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Rönnen International

Rönnen International is owned and managed by MKB Fastighets AB. The building has 9 floors in total, but only the top 5 are available for student accommodation.

Rooms

Every floor has 27-29 large, fully furnished rooms with private bathrooms. Most rooms are single rooms, but there are also 9 double rooms. Room size varies between 17sqm and 25sqm (single rooms) and  29sqm - 36sqm (double rooms). Rooms on floors 7, 8 and 9 are more recently renovated, hence a higher rent.

Note that curtains are not installed in the rooms and that these must be bought by the students. A storage room for bikes is available next to Rönnen Interntaional.  

Rönnen international bedroom Rönnen international bathroom

Common area

Each floor has a laundry room and a large fully-equipped kitchen (including dishwasher, stoves, microwaves, fridges, freezers, and all necessary kitchen utensils). Floors 5 and 6 have a separate lounge area. Floors 7, 8 and 9 have a big kitchen with lounge area.

Rönnen kitchen floor 7-9 Rönnen Kitchen floor 5-6

Community ammenities

  • The cost of electricity, heating and TV is included in the rent.
  • The cost of internet is included in the rent. There is no WiFi in the building, and thus tenants must bring a network cable to connect their computers.

Location

Rönnen International is located next to Rönnen Student and Celsiusgården. It is also close to the Värnhem square and shopping centre Entré. A large supermarket called "Willy's" is just 100m down the street. 

Public transportation from Interntaional Rönnen to the University and City Centre is easily accessible. Bus number 3 stops 100m down the street; bus numbers 4, 6, 31, 33, 34 and 84 depart from Värnhem square and stop at several locations throughout the city. City buses usually run every 5-10 minutes on weekdays. Biking to the university takes between 10 and 15 minutes.

More information on how to travel in Malmö.  

Student-made videos about life in Rönnen International 

Last updated by Klara Nordström