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Canal 1 Bedroom Apartment with Garden View
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Keizersgracht, 1017 EN

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13 mins by public transport, 16 mins walk to Central Amsterdam

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€5,493

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Spacious and convenient studio apartment
Spacious and convenient studio apartment
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Professor W.H. Keesomlaan, 1183 DJ

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43 mins by public transport to Central Amsterdam

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Private penthouse on the river IJ
Private penthouse on the river IJ
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Westerdoksdijk, 1013 BX

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17 mins by public transport to Central Amsterdam

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Renovated Canal apartment
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Lijnbaansgracht, 1015GS

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26 mins by public transport to Central Amsterdam

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1 bedroom apartment in the Hoofddorpplein area
1 bedroom apartment in the Hoofddorpplein area
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Sassenheimstraat, 1059BB

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35 mins by public transport to Central Amsterdam

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Cruquiusweg, 1019 AT

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20 mins by public transport to Central Amsterdam

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€5,892

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Jacob van Lennepstraat, 1053 HE

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8 mins by public transport, 7 mins walk to Central Amsterdam

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One bed apartment with balcony in the Musiem District
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Pieter Cornelisz Hooftstraat, 1071BL

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20 mins by public transport to Central Amsterdam

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Naritaweg, 1043 BP

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27 mins by public transport to Central Amsterdam

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Spacious, bright, penthouse three-bedroom
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Derde Kostverlorenkade, 1054 TN

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28 mins by public transport to Central Amsterdam

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Luxury 2BD apartment with balcony in central Amsterdam
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Tweede Jan Steenstraat, 1074CR

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15 mins by public transport to Central Amsterdam

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Weesperstraat, 1018 VN

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6 mins walk to Central Amsterdam

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Finding student accommodation in a foriegn country as an international student can prove tricky for most students. However, we at Casita are always prepared to help. Casita’s accommodation experts and 24-hour support offer a free of charge service to students looking for a place to stay while they study in various parts of the world. So if you’ve just received your acceptance to study in an Amsterdam institution, let us help you find the perfect student accommodation in Amsterdam that best fits your needs.

Why Book Student Accommodation in Amsterdam?

Amsterdam is the capital of the Netherlands and its most populous city. The city is nicknamed “Venice of The North” due to the network of canals spanning the city that are considered a UNESCO heritage site. Amsterdam is a city of a cultural and artistic identity, being the birthplace of artists like Van Gogh, and with several museums and art galleries spanning its grounds. The city is known for its festivals and busy nightlife that attract people from all over. Amsterdam has a diverse number of nationalities and people from different cultures and backgrounds living there, which makes it easy for international students to settle in. This, along with the city’s prestigious universities and learning institutions, as well as its busy citylife, make Amsterdam one of the ideal destinations for students seeking a quality education and a good place to live.

Universities in Amsterdam

Casita offers a wide range of options for student accommodation in Amsterdam near the city’s universities and higher education institutions. Below are some of those available options!

University of Amsterdam

  • Casita has 7 student accommodation options close to the University of Amsterdam.

  • This university has multiple bus stations located near its campus, including University College and Science Park Aer, which are both within a 4-minute walking distance.

  • The university’s nearby attractions include TropenMuseum and Ripley’s Believe It or Not.

Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam

  • Around 10 options for student accommodation in Amsterdam are provided by Casita near this University.

  • Multiple transit stations are located near this university, including De Boelelaan tram stop, which is a minute away, and Amsterdam, VUmc Hoofdingang bus station, which is a 3-minute walk away.

  • The attractions surrounding this university are numerous and include the Amsterdam Channels and The Upsidedown. 

 

Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences (Hogeschool van Amsterdam)

  • About 8 student accommodation options are offered by Casita in the area surrounding this university.

  • The surrounding transit stops include subway station, Amsterdam Amstelstation, which is 3 minutes away on foot and bus station, Prins Bernhardplein, which is a 7-minute walk from the university’s campus.

  • Amstel Park and Ripley’s Believe It or Not are among the university’s must-visit nearby attractions.

Student Life in Amsterdam

As an international student moving to a new city for education, there are probably numerous questions circling your mind at this time. We at Casita are here to help answer a few of them for you!

Is Amsterdam A Good Place for Students?

Amsterdam is a great place for students to start their studies and careers. The city has a diverse range of academic programs and majors to choose from at its prestigious universities and higher education institutions. Amsterdam also has an array of large international companies that offer students internships and learning opportunities, as well as future job opportunities once they graduate. The city also houses over 100 different nationalities, making the transition for international students a lot easier.

Is Amsterdam Expensive for Students?

Life in Amsterdam is relatively expensive compared to other European cities. However, the excellent quality of life provided by this city is definitely worth it. Amsterdam is ranked amongst the top five safest cities in the world. Not only that, but it’s also home to several museums, cultural events, festivals, and historical sites that students can easily explore, as well as easily accessible and affordable transportation, the most important of which is cycling and the facilities the city provides for cyclists.  

Can I Work in Amsterdam as A Student?

International students can indeed work during their time studying in Amsterdam. All they need to do is acquire a work permit, which is a free of charge process, and then they can work up to 16 hours per week while they study in the Netherlands.

Must-Visit Places in Amsterdam

Amsterdam is a city with a lot to offer; it has something for everyone! As a city of history, culture, and art, there are several must-visit attractions you have to stop by at least once during your stay there. Besides the city’s famous historic canals, which you can enjoy a boat ride in or sit by and enjoy a waterside coffee, there is the famous Amsterdam Royal Palace, as well as numerous museums to check out in Amsterdam. The Rijksmuseum is the national museum of the Netherlands and is dedicated to Dutch history and arts. Amsterdam’s famous attraction, The Van Gogh Museum, which is dedicated to the artist and his contemporary works, is an absolutely must-visit city staple. Other city museums include the Anne Frank House, which is a biographical museum of the wartime diarist, the Stedelijk Museum, which houses various collections of modern and contemporary artwork, and The Amsterdam Museum, which exhibits and documents the city’s history, to name a few. 

You can also visit other city hotspots, including Hortus Botanicus, which is a botanical garden housing various plant species, and Natura Artis Magistra, which is the main Amsterdam zoo, the Netherlands’ oldest and one of the oldest of mainland Europe in general; it’s not only a zoo, it also has a planetarium, an aquarium, an arboretum, and a vast collection of sculptures and artwork. 

Transportation in Amsterdam 

As a student in Amsterdam, you need to be able to go from one place to another in the city with ease. Amsterdam has an expansive transportation system that should help you move about easily during your stay in the city. The city is fitted with sixteen tram routes and five metro routes that are affordable and easily accessible. There’s also ferries that carry pedestrians and cyclists across IJ Lake to the borough of Amsterdam-Noord, as well as privately operated water transportation, including water taxis, a water bus, boat sharing operations, electric rental boats, and canal cruise boats. Amsterdam also has regional and suburban buses along with international coach services. Amsterdam’s railway stations operate both inside and outside of the city, with the outside lines going to various places in Europe, including Austria, Belgium, Belarus, France, Germany, and the UK among others. Cycling is wildly popular in Amsterdam; it’s one of the most bicycle-friendly large cities in the world as it provides multiple facilities for cyclists such as bike paths, bike racks, and guarded bike storage.

Nearby Student Accommodation in Netherlands

Not only does Casita offer numerous options for student accommodation in Amsterdam, we also have available student accommodation in nearby cities in the Netherlands. These include Rotterdam, Groningen, and The Hague.