Accommodation in Innsbruck

  Below you'll find a brief summary on housing in Innsbruck. Comprehensive information can be found in our check list and download section.

Students Halls of Residence

The Austrian Academic Exchange Service (ÖAD) will do its best to organize a room for you although only a limited number of rooms (especially single rooms) are available. ERASMUS and other official exchange programme students have priority. Students can only be accommodated as long as rooms are available.

The online application form   is available at their homepage.

Private Accommodation

Renting rooms or apartments on the free market is very difficult and expensive especially when you wish to rent for less than 12 months and need furnished accommodation. A one-room flat costs between € 500 and 600 per month.

Private accommodation can be found here:

Please notice that private contracts will be contracted for a minimum of one year by law. So it might be very difficult for students who stay only for one semester to find private accommodation. Moreover, beware that the Austrian Exchange Service ÖAD does not organize private accommodation.

Youth Hostels

If you have made no arrangements for accommodation in advance, you may choose to stay at a youth hostel for the first few days. Please see our note on housing and accomodation in Innsbruck for addresses, which can be found in the check list and download section.

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