You receive an email with information on your accommodation from the Kolding Accommodation Office in July for the autumn semester and in late December/early January for the spring semester.
The inspection note, both upon moving in and moving out, should be available to you in English.
If this is not the case, please contact the accommodation office before signing anything.
There are two different ways of getting the keys to your accommodation: 1) Your buddy will have the key to your accommodation and will bring it when he or she picks you up at the train or bus station in Kolding 2) You will get an email with instructions on where to pick up your key.
You will receive further information on how to get your key in the welcome letter from your study secretary. Instead, the Accommodation Office has entered into agreements with private landlords with multiple single rooms with shared kitchens and bathrooms (almost the same as a dormitory - only in a smaller scale).
Should you decide to find accommodation on your own despite this, you may check these links: pay rent from the day your accommodation is available.
It may be as early as August 1st/January1st but can also be as late as September 1st/February 1st.
Kolding is one of Denmark’s friendliest towns – a large city and small village rolled into one.
The municipality of Kolding has more than 86,000 inhabitants, centrally placed in relation to the rest of Denmark and Europe.
If you decide to extend your stay, you will either have to keep your accommodation or give it up and find something new on your own. sabbatical leave, internship or exchange stay) we cannot guarantee new accommodation for you when you return to Denmark. Details of the terms are stated in the relevant application form.
Read the terms carefully before signing and sending the accommodation form.
Hans Thygesen is Campus Kolding's accommodation officer.