Roma Tre does not own dormatories, and but now offers a free service to its international students: UniRoma 3 Servizio Alloggi (UniRoma3 Accommodation Service), UniRoma 3 Servizio Alloggi provides suitable housing solutions for students seeking accommodation in Rome (single, double bedroom, studio….)
Students may access a list of privately owned (accommodations) apartments, viewed and selected beforehand, with clearly stated conditions and a transparent tenancy agreement.
All available accommodations can be consulted on the web-site www.uniroma3.it , at the followings links http://www.uniroma3.it/page.php?page=Servizio_64 and on our facebook RomaTre Servizio Alloggi.
Through this service, international students can choose and book accommodations before leaving their (home) countries.
Students are supported during the signing of the tenancy agreement and throughout the length of their stay. For more information, students can visit our service desk located at Via Ostiense, n 139 or reach us at the following contacts.
Service desk:. Via Ostiense, n 139 (Monday to Friday, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. and from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m.)
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Find an accomodation in Rome
For accommodation, please find useful information on the web sites:
The closest areas to our Faculty of Economics are the following: San Paolo, Piramide-Ostiense, Aventino Testaccio, Marconi, Garbatella, Trastevere.
Because of the size and the traffic of the city the availability of a good bus and underground transport is vital. Be flexible in your demands and be aware that the market offers more shared rooms than single rooms.
In addition, landlords/landladies may expect you to agree to strict rules regarding guests, parties, damage reimbursements, etc. Before signing a lease be sure you understand clearly what you are supposed to do and not to do.
Monthly prices for a single/double room vary from a minimum of € 300,00 to a maximum of € 600,00 depending on the area and on the amenities offered. A deposit is always required. Utilities such as electricity, gas and heating may be extra: make sure you know exactly what bills you may expect. Remember that in Italy bills come every two months. Normally, with a temporary lease, you are not responsible for any other fees, such as building maintenance, water and garbage disposal charges.
Telephone: some student apartments have no telephone. Landlords/landladies fear having to pay huge bills which arrive after students have returned home. This is also why occasionally telephones may be installed only to receive and not to make calls. Don’t feel too bad about this. Purchase a telephone card and use public phones which are located everywhere.
Please, note that if you suddenly want to change your room/shared apartment you should inform the landlord/landlady and your flat mates well in advance (at least 1 month before) so to give them time to find a replacement. It will be your responsibility to find a new accommodation.
Some lodgings for the first days
2. Ostello della Gioventù
Viale delle Olimpiadi, 61 – Roma
Tel. 06.3236267/ 062242571/063242573
3. YWCA (women only)
Via C. Balbo, 4 – Roma