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Student Accommodation in Munich

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Very cosy single bedroom in Feldkirchen
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27 mins by public transport to Central Munich
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Amazing 1-bedroom apartment in Munich close to Olympiapark
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43 mins by public transport to Central Munich
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Amazing single bedroom in a 2-bedroom apartment in Munich, near Olympiapark
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43 mins by public transport to Central Munich
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Nice single-bedroom in a 2-bedroom apartment in Munich, right next to Olympiapark
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43 mins by public transport to Central Munich
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Bright single bedroom in Sendling
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3 mins walk to Central Munich
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Laid-back single bedroom not far from Technische Universität München
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19 mins by public transport to Central Munich
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Comfy double bedroom in a 3-bedroom flat, near Technische Universität München
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18 mins by public transport to Central Munich
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Snug single bedroom in Maxvorstadt
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19 mins by public transport to Central Munich
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Welcoming double bedroom near the Maillingerstraße metro
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18 mins by public transport to Central Munich
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Cool single bedroom in a 6-bedroom flat, near the München Donnersbergerbrücke train station
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15 mins by public transport to Central Munich
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Bright single bedroom near EU Business School Munich
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22 mins by public transport to Central Munich
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Pleasant single bedroom in a 5-bedroom flat, in Ludwigsvorstadt-Isarvorstadt
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21 mins by public transport to Central Munich
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Munich, often known as the modern city, is a popular tourist attraction as well as a convention centre. Printing and publication of books, as well as television production, are all significant. Locals already know this, and the British magazine Monocle confirmed it in 2018, proclaiming Munich the "most liveable city in the world." The many green, cozy beer gardens, clean subways, and proximity to the Alps combine to produce an enticing combo. Casita has hundreds of rooms in the city, check out multiple room types in our 156 accommodation options or ask for private lets. Casita offers you a wide range of student accommodation in Munich for you to choose from according to your needs and budget. 

Why Book Student Accommodation in Munich? 

Munich is unquestionably worth a visit; therefore, booking student accommodation in  Munich is ideal. There are numerous outstanding tourist attractions, notable historic buildings, magnificent parks and castles, lively nightlife, excellent shopping, and fantastic festivals. Munich is the perfect place to visit if you want to see Germany's traditional side and visit stunning tourist attractions and fairy-tale castles and don’t miss its year-round fun and events. 

Universities in Munich

  1. University of Music and Performing Arts Munich

  • 156 accommodation options are available a public transport ride away

  • Schellingstraße bus station is just 3-minutes away

  • Places of interest: Marienplatz

  1. Technical University of Munich

  • 156 accommodation options are available a public transport ride away

  • Schellingstraße bus station is just a minute away 

  • Places of interest: Blue Lion of Munich

  1. TUM School of Life Sciences

  • 156 accommodation options are available a public transport ride away

  • Freising bus station is 6-minutes away

  • Places of interest: Mariensäule

  1. Munich University of Applied Languages

  • 156 accommodation options are available a public transport ride away

  • Geisenhausenerstraße is just 4-minutes away

  • Places of interest: Hellabrunn Zoo

  1. Eu Business School - Munich

  • 156 accommodation options are available a public transport ride away

  • Donnersbergerbrücke bus station is just 5-minutes away

  • Places of interest: Arnulfpark

Student Life 

Is Munich good for international students?

After Berlin and Hamburg, Munich is Germany's third-largest city and a fantastic, popular international student destination.

Are German students friendly?

Germans value hard work, perfection, and precision, which may make them appear unfriendly at first, but they are actually pretty friendly once you get to know them. You do not need to be concerned about your comfort because Germans are quite welcoming of international students. 

Must-Visit Places in Munich

  1. Marienplatz

Since the city's inception, Marienplatz has served as the city's principal square, as well as the site of medieval jousting tournaments and, until 1807, as a marketplace. Aside from the large Neues Rathaus (New City Hall), which occupies one entire side of the square, the Altes Rathaus (Old Town Hall) forms a gate at the far end.

  1. English Garden

The English Garden in Munich is not only the largest city park in Germany (it spans 910 acres), but also one of the most beautiful. Naturalized groups of trees and plants provide ever-changing panoramas, while nine kilometers of flowing streams and an artificial lake round out the image of a natural landscape.

  1. BMW Museum

BMW's museum is housed in a spherical contemporary building with a metal shell next to BMW's soaring headquarters and factories at Olympic Park. Car enthusiasts will find examples of practically every model produced by the manufacturer, including sports cars, racing versions, and motorcycles. You may explore current models and learn about modern automotive building technology, as well as get a glimpse of the company's future propulsion technologies and designs.

  1. Nymphenburg Palace

The massive Baroque palace of Nymphenburg, located on the city's northwest outskirts, was initially built in the 17th century as the summer house of the Wittelsbach Electors. This huge palace, which stretches more than 600 meters from wing to wing, is bordered on all sides by the Nymphenburg Canal, which splits as it passes around the major buildings before reconnecting in a fountain-adorned lake in front of the main façade.

  1. Residenz

The Munich Residenz, which has been the seat of the dukes, electors, and kings of Bavaria for centuries, is one of Europe's most beautiful palaces. The huge Residenz complex is divided into three sections: the Königsbau, which faces Max-Joseph-Platz, the Alte Residenz, which faces Residenzstrasse, and the Festsaalbau (Banqueting Hall), which overlooks the Hofgarten.

Transportation in Munich

Munich has a well-developed public transportation system. It comprises an underground (U-Bahn) network, suburban trains (S-Bahn), trams, and buses. Tickets can be purchased from the blue vending machines located at U- and S-Bahn stations, at numerous tram and bus stops, and inside many buses and trams.

You may utilize public transit for free with your Munich City Pass/Munich Cark! You can take the U-train, bus, tram, S-train, and even regional trains as many times as you wish.

Because many of the sights are close to one another, walking is the ideal method to travel around Munich. If you are tired, take advantage of the city's superb public transportation such as the U-Bahn, S-Bahn, tram, or bus.

Other Student Accommodation In Germany

Besides having facilities for student accommodation in Munich, Casita offers student accommodation in these cities in Germany: 

Hamburg, Frankfurt, Berlin, Münster, Darmstadt, Stuttgart, Dusseldorf

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