By Leonie Fischer and Amanda Frisk,
Dirty dishes and crowded refrigerators. Dina Kinnberg Hein shares the dorm kitchen with 14 other students. She would prefer to live alone and closer to the city center of Aarhus.
“When you make student apartments make them at an affordable price,” she states. In Dina’s experience, the student loan, her income and savings are not even enough to pay most of the deposits of apartments in Aarhus.
The house project near the water tower is one of many accommodations who are under construction right now. The three-room apartments will cost as much as two dorm rooms. Also, being closer to the city center, it might be the ideal compromise for Dina, who is only one of 50,000 students in Aarhus that needs a roof over their head.