In your first year at Erasmus University College (EUC) you will be housed in the LUCIA residence with all other students from your year. We are excited to arrange new housing exclusive for our first year students. The student housing is a great place to live, designed for both work and relaxation. The building is in a safe and vibrant area of Rotterdam, right in the center of the city.
The EUC building and the main campus are within walking and biking distance, so it will only take you a couple of minutes to get to class. Every student is guaranteed to have their own room, bathroom and kitchenette. However, space will be reserved for common rooms for students to eat, relax and study together.
|Details on Housing|
|Average room size||18 square meters|
|What is provided||A room furnished with a bed, a couch, a couple of chairs and lights, as well as your own kitchenette and private bathroom.|
|What you need to provide||You will have to bring your bedding, linen, cooking utensils and personal effects.|
|Contract duration||12 months|
|Move-in date||15th of August (the starting date of your rental contract)|
|Monthly rent||+/- € 615 (including utilities)*|
|Security deposit||Two months' rent|
|Service charge||€ 200 (one time payment)|
*Note: Students might be eligible for rent benefit (huurtoeslag) from the Dutch government. This would effectively reduce monthly costs by approximately €190,-. For more information visit www.belastingdienst.nl (switch to English at the bottom of the page and search for 'rent benefit' and select the first available option). Additionally, take into account monthly municipal taxes that have to be paid by every Rotterdam citizen. They amount to approximately €40,-.
Booking your room
After you have been selected and once you have accepted our offer to enroll at EUC we will contact you with the details on how to book your room. Please prepare to pay a security deposit upfront of approximately two months rent, plus a service charge of € 200 to secure your room booking.
This deposit will be held until the end of your stay and in principle you should receive your money back provided you do not damage your room and/or the common rooms. Damages will be deducted from the deposit. Do note that your security deposit is also your guarantee that your room will be available. Should you for some reason not show up, you will lose your deposit as it is non-refundable in that situation.