With the new university year beginning, it’s interesting to delve into the lives of university students and see what their college day to day looks like. For starters, how much are they paying for student housing?
Srednja.hr has investigated the prices of student rooms in major cities throuhgout Croatia.
Split students have the opportunity to settle in three dormitories: Campus, Hostel and Bruno Bušić. Lower income students will be the ones who opt for dorm Bruno Bušić, where rent is only 400 kuna per month. In Hostel, students pay 630 kuna per month for accommodation.
The most expensive rooms in the country were actually found in Split for students who live in single room dorms on campus, with the price amounting to 890 kuna. For a double room, students will have to pay 790 per month. By comparison, rents for a double room in the 8th pavilion of the Zagreb student campus Lašćina is only 100 kuna per student.
The most luxurious pavilions are located in Zagreb, and students who choose to live in the 11th and 12th pavilions will pay 600 kuna for double rooms, while single rooms are 700 per month.
At the two student dormitories in Osijek, a new dorm is currently open that has double rooms at the price of 500 kuna per student.
There was a sudden increase in the price of accommodation in Rijeka for the newly built campus ‘Trsat’. The initial home rental price was 550 kuna, but without any explanation, the cost increased to 639 kuna. The Rijeka Student Union reacted and with the support of the University of Rijeka, they still managed to carve out for the price of 532.50 kuna per student, writes Srednja.hr.
At the dormitories in Varazdin, students have the opportunity to be placed in double and triple rooms. Accommodation here varies from 495 to 715 kuna. Each room has its own toilet and shower, and students can use the 6 tea kitchen and televisions.
Pula students will be delighted with the news that accommodation price in a local home this year went down, and instead of the previous 740 kuna, the amount of monthly rent will be 710 kuna. This price includes one wash of clothes in the laundry room within the home.