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Find a safe and happy new home in Leipzig.

A Place to Call Home

Settling in to a safe, comfortable, and easy to reach accommodation plays an important part in your study journey’s success.  We have a variety of living options, ranging from off-campus student residences to affordable private or shared apartments. All within a short walk, bike or tram ride from the campus.


Lumis Leipzig Exterior

Lumis Leipzig

Available for booking NOW - limited number of GUARANTEED rooms for LU Leipzig students. Brand new student housing in the heart of Leipzig. Premium living at an affordable price.

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The Hood student accommodation building

The Hood

The Hood offers 237 new and modern apartments in the middle of Leipzig city.

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StayToo Leipzig accommodation room

StayToo Leipzig

At StayToo you can live in a stylish furnished apartment with an amazing array of amenities.

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Felixx student accommodation building

Felixx Student Homes

This is new student residence in the vibrant district of Plagwitz, next to the famous Karl-Heine-Kanal.

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BaseCamp Leipzig

Study in a safe, supportive and and welcoming environment at BaseCamp Leipzig.

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Buena apartments accommodation building

Buena Apartments

Located in the vibrant district of Connewitz, 15 min by tram from the city centre of Leipzig.

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Mondial student accommodation room

Mondial – Campus Leipzig Connewitz

This is a modern and energy-efficient residence located in the colourful and diverse district of Connewitz.

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Home and Go student accommodation room

Home & Co (Halle)

Located in Halle, the S-Bahn/regional train station is just 5 min walk away, perfect for the one hour commute to Lancaster University Leipzig.

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Other accommodation providers

Explore the other accommodation options in Leipzig.

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GEZ (Radio, TV, Internet Fee)

The Rundfunkbeitrag (GEZ) fee, a fee that must be paid in Germany since January 2013, is a radio, TV and Internet license fee and public service broadcasters are financed by it. The fee is €18.36 per month and must be paid for every apartment regardless of the number of devices that are being used or the number of residents living in the apartment. It must be paid even if you do not own a radio or TV. To pay the fee, you will have to get a license fee account which you can register for online at

Alternatively, once you have registered with the City of Leipzig you will receive a GEZ letter within a couple of weeks asking you to fill out the registration form and to send it back within a month. Failure to pay the fee can result in legal actions. Remember to deregister if you are planning to leave Germany after your studies.

Please note: This extra cost will also have to be paid if you decide to move into Basecamp accommodation. The colleagues in the accommodation will be able to assist you.

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