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Student Accommodations near 
College of Fine Arts, Frankfurt am Main, Frankfurt

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Freiligrathstraße, Frankfurt am Main
2.1 mi from University
( 47m
13m
22m )
Internet
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2 Room Options
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From
€790/month
Freiligrathstraße, Frankfurt am Main
2.1 mi from University
( 47m
13m
22m )
WIfi
bills included
laundry facility
2 Room Options
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From
€790/month
Petterweilstraße, Frankfurt am Main
2.3 mi from University
( 51m
19m
51m )
fully furnished
bills included
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€820/month
Gref-Völsing-Straße, Frankfurt am Main
2.9 mi from University
( 1h 4m
20m
0m )
fully Furnished
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8 Room Options
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€738/month
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Schleiermacherstraße, Frankfurt am Main
2.6 mi from University
( 58m
21m
58m )
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€830/month
Ingolstädter Str., Frankfurt am Main
2.6 mi from University
( 58m
15m
27m )
Wi-Fi
bills included
laundry facility
3 Room Options
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From
€899/month
Ostparkstraße, Frankfurt am Main
2.5 mi from University
( 55m
15m
55m )
fully furnished
bills included
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€1231/month
Koselstraße, Frankfurt am Main
3.1 mi from University
( 1h 9m
20m
35m )
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€899/month
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Oeder Weg, Frankfurt am Main
3.2 mi from University
( 1h 13m
24m
37m )
Washing Machine
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4 Room Options
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From
€899/month
Alte G., Frankfurt am Main
3.3 mi from University
( 1h 16m
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25m )
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€899/month
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Can I share a room with a friend at my student accommodation near College of Fine Arts, Frankfurt?

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What should I look for when booking student accommodation near College of Fine Arts, Frankfurt?

The location of the student accommodation, its distance from the University, and your budget are the most critical factors for booking student accommodation near the University. You should also check the following before booking your accommodation:

  1. Desired number of roommates
  2. Type of Accommodation
  3. Ensuite/Non-ensuite
  4. Size of the room
  5. Amenities provided

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How much rent does one pay for student accommodation near College of Fine Arts, Frankfurt?

Several factors decide student accommodation rent, and location is one of the essential aspects. The accommodation price near this institution can range from a minimum of $784 month to a maximum of $849/month. You can expect to spend $784/week on a decent room. Besides the location, the rent also depends on the various amenities and facilities provided by the accommodation and the room's configuration.

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Can I get discounts while booking student accommodation in Frankfurt?

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Student Accomodations in College of Fine Arts, Frankfurt am Main, Frankfurt

Student Accommodation College of Fine Arts, Frankfurt

The College of Fine Arts, also known as Städelschule locally, is a famous university for arts and visual arts. It has a rich history shared with the nazi rule of Germany. There are two student accommodation in frankfurt which is a 20-minute drive away from the College of Fine Arts. The first one is Yugo Alvarium. This property is fully loaded with amenities and features which will help students be comfortable and enjoy frankfurt to the fullest. Yugo Alvarium is located close to the city centre and, being in one of the fastest cities in Germany, is also well-connected to public transport. The metro station is a quick walk of 5 minutes from this student accommodation in frankfurt. This accommodation in frankfurt for students is equipped with a private kitchen and a comfortable bed with ample space for you to store your things, making it a comfortable student accommodation. The Second student accommodation in frankfurt is Yugo Urbanum spacious student accommodation that has also been rated as one of the best student accommodation in frankfurt. This accommodation in frankfurt for students is a fully furnished apartment with a personal kitchen and ambient lighting. One of the best things about this student accommodation is that all the bills are included in the rent, and one does not have to worry about paying the bills later.

