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Research Results

It is our great pleasure to present to you the results of our 2-year research project in Europe.

Through the Policy Recommendation and Good Practice Booklet, you can find a condensed summary of the challenges we identified and the solutions we recommend to all stakeholders to improve the situation in Europe.

Through the Final Research Report, you will find an extensive analysis of all the data we collected in our surveys, study visits, conferences and desk reviews.

Happy reading and let us start mobilising to make the situation better!

About the Conference

The conference was a unique opportunity for all the stakeholders in the field of International student housing to come and discuss together about the best practices and main challenges in the field. During 2 days of conference, there were capacity-building workshops offered to participants as well as panel discussions and presentation of the HousErasmus+ research results and the subsequent recommendations formulated to make the situation better in Europe.

The event was free for everyone to attend. 

This Conference aimed at:

  • university professionals of all levels, especially those involved in international relations and student services: We welcome Vice-Rectors for Internationalisation and Student Affairs, Heads of International Relations and Student Services, staff members in charge of international welcome desks and student welcome services, those involved in cooperation with external housing providers and supporting international students in finding accommodation,
  • representatives of municipalities and city/region authorities providing support for foreign citizens (including students) arriving to the city/region or working on new policies to support new arrivals and welcoming foreign citizens to the city/region,
  • policy makers and other stakeholders in the field of International student housing. 

About Us

The HousErasmus+ project aims to identify the challenges and best practices around accommodation for international students and trainees. Based on these information, we will make concrete recommendations and advocate for an improved situation for all mobile students and trainees in Europe. 

 The project is co-funded by the Erasmus+ programme under the Key Action 3: Forward-Looking Cooperation projects (EACEA/33/2014) heading.

Our Research:

  • A comprehensive literature review
  • Surveys to the different student housing stakeholders in Europe
  • 10 study visits at the local level

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