On Campus

If you wish to book an accommodation on the university campus, you have to tick the appropriate box in the application form. We will then consider your request. Given that the number of available housing on campus  is limited, applications will be treated in order of arrival. If we are not able to offer you a room, we advise you to search a room on HousingAnywhere.com (see below).

All single rooms come with a sink, but occupants have to share kitchen and bathroom facilities with 4 other students (international house) and 4-8 students for the kot-à-projets. All rooms costs 310 Euros per months (all charges included) and require one month worth of deposit for the reservation (which is reimboursed at the end of an occupant's stay).

International House

Another housing option is the international house which consists of 22 individual rooms, distributed over four floors. Every floor has its own kitchen, to be shared by 5 or so students and common area. In addition there is a big common space on the ground floor that can be used by all students in the building. The building is managed by the ErasmusKot, who will use the common area for the social activities it organizes.
Here are some pictures of the International House:


The student rooms on the campus are normally located in a so-called kot-à-projet (KAP), a shared living arrangement in a house or a part of a residence where 6-18 students (who each have an individual bedroom) not only share common facilities (bathrooms and kitchens) but also dedicate a part of their spare time to a common (cultural, social, humanitarian, environmental, ...) project. Such a project may involve the organization of activities for other students as well as nearby residents and their children. The monthly rent for a room in a KAP is about 300 Euros including utilities.

For 2021/22, UNamur offers the following kot-à-projet (KAP). Please note that there is an age limit of 26 for inhabitants of these kot-à-projet because students living in them are almost exclusively under-graduate.

Co-Kot is a kot-a-projet aimed at highlighting a healthy, accessible and responsible eating. It also aims at promoting Namur associations involved in the thematic of eating well. Through its activities Co-Kot wants to bring on the campus values of sharing and solidarity within the students. It proposes some tips that can help the students to eat healthy at an affordable price.

E-Kot is a kot-a-projet aimed at helping the students in computing. It assists the students in their computer configuration, software installation or connection to the network of student accommodation. E-Kot organizes weekly support in order to help the students to solve computing issues. It also offers activities on the campus about computing and online gaming.

Ekotez7histoire (« Ekotez cette Histoire) is a kot-à-projet that aims to introduce history, art history and literature to the uninitiated in a fun way and in a pleasant atmosphere. Throughout the year it offers activities on the campus such as medieval banquets, talks or guided tours for the students. Ekotez7histoire’s goal is to transmit, share and popularize to the greatest number of student historical, literary, artistic and language knowledge. 

ImproNam is a kot-à-projet dedicated to amateur theatrical improvisation. It offers free coaching sessions for all the students throughout the year and improvisation matches in front of a large audience. ImproNam has three goals: discovery of theatrical improvisation for all, personal development of the students and meeting between students from Namur of other universities.  

KapForScience is a kot-à-projet for the promotion of science. It aims at popularizing science in a fun and pleasant way in order to increase scientific knowledge of the initiated and uninitiated students. KapKorScience offers various activities on the campus such as creation of a beer, talks, evening experience, etc. It raises awareness of the students about thematic areas and tends to demystify science.

Kap Nord
Kap Nord is a kot-à-projet with a social purpose at the University of Namur aimed at helping the less fortunate people. It focuses on two main projects: a partnership with the non-profit organization “Grate” on the inclusion of disabled people and soup and clothes distribution to homeless people. Kap Nord is composed of a dozen students motivated to help, meet people and have an impact. 

Kotéjeux is a kot-à-projet offering a large number of activities and board games for students of the University of Namur. It includes a game library (“ludothèque”) where students can daily rent games. Kotéjeux also offers many activities throughout the year on the campus such as board games tournaments, role-playing games, chess tournaments, card tournaments, the annual “killer”.

Kotésport is a kot-à-projet for the promotion of sport on the campus of the University of Namur. It organizes every week a jogging session and a collective sport session at the University Sports Centre. Kotésport also offers many activities throughout the year on the campus such as tournaments, sporting excursions or the traditional “4 hours cuistax” during the University Festival. This kot-à-projet also provides materials for the students who want to play sports.

Migrakot is a kot-a-projet that focuses on the situation of asylum-seekers in Namur. Through its activities it seeks to help these people. Migrakot collaborates with the Red Cross centre in Belgrade (near Namur). Migrakot also aimed at raising awareness of the students about the many issues that migrants and asylum-seekers might encounter.

Nom de la Rose
Le nom de la Rose is a kot-à-projet aimed at introducing Belgian culture, in particular through its specialty beers. It includes a bar and a cultural space for the students of the University of Namur. Many activities take place every week at the Nom de la Rose such as conversation tables, chess tournaments, workshops, jams, tasting, projections, etc.

Recy’Kot is a kot-a-projet for the promotion of sustainable development and that aims in reducing waste production and consumption. Through its activities, Recy’Kot wants get involved in the reduction of daily waste in the campus. It seeks to raise awareness and involve the students in zero waste initiatives. Their activities focus on the recycling of clothing, food and computer equipment.

StudioKot is a kot-à-projet gathering several students that share a passion in everything audiovisual. It aims at taking pictures and developing a series of videos about social student activities on the campus throughout the year. Moreover, it offers many activities related to audiovisual to students. StudioKot’s actions follow a double purpose: entertaining and promotion of student life on the campus through photos and videos and information sessions and training on audiovisual skills for all the students.



The University of Namur is a partner of HousingAnywhere.com, the international student-to-student housing platform. Students who are coming from abroad to Namur can find & book a student room on www.HousingAnywhere.com. The rooms on this platform are offered by our students that go abroad for a study abroad semester, exchange,or internship. Using the platform itself is completely free for you as a student; when you make a concrete booking an administrative fee will be charged as a part of Housing Anywhere’s secure booking system.