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Office in charge
Servizio Diritto allo studio. For further information send an online notification: ticket – tracking
A room in the University hall of Residence costs between 110-200 euro/month according to family income. Scholarship beneficiaries have right to free accommodation.
You are required to pay a € 300,00 deposit in order to enter your room
How to pay deposit
You can pay deposit by bank transfer with the payment details that will be given by Servizio Diritto allo studio
Circa Mid-September every year
Allocation of the room
After the publication of the Accommodation Ranking, beneficiary students have to accept or refuse the accommodation place by sending an email to [email protected] and by attaching the documentation listed in the Notice.
Then they will receive a conformation email. The participation in the competition does not assure the availability of the accommodation place.
The Accommodation Service offers completely free advice, aimed at finding accommodation in flats through the stipulation of a contract between the student and an owner. The types of accommodation offered are:
The Service is aimed for:
For all the detailed info, please consult Accommodation Service page.
The Hostel offers hospitality in single, twin, triple, five or six-bedded rooms with private bathroom ( breakfast included).
PRICES per person:
Via G. Ferraris, 1 - 24123 Bergamo
Telephone number: +39 035 361724 / +39 035 343038
via Ghislanzoni 30 (Città Bassa) (tel.: + 39 035 211359)
*Prices are per person per night including breakfast
The Hostel offers hospitality in single, twin, triple or five-bedded rooms with private bathroom ( breakfast included).
The Hostel offers two apartments with bathroom and kitchen too.
PATRONATO S. VINCENZO - via Madonna dei Campi (Sorisole) (tel.: + 39 035 571548) [email protected]
14 single rooms available to male students only. Rooms have ensuite bathrooms and are rented at € 350.00 per month, including breakfast and either lunch or dinner.
Fondazione Gedama Onlus: Ponte San Pietro (BG) [email protected] (rooms only for women)
S. GIORGIO HOTEL - via S. Giorgio 10 (tel: + 39 035 212043) (Room only)
ATB bus services ATB (www.atb.bergamo.it): cover the city and the suburbs. A single ticket, which is valid for 75 minutes, costs €1.30; a carnet of 10 tickets costs €11.50. Also available at convenient prices are monthly bus passes (€24.00).
A monthly bus/tram/metro ticket for students is between 25 and 35 euro/month.
N.B.: Single and season-tickets must be bought before boarding buses at the ATB ticket-offices in largo Porta Nuova or at the railway station, in piazzale Marconi, at newspaper kiosks or tabaccherie (tobacconists').
Taxis are quite expensive in Bergamo, although fares obviously vary according to distance, journey time and the various supplementi (extra charges at night, on Sundays and national holidays, to and from the airport).
The University has a good canteen, where ERASMUS students receive a 42% discount on meals.
There are also plenty of snack-bars, pizza restaurants and take-away pizza shops in the area around the University.
In a mid range restaurants, pasta dishes are between 6-12 euro , while main fish or meat courses will normally cost between 8 and 16 euro.
Buying food from the supermarket is not expensive, as you could spend on average 150 euro/month.
Average costs are about € 200.00 per Semester. Most books can be bought second-hand.
It is less expensive to buy basics (food, toiletries and clothes) in chain stores or supermarkets (such as Oviesse, Upim, GS, Auchan, Esselunga, etc.) than in small shops.
Cinema: a cinema ticket costs € 7.50 (which is reduced to € 6.00 on Wednesdays in many cinemas). Films in English are shown at the Capitol Cinema.
Theatre and concerts: tickets cost on average from € 16.00 to € 25.00. Some associations offer discounts for students. For further information, check www.corriere.it/vivimilano
Milan, 50 kilometres away, offers a wide range of events. For further information, check www.ecodibergamo.it > tempo libero or www.corriere.it/vivimilano
Students are advised to bring with them a sufficient amount of cash or travellers' cheques to cover their immediate expenses, bearing in mind that transferring money to Italy from abroad can take some time. The fastest and safest method is by post which will take about 5 days to arrive.