Borrow furniture

Borrow furniture

Fee-paying students and exchange students that are renting an unfurnished apartment from Bostäder i Borås can borrow furniture from the International Office. It is necessary that your name is on the contract on the day of the move in of the furniture and we will only move in furniture on fixed dates. If you wish to borrow/return furniture mid-semester you will have to arrange this by yourself.  The furniture includes a simple set of: single bed (only 1 per student), chair, table/desk, lamps, and a small bookcase. No sheets, pillows, duvets or kitchen utensils are included in our furniture sets. In order to borrow furniture, please fill out the form below.

Two students living together can order an extra set of furniture by emailing 


Register for a delivery of furniture:

Delivery of furniture on 2 August - register at the latest 19 July
Delivery of furniture 15 August - register at the latest 1 August
Delivery of furniture on 1 September - register at the latest 18 August

Register for a pick-up of furniture:

Pick-up of furniture on 31 May - register at the latest 17 May
Pick-up of furniture 15 June - register at the latest 1 June
Pick-up of furniture 30 June - register at the latest 16 June

Request for Consent

We need your consent to process your personal data in the registration form. The information will be processed by international coordinators at the univer­s­ity, in order to plan and administer the event, and to communicate with you regarding the furniture borrowed. The information will be stored within the EU/EEA, and erased after the event.

The University of Borås is the controller of the processing, and the legal basis for the processing is article 6.1 (a) GDPR (consent). It’s completely voluntary to consent. If you consent, you may withdraw the consent at any time. By submitting this form you consent that the University of Borås may collect and process your personal data as described above.

Read more about how the University of Borås processes your personal data and your rights at the university’s website,