Students have a wide variety of choices when it comes to accommodation while studying at ASE.

Student housing is generally one of the most affordable accommodation you will find in Bucharest and also one of the best ways to meet new people. You can quickly build your social network and make new friends by living exactly where so many other students choose to live.

The university offers housing all around Bucharest – near the city’s northern lakes and parks, as well as in central locations, right in the heart of Bucharest. All student facilities come with specially designed sports facilities and study rooms, meeting all student life needs. The 12 student residence halls comprise of more than 4300 living arrangements, fully equipped and offering good standards of living at student prices. Room occupancy is 2 to 4 people, depending on the residence type.

Since the number of rooms is limited in the campus, it is recommended to announce your interest as soon as possible. Housing is guaranteed for students coming on scholarship and exchange programs and the application process is done through the Department for International Relations in cooperation with ASE’s Social Service, which manages the residencies.

Depending on the type of room, facilities and the financing of your studies, accommodation in campus could cost between 30 and 150 Euros/month.

In case you choose private accommodation, the university does not take any responsibility for finding private accommodation for the students. The apartments in Bucharest can be quite expensive, especially if they are situated downtown. Rents can reach 200-400 Euro/month for a one-room apartment and 300-500 Euro/month for a two-room apartment. The rent does not include utilities or other facilities like cable TV or internet access.