The largest share of student housing in Utrecht is provided by private home owners. You can find these listings by searching housing platforms, by registering with a rental agency or enquiring with private or commercial landlords for a place to stay.You will often need a paid account to be able to respond to the listings on housing platforms and agency sites. It is not uncommon that there will be numerous candidates for each ad, so responding to ads does not guarantee that you will be invited to a viewing. In addition, it is important to check for reliablity and remain aware of potential scams. For more information on these matters and other particularities of the Dutch housing market read our page on A Number of Important Things to Keep in Mind. For more information on housing fees and avarage rental costs check our page on Laws, Regulations & Financial Matters.
Holland2Stay currently have several studios available in The Flying Deer residence in Utrecht. You can view and book this accommodation on their website. The studios are fully furnished and are available for an indefinite rental period. You do not need to be eligible for the Reserved Accommodation Programme to apply. However, if you have previously rented a studio via Holland2Stay it is not possible to apply for the studios on offer.
If you are 23 years or older, and meet the individual requirements, you might be eligible for Rent Allowance to make the net rent more affordable. Holland2Stay can help you apply for this.
Agencies, platforms and landlords
Below you can find a la list of agencies, landlords and platforms. Please note that the websites, platforms and agencies listed below and the accommodation they offer have not been verified or approved by the university. This is a referral service only.