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Amsterdam housing shortage blocks international students

  

University sends desperate plea over fears that students could end up homeless

The University of Amsterdam has urged international students not to come to Amsterdam to start the autumn term unless they have secured proper housing by 15 August.

As the city’s housing market is extremely challenging, incoming students could be forced to stay in expensive hotels for a long time or could even become homeless, the university warned. Those who have not secured housing yet are advised to change their plans to study in Amsterdam and consider other universities.

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