Compensating the right of residence
When is the right of residence compensated?
The right of residence may be compensated in the following situations:
You have registered for non-attendance
You have been on maternity, paternity or parental leave
You have been completing your military service. During the military service, you have not rented an apartment from AYY or you have subleased your apartment to an AYY member for the duration of your absence.
You have been on a student exchange or completing a study-related internship or JOO studies outside the capital region. During your absence, you have not rented an apartment from AYY or you have subleased your apartment to an AYY member for the duration of your absence.
Applying for compensation
AYY does not actively monitor the attendance records of students, so to have your right of residence compensated for an absent period, you must notify Housing Services separately. If you have been on exchange or completing a study-related internship or JOO studies elsewhere, you must deliver some form of evidence to the Housing Services that states the duration of the exchange, internship or studies in months ( starting and ending date)
You can apply compensation with this form!