Ø  University campus accommodation

Accommodation arrangements should be made in advance by filling in the Student Accommodation Request Form and sending it to the Erasmus Office (incoming@unitbv.ro).

University campuses residences:

  • Memorandului Student Residence (Memo): ≈ 70 euro/person/month
  • Colina Student Residence: ≈ 70 euro/person/month

Student residences have rooms, equipped with: furniture, sink, shared bathroom, free Internet access. No kitchens are available.


Ø  Renting an apartment

If you choose to rent an apartment or a house in Brașov, we strongly advise you to contact a real-estate agency (agenție imobiliară). They can provide you with information about the most interesting offers on the market.

The cost of accommodation varies with the type, location, size and facilities, approximately 150-300 euro/month/apartment. Usually, you have to pay extra for all utilities: water, electricity, gas, telephone, etc., about 100 euro/month.

A deposit representing the rent for the first three months is usually required. It will be refunded at the end of your stay, provided that you leave the apartment in good condition.

REMEMBER!! If you decide to rent an apartment, a signed lease contract is needed, used also for temporary residence permit application.

Health Insurance

We strongly recommend that you get health insurance to cover your study period in Romania. For students from EU member states, medical care in Romania is provided based on the European Health Insurance Card. If you are a non-EU national, you should inquire whether there is a bilateral agreement on health care between Romania and your country.

If you find yourself in need of medical assistance, you can go to any authorized medical unit, public or private. Some private health insurance companies will refer you to a specific clinic or hospital that they have a contract with. Ask your insurance company to give you the list of all medical units they work with.

Medical Insurance will be paid in each applicant’s native/sending country. In Romania, emergencies are free of charge.