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PhD students/Special programmes

IHE Delft Institute for Water Education has reserved rooms and apartments for international guests and students.  

Rooms

IHE Delft has reserved rooms at the Papenstraat and the Mina Krusemanstraat. The rooms are fully furnished. Some rooms have their own kitchen, shower and toilet. Tenants in the other rooms share a kitchen, shower, toilet and other common areas with 1 or more other students. A bed linen set will be waiting for you when you arrive. You will need to purchase kitchen utensils yourself. On the inventory list you can see what furniture is available in your room.

What do I need to do to get a room?

Follow the steps below, but please read the Additional Conditions as well.

  1. Register for housing with your educational institution
  2. Once your educational institution has approved your housing request, you will receive an email with information on how and when to reserve a room on duwo.nl
  3. Log on to duwo.nl and reserve a room
  4. Upload the requested documents on duwo.nl
  5. Once your documents have been approved, you will receive an email to sign your contract online
  6. Click the link to sign your tenancy agreement and check if there's an initial payment open. If so, pay it online
  7. Follow the instructions on duwo.nl to sign your tenancy agreement online

First payment

You must make the first payment before signing the tenancy agreement. This payment consists of the rent for the first month (or the first month-and-a-half), and the reservation/handling fee. You pay this first bill via DUWO online.
DUWO must receive this first payment no later than 2 weeks after your documents have been approved.
Is OWI paying for you? Then you do not have to pay this first bill and you can sign your contract immediately via DUWO online.

Contract

Once you have digitally signed your contract, you will get an email with your tenancy agreement as a .pdf file. DUWO only hands over the keys after the contract has been signed. So please make sure your contract is signed before the starting date.

Arrival in the Netherlands

You can collect the keys at the DUWO office. Please bring valid proof of identity (passport or ID card) with you.
On the agreed date (the start date of your contract) your room is available from 1 pm onward. If you arrive earlier or outside office hours, you should arrange for a place to sleep yourself.
Does the start date of your tenancy agreement happen to be on the weekend or a public holiday? Then you can collect your key on the next workday after 1 pm.

 

Life after accommodate

Will you continue to study in the Netherlands at the end of your Accommodate period? Then make sure to prepare in time: read the information on what you should do and register with ROOM for a student room.

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