The cost of living can vary greatly according to each person’s living standards. A student handbook for Reutlingen is available for download on the main website of the university which has a section on the approximate costs (English version available): Reutlingen-University
There is a registration fee of EUR 157,80 per semester in Reutlingen.
Based on the information given in the student handbook, an estimation of a student’s minimum monthly budget including accommodation, utilities, food and public transportation is about EUR 800.
Please find below some estimates for what you can expect to pay during your stay at NU (apart from the MIM programme costs):
* Please note that all tuition and fees are at the discretion of the Northeastern University’s Board of Trustees.
There will also be a cost associated with the US Visa. This is paid during the visa application process directly to the US Department of Homeland Security.
Information on the cost of living in Ireland can be obtained at:
An estimation of a student’s minimum monthly budget including accommodation, utilities, food and public transportation is between 600 and 800 euros per month.
The cost of living may vary greatly according to each person’s living standards. Further information about living in Puebla is available for consultation at: http://www.udlap.mx/
More information can be found in the international student handbook Ready for download here
Here below you’ll find some approximate prices for goods and services in Piacenza that can let you understand the average cost of living for a student here.
|Large beer||Euro 5.00|
|1 Liter of fresh milk||Euro 1.60|
|Dinner/luunch at a pizzeria (beer, pizza, dessert, coffee, service charge)||Euro 15.00-20.00|
|Breakfast (cappuccino and croissant)||Euro 2.20- 2,50|
|Meal at the university canteen||Euro 5.00-7.00|
|Disco entrance||Euro 10.00-15.00|
|Public mass transit ticket (valid for 75 minutes):||Euro 1.20|
|Monthly mass transit car||Euro 22.50|
|Movie theater entrance||Euro 5.00 on Mondays, Euro 7.50 – 8.00 on the other days|
Students at Reutlingen University have two main options for accommodation: student residences (dorms) or a private room/apartment. The student residences are not part of the university.
International students may apply officially for a room in the dorms run by the GWG Housing Association or the local student offices (Studierendenwerk Tübingen-Hohenheim) in Tübingen.
Prices range from approximately EUR 170 to EUR 350 for a single room, and EUR 140 to EUR 200 for a double room. Special guest apartments have been reserved on a limited basis for our Masters students in this programme. These are furnished single apartments with a private bathroom, shower and kitchen. They are located in one of the dormitories on campus. The current cost for these apartments is EUR 285 per month. When applying for these apartments please contact Julie Dengler for the application (only students who have been accepted into MSc International Management programme should direct housing questions to Mrs. Dengler): Julie.dengler@reutlingen-
Please see the following link for the university database on private housing (only available in German):
Further general information can be found at:
Both on and off campus accommodation is available in Dublin. Further information concerning on-campus lodging is available at: http://www.dcuaccommodation.ie/ . Students must however be aware that on-campus lodging may be a problem due to the fact that they will be in Dublin for only part of the academic year. Furthermore, closing dates need to be observed.
Information concerning off-campus lodging is also available at: http://www.dcuaccommodation.ie/accommodation/off-campus-accommodation
Ideally located in France as well as at the heart of Europe, Reims has naturally become a major industrial crossroads: pharmaceuticals, health care, food industry, bio technology, wines and spirits, etc. Click here to learn about life in Reims: http://www.neoma-bs.com/en/about-neoma-bs/campuses/reims
On campus: ACOBHA-residence halls. Our special partner offers 270 rooms and studios from 25 to 53 m² from €450 per month. www.acobha.fr/
Near the campuses or in the city centre you can also find accommodation in student residences or private flats, take a room in a youth centre, or choose to share your accommodation with a senior or disadvantaged citizen.
NEOMA BS has its own accommodation platform to assist you with:
Already a student?
Use your INSIDE user name and password to connect via intranet
Register with an enrolment key, which you can obtain from NEOMA BS.
Property owners can display offers of accommodation.?Professionals should contact the site: email@example.com
Useful information can be found at the following web link:
You can also contact the UCSC International Office for any further inquiry:
There are several solutions to find housing in Puebla:
If you choose to live in a Residential College, you will be offered one of two options:
A. sharing your bedroom with a national student: cost about MXN 19,100
B. individual bedroom: cost about MXN 22,650- 28,600
The common area is shared with your seven national flat mates. Suites are equipped with kitchen, living area, toilet/shower facilities, and washer/dryer. Please note that kitchen utensils are not provided. Also, you have the option to rent linen upon arrival, but it is not always available the first night.
The entire cost of the room is charged upon reservation. Hence, any cancellation must be made before the deadline. You must consult the Residential College rules at: http://www.udlap.mx/
or you may visit the following site
If you prefer to live off-campus, finding an apartment or house is your responsibility. The International Affairs Office does not provide information regarding apartments. The best way to find an apartment is to arrive a few days prior to the first day of the welcome program. You will have to make reservation in a hotel until you find your roommates and apartment
Monthly rents vary from about MXN 3,000 to 12,000.
For any futher information please contact the International office at:
Have a look at the latest UDLAP guidebook http://www.udlap.mx/internacional/descargas/InternationalStudentGuidebook.pdf
Students must find their own housing. NU possesses many resources that will be put at the students’ disposal once they have been admitted to the programme. Northeastern offers limited on campus graduate housing (this tends to fill quickly) and also provides resources to assist students with securing off-campus apartments.
Avalon Communities includes a range of options in the greater Boston area, many of which are currently accepting applications for affordable housing programmes. More information about Avalon Communities’ options in the area can be found here: https://www.avaloncommunities.