Finding accommodation in a foreign country seems like a daunting task, but can usually be achieved in several days through advance planning and flexibility.  The consortium universities have dedicated support services that offer information to make your accommodation search easier.  Please note that the teams cannot find accommodation on your behalf.

Lincoln – students starting Semester 1 in September will be offered a place in university accommodation, but can also choose to rent via the private sector.  The Student Pad database is a good place to start with finding a room privately.  Lincoln is a small town, so it is relatively easy to find accommodation and most places will be close to campus, which is located in the city centre.  

Aalborg – the International Accommodation Office of Aalborg University will support ADVANCES students to find accommodation in the city, including the option to apply for university accommodation.   

Lisbon – the Erasmus Office of ISCSP has long experience of supporting incoming international students to quickly and efficiently locate private-sector accommodation, including through its online accommodation listings.  

Summer School and Research Conference – affordable university dormitory accommodation will be available to students for the Semester 2 Summer School in Warsaw and Semester 4 Research Conference in Paris.