Living in three cities

Housing

Accommodation is key to ensuring your well-being during the Leading Hospitality Innovation study programme. Securing accommodation in Maastricht, Dublin and Barcelona takes time so don’t wait to arrange it because the student housing market gets busier every year. Rent prices vary significantly for a room in a student house or a shared apartment. Additional costs like gas, electricity and water are often excluded. 

Maastricht

The Social Hub

To get you off to a good start, we have reserve a limited amount of rooms at The Social Hub for the Maastricht semester. 

 

The Social Hub is more than just a student accommodation to stay in, it’s a place to learn, stay, work and play.  It brings accommodation, hotel rooms, co-working, meetings and events into a safe and inspiring hub. Students can enjoy all-inclusive facilities like laundry and Wi-Fi, safety and security measures, all alongside on-site staff to assist 24/7. Monthly rent starts at € 1.154, including monthly linen and room cleaning, gym access, free bike sharing and many more facilities.

 

Rooms are available on a first come first serve basis, so inform us as soon as possible if you wish to reserve your room at the The Social Hub. Once you're admitted to the programme, you will receive more detailed information on this option. 

 

May you prefer other options, we advise these other accommodation possibilities:

https://holland2stay.com/maastricht

https://www.maastrichthousing.com/

https://www.stayokay.com/nl/hostel/maastricht

https://kamernet.nl/en/for-rent/rooms-maastricht

https://www.maastrichthousing.com/

https://www.kamermaastricht.com/

https://mymaastricht.nl/housing/

https://matchmaastricht.nl/nl/projects/match-houses/ (for Dutch students)

 

Dublin

Dublin is a vibrant and busy city, so accommodation is usually in demand. During your LHI time in Dublin staying in a student accommodation hub may be the option for you. 


https://www.tudublin.ie/for-students/student-life/accommodation--living-in-dublin/accommodation-and-living-costs/staying-in-student-accommodation-hubs/

Email: studentaccommodation@tudublin.ie
 

Barcelona

Barcelona is a cosmopolitan city with more than one and a half million inhabitants. The largest city you will experience during your LHI study programme. Finding a place to call home, especially when you are in a foreign country, is very important. IQS does not have its own accommodation but there are agreements with residence halls and companies that offer accommodation for students. The Student Life Office is happy to help you with this process.

 

https://www.residenciasarria.com/en/

https://www.agorabcn.com/en/

https://thelofttown.com/es/

https://www.thesocialhub.co/

 

Email: studentlife@iqs.url.edu

 

Tip! And don’t forget the student housing platforms on Facebook! 

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