Definition of the housing types

Definition of housing types

In the descriptions of the housing, you will see a column headed 'type', where a number is given. 

Housing types 01-09 are rooms. This means that the tenant shares a kitchen with others and in some cases, the toilet and bathrom are also shared. These rooms are for single occupancy and only individual applications will be accepted. 

Housing types 10-19 are one room apartments. These rooms are for single occupancy and only individual applications will be accepted. NB: At På Skovkollegiet, the toilet and bathroom are shared with the tenant(s) of the neighbouring two room apartment.

Housing types 20-29 are one and a half room apartments. These apartments are granted equally to one and two person applications.

Housing types 30-39 are two room apartments arranged with separate bedrooms. The rooms are separated by an entrance area and are therefore suitable for two friends. These apartments will be offered to those who have submitted two person applications first. If there are no two person applications on the waiting list, the apartment will be offered to individual applicants.

Housing types 40-49 are two room apartments. These apartments will be offered to those who have submitted two person applications first. If there are no two person applications on the waiting list, the apartment will be offered to individual applicants. (Please note that in some of these apartments, the kitchen is located in one of the rooms. There may also be a passage between the rooms, which means that these apartments may not be suitable for friends.

Housing type 50 includes both 2 and a half, and 3 room apartments. These apartments will be offered to those who have submitted two person applications first. If there are no two person applications on the waiting list, the apartment will be offered to individual applicants.