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Carl-Ludwig-Haus • Geschwister-Scholl-Straße 1 • 35039 Marburg
"Carl-Ludwig-Haus" is part of the Student Village and was built in 1964. An Olympic Village is a temporary home for participants in the Olympic Games. The Student Village is situated at the foot of the mountain Kornberg, between the quarters Ortenberg and Waldtal. It offers students more than just accommodation: there are seven student residences in which students can study, live, have fun and communicate in many languages. Both new and more advanced students feel comfortable there. Students from all over Germany meet fellow students from different continents.
The Houses in the Students Village with classical single rooms offer fully furnished rooms, including a washing basin, communal showers, bathrooms, and a communal kitchen. The tutors rooms were built for singles, yet there is space for two students. The advantage of these rooms is that students have to share their cooking space with one person only, and they have their own bathroom, though they must make use of communal toilets. The disadvantage is that one of the rooms is a walk-through room.
In May 2014, a new meeting centre, the Max Kade Centre, was opened in the Student Village. This new building provides a new space for an exchange between young people from different nations. Moreover, a four-storey residential building with 49 accommodations was built next to the actual meeting centre in which students can meet, have parties and make music. The Max Kade Foundation, which promotes international communication particularly between young people, supports the realisation of this project.
Duration of housing
Maximum duration of rental period: eight semesters.
Communal kitchens, communal sanitary facilities
Shopping and infrastructure (supermarket, post office, bank, etc.)
Cafeteria I Stadtmitte: three kilometres
Cafeteria II Lahnberge: three kilometres
Early application is recommended.
The rent is made up of a basic rent and ancillary costs.
Ancillary costs include the following services available to tenants:
- Provision of bed linen including laundry
- Cleaning of all communal areas, window cleaning
- Electricity, water, heating, refuse collection
- Toilet paper
- Maintenance of outdoor premises
- Communal kitchens
Size: 11 square metres
190 EUR / month
Standard application procedure
Only students of the Philipps Universität Marburg are illegible to live in a student residence. You have to prove your status as a student on moving in.
You can apply any time. You must, however, be able to prove your status as an enrolled student at the Philipps Universität Marburg on moving in. Exception: those applying for a "Service package for foreign students" must adhere to special deadlines.
To apply for a housing residence you first have to fill out the online application form and save this. Applications made by persons with disabilities can send medical certificates via post or email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Within the application for Erasmus students you'll find a registration form for reserving a student room in one of Studentenwerk Marburg's student halls. For further information on the application procedure click here.
Exchange students (partner university or cooperation country)
The International Office can guarantee a single room in a hall of residence for the duration of your stay.
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