About the College of Fine Arts, Frankfurt

The College of Fine Arts, also called Städelschule, has a rich history and was founded in 1817 by the Städel Institute and started by an endowment by Johann Friedrich Städel, who was also the founder of the Städel Institute. He was a wealthy banker and a patron of arts. After he passed away, he left his art collection, his house and his art collection to start the Städel Institute of Art. This was done so that a scholarship could be set up for poor children to receive training in architecture and art. He specifically said and is also his famous words saying He wanted them to be "...educated to become valuable and useful citizens and artists" Stadel passed away in 1816, and the first scholarships were given out in 1817. The school has a very strict criteria for selection and selects only  20 students each year from 500 applicants. Many notable professors are pioneers in their respective fields and teach at Städelschule. Some of them are Willem de Rooij, Haegue Yang, Judith Hopf , Hassan Khan, and Tobias Rehberger. One of the most notable professors was  Max Beckmann, who taught during the Weimar Republic and was one of the most influential professors of modern art; later, during the rule of nazi germany was given the term degenerate artist as Hitler despised modern art, and Max Beckmann was removed from his position as a professor at Städelschule.

Best student accommodation near the College of Fine Arts, Frankfurt

Amber is providing two student accommodations in frankfurt. Yugo Urbanum is a spacious accommodation in frankfurt for students. It has many amenities for students to feel comfortable, one of them being high-speed wifi so that the student can focus on their studies. When they are unwinding, there is no interruption to their relaxation. The rooms are fully furnished and are equipped with cupboards, A TV, and ambient lighting to make your room look good. One of the best features of this student accommodation is that one needs to pay their rent and there are no other bills as all of it is included in the rent. Yugo Alvarium is a student accommodation in frankfurt which is also fully furnished with an array of facilities like providing a fully furnished room with a refrigerator, a TV, a microwave, multiple shelves to store your things and a private bathroom and kitchen so you can have your privacy and cook what you feel like eating for the day. The property has common areas where you can unwind with your fellow students and have a fun time. There are secure bike storage areas for you to keep your bikes, and this student accommodation in frankfurt provides ample car parking.

Cost of living

Frankfurt is surely an expensive city to live in. It is also the second most expensive city to live in in germany after Munich. We have created a small list for you to get an idea of how you should structure your finances for the week or the month. This list will help you understand how much money you will need for simple things like groceries and travel. However, this list will differ according to your personal preferences, and you may use this list according to your preferences.

Expenses:

1. Food and groceries: €50-100/ month

2. Travel: €10-100/ month

3. Phone plan: €35-50/ month

4. Utilities: €100-300/ month

5. Sports and Leisure: €10-45/ month

Student Travel near the College of Fine Arts, Frankfurt

  1. Germany is extremely famous for its quick and public transport, and it is recommended to get public transport than choosing private transportation.
  2. Frankfurt (Main) Baseler Platz is the closest bus station to the College of Fine Arts which is just a 4-minute walk. The ticket is priced at €3.00 for one-way fares.
  3. Frankfurt (Main) Otto-Hahn-Platz is the closest light rail station to the College of Fine Arts, just a 4-minute walk. The ticket is also priced at €3.00 for one-way fares.
  4. One can always buy a monthly pass at the light rail station, which applies to trams, light rails and busses. It costs the user €49 and is a smarter alternative to get
  5. German public transport runs on a principle called ‘trust but verify’. There won't be people to check your tickets, but there can definitely be officials who will come and check your ticket, and if you do not have one, you can get finned €60.

Student Life at the College of Fine Arts, Frankfurt

The students at the College of fine arts indulge themselves in multiple activities like painting, making films, and many more. The curriculum is designed so that students can explore their artistic side, bring out the best in them, and explore new ways of making art. Students also get the experience of working with popular artists who are also professors at the college and gain valuable experience from them. As a fine arts student, one will also get opportunities to participate in exhibitions and shows both on and off campus.

Tourist Attractions near the College of Fine Arts, Frankfurt

Frankfurt is a prime destination for students to come and study in germany. There are multiple tourist attractions near the College of Fine Arts, Frankfurt some of them are:-

  1. Städel Art Museum
  2. Icon Museum
  3. Palm Garden
  4. The Roman Catholic Frankfurt Cathedral
  5. Frankfurt Zoo
  6. Römerberg
  7. German Film Museum
  8. Iron Footbridge

Courses at the College of Fine Arts, Frankfurt

There are multiple courses offered at the College of Fine Arts, Frankfurt, for arts, film and fine arts they offer multiple courses in these fields, but the popular courses are:-

  1. Painting
  2. Sculpture
  3. Printmaking
  4. Photography
  5. Art History
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