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Studio at Barkarbyvägen 126 Stockholm 177 44

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Studio at Agavägen 11 Lidingö 181 55

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Room at Bondegatan 45, 116 33 Stockholm, Sweden, Södermalm

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Room at Valhallavägen 104, 114 41 Stockholm, Sweden, Östermalm

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Information about Stockholm

The capital of the Kingdom of Sweden is an excellent option for students. Besides universities being very prestigious and having a high academic level, you’ll enjoy their rich culture and nature. Stockholm has a wide variety of activities and places to visit, so there’s always something to do for all tastes and styles. Because of this, many students choose this Scandinavian city for their Erasmus experience.

Available accommodationTotalAverage price
Private room Stockholm119€787
Residence Stockholm0
Studio Stockholm24€1133
Entire place Stockholm269€1722
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You might be wondering: How to find cheap student accommodation in Stockholm? It can be time-consuming and challenging, but if you follow the recommendations we give on this page and use the Erasmus Play search engine, it’ll be easier to find a place that you like. Be sure to start your search at least two months before arriving to secure a place that meets all your needs.

Student apartments for rent in Stockholm

Renting an entire apartment for students in Stockholm is usually pricey, but it varies depending on its size and location. These apartments are usually fully furnished and come with amenities like a washing machine, dishwasher, and common areas in the building. Use our comparator to filter by the features that matter most to you, helping you find your ideal accommodation.

If you prefer renting an entire apartment for yourself, remember that Stockholm has excellent public transport, so you can search in neighbourhoods farther from the centre without any problem. Due to the high rental costs in this city, we recommend searching and comparing options well in advance.

Rooms for rent for students in Stockholm

Many students in this Scandinavian city often look for rooms in shared flats with other young people. Therefore, finding a room that fits all your criteria can seem like a difficult task, but Erasmus Play makes it easy for you! Our search engine lets you see verified accommodation options, complete with their characteristics, location, and prices.

Remember that the price of a student room for rent in Stockholm starts at around €450 per month.

Student accommodation in Stockholm

Choosing the best area to live in as a student in this Scandinavian city can seem complicated, so here are some of the most popular neighbourhoods among students in Stockholm:

Apartments for rent in Traneberg

This residential neighbourhood is part of the Bromma district. A two bedroom apartment here starts at around €1400 per month, offering amenities like a private bathroom, desk, heating, washing machine, dishwasher, and air conditioning, among others. It’s a bit far from the centre but has good transport connections.

Apartments in Vasastaden

This neighbourhood is a favourite among students since it’s close to some universities and the centre of Stockholm. Student rooms here have an average cost of €600 per month.

Rooms for rent in Enskede

When looking for cheap student rooms for rent in Stockholm, consider this neighbourhood and its surroundings. Located south of the city, it offers good public transport connections. The average price for a room in a shared flat is around €450 per month.

Erasmus accommodation near the universities of Stockholm

The Swedish capital is home to several prestigious universities that receive Erasmus students every year:

Stockholm University

This institution is one of the oldest and one of the most prestigious universities in Scandinavia, located in Norra Djurgärden. It’s a bit far from the city centre but well connected by public transport. Check out neighbourhoods like Sibirien or Vasastaden and you’ll reach the university in no time with the metro or bus. Here's more information on the University's location and the best areas to live close to it, and through this link you can check out its departments and centres.

Royal Institute of Technology (KTH)

This university is one of the best in Sweden when it comes to technology. Its campus is located near the Sibirien neighbourhood, so that would be the best option to find accommodation. Here's another article to help you find convenient housing near the KTH, and here's more information on its schools.

Karolinska Institute

This institute, known for its focus on medicine, is considered the best in Sweden. Its campus is located in Solna, in the metropolitan area of ​​the Swedish capital. Vasastan is a good neighbourhood to find accommodation near the Karolinska Institute, with student rooms starting at €590 per month.

Stockholm School of Economics

Recognized as one of the most prestigious schools in Sweden and the world, this institution is located in the centre of Stockholm. Neighbourhoods like Vasastan and Norrmalm are great options for finding accommodation nearby.

Student residences in Stockholm

Student residences are another option in Stockholm, though they tend to be pricey, around €1100 per month. Residences vary in services, offering amenities like laundry, leisure areas, study rooms, and/or dining rooms. Keep in mind that some have private rooms, while others are shared.

Frequently asked questions about Stockholm

How much does a student room cost in Stockholm?
The price of a private room starts at €450 in neighbourhoods farther from the city centre. If you prefer a more central location, expect to pay around €650.
How to find cheap accommodation in Stockholm for students?
Follow these steps to find suitable accommodation easily and quickly:
1. Access the Erasmus Play search engine.
2. Set your dates and monthly budget.
3. Filter by your preferences, such as flat characteristics and location.
4. Compare different verified accommodation options from countless websites.
5. Book securely and 100% online.
Why share a flat with other students in Stockholm?
Many young people moving to the Scandinavian city look for a room in a shared flat, to reduce rental costs and share the experience with other students.
Why go on Erasmus to Stockholm?
The Swedish capital offers a unique cultural experience and the chance to meet other international students. While student life may be a bit quieter than in other cities, it’s dynamic with many activities available all year-round (yes, even in winter!).
What is the monthly expense for an Erasmus student in Stockholm?
Including accommodation, food, and transport, expect to spend around €1000 per month. Stockholm is an expensive city, but you can manage costs with student discounts, especially for transport.

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