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Student accommodation in Vienna: flats and rooms for rent

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Room at Albrechtsbergergasse, 31

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Room at Bergsteiggasse, 17. Bezirk-Hernals

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Room at Triestinggasse 25

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Room at Bergsteiggasse, 17. Bezirk-Hernals

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Room at Johann-Strauß-Gasse Wien, Austria

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Room at Lambrechtgasse

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Room at Hegergasse, Landstraße

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Room at Reinprechtsdorfer Straße, Margareten

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Room at Bergsteiggasse, 17. Bezirk-Hernals

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Room at Bergsteiggasse, 17. Bezirk-Hernals

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Room at Molkereistraße, 2. Bezirk-Leopoldstadt

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Room at Bergsteiggasse, 17. Bezirk-Hernals

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Room at Columbusgasse, Favoriten

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Room at Bergsteiggasse, 17. Bezirk-Hernals

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Room at Hegergasse, Landstraße

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Room at Columbusgasse, Favoriten

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Room at Bergsteiggasse, 17. Bezirk-Hernals

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Room at Lambrechtgasse

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Room at Bergsteiggasse, 17. Bezirk-Hernals

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Room at Martinstraße, 18. Bezirk-Währing

Information about Vienna

Are you searching for student apartments and rooms in Vienna? You have come to the right place! In this article, we’ll cover everything you need to know: details about the apartments and rooms available, the best areas to look for apartments, availability of student residences, and answers to the most frequently asked questions by students.

Available accommodationTotalAverage price
Private room Vienna1537€1425
Residence Vienna4€750
Studio Vienna321€1817
Entire place Vienna3392€2198
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Vienna stands out as an ideal city for international students because of its combination of excellent education, rich history, and vibrant cultural life. Home to world-renowned universities, it offers a wide range of academic programmes that attract students from all over the world. Additionally, Vienna is a cultural and musical hub, with a calendar full of events, concerts, and exhibitions, making it not just a place to study but also to live unforgettable experiences. Willkommen!

Student apartments for rent in Vienna

In Vienna you can find apartments with multiple rooms, allowing you to split the rent and utility costs among everyone living in them, making it affordable. There are also studio apartments, ideal for one person or a couple, which are usually more expensive but offer greater privacy and independence.

A good thing to keep in mind is that most student apartments in Vienna usually come fully furnished and equipped with essential appliances such as microwave, refrigerator, washing machine and dryer.

Student rooms for rent in Vienna

Are you looking to rent a student room in Vienna? This option is very popular among international students who come to this Austrian city because of its affordable price, so begin your search as soon as possible!

Find your ideal room in our Erasmus Play search engine, where you can easily see all the available and verified rooms from major online platforms and websites. Most rooms in Vienna come furnished and prepared to handle the cold, so you shouldn't have any problems during the winter!

Student accommodation in Vienna

Here are the best areas to live in Austria’s capital as a student:

Flats for rent in Josefstadt - District 8

This small and quiet district is located behind the town hall and the major museums of the Ringstrasse. It’s an area surrounded by parks, cafés, and monuments. Here you’ll find a lively atmosphere with a mix of students and young professionals.

Apartments in Wieden - District 4

This trendy area is home to many expatriates, artists, and especially students because of its proximity to Technical University of Vienna (TU Wien). With a perfect location, from Wieden you can reach the city centre in just 10 minutes.

Rooms for rent in Alsergrund - District 9

Alsergrund is a student-friendly neighbourhood with a large young population. It’s known as the Academic District because of its proximity to the University of Vienna (Universität Wien). You can find information about convenient housing near this University in this article.

Erasmus accommodation in Mariahilf - District 6

This area features the famous shopping street Mariahilferstrasse, full of stores, theatres, bars, restaurants, and pubs. It’s a lively area located next to tourist attractions like the Opera and the Hofburg Palace.

Student residences in Vienna

Vienna offers several student residence options, both university-owned and private residences. University residences are usually more affordable and are designed to facilitate access to academic facilities. As for private residences, they offer more services and amenities, although at a higher cost. However, both options generally include basic services and common areas.

Frequently asked questions about studying in Vienna

What are the best apps if I am going on Erasmus to Vienna?
We recommend one of the best: Erasmus Play app. Once you download it you can become part of a community of international students who will be in the Austrian capital, making it easy to make friends and find roommates.
How much does a room in a shared apartment cost in Vienna?
In Vienna, the rental price for a spare room in a shared apartment starts at €400. It is usually difficult to find cheap rooms, which is why we offer Erasmus Play, the platform that compares thousands of accommodations for free.
What are the best neighbourhoods to live in Vienna as a student?
For students living in Vienna, the Leopoldstadt area is great thanks to its proximity to several universities and its youthful vibe. Wieden and Mariahilf are also popular among students because of their active nightlife and accessibility to public transport. Neubau offers a vibrant cultural scene with cafés, galleries, and stores, while Alsergrund is chosen for its quietness and proximity to the University of Vienna.
How much does it cost to live in Vienna as a student?
The cost of living for a student in Vienna can vary, but on average it’s estimated to be between €850 and €1200 per month. This budget includes rent, food, transport, and personal expenses. Usually, rent is the biggest expense, with rental prices ranging from €400 to €700, depending on the location and type of accommodation.
Why go on Erasmus to Vienna?
Going on Erasmus to Vienna offers the opportunity to study at prestigious universities and the chance to experience its rich cultural heritage, with classical music events, museums, and theatres. The city is known for its safety and high quality of life, making it easy for international students to adapt comfortably. Plus, Vienna is a great base for exploring other parts of Europe!

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