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About Us

The HousErasmus+ project aims to identify the challenges and best practices around accommodation for international students and trainees. Based on these information, we will make concrete recommendations and advocate for an improved situation for all mobile students and trainees in Europe. 

 The project is co-funded by the Erasmus+ programme under the Key Action 3: Forward-Looking Cooperation projects (EACEA/33/2014) heading.

Our Research:

  • A comprehensive literature review
  • Surveys to the different student housing stakeholders in Europe
  • 10 study visits at the local level

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14/10/2016

Registrations for the 1st HousErasmus+ regional conference are open

The 1st HousErasmus+ regional conference will take place in Malmö, Sweden on Tuesday and Wednesday 22-23rd November.

They will gather representatives from student organisations, universities, student housing providers as well as policy-makers to exchange about best practices and learn about the results of our project's research.

 

11/07/2016

Student housing in Granada. An Overview.

Granada is the capital city of the province of Granada in Andalusia, in the sunny south of Spain. It’s located between the sea and the mountain. And it takes only 30 minutes to reach both places.That is awesome, isn’t it? It has about 230.000 inhabitants and the ESN Granada receives every year 2.000 international students in our University. They usually speak spanish but they come from all over the world! The most of them are from Italy, Germany, Portugal, UK or America.

28/06/2016

In Paris, with love.

The second study visit of the project just concluded in Paris a few days ago.

It was another success and UNICA managed to meet different stakeholders and gather some very interesting best practices.

Our next visit will take place in Granada, Spain in July.

14/06/2016

The 1st study visit took place in Helsinki

On June 9-10th 2016, UNICA went to Helsinki to interview partners and deep-dive into the student housing situation in Helsinki.

The visit went very well and we managed to gather information from all stakeholders (students, housing providers, universities and municipalities). A report and a video of the visit are now being produced and will feed into our overall research project. 

The next study visit will take place in Paris, in a few weeks.

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SURVEYS

 

Here you can find the link to the surveys we are conducting:

                    

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Study Visits

 

 

The HousErasmus+ project is organising 10 study visits in Europe to meet with housing stakeholders and get a better understanding of the situation at the local level. During these visits, we meet representatives of universities, housing providers, student organisations and international students as well as representatives from municipalities and region to discuss about their action, their issues and the best practices that they put in place. These information will come and strengthen our research and ensure that the recommendations we come up with will be realistic and relevant.

 

 

Regional Conferences

          

 

As part of our advocacy and Capacity Building activities, we are organising 4 regional conferences to share the results of our research and discuss with stakeholders about what conclusions to take from them, what ways we can implement to improve the international student housing situation.

For more information about the conferences, the agenda, registration, and funding opportunities, just click the "More" button below.

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