Housing options via AU Housing

AU Housing has access to a limited number of single rooms (one person only) in the dormitories Vennelyst and Teknolog. The rooms are all furnished and are available either with or without private bathrooms.

Due to the high demand for these rooms it is best to apply in good time (as soon as you can) in order to improve your chances of receiving a housing offer. When you fill in your application form, you are welcome to indicate what kind of accommodation you would prefer, but, due to the limited number of rooms available, we cannot guarantee to offer you a specific room.

It is always possible to shorten a lease at these dorms with due notice (one month to the 1st) but it is not possible to extend a lease. Consider this when you fill in your application form.  

If you are looking for accommodation for you and your partner/family or need accommodation other than a single room in a dormitory, we recommend that you use AU Staff Housing Portal to find accommodation to sublet or that you use the other options here.

Important information about accommodation at the Vennelyst and Teknolog dormitories

  • Minimum stay is one month. It is not possible to pay per night and the minimum price is therefore one months’ rent. Do you need accommodation for less than one month, please book a room at a guesthouse, hostel or hotel.
  • Leases start on the 1st of the month and end on the last workingday of the month.
  • You can move in after 3pm on the 1st, unless the 1st is a Saturday, Sunday or public holiday. In that case you can move in on the following Monday.
  • You are responsible for the cleaning of your room and common areas (kitchen).
  • You must respect the house rules and participate in the public duties listed there.
  • The dormitory doesn’t have permanent staff and eventual problems or questions can be answered at the housing reception on weekdays 10am-2pm or at housing@au.dk. There is no staff present outside these hours.
  • Unlike universities in other countries, AU doesn't have it's own dorms or other types of accommodation. Instead AU Housing makes agreements with different dorms, housing organisations and landlords and/or facilitates contact between you and a landlord. Every accommodation has it own contract, rules and legal regulations and the staff at the housing office will do it's best to inform you about them. However, we don't make the rules and regulations and our service is to help you understand the rules rather than change them.