There are a lot of ways to find private housing in Ulm and Neu-Ulm. However, you should bear in mind that shortly before the semester starts, it will be more difficult to find a room. Therefore, you better start looking in good time.
Most rooms and flats are rented out unfurnished. There are many online services, but most landlords/flatmates want to meet you in person before renting out their flat/room. We also highly recommend looking at a room/flat first (and also talk to the landlord/prospective flatmates in person) before reaching a binding agreement.
Webpage of the Studierendenwerk Ulm:
The Studierendenwerk Ulm offers a list (only in German!) with other larger providers, mostly for student rooms.
Webpage from Ulm University:
- Online Bulletinboard Schwarzes Brett (only in German!)
Other Online Services (mostly in German!):
You can find bulletin boards (Schwarze Bretter) all over the universities in Ulm and Neu-Ulm. They display all kinds of advertisements, such as offers for rooms or search requests for flatmates.
Bulletin boards with housing offers:
- Ulm University, StuVe, M25, Room 224 (bulletin board)
- Ulm University of Applied Sciences, in the lobby of building B (bulletin board)
- University of Applied Sciences Neu-Ulm, Main building, 1st floor, blackboard opposite Club B
- Studierendenwerk Ulm, Manfred-Börner-Straße 5, Room C 157, 89081 Ulm
- Südwest Presse Ulm is a daily newspaper in Ulm. Housing advertisements are mainly published on Wednesdays and Saturdays.
To place an advertisement (subject to charge) please call: Tel. +49 (0)731/156602 or fill out the online form (Follow the subject: Immobilienmarkt, only in German)
- Ulmer Wochenblatt is a free weekly paper (branch of the Südwest Presse), distributed to private households every Wednesday. The housing advertisements listed there are often the same as in Wednesday's Südwest Presse.
- Schwäbische Zeitung is a daily newspaper in Ulm. Housing advertisements are mainly published on Wednesdays and Saturdays.
- Neu-Ulmer Zeitung is a daily newspaper in Neu-Ulm. Housing advertisements are mainly published on Wednesdays and Saturdays.