At the Danish Student House

During 2014-2015 the house went through an extensive refurbishment throughout the entire building respecting the original architecture and colours.

All rooms are now equipped with new Danish designer furniture, en-suite bathroom and toilets as well as bettered disabled access. The music room also had a face lift. The refurb was made possible thanks to generous donations from the A.P. Moller Support Fund as well as the Augustinus Fund and Knud Hojgaards Fund.

Room Types

All the rooms of the house are newly furnished. Throws, pillows and bedding is available. Towels are to be brought by the residents. If you prefer a duvet, please bring this as well.

Standard Rooms
The standard rooms are approximately 16m2 including entrance and bathroom. The rooms are furnished with a desk and chair, an armchair, a small round table, a tray table, a floor lamp, a ceiling lamp, a desk lamp, a sofabed with an extra pull out mattress, bedlinen, throws, pillows, and bedding. There is also a build-in wardrobe and a shelving unit with shelves and drawers.

Large Rooms
The large rooms are aproximately 20m2. Three of the large rooms are designed with special consideration to the needs of disabled people. These rooms are located on the 1st and 2nd floor. The remainder of the large rooms are located on 4th and 5th floor. The two studios are on 5th floor at the end of the building and have en-suite bathrooms as well as a small kitchenette with two hobs, sink, fridge and a small dining area. These also have a small balcony with a café table and chairs.

Guest Rooms
The guest rooms have bunk beds and a sink and are called compartments. The compartments have access to a communal bathroom located on the 3rd floor.

Standard Room

Large Room


Guest Room

Prices for residents students:

  • Standard Rooms 595 €/monthly 1 person
  • Standard Rooms 770 €/monthly 2 persons
  • Large Rooms 670 €/monthly 1 person
  • Large Rooms 820 €/monthly 2 persons
  • Studio 725 €/monthly 1 person
  • Studio 895 €/monthly 2 persons
  • Overnight guest on own room € 13 / night

Prices are valid from 1st of September 2023 to the 30th of June 2024 for the house’s residents on long stays within the university year .

Prices for Ph.d. /Post doc / researchers:

  • Standard Rooms 780 €/monthly 1 person
  • Standard Rooms 995 €/monthly 2 persons
  • Large Rooms 830 €/monthly 1 person
  • Large Rooms 1105 €/monthly 2 persons
  • Studio 895 €/monthly 1 person
  • Studio 1225 €/monthly 2 persons
  • Overnight guest on own room 13 €/nat

Prices a month:

  • Standard Rooms 780 €/monthly 1 person
  • Standard Rooms 995 €/monthly 2 persons
  • Large Rooms 830 €/monthly 1 person
  • Large Rooms 1105 €/monthly 2 persons
  • Studio 895 €/monthly 1 person
  • Studio 1225 €/monthly 2 persons

Prices a night, stays less than 30 days:

  • Standard Rooms 42 €/ 1 person
  • Standard Rooms 60 €/ 2 persons
  • Large room 48 €/ 1 person
  • Large room 65 €/ 2 persons
  • Guest Rooms 37 €/ 1 person – 37 €/ 2 persons



The office is open Monday to Friday from 10-17 and is always helpful in regards to queries about the house or life as a resident in France in general.



The saloon is used as a communal living room, reading room, and TV room. It is also here that concerts and talks will take place throughout the course of the year. French and Danish newspapers, as well as a reference library, are available to the residents.


Kitchen & dinning room

The kitchen and the dining room on lower ground is the social heart of the huset. This is where the residents will meet around the clock for a bite of food and socialising.

The communal kitchen is fully equipped with a wide range of utensils, plates, cutlery, glasses and so on. Residents have their own cupboard for food as well as a designated space in the fridge.

The dining room also has a light and sound system for parties.


Each of the five floors has a small kitchenette and a communal fridge. Preparing food in the rooms is not allowed.

Terrasse & balconies

The large communal terrace, which is located in conjunction with the dining room, is a nice place for the social life of the house from early spring to late autumn. The residents will also have access to balconies with seating arrangements on all floors.

Music room

Music students and others who have a wish to practise can be given access to a newly refurbished and soundproof music room with a piano. A key for the room can be collected from the office. Distribution of rehearsal time slots is to be organised between the students.

Washing facilities

The house has washing machine and tumble dryer. The price of one wash is 3 EURO. Washing powder is to be bought seperately. Ironing board and an iron can be found with the washing facilities.

Copy & prints

It is possible to print and make copies in the house. A card for the copy machine can be bought in the office.


There is WiFi access throughout the house. Password will be given upon arrival.


Bikes can be stored in the designated and locked cycle parking area.


The Danish Student House strive to provide the best possible conditions for the students during their stay in Paris. However, it is very much up to the residents themselves to set the tone of the house.

As a resident you will be given space for privacy but you also have to take responsibility to help make life in the house run smoothly. You will be part of a strong community and there is a tradition for supporting each other, throwing great parties, and helping facilitate a pleasant atmosphere.