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Student accommodation in Frankfurt

Book student accommodation in Frankfurt with Student.com and enjoy modern, luxurious student apartments within walking distance of some of the city’s main attractions.

If you are seeking a room for rent, we offer cheap student accommodation in central locations near excellent transport links that allow for more convenient student living. The different student residences we list are verified, secured, and most of them are rented fully furnished too.

Reach out to us if you need further information about the student housing in Frankfurt we offer. You can contact us by phone, on our website’s live chat or on WhatsApp. Our helpful booking consultants are always happy to answer any of your questions and help you find the ideal student home just for you, so don’t hesitate to get in touch!

Get to know Frankfurt

Frankfurt am Main, usually known simply as Frankfurt, is a central German city on the banks of the river Main. With almost 800,000 inhabitants within the city limits and about 5.5 million in the metropolitan area, it is the most populous city in the German state of Hesse and fifth-most populous in Germany.

Home to the European Central Bank, Frankfurt is one of the largest financial and trading centres in Europe. Banks and the stock exchange are probably the first things that come to mind when you think of Frankfurt. In fact, the city has earned the nicknames “Bankfurt” and “Mainhattan.”

But that is not all the city has to offer. There is much more to Germany’s financial hub than businesses, trade fairs, and skyscrapers. Frankfurt is a city of great diversity. It is where tradition meets modernity, where you can bask in the aura of a time-honoured old town nestled in the heart of an international metropolis. 

Art and culture

Culture-lovers will find plenty of things to see in Frankfurt. One of the leading cultural hubs in Germany and Europe, Frankfurt’s vast cultural offerings on both sides of the River Main attract tourists from all over the world.

Home to history museums and art galleries galore, over the years Frankfurt has developed widespread renown as one of Germany’s leading locations for museums. Much of this reputation is due to the magnificent Museumsufer (Museum Embankment).

The unique landscape of museums lined up on both banks of the river Main is a wonder to behold. One of Germany’s preeminent art museums, the magnificent Städel, is at the heart of Frankfurt’s museum district. With centuries of art under one roof, it features masterpieces of European art from the early fourteenth century to the present. Feast your eyes on famous artistic masterpieces, ancient sculptures of bygone times, as well as modern artworks.

One of the most important art museums in Germany, Städel might be the pick of the bunch, but it is definitely not the only museum of note in the city. The German Film Museum, Museum of Architecture, and Schirn Kunsthalle art gallery are just three of the 60 or so art institutions in the city.

Student life in Frankfurt

A mid-sized city with a wide range of cultural attractions, Frankfurt has a solid reputation for a high quality of life. Whether you are exploring the city’s unique urban culture, visiting historic sites like the Römerberg or enjoying famous events like the Apfelweinfestival (Apple Wine Festival), there are plenty of exciting things to see and do in Frankfurt.

Festivals and events in Frankfurt

A traditional staple on the Frankfurt annual events calendar, the entertaining wine festival is just one of more than a hundred street festivals, markets, traditional folk fairs and other open-air events that take place in the city each year. Frankfurters love to party, so there’ll be plenty of opportunities to experience fun activities and events while you’re living in the city. 

Nightlife in Frankfurt

One great activity in Frankfurt is the nightlife. Whether you’re looking to enjoy fancy cocktails in a bar, or dance up a storm in a club playing techno, house, hip hop, or RnB music, Frankfurt is known for its vibrant nightlife.

You can round off a long day of studies with some local Apfelwein, beer, or cocktails with friends in one of Frankfurt’s many bars.

Frankfurt is a green city

With scenic spots like Grüneburgpark, Bethmannpark and the Palmengarten, you’ll be spoilt for choice when it is time for you to relax amidst some greenery. Frankfurt has a green heart with numerous inviting parks and green areas, so when classes and course work get a bit too tiring, it’s easy to head out into nature and let your mind rest.


From five-star restaurants to trendy eateries, gourmet kitchens, and international food fares, Frankfurt’s culinary offerings are truly diverse. The city boasts a myriad of delicious local and international cuisines. The weekly farmers’ markets will expose you to countless food specialities from the surrounding Hesse region. 

Where to study in Frankfurt?

Goethe University Frankfurt

Ranked as the 302nd best university in the world in the 2024 QS World University Rankings, Goethe University Frankfurt is a top international research university.

It is particularly well regarded for its work in medicine and physics, as well as its highly applicable contributions to economics and business administration.

Goethe University Frankfurt offers a wide range of academic programmes across four separate campuses, each with its own distinctive flavour.

The medical school and hospital are located on the banks of the river Main at Niederrad, close to many of Frankfurt’s main museums. With trendy teaching and leisure facilities in a park environment, the new Westend Campus is perhaps even more attractive.

Founded in 1914 with private funding, the university is named after the preeminent figure in German literature and Frankfurt’s most celebrated son, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe.

Frankfurt School of Finance & Management

One of the leading private business schools in Germany, Frankfurt School of Finance & Management, is one of ten business faculties in Germany to be awarded the AACSB International (Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business) seal of approval.

The university has a distinguished place in the small circle of German “Triple Crown” business schools. Only a select few of the best business schools in the world have the privilege of being accredited by the three most important accreditation organisations: AACSB, AMBA and EFMD/EQUIS.

The private, non-profit institution offers courses ranging from undergraduate to doctoral and executive level. With a practical and research-based orientation, Frankfurt School of Finance & Management is one of the most active German business schools when it comes to research. It was one of the 18 founding institutions of the Global Research Alliance for Sustainable Business and Development.

Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences (Fachhochschule Frankfurt am Main) 

The Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences offers over 30 practice-oriented study programs across four faculties. It offers a wide range of language courses for different language learning levels.

The university’s broad list of study programs is being continually extended to include a range of future-oriented subjects. The university’s application-oriented research gears education to the realities of professional life. It also has partnerships with 60 universities worldwide.

Frequently asked questions about student apartments in Frankfurt

How do I apply for student housing in Frankfurt on Student.com?

Applying for student housing in Frankfurt can be done with just a few clicks. You can use the filters and map on this page to find the property that best suits your needs. After selecting the student accommodation you want to book, click ‘View rooms’ to go to the property page.

On the property page you’ll need to choose the room type you’d like to book, and then click ‘Enquire’ or ‘Book Now’. You’ll be asked to leave your contact details and one of our booking consultants will soon be in touch with you to answer any questions you may have and to take you through the next steps in the booking process once you’re ready to make a booking.

What are the different types of student residences you list?

We list three different types of rooms for you to choose from:

Shared Rooms: In this room type you’ll share a bedroom with a roommate. All other living facilities are also shared.

Private Rooms: Here you get a private bedroom just for yourself. Depending on the exact room you choose, your bathroom may be private or shared. Other facilities are shared with your fellow students.

Entire Place: This is a fully self-contained studio apartment with totally private living facilities. You’ll have your own bedroom, bathroom and a kitchenette for cooking meals. The perfect option if you love your privacy!

Do you offer rooms for rent for international students and erasmus students as well?

Yes, absolutely! As long as you are a full-time student, you can book any accommodation listed on Student.com.

Are bills included in the rent?

Typically bills are included in your rent in our Frankfurt properties. Some properties might have different policies though, so make sure you check on the property page which bills are included.

Are the apartments fully furnished?

Most apartments we list in Frankfurt are rented fully furnished. Some properties are rented unfurnished though. If you’d like to book a furnished property, you can use the filter ‘Furnished available’ on this page to only see furnished properties listed.