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Universities have a housing office or officer managing university accommodation, and can also provide information on renting student apartments, which are generally cheaper than the cost of accommodation on the private market.
Most universities in Italy do not have halls of residence.
Renting an apartment in cities and large towns will be more expensive and can range from 300 euros to 1000 euros a month, depending on the size and the area where you choose to stay.
Student accommodation will give you the option to rent a room rather than the whole apartment.
If you wish to make your own arrangements, housing for rent appears in local newspapers or you can go to a real estate agency.
These can be very helpful but they will charge a fee for finding the accommodation.
The minimum rent period is usually one year but furnished rooms in university towns are available for shorter periods.