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Housing
If you wish to reside in Germany, you will need accommodation. GASP is more than happy to assist you in finding suitable housing.
Please note that for relatively well-priced housing in Germany, you will need to pay a deposit of 1-3 months rent. Rent, depending on the area and the furnishings in the apartment, is around 250-450. This does not include the costs for power, water and heating.

Here is some information about housing in Germany:

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PLEASE NOTE:
GASP University Placement offers affordable housing for their clients for the first weeks of being in Germany. You can either rent a furnished apartment for one or more months while you do your GASP Language Institute language courses. Use your free time to look for the kind of apartment you would like. The number of rooms on offer is limited!

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