When you live in the John-Mott-Haus, you get much more than just your own room...
4 floors, 16 nations, 67 rooms: this is the student accommodation for young men in the middle of Munich. Having different cultures and nationalities living side-by-side widens one’s horizons: you could find yourself chatting about almost anything here - about faith and society for example. Problems are solved together and new friendships are established.
Living in community is a challenge, so we want to promote and practise a friendly and respectful way of life in the John-Mott-Haus.
The John-Mott-Haus is owned and maintained by the Young Men’s Christian Association of Munich. We want to promote intercultural exchange and offer students a place where they can feel at home.
Recreational space, clean facilities, sport
Kitchens, showers and WCs are at the students’ disposal on each floor, and are shared communally by the floor’s inhabitants.
There are also two balconies and a living room with a dining table on every floor.
In the cellar the House has two washing machines as well as a tumble drier.
The newly-equipped sports hall can also be used at certain times.
The large and tranquil garden is also at the students’ disposal.
The Children’s and Youth work of the YMCA takes place just next to the student accommodation, and the Youth Centre at Theo-Prosel-Weg 16 can also be found here.
Good neighbourhood spirit
We nurture a good community feeling with our neighbours, so respectful behaviour in the House and the area around it is important.
The YMCA’s sports hall can be used on agreement with the proprietors.
Each floor has a communal kitchen, bathroom, and living room. Here you can spend time chatting and exchanging ideas and opinions about culture, society, and leisure.
The John-Mott-Haus is situated in an ideal location for students at the Fachhochschule für angewandte Wissenschaften München (University of Applied Sciences) or the Ludwig-Maximilian University.
Tel: 089 121567-40