Housing options for interns.
As a participant on an agri LIDA internship program, you are guaranteed time limited tenancy in a shared house.
Sharing is caring, not only for your social life but also for your finances.
Single room rent in shared house
Rent: €220 – €335 per month.
- No deposit or prepaid rent.
- 1 fully equipped with everything you need, kitchenware, bedding and leisure facilities.
- The rent has to be paid in advance, at the beginning of each month.
A house with shared spaces
- It is the internship host who offers accommodation either on site or nearby where you share the living space with other workers/interns. Not all accommodation have same price and have various standards, but generally rooms in rural areas are good and relatively cheap and has all you need
- Share house provide basic fully – furnished with single private locked bedroom. Every house has all the necessities, including lockable bedrooms, cooking utensils and of course WiFi.
- Although some houses are situated close to farms, others are further away, with a maximum travel time to and from farms of approximately 30 minutes from all locations.
- Private room in shared house possesses unique characteristics, such as size, location, and rental agreements.
- Blankets, pillows, sheets and towels are typically supplied, but we recommend that you purchase a set of your own sheets (standard flat double size)
- Pets are not permitted in the shared house.
Advantages of shared accommodation
In shared accommodation, you can enjoy a more sociable atmosphere, which can make it easier to form strong friendships. You will also find that this option is usually more affordable, and that you can enjoy more living space – although you will have to share it.
Utilities are included in your rent. (electricity, water and heating).
No private bathroom
You will not find rooms with private bathroom in shared houses.
You will find a washing machine and dryer in all houses. The use is included in your rent.
You have to cook yourself and you have to clean both your own room and take part in cleaning of common areas together with your fellow students.
All houses accommodate both males and females and bathrooms are shared.
Accommodation for one person
Only one person is allowed in a single room.
Respect your housemates`s privacy
Being respectful goes a long way towards preventing conflicts. Never go into a housemate’s room when they’re not there and always knock if the door is shut.
Cleaning – Keep the property tidy.
Tenant(s) are required to keep and maintain their unit in high standards during their stay.
Tenant(s) is responsible for cleaning all areas of the premises, including but not limited to, living room, dining room, kitchen, hallways, laundry room, bedrooms,
Good to know
Water in Denmark has some of the cleanest water in the world, so it is safe to drink it straight from the cold-water tap.
Radiators in Denmark have a thermostat. This means that you can control the temperature in your room yourself. However, you should turn off the heat when you air out your room, as the radiator will heat more trying to keep the same temperature in the room and thus waste energy and money. Switch it on again when you close the windows.
Lock your doors and windows
Denmark are generally nice and safe places to live. However, it is important that you remember to lock the doors and windows when you are not home as well as when for instance you prepare food and socialise in the common kitchen.
It is your responsibility to insure yourself and your belongings while you stay in Denmark.
A Contents insurance cover your belongings in case of theft, water damage, fire, etc. This insurance should also cover you if you by accident damage other people or property, including the furnishings of your room, for which you are responsible during your stay.
Time Limited Tenancy Rental Contracts
The limited tenancy rental contract defines rights and obligations of the tenant and the landlord, including the amount of rent you must pay and the conditions for moving-in and moving-out.
It is a common practice that landlords in Denmark use the authorized version of a standard rental contract in Danish. The English version of the rental contract is not authorized but can be used as a translation of the authorized Danish contract.
All apartments pictured are real rooms. Nevertheless not all rooms are pictured and you may be housed in a different room (of equal standard) to those shown below.
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