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Shared apartments, spare rooms and roommates in Munich

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Room at Lucile-Grahn-Straße, 44

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Room at Leopoldstraße, Schwabing

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Room at Edelweißstraße 4

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Room at Ottobrunner Straße, Ramersdorf

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Room at Alfonsstraße

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Room at Nymphenburger Straße, Neuhausen

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Room at Nymphenburger Str.

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Room at Hohenschwangaustraße, Obergiesing

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Room at Edelweißstraße Au-Haidhausen

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Room at Fraunhoferstraße

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Room at Leopoldstraße, Schwabing

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Room at Frauenstraße 10, Munich. Germany

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Room at Schlüsselbergstraße, 81673 München, Germany

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Room at Reger Platz Haidhausen

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Room at Mainzer Straße, Schwabing

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Room at Fraunhoferstraße Glockenbachviertel

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Flatshare in Munich

Munich is a city in Bavaria known for its high quality of life. While the cost of living is high, you'll enjoy an international atmosphere and the excellent reputation of its institutions.

Available accommodationTotalAverage price
Private room Munich886€1358
Residence Munich0
Studio Munich164€2076
Entire place Munich850€2207
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If you want to live in a shared apartment in Munich, start your search several months before arriving in the city. Many students choose this German city for their exchange, so competition for shared apartments is high. The Erasmus Play search engine can help you find accommodation that meets all your needs.

Advantages and disadvantages of sharing a flat in Munich

Here are some advantages and disadvantages of living in a shared flat in the German city:

Advantages of sharing a flat in Munich

  • If your roommates are native Germans or Austrians, you can use the chance to learn or improve your German.
  • Munich attracts students from all over the world due to its high quality of life, offering a rich cultural exchange.
  • Munich’s location makes it easy to travel to other German and European cities. Sharing a flat helps you save money, leaving you a larger budget for travel adventures.

Disadvantages of sharing a flat in Munich

  • The demand for shared apartments is very high, so start your search for housing early. Use the Erasmus Play search engine to find verified flats and rooms easier.
  • Winter heating can get expensive and might cause conflicts among roommates. Make sure you and your roommates agree on usage rules in advance.

Erasmus Apps for your exchange programme in Munich

Planning for your international mobility can be tough, but Erasmus+ apps make it easier. These apps provide tips and instructions on what to do before you arrive, plus you can read experiences and advice from other students. You’ll also get access to some handy discounts and services.

How to meet people in Munich

Besides hanging out with your flatmates, here are some ways to meet new people in Munich:

Student associations in Munich

Studentenwerk is the student union that assists students in Germany. For Erasmus students, there’s ESN MESA Munich (Münchner Erasmus Studenten Assoziation). This association organises events for students from all the universities in the city, including welcome parties, city tours, day trips, sporting events, and cultural visits.

Facebook groups for Erasmus students in Munich

Most Facebook groups are divided by school year, so you can meet other students heading to Munich at the same time as you. There are also groups related to student associations where you can meet people and get information about Erasmus life in Munich.

WhatsApp groups for Erasmus students in Munich

Associations and Facebook groups sometimes create WhatsApp groups for more direct and instant communication. You can usually find links to these groups in the information provided. ESN MESA Munich also has a Telegram group, and they share the link on their social media.

Tips for living in a shared apartment in Munich

Here are some tips for living in a shared flat in Munich:

  • If you live in the Ludwigsvorstadt-Isarvorstadt area, you'll be right in the heart of Oktoberfest celebrations in October. It’s a perfect neighbourhood to look for accommodation if you don't want to miss out on anything!
  • Connect with local students and dive into Bavarian culture. Even though Munich is a multicultural city it still holds onto its traditions.
  • To avoid conflicts, set clear rules about cleaning, visits, use of common spaces, pets, smoking, etc. Remember, living in a multicultural environment means encountering different lifestyles, so mutual respect is key.

Frequently Asked Questions about sharing a flat in Munich

How much does a shared flat in Munich cost?
The average cost of a room in a shared apartment starts at around €450 per month, with the average being approximately €800 per month.
How to meet people in Munich?
You can build close relationships with your flatmates and also join student associations, Facebook groups, and messaging service groups like WhatsApp or Telegram to connect with others.
Should I share a flat or live alone in Munich?  
Arriving in a city without knowing anyone can be overwhelming. Sharing a flat allows you to live with other students who are in the same situation. Plus, it helps you save on rent, leaving you with more money to enjoy Munich's social and leisure activities.
What should I take into account when entering a flatshare in Munich?
Find out the nationality of your flatmates, living with locals is a plus if you want to learn German well. Also, ask about the rules regarding the use of common spaces, cleaning, and general coexistence to avoid conflicts.
What are the best apps to find roommates in Munich?
Use apps and websites like the Erasmus Play online community to find shared accommodation with other flatmates.

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