Application F.A.Q.

On this page you can find some answers to the most frequently asked question about your accomodation through KBAB Student.

How do I pay my rent?

You pay for the whole semester in advance. More information here.

Where is the accommodation located?

The accomodations we offer are located at the Campus area, just minutes away from the university. You can easily travel around the city by bus – there’s a bus stop at the campus area.

Are the rooms furnished?

You get a single, furnished room along a corridor. The room has its own toilet and shower facilities. Each floor features shared kitchen and living areas. A shared laundry room is also available in each building.

Items such as plates, cutlery, glassware, pots/pans and chopping board are not included in the accommodation so it is advisable that you bring your own. The same goes for textiles.

Information and pictures of our rooms can be found here.

Are tv, phone and internet included?

A basic set of TV channels is included in the rent, but you have to get your own TV. Internet is also included in the rent, through cable not WiFi. The cable you need to bring is a Cat5-cable with an RJ-45 connector, thus the internet cable is not included. Do you want WiFi you will have to get your own router. Phone connection is not included. Most phone companies won’t offer their services unless you have a Swedish civic number.

Is it possible to cancel my reservation?

If you can’t come to Sweden it’s important that you cancel your reservation as soon as possible.

Is it possible to change to another room?

Unfortunately, it’s not possible to change room.

What if I don’t send my application in time?

If you haven’t sent in your application in time, we will not make a room reservation for you. You will then have to arrange accomodation on your own.

Contact us

Questions about how to apply and your contract


Questions about houses and rooms

Caretaker office at Campus
Phone +46 54 540 7542
Phone hours Mon–Fri: 8am–9am, 1pm-3pm (CET)

Questions about payments and invoice

Marie Falk Wallin