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Wohnheim Wundtstraße 5 • Wundtstraße 5 • 01217 Dresden
Accommodation units with two, five or six single-bed rooms sharing bathroom (bath/wash basin/toilet) and kitchen. Plus one handicapped accessible accommodation unit situated on the ground floor.
Near to the TU and the HTW, conveniently situated.
Last renovated in 2008.
Duration of housing
Contracts always run until the end of the regular study period. Foreign programme students receive a lease for at least four months, until the end of the planned study visit.
Coin-operated washing machines and dryers, cycle storage, elevator, music and party room in the building, sport facilities, 31 parking lots
Shopping and infrastructure (supermarket, post office, bank, etc.)
On the ground floor of the Wundstraße1 dorms, you can find the WUeins canteen. There are classic lunch menu options and a la carte evening options, cocktails, and regularly changing options.
Recreation and culture
"die bühne" - the theatre of the TU
Special deals for international students
Special deals for students with children / families
Family friendly two person flats (possible to connect washing machine). Thus, the residence hall is very popular with families.
Student mothers and fathers as well as studying couples with children are most welcome in the residence halls. Even if one partner is not (no longer) a student, couples with children may live as family in a residence hall, provided that their child/children is/are not older than 7 years.
Please find more information here.
Single bed room
Size: 13-26 square metres
Fully furnished (bed, wardrobe, shelf, table, chair, desk)
Accommodation units with 2 single-bed rooms (wheelchair accessible) sharing one bathroom (bath/wash basin/toilet) and kitchen.
Accommodation units with 5 or 6 single-bed rooms sharing two bathrooms (bath/wash basin/toilet) and kitchen.
221 up to 254 EUR / month
Standard application procedure
Those entitled to apply are all enrolled and future enrolled students of Dresden institutes of higher education associated to the Studentwerk Dresden, who have not yet obtained a degree.
If places are available (mainly in the summer semester) doctoral candidates, postgraduate students as well as interns (student apprentices) from other higher education institutes can apply. These contracts are always short-term tenancy agreements effective until the beginning of following winter semester (30 September) and cannot be extended.
Residence authorisation for university candidates:
approval document ("Zulassungsbescheid"), except for restriction free courses of studies at the TU Dresden: "Certificate of residence authorisation" (printable after your successful online inscription; "last page of the document"). Candidates holding a certificate of residence authorisation can chose an earlier date of move-in than the beginning of the semester.
Residence authorisation for students who are already studying in Dresden:
Certificate of inscription for the semester in which you apply for tenancy or
Certificate of inscription for the current semester and a proof of payment of the fees for the semester in which you apply for tenancy.
None. You can apply as soon as you have received the residence authorisation for the semester in which you apply for tenancy.
The application has to be filled in online.
For students from other German institutes of higher education or foreign students needing accommodation in Dresden for a short period only, be it for a placement, part-time course or for other reasons, rooms are available in the International Guest House.
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