How to facilitate international students´ accommodation?

How to facilitate international students´ accommodation?

Date: October 28th, 10:00-11:30 CEST

Venue: Online, Zoom (link will be sent only to registered participants) 

Deadline for registration: Due to high interest we had to close registrations sooner than expected.


While the European Commission plans a three-fold increase of Erasmus+ students by 2027 (EU Council, 2020), finding reliable, safe and affordable accommodation remains one of the chief obstacles encountered by international students.

In the framework of the Home of Mobile Europeans (HOME) project, the EUF is pleased to invite you to an interactive and participative webinar: How to facilitate international students´ accommodation?

The goal of the event is to share experiences and practices used by Higher Education Institutions at European level in relation to international students’ accommodation, namely services offered, policies in place, public and private providers, among others.


Introduction to the webinar
Viktoriya Terzieva, European University Foundation
What is HOME?
Steven Boon, Housing Anywhere
Why is HOME relevant for HEIs and what role can they play in the project?
Maria Teresa Gullace, Politecnico di Milano University
Viktoriya Terzieva, European University Foundation
Group sessions on sharing practices

Group 1: International students’ support in regards to accommodation (services, policy and rules of HEIs providing their own housing supply)

Group 2: Dealing with public/private providers (for HEIs supporting students in finding accommodation)
Discussion and wrap-up

Participation is free of charge. Save your spot today, register* here

As the number of spots available is limited, registration will take place on a first come, first served basis. In the event of high interest, a general principle of a maximum of 2 representatives per university will be applied.


About the project

HOME (Home Of Mobile Europeans) is a ground-breaking initiative supporting EU mobility by providing students and trainees with an easier way to find their new home abroad. Learn more on


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By registering to attend this event, you agree to the terms and conditions indicated here to participate in the event and you also agree that EUF and HOME consortium will process some personal data contained within the registration form (such as name, surname, email address, institution and position) for the purposes of enabling you to attend the event and to provide reporting information in relation to the event towards the DG EAC. In this regard, your data will be recorded and stored on the EUF’s storage solutions for the duration of the HOME project. For any doubt and to exercise your rights under the General Data Protection Regulation, please contact us via e-mail at contact [at] uni-foundation [dot] eu.

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