First step: contact the accommodation service at your university!
Finding a room in cities like Stockholm or Gothenburg might be more difficult! Get started as early as possible… Often, you will be put on a waiting list.
You can choose to live in student accommodation or find a home within the private market.
Monthly rent costs vary considerably between roughly SEK 2,500 and SEK 6,500 (270 € and 700 €)
Most universities offer accommodation services for international students. They will give you advices on where and how to find a room at
- student residence hall or dormitory
- building of student flats
The housing office at your university should be able to offer general advice on finding private accommodation in your city, and may have information on available flats.