Tilburg University education

Accommodation for International Students

Tilburg is a popular university city in the Netherlands. Because of this, the demand for student housing is high. Finding accommodation is one of the most important things to arrange before your arrival, please note that we cannot guarantee housing, and it’s your own responsibility to find a room. Therefore, we advise you to make it number one priority and start searching for a house several months before arriving.

Universities in the Netherlands do not own student housing. Tilburg reserves a number of rooms with housing providers for eligible new international students. These are fully booked by now, since it works on the basis of first come, first served. The private market is the way to look for now, please check the private market section on the website frequently.

It’s your own responsibility to find a room before your arrival. Therefore, you should make it your number one priority and start searching immediately. Please be aware that only a limited number of furnished rooms are available in Tilburg. Do not limit your options and also look for unfurnished rooms. Check the private market section for tips and tricks.   

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Available rooms: 

  1. Room in family house (employee of Tilburg University)
    FEMALE EXCHANGE STUDENTS ONLY
    Rent: 500 per month incl.
    Use of all facilities of the house.
    For more information please contact: studenthousing@uvt.nl
  2. Studio @ The General student complex in Eindhoven
    Full furnished, all-electric, air-conditioned studios. By train you will travel to Tilburg University in 35 minutes, please be aware of additional transportation costs of €250 per month.
    Rent: 675 per month
    For more information, visit: www.livinginthegeneral.nl
  3. Studio’s available @BV wonen
    Rent: different prices
    For more information, please visit www.bvwonen.nl or visit the office
    address: Piusplein 51, 5038 WN Tilburg.
    Phone number: 013-535 3205
  4. Rooms available @ KamerbemiddelingTilburg

Frequently Asked Questions on Accommodation

I have missed the reserved accommodation, what can I do now?
I am starting my studies in January/February, is there reserved accommodation for me?
Should I book a room without seeing it first?
When should I start looking for a room?
Should I sign a contract which is in Dutch?
Where can I go if I have questions about my contract?
When can I register at the municipality?
Is it normal that I have to pay a registration fee for some websites?
How do I know if I am eligible for Housing Allowance?
My landlord is asking for a guarantor – why?
Where can I find more information on Dutch rental law?
I have a question to which I cannot find the answer to on the website, who can I contact about this?
Is there a list with useful vocabulary?