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Shared apartments, spare rooms and roommates in Milan

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Room at Viale Legioni Romane, 5, 20147 Milano MI, Italy

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Room at Via 25 Aprile,

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Room at Viale Lombardia

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Room at Viale Daniele Ranzoni, San Siro

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Room at Milano - Largo Cavalieri di Malta

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Room at Via Filippo Brunelleschi, 4

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Room at Via Giambellino

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Room at Via Carlo Marx

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Room at via Macchi

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Room at Vimodrone - Via XV Martiri

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Room at Via Benozzo Gozzoli, 20152 Milano MI, Italy

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Room at Cesano Boscone - Via delle Acacie

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Room at Milano - Via Giuseppe Bruschetti

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Room at Via Salvatore Barzilai, 5

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Room at Via Stendhal

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Room at Largo Cavalieri di Malta, Bande Nere

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Room at Via Giacinto Bruzzesi

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Room at Via Carlo Marx 36

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Room at Via Alessandro Litta Modignani, 103, 20161 Milano MI, Italia

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Room at Via Carlo Marx, 5, 20153 Milano, IT

Flatshare in Milan

Milan is known for being an expensive city to live in as a student. With many young people flocking here for studies, rent tends to be higher compared to other Italian cities. That's why living in a shared apartment is popular among students, allowing them to split costs with roommates.

Available accommodationTotalAverage price
Private room Milan12136€721
Residence Milan1€900
Studio Milan1590€1316
Entire place Milan6991€2044
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In Milan, you can rent full apartments with multiple rooms and find roommates yourself, or opt for individual or shared rooms in an already shared apartment. Even though there are several options, it’s best to start your search early to secure the perfect spare room. Erasmus Play has gathered all available and verified accommodations for you to browse easily!

Advantages and disadvantages of sharing a flat in Milan

Here are some pros and cons of living in a shared flat in Milan:

Advantages of sharing a flat in Milan

  • You get to experience a multicultural environment by living with local and international students, learning from their different lifestyles.
  • Accommodation prices in Milan are quite high, but sharing a flat allows you to save money. You can use those savings to enjoy Milan’s leisure and entertainment, and travel across Italy and Europe.
  • You'll have more options to choose from in student-favourite neighbourhoods like Città Studi, Lambrate, and Port Romana.

Disadvantages of sharing a flat in Milan

  • The high demand for student housing means you need to be quick and alert. Erasmus Play lets you compare verified accommodations and book safely online.
  • Milan's summers can be sweltering and winters quite chilly, making it essential to find a well-conditioned flat. Plus, you’ll need to agree with your roommates on heating and air conditioning use to manage bills.

Erasmus Apps for your exchange programme in Milan

There are several apps for Erasmus+ students to help you navigate your exchange programme in Milan. These apps provide valuable information before, during, and after your arrival. They offer information on procedures, access to different services and discounts, and experiences shared by previous students.

How to meet people in Milan?

Living in a new city can be overwhelming if you don't know anyone. Living in a shared flat helps you meet people right away, starting with your roommates. Additionally, consider these ways to meet people in the Italian capital of fashion:

Student associations in Milan

You can participate in events organised by ESN Italia and other university-specific ESNs, like ESN Unicatt Milano at Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore and ESN Politecnico Milano. These associations can assist with paperwork and organise different events and activities to help international students connect.

Facebook groups for Erasmus students in Milan

Most ESNs have Facebook groups where they post about events and other updates about Milan. You can also join groups specific to your academic year to connect with fellow students who will be living in the Italian city at the same time.

WhatsApp groups for Erasmus students in Milan

From the different Facebook groups, you’ll find that people create WhatsApp groups, where students can introduce themselves and chat with others who share the same interests. It's also a great way to stay updated on events and activities happening around the city.

Tips for living in a shared apartment in Milan

Here are some recommendations for living in the Italian city:

  • Calculate your monthly budget first and search for accommodation accordingly. This will help you decide whether to rent a single room or a shared one.
  • Living in Milan you’ll get to enjoy both its historical charm and modern trends.
  • If you want to improve or learn Italian, consider looking for local roommates. It's a great way to practise regularly and enhance your language skills.
  • If you’re into fashion, you probably know that Milan Fashion Week is a major event that attracts thousands of spectators every year. Since it takes place in September-October and January-February, you can experience this iconic event and its vibrant atmosphere while you're in the city!

Frequently Asked Questions about sharing a flat in Milan

How much does a shared flat cost in Milan?
A shared room usually starts at €300 per month, a single room begins at €400, and an apartment with multiple rooms usually starts at €900 per month.
How to find roommates in Milan?
Check online communities like Erasmus Play, where you can find various accommodations shared between students.
How to meet people in Milan?
Living in a shared flat allows you to socialise with your roommates. You can also join student associations and participate in Facebook and WhatsApp groups to meet more people.
Why share a student flat in Milan?
Rent in Milan is usually quite high. By sharing a flat or a room, you can save on monthly rent and utility bills.
How to choose the ideal roommates in Milan?
If you want to learn Italian, having a local roommate can be a great idea. Also, look for roommates with compatible lifestyles to build a good friendship and avoid conflicts.

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