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OurDomain is the main student accommodation partner for ONCAMPUS Amsterdam. The newly-built, self-contained studio apartments are close to both our campuses.

15 mins

University of Amsterdam by metro

7 mins

AUAS by bike

The housing campus has all the facilities you will need as a student. There’s a laundry, a grocery store, a gym, a pizzeria, and plenty of common areas for studying and meeting friends, gardens, bike storage, a doctor’s office, and much more. 

ONCAMPUS Amsterdam Accommodation Guide

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Studios range in size from 26 to 39 square metres, and feature an ensuite bathroom with shower, washing basin and toilet. The private kitchen is equipped with a ceramic cooktop, exhaust fan and fridge. Included is a comfortable bed (140x200cm), double wardrobe, cupboards with shelving, couch, table for dining / studying and 2 chairs, ceiling lights, curtains and carpeting. All studios include high-speed internet connection, electronic door lock and a private intercom. Each building also comes with 24 hour reception and security. 

Living area
Modern design
Private Kitchen
En-suite Bathroom


Rent varies from €873-€1117 per month, depending on room size:

  • €873-891 – Standard suites, 23.5-24.1 sq metres
  • €960-1012 – Standard suites 27.9-30.2 sq. metres
  • €1117 – Executive Suite*, 33.8 sq. metres   

Booking private accommodation will incur a one-time €250 ONCAMPUS Amsterdam administrative fee. OurDomain will also charge a €100 booking fee.  

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*can be shared between two people, but at an additional cost of €93 per month. Please note that in the Executive suites there is only one large, double bed; they do not provide separate beds for room sharers. If you would like to share an Executive suite, please contact our office, and let us know the name of the person you would like to share with.  Due to the nature of the room, we can only arrange paring requests from students who know each other prior to arrival at the centre.

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