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Students are responsible for their own housing arrangements. The International Office of the Faculty, however, will provide all possible assistance to students in finding appropriate lodging.
We very much suggest that you start looking around for a place to live in during the semester only once you are already here in Budapest (descriptions and pictures posted on the internet can be deceiving). It is suggested that students rent a flat or share a rented flat, which is what most international students do.
The main purpose of this homepage is to help students so that they could find that flat which mostly corresponds to their ideas.
We know how difficult it is to find the right way about lots of flats and to choose the most ideal one, that satisfies all the requirements. Corvinus Homes came into existence in order to facilitate this process and contribute students in making the best decision.
For more information please visit http://www.corvinushomes.com/
If you would like to stay at the dormitory of our University, please contact us as soon as possible since the number of the available dormitory spaces are limited.
Below are just a few of the possibilities available for a short term stays (5-6 days) to ensure that you have somewhere to sleep upon arrival until you find a suitable apartment.
Good Morning Budapest:
Hotel Griff Junior:
Renting a flat in the city ranges from about 400 to 600 EUR/month, depending on the size and location of the flat and on the number of students sharing it. We recommend that our students rent apartments together. Try to get in contact with someone who has already spent a semester in Budapest or contact one of the following estate agencies:
CE Estate Management Kft.
Veres Pálné u. 12. II/2b
Tel.: +36 (1) 328-0222
Fax: +36 (1) 483-1921
Office hours: Monday-Friday: 9.00-17.00
iHomes Real Estate Agency
Szabolcs Kiss "SASHA"
real estate consultant, general manager
Tel.: +36 20 929 0217 (mobile)
Last modified: 2012.03.24.