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Jerin Abraham

Jun 22, 2022, 4:44 AM

Excellent service and a great place to know about your accommodation in UK.I'm so happy to share my wonderful experience with University Living. I'm really grateful to my personal counsellor MRS. PURVIKA who helped me out in all the ways possible.I strongly recommend them rather than choosing to book directly as the agency stands as a middleman for all our enquiries and procedures anytime.


Anusha Bharathan

Jun 22, 2022, 8:28 PM

I had an amazing experience with University living. Anjali was assigned to help me out with my student accommodation and she did a great job. To make it a smooth ride, a group was made on whatsapp and all the details were shared there. I had a lot of doubts as it is my first time going to the UK. Anjali was very very patient with me and I am very grateful for that. I haven’t seen anybody be so very patient with a customer and she had helped me finalise a place that is so damn beauty and is within my budget. I would totally recommend University Living to anybody looking for student accommodation.


Yatan Bathwal

Jun 22, 2022, 7:15 PM

University Living made one of the most crucial and time taking task so easy and simple. Really appreciate how they work and keep their customer’s priorities on top. A special thanks to my counsellor Miss Purvika, she was so approachable and friendly it made it even better. Thanks a lot University Living team, really appreciate your work.


Praveen Nair

Jun 22, 2022, 11:10 PM

helped me to find the best accomodation with easy process


Naman Bansal

Jun 21, 2022, 7:47 PM

Purvika from University Living helped me throughout the process. She went out of her to assist me in the problems, I was facing. She was extremely approachable and always happy to help.Could not have had a better experience :)


saif sururi

Jun 21, 2022, 4:56 PM

Hash was of great help to me while finding accommodation in a very in demand setting.

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Explore Student Accommodation as an Overseas Student

Accommodation is one of the most important things that come to your mind when you consider studying in any foreign country. For international students, there is an option to stay in the university-owned student hostel. Most universities offer student hall for international students, but they are limited in numbers and in order to get these halls you must send your application at the earliest.

Moving away from home to study abroad is a big change for anyone be it domestic or international students. One way to minimize the impact of this transition is to find a place which feels like a home away from home.

So, as soon as you get your acceptance letter and you accept that offer, start exploring the study abroad apartments. This will give you plenty of time to weigh all the choices available to you, and you can pick the one that is best suited for your needs – both in terms of budget and convenience.

International Students Accommodation in the UK

England, Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland make up the United Kingdom. It is a magnificent country and home to some of the top institutions in the world, including Oxford , Cambridge , London School of Economics ,University College London University of Nottingham , King’s College London ,and others. In other news, the UK is also one of the most vibrant and liveable places in the world. The following are the many types of accommodations accessible to international students:

1. Halls of residence

These are university-owned, operated, and maintained residence halls. If you're a first-year international student, you'll almost certainly be assigned to a hall of residence. You won't have to worry about any hidden fees because all utility costs, including internet, are included in your rent.

2. Private halls of residence

Private halls of residence are comparable to university halls. In this, they include rent and have shared common areas. However, private halls are slightly more expensive. This additional fee is due to the modern amenities they provide, such as bike storage, a gym, a gaming area, and more. In many places around the UK, there is plenty of purpose-built student accommodation (PBSA). Off-campus housing options include student studios, apartments, student en-suite and shared rooms, and flats, depending on one’s budget and other requirements.

3. Private accommodations

Once a student's first year of study is completed, renting a private student room is a common option. Renting privately gives you complete independence, but you must remember that you will be responsible for all payments and the property's cleanliness.

University Living is a website that offers student accommodation in places including London , Glasgow , Manchester , Edinburgh , Leeds , Bristol , Sheffield and Cardiff . The rentals are quite affordable and can be paid in easy installments.

International Students Accommodation in Australia

Australia is one of the 7 continents involving the major land of the Australian continent, several other smaller islands, and Tasmania island. The country contains diverse wildlife, landscapes, dazzling beaches, cosmopolitan metropolises, and large expanses of outback. It acts like a magnet to some of the most famous universities of the world such as University of Melbourne , the University of Sydney , Monash University , The University of Queensland , RMIT , and more.

The residence alternatives which are accessible to overseas students in Australia are as follows:

1. Homestays

A homestay might be a nice option for students who are coming first time in Australia, as you will get all the comforts of residing with a regional family in their property. Homestay activities are quite popular between International students who are registered in short-term courses because this provides them the chance to stay with an Australian family at an economical cost.

2. On-Campus Accommodation

Mostly Australian student lives in off-campus private accommodations while some Australian universities also provide accommodations for their students in campus halls, rooms, or residential colleges. The rents and housing options at colleges vary from universities to universities, for full details you should contact the universities.

3. Private Accommodation

Living in a private accommodation can be very engaging and comfortable, Mainly as an international student in a new country. These types of housing are quite admired in European countries and are steadily becoming popular here in Australia as well. The important part of living in these types of housing is that you can choose from a wide range of room types like apartments, studious, shared or en-suite rooms.
University Living offers student accommodation to both domestic and overseas students in various cities of Australia like Sydney , Canberra , Perth , Melbourne , Adelaide , and many more. The accommodations are fairly good both in terms of affordability and comfort. The rents are also budget-friendly and can be paid through easy installments.

4. Guest House Accommodation and Hostels

Some overseas students may prefer to stay in guest houses or hotels because they are more affordable than university halls or homestay housing. The washroom & kitchen are common and shared between the residents. They are amazing if you want to enhance your social life as they have a good chance for interaction among other international students.

International Students Accommodation in the USA

The United States of America (USA), commonly referred to as the United States or America is an incredibly diverse nation with people from all over the world immigrating here. It is the third most populous country in the world with its capital as Washington, D.C.

The student residence options which are available to international students in the United States are the ones given below:

1. Campus Dormitories

Some American universities provide accommodations for international students on-campus or close to the school's classrooms. Once you’re enrolled in a particular university, the Admissions Department or International Student Office will most likely send you a "pre-departure orientation" packet which also has options for where to live. Dormitories can be a mixed or gender-specific student dorm where residents typically share large bathrooms.

2. Private Student Apartment

Private accommodations are considered the best option by international students as it gives them a chance to explore the American cities and their lifestyle closely without any deadlines. It is also a less expensive option in comparison to on-campus accommodation as the charges are comparatively lesser than those charged by universities for dormitories and halls of residence.

These off-campus private housing usually comes with plenty of onsite amenities so that you have a comfortable and hassle-free stay. You can enjoy sports like volleyball and basketball in their outdoor courts. There are resort-style swimming pools, computer labs with printing facilities, spacious outdoor areas, parking facilities for your vehicles, communal areas, study spaces, and more.

University Living provides student accommodation in various cities of USA such as New York , Washington , Oxford(USA) , Boston , Houston , Philadelphia , Tucson , Columbia , Eugene and Austin . All of these housing & apartments are off campus and located mostly within walking distance from major colleges.

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