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Life in Europe
Life in Europe A range of practical information about living and studying in Europe Before you embark on your study period abroad, you probably wish to familiarize yourself with the country in which you are going to study and live. It might be useful to know about the culture of your host country and what characterizes its people and their traditions and student life. There is also a range of practical information, e.g. about residence and work permit, public transport, cost of living and accommodation, which will be useful. On campus A major benefit of living on campus is easy access to everything including libraries, sports facilities and computers. On-campus housing can also be cheaper. Low-cost accommodation and meals are available in the dormitories of various universities. Many student residences have double and single rooms with shared kitchen, toilet and bathroom. Most also have laundry rooms. Since the number of places is limited, it is recommended that you make contact with the university service at least two months in advance. For useful information visit Campus Europae. Off Campus rivate accommodation should be planned carefully. The price depends on factors such as distance from the city centre as well as the quality of the apartment. Check if the price includes utility charges. Rental agreements can be concluded for a fixed term. Information regarding apartments for rent is placed in all local daily newspapers and in national weekly magazines. There is also the option of obtaining assistance from estate agents, although this increases the cost of looking for accommodation by the amount of the agent's commission which is typically equal to one month's rent.