This small town in the Frankfurt Rhein-Main urban area has a very quiet student atmosphere compared to the nearby city of Frankfurt. For this reason, we recommend that if you choose Eschborn to live in, you choose a shared flat. This way you will be able to make your day-to-day more fun, living with roommates from different parts of the world who are there on exchange. Of course, we also encourage you to visit Frankfurt frequently! You will be able to get there in less than 20 minutes by public transport, so take the opportunity to enjoy everything it has to offer.
Below is a list of some of the most relevant pros and cons of living in shared flats in this German city:
You have the option to download various Apps for Erasmus+ to make planning and living your exchange easier. In these Apps, you can access instructions on different procedures and necessary paperwork, in addition to reading advice from students from previous years. One of these is that you make the most of the proximity of Eschborn to Frankfurt, which has a wide range of leisure and entertainment options for all tastes.
Does the idea of arriving alone in a new city and not knowing anyone scare you a little? We tell you about some of the ways you have to meet people and create your circle of friends in Eschborn:
At the DHFPG University of Applied Sciences Eschborn, there are a lot of sports groups that you can join. On the other hand, a good option is to join the international student associations in Frankfurt, such as the ESN Frankfurt (Main) or the AEGEE-Frankfurt am Main. With these, you will be able to be part of numerous fun activities and plans with other students from different parts of the world.
The best thing you can do is join the Facebook groups of the Frankfurt student associations, both the ESN and the AEGEE, to be up-to-date on everything they organize.
Associations and students often create WhatsApp groups to communicate with each other, where young people introduce themselves to find other students with similar interests and hobbies.
We give you some recommendations for you to take into account when living in a shared flat in the German city:
How much does a shared flat in Eschborn cost?
|The price of a spare room in this German city usually starts at €550 and can go up to €620 per month.|
Where to look for shared flats in Eschborn?
|Do it in the Erasmus Play search engine! In this online community, you will be able to compare the different available and verified rooms in Eschborn, to choose the best one for you.|
How to meet people in Eschborn?
|Being so close to Frankfurt, you can join the city's international student associations, both ESN and AEGEE. In addition, you can join their Facebook groups and various WhatsApp groups.|
Share a flat or live alone in Eschborn?
|The best thing you can do is share a flat so you can have more of your budget to enjoy more experiences and trips, and also to share the experience with other young people from different parts of the world.|
How to choose ideal roommates in Eschborn?
|We believe that ideally, one of your roommates should be German, so you can practice the language daily and immerse yourself further in the local culture.|