourhood has a lively atmosphere and is well connected to the rest of the city.

Erasmus accommodation near the Politecnico di Milano

This prestigious institute has two campuses in Milan. One is the Milano Leonardo Campus, located in Città Studi, in the 3rd Municipality of the city. To find accommodation near this campus, you can consider neighbourhoods like Città Studi, Loreto, and Casoretto. The other is the Milano Bovisa Campus, in the northern part of Milan, in the Bovisa neighbourhood. Students attending classes there usually choose accommodation in areas like Cagnola, Dergano, and Zona Farini.

Check out this other article to find housing near the Politecnico di Milano, and here's a link with more information about the different campuses of the institution.

Student residences in Milan

In this Italian city, there are both private student residences and university-owned residences, meaning they belong to the universities themselves. They are usually located near the institutions or in central neighbourhoods with good connections to the campuses. You can also choose among single rooms, shared rooms, and small studio apartments (although the latter are harder to find).

Frequently asked questions about studying in Milan

What are the best apps if I am going on Erasmus to Milan?
If you want to be part of a community of students going to this Italian city, even before arriving, you should download the Erasmus Play app! It helps you make new friends and find roommates to share accommodation with.
How much does a room in a shared apartment cost in Milan?
In Milan, the rental cost for a spare room in a shared apartment starts at €330. Remember, accommodations in the city centre are slightly more expensive. However, there are university areas with many affordable and well-equipped accommodations for students.
What are the best neighbourhoods to live in Milan as a student?
We recommend looking for a room, flat, or apartment near your university or in a well-connected area by public transport. Some favourite neighbourhoods for students are Città Studi, Lambrate, and Port Romana.
How much does it cost to live in Milan as a student?
Living in Milan as a student generally costs between €700 and €1200 per month, including rent, food, transport, and miscellaneous expenses. Remember, rents vary greatly depending on the area and type of accommodation, and you can reduce costs by sharing an apartment or living in shared rooms.
Why go on Erasmus to Milan?
Milan is one of the most popular cities among students going to Italy. This may be because of factors like the amazing cuisine, rich culture, and the quality of education at Milan’s universities.

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