Information for students, faculty and staff regarding COVID-19. (Updated: 21 October 2020)
We have provided some general information about what the International Housing Office offers and information about the different housing areas in Umeå.
The International Housing Office (IHO) offers single-occupancy rooms in student corridors. Both Swedish and international students live in the student corridors and include between one and three international exchange students in each corridor.
The corridors are not gender-segregated.
Most of the rooms are equipped with a private shower and WC.
A student corridor is usually comprised of 6-10 single-occupancy rooms, which are spread along a corridor with a shared kitchen and a common room.
The kitchen is equipped with a private cupboard. You will also find refrigerators, freezers and kitchen utensils that are shared.
Prices vary from approximately SEK 14,000-21,000 per term, depending on area and the room. Additionally a service fee of SEK 800 for one term (non-recurrent) is included (note: not a deposit).
If something is wrong with the toilet, water, plumbing, heating, stove or other fixed inventories, you should contact your local area caretaker.