Registration for housing queue
You are welcome to register in our housing queue when you have been accepted to at least half-time studies at Lund University and are a member of Studentlund. Below, we explain what you need to do in three steps.
To get a place in AF Bostäder's housing queue, you must fulfill the study- and membership requirements according to the housing list and rental conditions.
NOVISCH - Are you a new student in Lund, i.e. for the first time been accepted to studies at Lund University? Then special rules apply >> Go to novisch information.
1. Wait for your letter of admission
You can register in our housing queue as soon as you have been admitted to at least half-time studies (15 credits) at Lund University.
As a new student, you must have been admitted to at least half-time studies (15 credits) at Lund University when you register in the housing queue. Your letter of admission must refer to the semester for which you are applying for housing. Keep in mind that you as an international student can receive your letter of admission before the Swedish students have been accepted. Then you have to wait to register in the housing queue until we open up for new students, ie. when the Swedish students have received their admission notice (in early July and early December). You can find exact dates on the novisch information.
If you are already actively studying at Lund University, i.e. takes at least 15 credits/semester, these must be registered in the Ladok Register.
2. Become a member of Studentlund
All housing applicants and tenants at AF Bostäder must be a member of Akademiska Föreningen. You become a member of Akademiska Föreningen by paying the membership fee to Studentlund and at the same time become a member of a student nation that is part of Studentlund.
3. Sign up in our housing queue
The application consists of a web form, a so-called housing application, which can be completed quickly. Usually, your application is approved immediately and you can start applying for student housing - using your queue time, which corresponds to the time of application. Please note that incorrectly submitted information will cause you to lose your place in the queue and be barred from making a new housing application.
Make a housing application