Studierendenwohnheim Fichtenweg 9

Fichtenweg 9, 72076 Tübingen

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Overview

The hall of residence is located in the Waldhäuser-Ost students’ village (known as WHO). It is the largest housing complex in Tübingen, offering a total of 1,720 rooms in 24 buildings. The WHO is situated north-east of the town centre.
This building offers apartments for couples and students with children. There are also two flats suitable for disabled students. The building was renovated in 2005.

Operator
Studierendenwerk Tübingen-Hohenheim

Places
Studierendenwerk Tübingen-Hohenheim

Rent deposit
800 EUR

Duration of housing
The standard Studierendenwerk residency occupation length is six semesters; exchange, Master's and Erasmus students are excluded from this policy. These cases depend on the respective agreements.

Internet access
Yes

TV connection
Yes

Shared facilities
- Community centre
- Music room
- Barbecue area
- Volleyball court
- Washing machines and driers in the cellar
- Garage spaces for cars (10 EUR per month)
- Bike parking area
- Day-care centre
- Playground in front of the house

Shopping and infrastructure (supermarket, post office, bank, etc.)
There is a shopping centre and an indoor swimming pool very close to the WHO.

Special deals for international students
Discover more about the wide-ranging services provided by the international tutors in Tübingen. They help new arrivals find their way around the university and residential locations. The tutors ensure that new students from Germany and abroad quickly feel at home by arranging many events, excursions and leisure activities. For detailed information, please visit the .

Special deals for students with children / families
There is a playground in the inner courtyard and a daycare centre in-house.
The Studierendenwerk is able to support students with children.
More information can be found here .

Type of rooms

Application

Studierendenwohnheim Froschgasse 1 in Tübingen

Upon arrival

Student at the Registration Office

Municipal registration and residence permit

All international students must register at the local Residents' Registration Office - usually within one week.

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Money is withdrawn from an ATM

Bank account

Most banks offer free current accounts for students.

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