More than 1,500 places in halls of residence or shared apartments are made available to students from out of town by Opera Universitaria, in various convenient locations.  
Students must meet a number of requirements to participate in the annual selection procedure, which concern in particular:

  • economic status;
  • family composition;
  • academic merit criteria (from the second year on).

For further information visit the website of Opera Universitaria

Or you can start searching private sector accommodation on the Internet and in newspapers or on the noticeboards that you can find in all university buildings, with ads of rooms and flats for rent.


The University of Trento with UDU Trento (Unione degli universitari) and the local command of Guardia di Finanza would like to promote and disseminate the following guide:

Guida affitti: guida di sopravvivenza al mondo degli affitti per studenti universitari (A student's guide to renting)

The guide provides useful information on how to find accommodation, how to rent an apartment, how to apply for a place in a hall of residence and to obtain student aid, and includes advice on how to report irregularities to Guardia di Finanza. The guide also aims to ensure better social equality and to raise awareness on tax evasion in the student community.


Are you planning to come to or leave Trento or Rovereto for study? Take a look at HousingAnywhere, the international network of temporary housing for students.