The Reinwardt Academy/Amsterdam University of the Arts does not provide student housing. Students are responsible for arranging their own housing.
The demand for student housing in Amsterdam is high. Therefore, the number of rooms is very limited, the rates are high and finding a place to live in Amsterdam is difficult. We advise you to begin searching for a room as soon as possible and to consider not starting your studies if you have not found a room before the start of the academic year.

You can register with Room, even if you are not a student yet, but are planning to study in Amsterdam. You can also take a look at the websites of these organisations:

  • The Social Hub (TSH) has more than 700 rooms that can be let to both Dutch and international students. The length of stay can vary from 1 week to 12 months. Permanent accommodation is not possible. Check out: Amsterdam City or Amsterdam West.
  • StudentenWoningWeb – Housing corporations De Key and Ymere with rooms and flats for students publish their offers on this website. You pay a one-off registration fee of €22,50. Rooms are assigned based on the registration time and priority arrangements. Information on the website is only available in Dutch.
  • Student Experience offers self-contained studios with a private bathroom and kitchen.
  • The municipality of Amsterdam has produced a housing guide for students. This guide explains how to find accommodation in Amsterdam, but also provides information on what to look for. (The guide is only available in Dutch)
  • ASVA is the student union in Amsterdam. They provide several services for their members such as mediation between landlords and students. They also give tips on how to find a room in Amsterdam.