The HousErasmus+ project is looking to hear from you

 
The Erasmus Student Network (ESN) is coordinating a European-wide project on student housing for international students and trainees.
The project aims to identify the challenges international students face when looking for an accommodation abroad and collect best practices from universities, housing providers, student organisations and policy-makers.
 
Through an extensive research including surveys to the different stakeholders and study visits in 10 different cities in Europe, ESN will gain a comprehensive overview of the situation in Europe and create recommendations for all stakeholders in order to improve the access to housing for international students.
 
The project has currently already generated have about 8000 replies from students and more than 500 from universities. The survey response from student housing provider sits at close to 100, so more are still welcome.
 
If you are a housing provider, please take the time to fill in the HousErasmus+ survey via: http://houserasmus.eu/survey-housing-providers
 
The survey will be open until Friday July 15th – results are planned to be available from October 2016 on. They will also be presented at The Class Conference 2016 in Vienna.
 
Don’t hesitate to contact our project coordinator, Jeremy Apert, at house-erasmus@esn.org if you have any questions.
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